nice idea but its like an abstract thing
sometimes its not fake but bad quality
i have several cards that i believe its genuine but since the brand well known for 'like that' quality...
its like have been posted somewhere
have you tried disable everything? or running it minimal?
i use 1440x900
your first post
maybe nvidia just test the water and see how far it will go
i think its one way to prevent stupid people raising the voltage and burn their card then blame the company
btw you need to use smaller font size
hahaha.. in here $40 cases are the same, looks nice but the steel just meh
what about 2nd branded cases?
i use HP from pentium 4 era and so far its pretty good, maybe the bad things are you need to make sure it supports...
yeah especially when you buy cheap case, sometimes you need to skip 1 standoff point since the alignment is bad
simple, need full system installed too
nice idea but the more cables dont look good
actually you dont need to worry since you may run it stock
personally asus looks good but if you dont mind just take the lower one (gigabyte)
haha... or core2duo
he can save more:D:D
ok this time like lian li do it pretty good
nice but i prefer full white
yes, they have different layout, if you want to buy maybe you need to take a look at the layout
i use old HP cases and i need to cut 2 stand off...
nice clean but no thanks too much plastic and the layout could be better
if you cant be sure what happened you better do it from 0, from check the board itself, the socket, the slot (ram or pciex slot) and try it one by one
yes, test it
if its not too hot you could you can run it passive just using airflow from intake
the case is good but you have limited stuff that supported by it
no cable connected? its from your monitor?
try to clean your pciex slot then test it again
or move your card to second pciex slot, does it act the...
wkkkk... thats me :-p
yeah deepcool asssasin
based where you plug it
you can see beside your slot its pciex 1 or 2
or just set it to pciex 1 on bios then turn it off then plug your card to...
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