Discussion in 'TechPowerUp Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
I'm not sure if its real marble honestly. I would have to ask my parents, why do you ask?
It does make on hell of a good back drop for that pic.
Thanks! I always take pictures in my kitchen because there are small overhead lights that make the lighting perfect to take pictures with my Galaxy Nexus.
Before & After...
New GPU arrived
Good looking card Sneeky
nice Asus card there sneekypeet only thing that disappoints me is that it's triple slots, even u have GTX 670 that's only a dual-slot card, wish that Asus had made it dual-slot and with 4gigs of memory ^^;
I typically run SLI, since I went to a 680, I figured I would go with a three slot to cover all the lanes I don't want to use. The triple slot is win for me, if I want to go SLI later I will just get water blocks
And being a DC2, it should oc like a champ, meaning SLI can be delayed for a while longer.
Can't wait to see what that card can do. Enjoy, man!
I was considering the same card, but triple-slot is a no-buy for me.
a pic of my own:
I take it that's a review sample?
What's the "Gear" button do?
You were looking at the "Top" version, not the "OC"? Tops are super hard to find here
I was thinking of dumping the two GTX 580's and picking up a GTX 680. However I am still not satisfied with the FPS at 2560 x 1600 on games like BF3 and Crysis 2 that one GTX 680 will give me. Hopefully the next generation will allow me to use a single card and give me the FPS that I have become accustomed to.
I still play at 1080p on this 40" Samsung Should be enough to get the job done here
I dunno, open to any options, really, kinda wanted ASUS DCuII card, nVidia or AMD, really. Instead, settling on GTX 690 seems the best choice for me.
ALl the high-end ASUS VGAs seem triple-slot.
The rest has arrived:
An 8-pin and a 4-pin CPU power connector??
yes sir, and a 6-pin near the PCI-e slots for 3 or 4-Way SLI
The OP of this thread has been MIA for a while. Mr Bunch I will have to text him to make sure hes ok.
My PC atm - Please check the project log soon for many updates!
The only problem with that is that PCIe uses both 12 V(x5) and 3.3 V(x4), but that connector only provides 12 V.
I'm interested to hear what you think of the GPU hardware stuff. Did either come with the cables to link the two together?
Cables not included, must make or buy something to work.
I think i saw W1zz's review show some clips with the new Matrix card.
But I want nV cards. Oh well.
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