The Iris, powered by Iris.
Funny because that's my girlfriend's name. :D
Both front ports are USB 3.0. Like I said I can get the same speeds in the OP on one of the ports. However, I can't write anything to the drive if...
WD Passport 1TB drive. I edited this out of the OP: I get poor USB 3.0 write speeds on one of the front ports, there are two at the front. I tried...
I've edited the OP, the case is a Corsair Carbide 400R which does have USB 3.0 ports. The front panel ports are driven by the Intel chipset, mobo is...
I can get the following write speeds if I hook up my USB 3.0 external drive to one of the ports at the rear.
EDIT: It appears, only one of the...
Hopefully you can run it on existing Radeon HD 7xxx hardware.
2x DVI, HDMI and fullsized DisplayPort? Are these hints to the HD 8xxx reference I/O?
In Malaysia, we pay $500 for a GTX 670 from ASUS.
But for some reason, prices for Gigabyte and ASUS cards are inflated and yet cards from Sapphire...
Looks like quite bargain for its price. Limited to 2000 DPI but I mainly game on 1600 DPI so I wouldn't mind using it.
Didn't know Genius is still around. Had their mice and keyboard in 2005.
I'm seeing 6x SATA III ports on the Z87 Board and no antiquated PCI buses.
Well that's because he's using a NVIDIA card. ;)
It should run better on AMD cards as this feature is clearly promoted and developed with and by...
Is it stable enough for regular use? I don't really want intermittent driver failures.
Malta isn't a southern island. :)
They should've named it Tasmania.
I think I'm not risking it. I have zero GPU flashing history. ;)
I'm already running it at 7970 clock speeds and memory clock. I can get up to 80FPS in Battlefield 3 on Ultra already.
So um, it's not a...
I own this Sapphire HD 7950.
It's pretty much the reference HD 7950 but with a custom heatsink shroud. Will I be able to flash it to the...
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