- Aug 31, 2010
- 12,224 (3.48/day)
- Longmont, CO
|System Name||The Battlestation|
|Processor||Intel Core i7 8700k|
|Motherboard||MSi Z370 Gaming Pro Carbon AC|
|Cooling||EK Supremacy w/ EK Coolstream PE360 & 6x Corsair LL120s|
|Memory||G. Skill Trident RGB 32GB 4x8GB @ 3866mhz 16-16-16-36|
|Video Card(s)||MSi GTX1070 Gaming X 8GB @ 2GHz|
|Storage||Samung 970 EVO 250GB (OS), Samsung 970 EVO 1TB (Games)|
|Display(s)||Dell S3220DGF 32" 1440p Freesync 2 (G-Sync) HDR 165Hz - Curved|
|Case||Lian Li PC-011D|
|Audio Device(s)||MSi Gaming AudioBoost ALC1220 w/ Sennheiser Game Ones|
|Power Supply||Seasonic Flagship Prime Ultra Platinum 850|
|Mouse||Glorious Model O w/ Hyper X Mat|
|Keyboard||Corsair K70 w/ MX Browns and Red Backlit|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit|
Wait i thought you just said that nvidia mid range out performs AMD's flagship?I really don't get why people are complaining about nVidia. I mean, they are about to release a "mid range" card that outperforms AMD's flagship.
The way i see it, AMD has got their loyal fanbase to buy expensive cards that are being outperformed by nVidia's mid range card.
We haven't seen W1zzard's benchmarks yet nor pricing for these cards.
I hope these cards retail for 399 or less though, i'll buy 2 then, if 499+ i'll buy 1 and one later on. I'm not paying 549 for a less performing 7970.