so this a trinity APU but with a different GPU inside. correct?
there was a time when customers used to fuss about sound cards and Creative was the king of the hill. Now no mainstream customer gives a damn about...
where's the link to the review?
How much can you overclock with just air no water? I'm looking for actual stable numbers not hypotheticals. Anyone
PLus has their been a comparison...
the ASUS one will probably overclock better. It says "GPU Tweak" on the box. just guessing really
why would you put 4Gb on such a low end graphics card? it's like having 4 wheel drive on Toyota corolla.
It's an ARM core it doesn't use X86 ISA
how long till we see a four slot cards or even five slot cards?
3 slot cards are already on the crazy route
the 660 does have a FTW version. it's mentioned on their website which is linked in this article.
they are giving you PCI and you are complaining about PCI-e 2.0.
priorities my friend
"Lenovo, the world's second largest PC maker"
when did this happen.
it means it is slightly better than 7970
no way in hell can you get "ultra-fast data transfer rates" using two HDDs no matter what RAID conf you use. you will have to daisy chain lot of them...
too many chipsets and too many boards. it's crazy.
i didn't know cuda cores are different than fermi cores. this is the first time i'm hearing this. ON nvidia website about tesla cards it still refers...
CPUs are dropping in power faster than GPUs but the trend is there. Each successive GPU consumes less power than the previous generation. less power...
whats more important is to find out it's double precision performance. So far the Geforce cards are crippled against Tesla cards. If DP is important...
Does your computer stop working if it isn't OCed. you are acting like without the 10% OC your computer just falls part sparks start flying and burn...
why is it still dual slot. Is there a way to remove the dual slot bracket and replace it with single slot ones
The Seasonic Platinum isn't Erp Lot 6 compliant this Enermax Platinum is compliant
their website still claims it's 1050MHz
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