Bump and price drop on the two GTX 780's to $200.00 each shipped.
Main, cruncher and laptop will stick with Windows 7 for now. Going to update the Venue tablet to Windows 10 as my guinea pig...
I guess I am one of those people. I forgot that my Dell Venue is 32-bit...
Sub'd for another awesome build:toast:
Main pc: Windows 7 Pro
Crunching pc: Windows 7 Pro
Tablet: Windows 8.1
Laptop: Windows 7
Thanks for the update. Will be looking forward to your next business venture:toast:
I replaced the waterblocks/backplates and placed the original heatsink/coolers back on the GPU's...
Price reduction!!! PM me with offers:)
@Tatty_One - Here is your next motherboard:)
(World of Tanks gamer)
Maybe I will place the original heatsinks back on as there are more peeps out there not watercooling...
To answer the OP's question, there is no "deal" with playing games on a Xeon CPU. You and whomever else wants to can do just that. As others have...
@michael - please do not double nor triple post. If you have something to add before someone else posts, just use the edit feature.
Recently upgraded to a GTX 980 Ti and am looking to part ways with these two 780's. Bought them new two years ago and slapped the Heatkiller...
Coming along nicely! Thanks for the update/pics:)
I just moved from 2 GTX 780's to a GTX 980 Ti and am very happy with the change. So I would say go with a 980 Ti or 980.
Bump for an old benchmark thread:
I am hoping to watercool the card. It just depends if someone decides to make a block for it. It is nice to not have to run two GPU's to play...
Replaced my two GTX 780's with a ZOTAC GTX 980 Ti Amp Extreme.
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