The best/fastest computer i've built was with the ASUS Rampage IV Extreme. Mated with the i7 3960x, it was a monster of a build. I just love how ASUS pay attention to such detail with just the retail box alone and the content. Everytime i look at the motherboard, it screams quality.
Been through soo many cards but the BEST ones that I use the longest are:
Voodoo 2 8meg(Creative 3D Blaster)
Geforce 2 MX400(forgot which brand but this card had the best price/performance during its time)
ATi Radeon 9700 Pro(BF1942 + AA = no sleep for days on end)
8800GTX(The only card during...
iPhone 5S and HTC One owner here; I switch between each depending on what i do for the day. If I want simplicity/basic then its the 5S; if I want my widgets and customization, then its the One. They both have their ups and downs.
Here's my take:
nVidia > AMD
They have their fair share of issues but I have more problems with AMD drivers than nVidia drivers when it comes to Multi GPU setups. Driver stability are the same when it comes to single card setups.
I've sold all my pc's and just living off my wife's 2009 Dell Latitude laptop for all the work needed. Its been 6 months and for sure don't felt no regret doing it. Before, I wouldn't last a couple of months without buying parts to upgrade my pc's but now its pointless when all other...
I've been with Sprint since the EVO 4G was announce @ google i/o. Just left them last month for pre-paid :) Too many broken promises with Sprint. Their Data speed is worse than dialup, VERY SPOTTY 4G. Very happy with my Nexus 4 on T-mobile's monthly 4G 30/month plan ;). I avg 5-10Mbps down...
Owned both, kept the 680 at the end. Its less of a problem for the games i play. The 7970 is a good card also but with the 680, I don't have to worry much about the next driver destroying my game time + its cooler/quieter ;)