For some reason I had this crazy idea that Nvidia would have plenty of 1080's available. It really sucked having $$ ready to spend, but no product available. I fell for the hype!
And.... I was finally lucky enough to score a EVGA 1080 FE on Newegg after many attempts !
So paper launch...
Hey frack you! This was an poorly planned "launch" with shit availability. I had an easier time buying a Radeon X800 XT PE back in the day than this 1080 Flounders Edition. I'm so disgusted that I may just wait for AMD Vega or the inevitable 1080 TI card.
Voodoo 2 PCI, which was a huge piece of shit, and actually slower than my integrated Matrox G200.
I returned the V2 and bought a Voodoo 3 2000 PCI, which was a huge upgrade, and a perfect card for UT99.
They don't launch with their super polished A++ games because they will sell almost every game they can put on the shelves without the extra effort anyways. Also, publishers realize that the PS3/360 market is huge compared to the potential PS4/Xbone market of about 2-4 million systems by the end...
I've used USB video cards before to add 2nd and 3rd monitors for users at work:
Search around for USB DisplayLink video cards, just about any model will do what you need.
Big Upgrade! I'm currently running a loud, hot, power hogging GTX 470 that just doesn't get the job done in the newest more demanding games. The Asus GTX 660Ti DirectCU II would launch me up to the current generation of graphics hardware, and help me keep my rig and office cool! The would allow...
Thanks for checking. I'll just consider it a unique feature that maybe someday I'll be able to use. I do plan on trying to run a dedicated PhysX card. But for now I have 4 of them tucked away in the hard drive cage area.
I just bought a Corsair TX850 PSU at Best Buy on sale for $129. On the box and in the manual it states it should have 4 PCI-E cables, but mine has 6 of them. I checked Corsair's website and they also say it should have only 4 PCI-E cables. The TX950 should be the only TX series PSU with 6 PCI-E...