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  1. 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?
  2. TheHostileGamer

    GTX 770 Temps

    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!
  3. RedFury77

    [WTS] Red's for sale thread

    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)
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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...
  7. wutdo

    [Build Log] Project Abyss

    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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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