Is this finally the year when I replace my 7950?
It sounds like you need an NZXT grid like I have: https://www.nzxt.com/products/grid-plus-v2
I'm glad I didn't sink hundreds of dollars into this like a lot of my whale friends did.
If Zen is faster than a 2500K @ 4.4 GHz, I might consider upgrading to get on a more modern featureset.
D'oh! Name recycling got me there.
No, the Yamato was built in Kure, Hiroshima. Some of the UK-built battleships like Kongo and Fuso were basically rebuilt and upgraded in Japan....
He's talking about using a cable like this where one power supply connector has 2x PCIe connectors at the video card end.
It should work...
Yeah, this probably isn't going to run too well on my 7950.
While that's often the case with various drivers, the Intel driver will give the same error on a clean install. I believe the installer looks at...
As you've found out, the Intel version of the driver doesn't normally allow you to install their version. You'll need to download the zip version...
This should be relatively simple to remedy. 0x7Es usually call out the offending driver. You could use something like bluescreenview to...
Yeah, I'm not giving up my 7950 just yet.
Assetto Corsa has... Issues. This guy's blog explains:
My favorite "pick up a controller...
Why are you bridging the VPN adapter and the PS3 adapter?
Also, unless your stuff is really old (pre-gigabit), auto MDIX takes care of PC to PC...
You might want to go tri-SLI in the future!
So should I finally consider replacing my 7950? Is the 1080 "fast enough" that I'll see a difference?
Pro driving skills at 0:21, 2:35.
This looks like a good card to put a waterblock on!
I feel like the poll results are a bit misleading. I put price / performance ahead of VR, does that mean I'm not interested in VR?
Yeah, I wouldn't build a gaming computer sans-videocards to use as a VM host. This type of application calls for enterprise hardware.
Heh, it's a really long story. I'll have to get him to post it here sometime.
Note that this is for a friend and not me personally.
This is the 3rd card that they've needed replaced, so they know the routine. It's just...
Seriously? A 380X is not a like or better exchange for a 290X.
The CX500 has 2x "6+2" connectors like in the photo I posted, so you can use them with 6 or 8 pin video cards.
You could go to Corsair's website, find your power supply, and look at the specs page to see how many PCI-E connectors are listed:...
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