People need to learn to observe letters and numbers.
Notice this was built in February. It tells you right above the CPU and GPU temp/clock boxes.
Are you joking or are you serious? Hard to tell. He meant Intel cpu with a GTX 970.
Best Buy sells them along with reference 770's.
If an aftermarket cooler, ie not the reference, the temps for Hawaii normally don't go above 75C. GK110 is hotter because of GPU Boost 2.0 where it overclocks the graphics card until it reaches 80C.
Yea, they are wuite the steal right now. I think one is right around $600.
Like the Alag said, BestBuy is the only place that sells reference x70 cards that direct from Nvidia. I put the x because there is the 770 sold there as well.
Just a tip here, don't use link shorteners. They are against site rules.
Isn't it normally the other way around when it comes to overclocking graphics cards. Where the core can go higher than the memory.
Possibly RAID or he just had them laying around.
I think she needs an extension cable for the mouse.
That is one expensive present. Damn lucky.
You should have waited to post this as it isn't complete. Nice part selection though.
That doesn't look like a 290.
I already had three that didn't give me any trouble but I got 4 AF120's a few days ago, I'm not sure what happened. It almost seemed like the screw got half way into the plastic core but wouldn't budge either way.
How do you feel about the Corsair fans? I managed to twist and break the rubber parts without even getting close to tightening all the way.
It was just on sale recently from Newegg or Amazon recently. I remember seeing it myself.
If you don't plan on overclocking, that Xeon is great because it has hyperthreading but is only costs a little bit more than than an i5.
They should work in SLI, I've seen other combinations of brands before.
I'm pretty sure you don't need 16 threads just for multitasking.
You should move the GPU to the top pcie slot.
I have the H440 myself. You have to be very conscious of airflow orientation considering airflow is less than that of other cases.I have noticed slightly higher temps than my previous case but if you have high end fans, the effect on temps is greatly dampened.
Doesn't perform better in workstation scenarios, the Titan does but the 980 is better in gaming.
Can we get a picture of the whole build with the case without that weird angle that is in the rest.
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Was expecting a Sapphire Vapor X card, nevertheless, nice build.
A 4690k will be good for you then.
The most intensive game possible or you can use Furmark which puts an unrealistic load on the GPU that no game could come close to matching.
3DMark doesn't put a load on long enough to reach max temperatures.
Ir actually depends on the motherboard how the pcie lanes are arranged in sli.
They look so similar I didn't even notice lol.
They have actually dropped in price to $1500 so the only acceptable use is taking the place of using two separate Titans.
Because nobody wants a Titan Z. It is an abomination that should have never existed.
The case in the pictures is not the same one that's listed. The one in the pictures is the $140 Corsair 750D.
I think he is a Bronie.
See the problem is, even with this case my temps on the card were 70C before yesterday. Suddenly out of nowhere, it's reaching its thermal limit. The temp peaked at 93C to be exact. Everything else is fine, only load temps are messed up.
I actually posted on TH aswell and we couldn't figure it out. I sent in a support ticket to Sapphire. Anyways I have a H440 so airflow is less than perfect. You can see my specs here: http://pcpartpicker.com/user/hjj174/saved/zvmLrH
That resolution is almost twice the amount of pixels as a single UHD monitor. Keep in mind that a single UHD is the equivalent of 4 FHD monitors. Three 980s could barely get you over 60 FPS in games on ultra settings. So to put it simply, you have a close equivalent of two 4k monitors over three monitors. My recommendation is to wait for GM200 if you are dead set on doing this.
Are you sure it's not the actual GPU itself. The actual chip can make a whining noise, especially when ridiculously high frame rates are involved. Look at the game Space Engineers. There isn't an FPS cap on the menus which actually caused my previous GPU to whine quite loudly.
Ehhh, it actually ends up about the same.
Definitely, they are actually one of the more popular brands.
The latency of the ram.
No, the H80i should come with some pre applied.
There you go.
The build details tells the date.
Wait for the 285X, it is supposed to be coming out soon from what I hear.
The DVI-I ports on the 980 are actually DVI-D compatible. As with your other post about 4790K's, were they official reviews or customer reviews?
Well, the TJMax temp, when it shuts down to stop damage, is 105C but I wouldn't suggest temps too far over 80C. Besides, games won't or anything else won't push the CPU to temperatures that Prime 95 will.