My trusty Haswell workhouse I've had since 2013. It was originally had Crossfire paired Gigabyte Windforce OC 7950s. I sold those in March 2014 and stepped up to EVGA GTX-780s in SLI. I also made the step up from a H60 to the H100, and moved to having the SSD boot drive with a 1TB storage drive. I offloaded all of my data and media storage to my NAS tower and backup on the WD external drive. This was the evolution from Tyderian 2 to Tyderian 2.1.
Which brings us to today's changes. Tis a sad day.... one of my 780s died this morning. It has shuffled loose the digital coil. It has ceased to be. It is an ex-GPU.
RIP 780 #2 , 4/13/2014 - 10/9/2017
These are one of the best gaming headsets I've ever had. They're quite comfortable for grinding out marathon gaming sessions. As one might expect from Sennheiser, they produce crisp and clear sound, and well balanced surround replication, while the mike produces a very clear capture of your voice. I bought mine back in March of 2014 and 5 and a half years later they are still working just fine. The only issue I've experienced is around September of 2017, the mute switch built into the mic boom would no longer activate as it should when pushing the boom up and away from my mouth. A very minor inconvenience and not worth taking away a star. I will absolutely buy another GAME ONE headset whenever this one finally dies.