Native 4k version? No. It's coming tho:
I imagine most movies would be pixelated since they aren't available in 4k. Like watching 480p content on an HD monitor.
Also to hell with 30hz 4k....
Same as the 780m or 680mx +5-10% for increased clocks
If you can find a benchmark for those cards at the same clock speed as the 880m then you have...
256-bit since it is a rebrand of the 780m and 680mx
The site just lists deals from other sites. The current deal is from GreenManGaming....
I just looked on ebay and those 1440p monitors aren't as cheap as they used to be :(
I agree with @Norton. The corsair model will do well. In fact I pretty much go with anything that jonnyguru approves of....
I'm sure it depends on the game and how much of the buffer is gonna have to be constantly swapped on the lower vram card. It may just be that with...
Yes. The links I posted above show that 2gb is fine at 1600p as well.
I'd say yes. There may be a slight increase (one or two fps) with more vram.
Way too much for an 850w PSU. Any particular reason it has to be that specific digital design?
In addition to this if you have a multimeter it wouldn't hurt to test the motherboard mounting screws and around the case panels for ground.
Direct from microsoft. Select the download option.
Intel wanted to bring SSD overclocking to the table. They must have realized it was a stupid idea.
For me it would depend on the game. If I was gonna sit back and use a controller I would use the TV. If I was going to play any intense game or FPS...
Now that is a well thought out post.
@Cristian_25H Posted this up above http://www.hardwareheaven.com/reviewimages/msi-gt70-laptop/Info.jpg
The NSA already has your computer bugged. Check under your bed for gnomes. Bet you think girls have cooties.
On a more...
Cool. I still think 8GB is overkill for a gpu that will struggle to run graphically intense games above 1080p.
What's so hard to understand? 1080p monitors cost around $250 on average. So option 3 is logically when 4k monitors cost around $250-$(whatever...
What difference does it make if its compliant if all the necessary features for 3d gaming are there?
One would assume he meant when 4k monitors cost what 1080p monitors do now.
Can't believe I had to explain that.
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 880M Specifications:
954 MHz + boost Engine Clock
1536 CUDA Cores
8 GB GDDR5 Memory
2500 MHz Memory Clock
256-bit GDDR5 memory...
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