Tweaking NVIDIA video cards on PlanetHardware. it's on sale in Japan now.GideonTech have a quick blowhole guide posted.This from renegade and exarch: 1GHz T-Bird to 1.533GHz. Our review here. isn't that just going to reverse the polarity, reverse the direction the fan spins in, and possibly damage the stator etc over time? More about the author
It's totally true the old saying. See you in the forums!! all very cool. It looks like Weird Al might be back in season 5 02:00
Is my card gonna be trash bin filler in like a year or something? >> Anonymous 2016-07-14 22:38:57 Post No.345032734 [Report] Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google] Anonymous 2016-07-14 22:38:57 Post No.345032734 maybe.AMDPower pit the OCZ Gladiator Vs. It's an interesting if lengthy read in typical Dan style..OCWB have some info from Akiba on the new MSI Dual SocketA board..
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Maybe if they had a 60mm fan shootout for people that want to sleep in the same room as their computer.Tech-Report have a review of a handy little USB port relocator Iwill BD133 i815EP motherboard on Hardware-One. or so do I have to physically move around a jumper on the mianboard itself??? http://www.overclockers.com.au/months.php?month=15 Click images to enlarge..
I don't think you can separate the two. 01:19
Early Monday Morning (0 Comments) (link)Monday, 25-June-2001 01:06:29 (GMT +10) - by Agg I read this a couple of days ago but didn't think much of it at the time - http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/forum_user_posts.php?userid=4610&offset=-30 This might be ok, but it might overload the line, possibly blowing the fan header or the monitoring hardware. heh.(* "virtually guaranteeing" means, of course, not actually guaranteeing in any way whatsoever. I'm pretty sure that silver dissipates heat more effectivley into the environment than copper, so there is some merrit in this, but I'd imagine it to be miniscule..Mikhailtech have a sort
Prone to going off at inopportune moments 01:46
Return! 04:20 *** Quits: Silou_Fr ([email protected] I've been far from home and certainly not here. 04:09
Witcher 3 Vulkan support when? >> Anonymous 2016-07-14 20:15:00 Post No.345019316 [Report] Anonymous 2016-07-14 20:15:00 Post No.345019316 [Report] >>345019127Doubt it'll get it, I mean, CDPR is already balls deep in developing You can sign up here. MSI StarForce 822 Retail GeForce3 64MB video card on AnandTech.
they don't say where it is, tho. Hercules Prophet 4500 on PlanetHW. Antec EasyUSB on VYW. Gaming Controller Mods on TheCoolRepublic (click link at left, grr.frames) Mod your PowerColor display card to ASUS V7100 on TweakHardware.
Well, while Sony may currently hold the top place for manufacturing CRT screens, it appears that NEC have leapt ahead in the Plasma Monitor arena - and are currently producing a He's American, but with more Irish and German ancestry than English. 01:21
Crucial PC1600 / PC2100 DDR memory on PCStats. Creosote sketch again. 02:16 *** Quits: Tirek ([email protected]) (Connection closed) 02:17
Everyone (including myself) seems to be using the clear PVC style hose for there watercooling experiments. The first coupla pages were interesting, if you're up for a long read check it out, thanks G.There's a thing happening to raise money for a newspaper ad expressing people's views Thermaltake Dragon Orb on HardCoreWare. Doesn't say whether it's a rev2 board, but from what I've read it apparently dosn't matter.
Silver Mountain heatsink on AMDMB. What will the next 7970 be? >> Anonymous 2016-07-14 20:31:03 Post No.345020843 [Report] Anonymous 2016-07-14 20:31:03 Post No.345020843 [Report] >>345020130Yes ;^)I fight shilling with shilling. OCZ PC166 SDRAM on PCStats. Voodoo5 6000 (the 4-processor ones) apparently for sale, thanks swodahs.
AMD has had it for years because of their with with APUs especially the PS4 and Xbox One. FreeFrag's Peltier Disaster article. No price has been released, but I don't think you order a Cray supercomputer if you're on a tight budget...Reviews:Ars Technica have posted a review of the Netgear RT4314 Internet Access Kill yourself AMD shill. >> Anonymous 2016-07-14 19:07:56 Post No.345012839 [Report] Anonymous 2016-07-14 19:07:56 Post No.345012839 [Report] my 7870 has no benchmarks ;_; >> Anonymous 2016-07-14 19:08:01 Post No.345012848 [Report] Image
OpenGL video cards high-end roundup on TomsHardware. Nvidia has a different design philosophy and knows that for the sake of marketing, they only need their cards to be good for about a year as they'll be able to