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  1. Link: OCC NVIDIA Reveals Next Generation RTX 30 Series GPUs Coverage I've personally been very excited for the new RTX gaming cards from NVIDIA based on the Ampere architecture and it seems like an unveiling is right around the corner. NVIDIA just updated their Twitter profile with a new profile picture and this new banner. And a countdown on their website : https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/special-event/ They have just announced this too : "NVIDIA will broadcast a GeForce Special Event, featuring an address by founder and CEO Jensen Huang, on Sept. 1, at 9 a.m. Pacific time. During the event, Huang will highlight the company’s latest innovations in gaming and graphics. Tune in at https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/special-event/." Mark your calendars, I think we'll be seeing the new NVIDIA Ampere gaming graphics cards being unveiled on the 1st !
  2. I've been looking at upgrading my old ViewSonic for something more flashy and gamer-grade, namely a 4k IPS GSync monitor. A few of them were announced back in July - including some magnificent (on paper) monitors from Asus and Acer, both using IPS panels and utitlizing latest and greatest from NVidia - the GSync technology. Since then, little was revealed about when said units may be available to the end-user. According to various speculations, the dates range from September 2015 to early 2016. Conducting my regular search on e-tailers websites such as Newegg and Amazon i couldnt help but notice that there are many monitors utilizing AMD's Freesync are already on the market. So, that really makes me wonder - what's the catch? Why do they make us wait? I, personally, am an Asus fanboy and hence, waiting on the IPS GSync monitor by that particular manufacturer although at this point i would gladly settle for a 34" Acer predator, if it was available with GSync. The Freesync verision is out there already, and considering that it works ONLY with AMD cards i assume it helps AMD rack up some money. Could someone explain that to me?
  3. So I'm sure somewhere buried in these forums there is a similar post , but I'm going to jest be a rebel. When I game for long periods of time my card is topping out at 82C, does this seem right? I heard these cards run hotter but dang my old 5850 topped out at 60c. Lemme know, Thanks!
  4. I'm selling off some of my stuff, got to make room for the new! Video Cards: Asus GTX780-DCIIOC-3GD5 (bought 4-9-14) - SOLD MSI GTX560TI-TFII 1GB - $60 shipped Stuff: NIB Cooler Master Mouse Bungee - $FREE + shipping (i'll check shipping prices on request)
  5. Hi all back for the new year with a new build, firstly after my previous attempt of a desk build I found that it took me months to build and mad far too many mistakes such as ventilation, no base, to square, poor build quality just to name a few. So this year I've decided to make a follow up project to get it all right and this time I've Been far more motivated. Hope you like the build. I will be recycling the computers from the previous build although adding more water cooling parts and possibly a 2nd GPU and fans lots of fans. Quick Sketch up of the plan Not sure if I will need 3 monitors might settle for 2 and we come to the build and the finally the fan holes for that much needed ventilation
  6. Hi guys I'm having a hard time to choose one of the GTX 660 cards. I'm inclined to choose one of these: MSI GeForce GTX 660 (N660 Gaming 2GD5/OC) and Asus GeForce GTX 660 (GTX660-DC2-2GD5) I know there's also a Gigabyte one but I think this two are better, right? I saw here in the reviews that the MSI is cooler, but the Asus is a little bit faster. I know that my PC isn't good enough to take full advantage of this graphics card but I have intentions of getting some new parts (CPU, RAM and motherboard) soon. I don't care about the faster one what I care about most is the durability of the card. It has to last the maximum time possible. And sorry for my bad English xD Thanks
  7. I have a asus gtx 650 ti boost direct cuii gpu.... I need help in unlocking the bios with kepler bios tweaker 1.27 to unlock voltage and power limit...
  8. Sponsored By This is my first massive build, I am constructing a new desk to house 2 separate computers, one for Gaming and the other as a small home server. the desk itself will house 2 computers one on either side of the desk and in the middle all the HDD's from both computers. On display will also feature water-cooling reservoirs and multiple temperature LCD's. The Water cooling of the rig will Chanel down under the desk into 2 large radiators that will be housed inside a tiny fridge to keep the water temps down around 0-10 degrees Celsius. Rig 1 (gaming) Mobo: ASUS Rampage IV CPU: Intel Core i7 3820 Ram: undecided will be either corsair or g.skill PSU: OCZ fatal1ty 750W GPU: 1x Gainward GTX680 HDD: 2x Samsung 840pro 256gb SSD running of a raid card HDD: WD 2tb Green Rig 2 (Media Server) Mobo: ASUS Sabertooth x58 CPU: Intel Core i7 930 Ram: G.Skill Ripjaws 12gb @1600mhz PSU: Thermaltake 450W GPU: EVGA GTX 550ti HDD: Corsair Force 60GB SSD HDD: 2x WD 3TB Green HDD: 1x Hitachi 2TB HDD: 1x WD 1TB Green so here is the start of the desk and some of the parts that have arrived will keep you updated as i work on it. And the Desk Progress Will post more as i work on it this weekend.
  9. So,according to rumours the 790 will be released in February/March.My query is when will the EVGA version be released.Again,when was the EVGA version released after the release of the 690?By the way,should I get a 2560x1600 monitor instead of a 1920x1080 one?My current choice is this:http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236313.Maybe you could suggest me an affordable one.
  10. Guys it's been a while since i made my rig, i got a PALIT gtx 560ti 2gb, i would love to add some tubes on it, i thought it was imposible, because i havent seen any gpu waterblock for it.. but now i've found some universal gpus.. they say in their specifications Swiftech MCW82 Extreme Performance "Universal" GPU water-block Compatibility with stock mounting ATI Single GPU RadeonTM 1800, 1900, 3800, 4800, 5800, 6800, and 6900 series nVidia
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