These headphones are incredible! Some of the best on the market for music or gaming. These are the Premium version with 600 Ohm impedance. They are ready for some serious amplification, so beware. Sounded great with my Asus Xonar Essence STX. Comes with original travel case, gold adapter, and...
Used in great condition with original box, cables, accessories, and documentation.
This is one of the best gaming monitors out there!
NEW! ZeroFlicker For Visual Ease and Comfort
24 Widescreen LED Monitor
Native Full HD 1920 x 1080 Resolution
144 Hz, Nvidia 3D Vision 2 Ready
1 ms (GTG)...
no need for newest version really, just let it run. I am pretty sure you'll see an error rather quickly. Also, make sure to reset your CMOS and in the BIOS make sure your RAM and CPU are getting the proper voltage(s)
Reset the CMOS (jumper the CMOS jumper for > 10 seconds with the power unplugged to the power supply). Try clearing out the residual power in the capacitors by clicking the power button with the power cord unplugged from the wall.
Also, try using an old CRT monitor with a standard VGA cable...
I have exactly the same combo you are asking about. I enjoy it. The soundcard has enough juice at the high Impedence setting to drive them (and even sounds decent at the middle impedence setting which is 64 - 300 Ohm), and they sound nice with Dolby Headphone. I got my DT990's on sale for...
The safest option with SSD's is NOT to RAID them for lack of TRIM support and garbage collection (unless this has changed; somebody let me know). However, seeing that you already have one, you might just get a big HDD and use the 64Gb for only a few games and windows.
You won't need much TIM AT ALL. The core should have a very smooth surface without defects. The surface of your H80 will be the only surface that would need TIM to fill in the "cracks."
edit: I might actually consider lapping the surface of that H80 to a mirror finish and running it TIMless!
Have you played Batman AC? It's one of the coolest PC games I have played in a while.
I would cry if I had to play it on an XBOX or even with and AMD card (the game is neutered). Not having Physx takes away MUCH of the cool effects in the game.
All I am saying is if you have the cards in your...
I have an Asus Xonar Essnece STX and I get crackling/stuttering at the Nvidia Intro in Batman Arkham City. I have also heard it elsewhere, but always in this intro. It's not occurring in-game that I can tell.
It's not that this particular anomaly bothers me as much as I want to...