- Jul 15, 2019
- 432 (0.27/day)
|System Name||Detox sleeper|
|Motherboard||Asrock x299 Taichi XE (custom bios with ecc reg support)|
|Cooling||Custom water: Alphacool XT45 1080 + 9xArctic P12, EK-D5 pump combo, EK Velocity D-RGB block|
|Memory||8x16Gb Hynix DJR ECC REG 3200@4000|
|Video Card(s)||Intel Arc A770 Limited Edition 16Gb|
|Storage||Samsung PM9A1 1Tb nvme + Kingston HyperX 480Gb + Samsung Evo 860 500Gb + Intel 670p 512Gb|
|Display(s)||Dell U2311H (hacked to 75hz)|
|Case||Very old Chieftec 1E0-500A-CT04 + AMD Sempron sticker + Titan fan controller|
|Audio Device(s)||Genius Cavimanus|
|Power Supply||Super Flower Leadex 750w Platinum|
|Keyboard||Focus Fk2000 plus|
|Software||Windows 11 Pro x64|
I really like this card. I dont have any issues. Only the oldest games are slower than my old tesla m40 (titanx) but still very playable. I can use dxvk to make older titles faster.Thanks for your service.
I don't care to deal with Intel's first-gen hardware or its early drivers but I'm pleased people are buying them, that's what will bring competition back to the stagnant value proposition of the AMD+Nvidia duopoly.
The newer games (dx11-dx12) is way faster.
High quality, almost silent but little coil whine. I think it is a better deal than 3060 or 6600xt if it is cheaper. Raytracing performance is much better than 6600xt.