- Sep 7, 2011
- 2,785 (0.91/day)
- New Zealand
|Processor||2600K @ 4.8|
|Cooling||AC NexXxos XT45 360, RayStorm, D5T+XSPC tank, Tygon R-3603, Bitspower|
|Memory||16GB Crucial Ballistix DDR3-1600C8|
|Video Card(s)||GTX 780 SLI (EVGA SC ACX + Giga GHz Ed.)|
|Storage||Kingston HyperX SSD (128) OS, WD RE4 (1TB), RE2 (1TB), Cav. Black (2 x 500GB), Red (4TB)|
|Display(s)||Achieva Shimian QH270-IPSMS (2560x1440) S-IPS|
|Case||NZXT Switch 810|
|Audio Device(s)||onboard Realtek yawn edition|
|Power Supply||Seasonic X-1050|
|Benchmark Scores||3.5 litres of Pale Ale in 18 minutes.|
Well, if I were AMD I'd go for broke too. May as well max out performance to offset the inevitable downsides- because if history has taught us anything about AMD product launches, and duallies I particular, a couple of things are certaini can see 8gb per core for 16gb total casecutter.
1. The card will launch with half baked beta drivers
2. It will launch in the same timeframe as a AAA gaming title that has no CrossfireX profile.
...and sure as sh*t, a dual GK 110 (GTX 790?) arrives in the same time frame to make the "worlds fastest card" argument another debatable topic.