So, just doing my bit to saturate the used GPU market...
selling 5 Vega FEs.. i mined Monero for about 6 months for a bit after the cards were launched.
I stopped mining since i live in Japan.. I was gonna wait until mining profitability returned... but i got lazy and the cards have just sat...
systems with identical hardware specifications, can have drastic performance deltas.
a way to attempt to minimalize the potential for that can be by using constant methods for benchmarking. are they re-imaging the systems with a baseline image and then installing the necessary GPU drivers? are...
it is irrelevant in most cases, however I have seen previous drivers cause issues even when doing a complete uninstall of previous drivers in addition to using driver clean up utilities.
I also don't think I'm striking their methodology, I'm merely inquiring.
I was wondering what HardOcp's testing methodology is:
here is one for example:
This latest review here...
when did this become a trend?? I don't recall reviews here pretending there was no AMD.
AMD was also excluded in the main review, i didn't realize it earlier!
this pretty much says it, (from the first page of the review):
alright it's settled then, no need to include it any further...
no fury x...
many sites are reporting perf improvements with the new drivers
your exclusion of amds product and lack of frame rate varience is why i don't take this site seriously when it comes to reviews..
LTB gaming rig for a friend, he's looking to spend ~$1500.
he's wanting to drive 3 1440p monitors, so GPU(s) is a priority.
computer doesn't have to be built, it can be a collection of parts. case is optional depending on size.
PM me your offers for consideration :)
as soon as i noticed it wasn't April 1st, i cringed so hard..
well I will be cancelling my pre-order of the dev kit 2 for sure.
I can just imagine something like this
"a Facebook account is required to active your Rift, sign in or register"
My latest take on it is that i played about 4-5 days ago
2500k@ 4.3ghz/win 7 / 8 gig DDR3 / 6950 crossfire / latest beta drivers out.
installed on SSD with plenty of room left.
Was getting bad FPS 40ish but constant stuttering every few seconds (never more than a 10 second...
It's hard to believe their whole presentation was such a disaster.
I am almost sure they didn't have a test screening of the event to gauge how much of a fail i'd turn out to be, but their level hindsight has left me puzzled.
Half of the presentation was about TV and Skype...
I installed these drivers and noticed a performance hit in BF3
I checked CCC and crossfire is now disabled telling me that the crossfire bridges need to be connected (they both always have been) tried restarting.. same thing, anybody having this same issue?
crossfire makes the cutscenes in this game just some glitchy screenshot some 10 minutes ago...
there's a bunch of people in the steam forums that have been complaining of that.
makes it impossible to watch
I'm running 2 6970s with 12.6 beta and 12.6 cap
the game runs smooth, but when the cutscenes are playing, some of the panes will be some random static image from that level, or a black screen, makes the cutscenes pretty much unwatchable, but the game runs smooth other than that, I was wondering...
Is there anybody here that currently works in Okinawa Japan, or maybe knows somebody in Okinawa that is looking for an IT guy, I just got out of the Marines and I'm trying to find a job there. I attached my Resume but google docs kinda screwed up the format a bit...
Passed my 640-802 today with a 966
Was a lot easier than i expected, You can TAB all the commands and even use the "?" if you forget something, I don't know if i should go for my CCNP switch now, or get some easy msft cert
weee, celebration time >:D
I've read a lot of people complaining about having ocz ssds die on them, I haven't had a problem with mine though, i do have some questions though, is there any data on what the failure rate is for ocz in contrast with other companies?