Plus XScam has already been compromised in the past, with user details leaked.
Why would toshiba keep the OCZ name? It's toxic.
Didn't even need to look at your system specs to know you have an nvidia card :laugh:
Yawn. Another Asetek rebrand.
And then after it's been reviewed, they'll switch out the NAND for cheaper, lower performing chips and keep the same model number again?
Oh look, another rebrand of that one asetek model.
And what's the markup on these going to be? 800%?
No profit-driven, vendor locked anti-competitive g-sync trash please.
Perhaps TPU could run a poll over whether to both with 1920x1080 monitor posts any longer.
Is it really smart giving it such a pathetic VRM?
That's why if you're a smart consumer, you don't buy devices that restrict you in such ways. My phone and my tablet both have (happily populated)...
Are you 14?
640 GCN cores at 28nm. So, a 7770 then?
All 1920x1080. Yeah... no.
You're ignoring how OCZ have been caught using poor / discarded grade NAND in SSDs that is not fir for purpose, as a money saving / profit making...
Let a 6 year old play with design software...
Now delete the weak GPU from the chip, fill the empty space with more steamroller cores, and package it for AM3+ please.
Corsair: Selling you OEM Asetek designs with a 40% markup. Thanks, chump! :shadedshu:
Why not just get the HD edition? Remade for 7/8, many bugs fixed, and has full steam integration.
Enterprise, where reliability is paramount. OCZ, where the reputation for reliability lies in shambles. Yeah, this'll turn out great.
Not bad, hopefully it increases the trend. PhysX can either become open or die out.
For a moment there I thought kaveri had landed :(
More excited for this to take off than proprietary trash like CUDA and AMD APP. :)
Just more reason to not buy a stock cooled 290/290X.
AMD has the better chip, but it's crippled by that ridiculous stock cooler.
I agree we're hitting that wall, but the massive SSD performance boost comes from I/O and latency, not raw throughput.
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