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    MSI Unveils GeForce GTX 780 Gaming

    Gaming? As opposed to their other GTX 780's..?
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    ASUS GeForce GTX 760 DirectCU II OC Listed

    Warning! The Hebrew will eat you! :laugh:
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    Apple Unveils New Mac Pro

    Yeah, that's exactly what I'm wondering. I mean, the mechanics of how to put this together.. to engineer separate motherboard portions and then hook them together, is one thing. But to cool all of that with, assumingly, a heatsink in the middle and a fan that draws air in from the top and...
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    Thermalright HR-22 Makes Public Appearance

    Not quite as sexy as my TRUE :cool:
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    EVGA Works On Z87 Stinger-based Pre-Built Gaming Desktops

    40mm fans are always noisy? Where do you get this idea?
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    AMD Elite A-Series A10-6800K APU (Socket FM2)

    No, it doesn't. The 6800k is slightly faster (10-15%), and costs about equally more. Well, all I know is that if I were building a system, it would have a 2500k, not a 6800k.. unless I needed something really small that could only house an APU.
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    AMD Elite A-Series A10-6800K APU (Socket FM2)

    Well, the 2500k has around the same performance and you can find one for around 150$ now. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Intel-Core-i5-2500K-3-3-GHz-Quad-Core-CPU-Only-/200930522524?pt=CPUs&hash=item2ec864759c But no, I was talking about performance as a whole, not bang for the buck.
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    AMD Elite A-Series A10-6800K APU (Socket FM2)

    I'm sorry. I must have posted this after you :(
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    AMD Elite A-Series A10-6800K APU (Socket FM2)

    Well, how about Cinebench 11.5? i7-2600k @ 5.0Ghz scores 10 pts. A10-6800k @ 5.0Ghz scores 4 pts. Since Haswell is more powerful, it's around 1/3, not 2/3. Don't get me wrong.. I'm always rooting for AMD, but I consider Cinebench a much more reliable way of deriving performance differences...
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    AMD Elite A-Series A10-6800K APU (Socket FM2)

    I like the price, but its IPC is about 1/3 that of Haswell. That's pretty depressing.
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    How is Boost 2.0 better than Boost 1.0?

    When I asked you why the GTX 770 was cooler and takes less power your response was "Boost 2.0 algorithm." That was it. I started a thread on [H] and apparently, most reviewers are saying that the GTX 770 takes a bit more power, not less. They're saying that something is wrong with your review...
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    Razer Introduces the Blade Pro 17-Inch Gaming Laptop

    This is actually quite cool. I've never seen this performance level at only 0.9" thickness.
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    How is Boost 2.0 better than Boost 1.0?

    W1zz said that Boost 2.0 was the only reason for the disparity. But what I've found is that W1zz's review is off (the card takes more power, not less), and the cooler on the GTX 770 is more efficient (vapor chamber vs. heatpipes). So, I really don't see how Boost 2.0 has anything to do...
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    How is Boost 2.0 better than Boost 1.0?

    So, now you're saying that binning and a better cooler are the answers to my questions.. and not Boost 2.0, like W1zz said? :confused:
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    How is Boost 2.0 better than Boost 1.0?

    So, you're saying that with the GTX 680, they had to rely on Boost 1.0, which does not take temperatures into account, so they limited the TDP. With the GTX 770, they now rely on Boost 2.0, which does take temperatures into account, making the overclocking safer and more precise, so they...