I do have about a month left on it, dunno if a fan seize from dust qualifies, and then I'm without my card for 2 weeks or so... :(
I may just...
One of my fans seized on my stock MSI cooler, are there any decent cheap ones or is my money beter spent on a rx480?
Thanks, i'll give that a shot. I disabled gsync, vsync, and set max fps from 30 to 45.
what about full screen and borderless settings?
Any tips for AMD users?
I have i7 930, 18gb ram, and r9 280x with latest drivers.
game stutters alot and generally runs like garbage.
How does the bass compare to the HE-500?
I honestly don't feel any need to upgrade in terms of sq, only in weight.
"Battlefield™ 4 may experience crashes when using Mantle. As a work around users are suggested to switch to DirectX®11."
First AMD install failure ever.
I usually install all the latest just to A/B test performance regardless of change log.
R9 280x, W7 x64
A new flash drive isn't news! I hope the royalty checks for posting these are good at least.
HP probably said:
"Hey TPU we have this super exciting new flash drive, want $ to put an advertorial on your site??!?!?!?"
i'll stick with my he-500 for now, these are way too expensive.
Are you trying to update via crimson? If so just download the installer. They may not have published the driver via that channel yet.
Just seems confusing to consumers. Seems like it would be the next generation; not a 280xv2
I was maybe considering this as an upgrade from my 280x, but it seems like the 280x performs better in BF4 at 1080p.
anyone do an AB test with Fallout and previous driver?
+1 to that, i have 18gb of ram, and my next pc will probably be 24gb since i build one every 4-5 years.
tested these with BF4, no difference with 15.9.1 using MANTLE.
I picked a drive that is technically PCIe x4, not SATA through M.2. So it should be way faster through that interface.
Any reason why either is better than the corsair PSU i picked? or just price/performance ratio?
This is actually a pretty solid idea, i'm liking this.
Personally i use raid for the little extra IO you get with VMs.
Right now i use a 120GB SSD with 2x1tb RAID 0 for my games and VMs. so i went...
I like to install large games to the RAID as well as VMs i'm working on as to not eat up too much of the SSD, windows and only a select few games...
I do alot of gaming with GTA V and BF4, also will be playing Fallout 4 and battlefront. I also do alot of dev lab work with vmware workstation at...
looking at the GIGABYTE GA-Z170X-Gaming 7 and 6700k. Definitely doing an M.2 SSD.
want to spend about $1800, parts as of today come to about...
Chances are the water block will only touch the gpu and VRM and Mem will be air cooled.
TPU is only of the only reviews i trust. I'm building a new PC in the spring and starting my research now, so far AMD isn't fairing well.
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