Yes, if your software supports GPU acceleration. Basically every GPGPU application makes use of shaders. Shaders/CUDA cores are the computational...
"Asetek, the world's leading supplier of computer liquid cooling solutions, today announced..."
Yes, it will. But only when Radeons start supporting CUDA along with PhysX.
That's older information.
Yeah. I mean they sell what Enermax sells, sometimes with some changes. OEMs are Enermax, CWT, Sirfa/High Power and now Yue-Lin.
LEPA is a brand of Enermax. Some LEPA models are rebranded Enermax units with cosmetic changes, others have internal modifications to cut the costs.
You have something against hybrid cooling?
IMO, it looks best without any stripes. Let's call it... BLACK EDITION.
However this DirectuCU H2O isn't ugly and doesn't need >2 slots. So if its performance comes close to AC Hybrid, it's a win.
That's right. F*ck you. Corsair biatch :D.
Accelero Hybrid called. Asked you take your words back.
If it was really Kingpin edition, it would come with LN2 cooling :P
So they could make more money from stupid people. Though AMD aren't the only one doing this.
30A per rail, 57A combined.
And then they'd get sued :laugh:.
Corsair is a rebadge :slap:.
They say its patented so it must be theirs. Like Twister bearing.
Oh right lol. Titan @ 836~900 MHz. Still should be faster clock-to-clock.
If Titan @ 837 MHz is faster than 290X @ 1000 MHz, would 290X @ 1000 MHz be faster than Titan @ 1000 MHz? ;)
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Some food for thought. One year difference between 1GB and 2GB performance:
It should take a year or two for 3-4GB to be saturated....
Actually, bajillion FPS would be a cause of coil whine.
Because R9 290X uses CF over PCI-E.
That photo is of GTX 780 DC II.
This is based on Xigmatek Aquila, in case anyone is interested.
Changes include 200mm fan in the front, external 3.5" bay, better positioned I/O...
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