I have over 500 games mate.
Can this be redeemed on Steam?
You might have graphic cards already selected in your list.
To no surprise, I doubt someone who paid to have you build his PC would overclock it themselves. What a shame..
2.a) check. b) check. How will this help? Curious. c) I'll get back to you on this. d) How can I bench my SSD? Any software or method on doing this? e) I'll do this after this post. f) ofcourse.
Note that this drawing is practically impossible for me to work in 3D. Moving it at all is extremely slow.
Bundle your sticks, you save money and get better performance (2x dual channel probs) that way.
"...and has quad channel memory." ... no comment.
'Future proof' ultra settings is something everyone wishes for but isn't realistic. If you're into 1080p monitors, perhaps two, you'll be good for a year or two, maybe.
The day you buy something it almost instantly becomes outdated.
Innovative to say the least.
I'd take the 220 offer from Craigslist.
Bitfenix alchemy green LED if I'm not mistaken. You can get them from NCIX.
are you from the US?
different sticks ... not the same size. They won't be in dual channel.
different sticks, in this case it doesn't matter what he chooses
I meant, is that what you have to offer? Which FF, which code..?
Final Fantasy 7, steam?
could use 'em for an other build if ever you come across other cheap stuff
hurts your wallet for no benefit
780 is good enough
I think you mistaken Crucial for Corsair.
BenQ XL2420TE 24.0"
Yes your 7990 will fit. You have 2x (1x PCI Express x16 slot) .. 1 PCIEX16 and 1 PCIEX4. The 780 / 780ti is an upgrade, not a downgrade.
You'll need an adapter (Laptop IDE Hard Drive Adapter) for your desktop to read it. The hard drives are different and are called Notebook hard drives or Laptop hard drives.
I assume you're running ultra in games? any discolouring, etc?
Both, reviews show perhaps 10% increase in performance on the Ti. Does that justify the price difference when they're available - I'll leave that up to you. If you're still unsure, check some benchmarks on current gen games with a 1440p monitor. There should be a few out, Linus most definitely did a youtube video.
SLI-780/Ti can easily handle a single 1440p monitor displaying any current gen games easily on ultra.
Your best option right now is the 1080p 144hz from BenQ. It's a wow right now until gsync comes out.
Please read the fine line "up to 120hz" ... It's a 1440p IPS monitor with a clock refresh rate of 60hz. You have this in every other 1440p monitor. If we go further into detail under tech specs specs: Refresh rate: 60Hz (up to 120Hz - please read the Overclock Overview) .. so if we go there:
" First, we need to start from the beginning (always a good place to start) and ensure everyone understands that currently there is not a 27 inch 1440 IPS panel designed to run at a 120hz refresh rate. All current 1440 IPS panels are rated and warrantied from their respective manufacturers at a 60hz refresh rate. However, many, if not all, 1440 IPS panels can be "overclocked." That is to say have their internal refresh rates bumped up from the base rate of 60hz to some higher number. How much a particular IPS panel can be overclocked comes down to the panel's printed circuit board (PCB) design. By and large, most IPS panels can only be overclocked to 65-67hz before showing colored lines, going all black, or exhibiting some other strange picture."
There's no compatibility issue but 6000$ build ...?
it is* enough ^
Let me know what kind of temperatures you have if you go crossfire 280s.
Laptops? Thing of the past. Computers in a plastic bin is the new 2013. How? Well, unplug and literally shove it all in and go - waterproof. so amaze.
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To a 4-core fx like the 4100 and a radeon 7770 is just one of many other choices. I'd rather keep your 7870 and 6300 though - better performance/$
Western Digital Black 1TB HDD and you're good to go. To save more would mean to downgrade your graphic card and cpu.
Watch bigzy's linked video - it'll help you more than I can.
Only check your graphic card and cpu... the rest is kind of pointless to update unless you have spare time. For example, if your cpu is Intel, go to Intel;s official website and find your cpu's model... like the 4770k for example. It'll then show you which driver is the newest and voilà, download / install.
depends on which company ...
Your graphic card and other components always comes with an install disk. The only one you really need is your graphic card's driver. Is that all you need?
Your budget is 2,900 max yet you're build at the moment is ~6000? What's your budget and what will you be using this for? 4-way SLI Titan is the biggest way of money right now. 2-way SLI GTX 780Ti will suffice.
Any complaints on the monitor?
Video is a start
I found my new footstool.
Initial release date ... 2006 ... ATI FireGL V7300 was an extremely powerful card back in the day. It's a workstation card that does well with 3D work and rendering. Not to mention for it's time, that's impressive.
It's still viable to this day as a workstation card and that's why the price tag stayed. Although I expect it to go discontinued everywhere once they run out of stock because there's better options out there now - at that price.
If you're willing to wait a year, give or take, then sure why not... Although keep in mind, there's advancements every month. Settle with what's out the moment you're ready to buy.
Extreme overclocking potential but for gaming and video editing it is not necessary.
It's 150$ cheaper than the ti and not a jet plane though.
Why not the 780?