I'm looking for a decent AGP card somewhere around ~$50.
I don't need it to play Oblivion with maximized settings @ 60 FPS, but being able to run Oblivion, or use Aero effects, or even allow me to run Halo 2 would be a big improvement over my MX440.
I found a batch for sale @ Tiger Direct when I was googling them today...
(e2140 before - Google cache) (e2140 now - TD store)
(e2160 before - Google cache) (e2160 now - TD store)
I couldn't buy one because my school blocks paypal. :(
Let me start by stating the setup I have/have planned so far:
2GB ddr2-800 patriot ELK
7900GS pci-e card
2x 200gb sata drives (raid 0)
Tuniq Tower & Antec 900 for air cooling
What would be a good cheap board with some overclocking room (400-450mhz FSB is my target) and SLI...
I was wondering if anyone knows the performance difference between Patriot's LLK modules and their ELK modules (PDC22G6400ELK and PDC22G6400LLK to be specific).
I'd think that the LLK (low latency) ones would be better for overclocking and the ELK (eased latency) modules would bet better for...
DDR2 2GB PC2-6400 800MHz Dual Channel Patriot PDC22G6400ELK
In case you didn't see it, it was on sale for $130 at Fry's (Hot Deals).
I was wondering if anyone knew more specifics about this model...
Newegg lists it as having 5-5-5-12 timings @ ddr2-800 w/ 2.0v, but the manufacturer's...
I'm looking to buy a new case for my main PC, and I was wondering if anyone had used this case before and has any comments regarding the ASS's performance.
I happened to be there right when they took out a single one that they just got in.
It's a 60GB too. :D
This one is #6 for me (I got 5 at launch)...
Three have been sold though, so as of now, I have 2x 60GBs and 1x 20GB.
Now, I know anyone else who's been waiting patiently for the past few months for a Tuniq knows that they were supposed to be in stock in mid-September, then early/mid-October, etc...but, I have a good feeling about this time. :D
I am builidng a PC with these specs:
Gigabyte DS3 mobo
2x GB DDR2 800
Geforce 7900 GS
I plan on OC'ing the proc and GPU, and so I've been researching a liquid system to keep temps low. Anyways, I plan on purchasing one of these WC sets to keep things cool....
I have the opportunity to acquire one of these cards (I get to pick which), and I am faced with a conundrum.
Which one should I pick?
Logical order would state a 7900 would surpass the abilities of a 7800, but the same could be said about a GT surpassing a GS.
Anyone got any ideas...
I've been planning on getting a new video card with these specs:
I had planned on getting one out of three $190-225 cards in Newegg, but now they're all gone. They aren't just out of stock, they are not carried anymore.
Now cards with those specs start at $159...
Of course you do.
I know, because I was once in your position, but now I know the secret to getting cheap computer stuff.
This story will explain:
I went over to my dad's uber-rich friend's house to watch football today, and he asks me to try and fix his Dual-Monitor setup. Normally, I'd...
My goal is to get as close to water cooled temps as possible, for under/around $100 (including cooling CPU, GPU, N/B, and RAM).
I believe a proper AC system cheaper than a more expensive WC setup and nearly/just as effective.
System will be a e6400 (OC'ed, of course) with 2GB pc6400...
Right now I'm looking at dual x1600PRO cards (seen here http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16814161009) running in CrossFire mode, however, I'm not an ATI fanatic and really do not care what brand I get as long as I get the most bang for my buck. If there is some well-known...
Sorry if you were expecting a sweet pic of a sweet submegerged pc...right now this WIP is in beta testing. :p
I'm planning on doing the comp shown above (cooled with mineral oil), but I'm missing a few key pieces of information:
1.) Would this pump work with low viscosity mineral oil?