Had this happen to me numerous of times, with P4 CPU's and my FX8320, the FX was actually stuck so hard that it managed to puncture my finger and...
They really shouldn’t make any sequels out of this. It is a one off masterpiece.
He said it was a 270X in post #7.
Mine would get to 95 in a couple of minutes of gameplay and start throttle, and that was both 290 and a 290x, both from MSI, and both with Twin...
Framecap it, at least in games where it reaches over 60 fps, you will have lower usage therefore lower temperatures and noise. You can't really do...
Only died 3 times so far, doesn’t look like the corruption moved much.
[GeForce GTX 1080][G-Sync]: With G-Sync enabled, stuttering occurs when playing games on the external display. 
The pixel blur on refresh rates higher than 144 gets bonkers, that and there are literally no games that would support this high of a framerate,...
Ansel also works if you have an Nvidia Card.
on PC no doubt?
One word: Consoles
Pretty much identical.
A half of a 690 (SLI isn’t working in this game) was giving me about 35-50 fps on very high, so I’m guessing there will be a bit more with a 1050.
Should be good enough for high settings with specs like those.
That doesn't really mean much. That thing can run on a potato. We need to know your specs to be sure.
As for a PS4 version, it's running at 1080p...
My Blackwidow 2013 is still chugging along on my secondary PC, although it's pretty much the software that makes it 100x worse. Now all of my...
There's no real reason to go above 50mbps with 1080p unless you want to upscale the video to 4K. I've tried it with pretty much the same settings...
Define S and Define C fit the description almost spot on. You can get both without windows.
Poor little thing...
Gotta love this ingenuity of yours. Say, what are the power supplies for?
It's pretty much a PCB limitation, if there is no physical space to accommodate them, there is nothing you can do about it.
Okay there you go:
I wish Kaby Lake never existed.
I bet Kaby Lake users feeling shafted after being replaced so soon...
My HD5870 actually had heatpipes on the heatsink itself.
But I'm pretty sure you mean this:
It’s your cash, but you’re pretty much investing in a carbon copy of the PC you already have.
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