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  1. crishan

    Radeon R9 380X Based on "Grenada," a Refined "Hawaii"

    Just a FYI: The owner of 3Dcenter gets heavily criticised for this news posting on their own forums. With this news, he is mainly regurgitating stuff from the worst sites out there, WhatTheFCK-Tech and VideocardsIMakeStuffUp. Please don't take this "news" to mean anything.
  2. crishan

    NVIDIA to Pole-vault GTX 800 Series, Name its Next Big Parts GTX 970 and GTX 980

    At VideoCardz, they are known to simply make such stuff up and add "facts" that they pulled out of their behinds. That site is the most untrustworthy piece of manure that exists. The best thing would be to completely ignore them.
  3. crishan

    Raijintek Unveils Morpheus VGA Cooler

    Just to show how ridiculously large this cooler is when fastened to a R9 290X: http://www.tomshardware.de/raijintek-morpheus-vga-cooler-hawaii-review,testberichte-241525-4.html :eek:
  4. crishan

    Iiyama Announces the ProLite XB2779QS WQHD Monitor

    This new monitor by Iiyama gives me the impression that it is basically a prettier variant of their ProLite XB2776QS, but with Apple imac-like styling :rolleyes:
  5. crishan

    AMD Catalyst "Frame Pacing" Driver Results Thread

    @cadaveca: I guess what you wanted to express, instead of "mentally..." was "perceptually", as there are quite a lot of people who do not perceive microstuttering. Also, "perceptually" doesn't quite feel as :nutkick: :nutkick:
  6. crishan

    Toshiba THNSNH256GCST 256 GB SSD

    Problem with this drive, at least in Germany, is that Toshiba will refuse any warranty to the enduser and refer them to the point of purchase (which so far has ticked off quite a few people on German hardware forums). If the shop you got this from goes belly-up during the next two years...
  7. crishan

    Manli Introduces its GeForce GTX 650 Ti Graphics Card

    Manli belong to the same company as Zotac and Inno3D: PC Partner. Just take a look: http://www.pcpartner.com/En/index.php?m=Brands