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  1. As long as you are playing at a high enough resolution the CPU will never be a bottleneck http://www.guru3d.com/article/asus-sabertooth-p67-tuf-review/1 There are a few gaming benches at the end of that review Assuming a well threaded game, once you are at 1900x1200 an AMD X4 and the I7-2600K perform the same, all up to the video cards at that point Apparently they have gotten around the overclocking barrier with the Sandy Bridge architecture already. All done with hardware provided by the motherboard vendors. http://www.tomshardware.com/news/Core-i7-Core-i5-Origin-PC-5.0-G
  2. Yes but dongles are required to convert the DisplayPort to DVI right? Once DisplayPort catches on like HDMI has it will be a nil point though. At the time i first got my build the 68XX series wasnt out yet, and the 58xx/59xx were having terrible CFX scaling until a patch came out in october, so that is what sealed my decision for this last generation. I would have to find the HardOCP review but two GTX460's were outdoing CFX 5870's last fall. Seeing the 6870 in CFX drawing about 20 more watts than a single GTX470 is pretty amazing. Ill just have to save coin until Nvidia starts
  3. I had the ultimate ATI card the 9700Pro back in the day, as very happy with it. But I have been bleeding green after that. I do not particularly like the complexity that AMD has created with setting up multimonitor/ multicard setups, and EVGA has the best customer service i have gotten from a vendor in my life. If you want to try 3D gaming then nVidia is the way to go, or if you want to do general purpose computing with GPUs Nvidia is leagues ahead. I look forward to trying out AMD's new Brazos architecture though on a laptop or tablet sometime in the future. The Fermi seri
  4. Yeah no kidding The best graphics chip for the current console generation is on the PS3, which is the Nvidia G70 or GTX 7800 series, i bought one of the those back in 05.
  5. Supposedly GPU improvements in 2011 are going to be pretty tame until the fab(which makes chips for both AMD and Nvidia) overcomes some issues. For once i got a card(s) and they wont be trash a few weeks later
  6. Current PC Build: Antec 902 Case Intel i5 750 w/ Corsair H50 Asus MOBO 8GB DDR3 2x GTX470 in SLI 2x WD Caviar Black 1TB Corsair 850W PSU Dell Ultrasharp 2407WFP 24'' LCD Dell Ultrasharp U2410 24'' LCD Logitech G5v2 Some random hp keyboard that needs a mechanical replacement Windows 7 Enterprise 64-Bit My problems: Getting OpenCL dependencies set up with Visual Studio sucks donkey ballz
  7. Any chance there can be a 'inverted' skin at some point that has the background(s) black and the text being a greyish color? Easier on the eyes
  8. I thought the PBS 2/3 have the same shell as the PBS1. And are made for the 74.
  9. Wow great work Really digging the "Night Ops CQB" Upper
  10. Is that a real RIS II. Otherwise what AS company is making them with the hole for the A frame?
  11. What is this a RIS custody battle
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