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    TPU's F@H Team

    Yep, I got mine for $868 on eBay. It was opened and claimed to be "unused" which I doubted, but I couldn't find a speck of dust on the card or radiator, so maybe it was lightly tested or very carefully cleaned. The seller has been on eBay for 18 years and had pretty much 100% feedback, so I...
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    TPU's F@H Team

    Took a chance on eBay as it's been a while...
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    TPU's F@H Team

    Seems like I've missed some good deals recently while I've been busy with life, definitely need to pick up at least one new card soon.
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    Throttlestop overclocking Desktop PCs

    My QX6800 G0 runs fine at 12x and stock voltage (1.337v) in my Dimension E520, but as mentioned above, it may depend on your luck as well.
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    [FS][US] Meatloaf's PSU Blowout (60 PSU's & cables)

    Bump for great PSUs, I've had four of them for five weeks so far and they are absolutely perfect :)
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    Throttlestop overclocking Desktop PCs

    Yep, it's been a while since I've overclocked the older Core 2 chips, and my dual core X6800 topped out around 3.4GHz last time I tried, but that was on a refurbished and voltage locked ASRock 4CoreDual-SATA2 that I bought 5 years ago for $25 on Geeks.com and it finally died in April. I'm not...
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    Throttlestop overclocking Desktop PCs

    My mistake was that I didn't press UNLK to unlock the voltage and multiplier. I can do so now, but my remote machine froze at 12x and the default 1.337v so I'll have to play around with it later when I have access to it. My QX6800 is a G0 core, by the way.
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    Throttlestop overclocking Desktop PCs

    I just tried the latest TS on my Dell Dimension E520 and QX6800 (and pretty sure I have before) and the multiplier selection doesn't go beyond 11. Am I missing something?
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    Teamviewer Alternative: Ultraviewer

    I started off with TeamViewer to remote manage my crunching farm, but a few years ago I got the dreaded "Commercial use suspected" and switched all my Windows PCs to Google Remote Desktop, while I still have TeamViewer installed on my few Linux machines. My dad uses NeoRouter and Windows Remote...
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    Enermax Shows MaxTytan Series of 80+ TitaniumPSUs With Integrated Power Meter

    http://www.irdrive.com/product/high-power-hpc-500-a12s
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    NVIDIA Announces GeForce GTX 1050 Mobile and GTX 1050 Ti Mobile

    And here I am just wishing my 2015 HP Pavilion X360 11.6" (swapped motherboards from Pentium N3700 to Core M-5Y10c) had a fan. :roll: Something like that does sound pretty nice, TBH. I'd also like to see a new Alienware Alpha with a 10 series chip (considering they crammed a desktop 960 in...
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    NVIDIA Announces GeForce GTX 1050 Mobile and GTX 1050 Ti Mobile

    I have a GTX 1060 notebook (MSI GE72VR 6RF Apache Pro) and it doesn't run too shabby at all. In fact, I'm glad I didn't wait for the little chips to come out as this one runs nicely, especially compared to my old GTX 765M notebook. With the fans on max and my 6700HQ undervolted with a -0.09V...
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    ASUS Intros GeForce GTX 1080 STRIX A8G Graphics Card

    I've had an A8G for months, flashed it to the O8G BIOS fine using modded nvflash and it is an amazing card.
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    Which GTX 1080 model to buy?

    I bought an A8G and flashed it to the O8G using a modified nvflash and the BIOS from the review sample on TPU (though the plain one might work with the -6 flag as the models have different subsystem IDs). I then overclocked it to +50 core and +450 memory with no voltage increase in MSI...
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    HD 3850 AGP Code 43 Error on Windows 10 Anniversary Headache!!!

    I shall repeat again, it's a lost cause (and this is coming from someone who owns a 4CoreDual-SATA2 and 775i65G R3.0 along with a Sapphire HD 3850 AGP, BFG GeForce 7600GS and an handful of lesser cards). The only two chipset vendors that had working AGP functionality on newer OSes and multi-core...