I believe I used some from the box full of screws that came with the case. So yes, it did come with it.
The 115i has okay performance, although I'm looking to upgrading to one of Swiftech's or EKWB's AIOs in the future. I set a custom fan curve so that the fans don't go to 90% during load. Now they operate at 70% at 70 degrees. For what made a difference for me was the position my rad was mounted in. This case a gap between where the rad is and the top of the case. Moving it to the front dropped by temps. by at least 5 or more degrees.
Excellent. Amazing. Superb. Awesome. Spectacular.
Now the k95 is here: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16823816013
Anyways, about Activision's demo. http://www.nextpowerup.com/news/1058/activision-shows-off-stunning-facial-animation-demo.html "Activision's tech was being demonstrated using 'two year old laptop hardware.'" The fact it doesn't require a 690 or something of that sort is nice to make realistic images as these.
I heard about the Oculus Rift. Wasn't it shown at CES 2013?
My RAM was $40 when I bought it. Now it's $60 ._.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811139019 April 4th
Another source, same thing. http://www.tomshardware.com/news/Titan-GK110-Nvidia-Tesla-geforce,21578.html
Just another source. The DirectX Blue does sound interesting, but would probably take a long time if it came.
Somewhat like a 780 possibly? http://www.techpowerup.com/181601/NVIDIA-Working-on-Second-GK110-based-GeForce-Graphics-Card-for-Summer.html
Oh good :D
I meant the GTX 7xx series of cards lol. Just a side note, it sucks that only Windows 8 has support for DirectX 11.1, but I hope it isn't that big of an improvement.
If I recall, nVidia said the 7xx series of cards won't be as powerful as the Titan.
First build I've seen with that cooler
Had a feeling it was that since the word "Eclipse" was replaced by something else.
Ah, another person I've seen with a Saitek Eclipse!
Came out http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130898
People already bought it.
From what I heard, you can't notice ghosting below 8ms.
What next, a Corsair headset?
I went to Fry's and was surprised on how great an IPS panel looks. Not only that but I could see the difference in viewing ranges between an IPS and TN
panel. I could easily see the difference between 60hz and 120hz. The games with the source engine I can easily get 120 fps and gives a reason why to get a 120hz monitor. But with Planetside 2 and other graphic demanding games, I can't get all the way up to 120 fps without spending $1,000+. So in the end, I'll probabaly get the VN247H-P.
Going to crossfire your APU with a 6670 next?
Won't bottleneck at all...
Oh yeah, Newegg link: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121724
PSU is upside down.
lol, DDR4 ram with a GTX 890. But yeah... DDR4 looks interesting and when it comes out, I wonder how APUs will perform with it.
It seems like everyone is complaining about the price and I don't blame them. The fact the 690 can perform as good for the same price is a mistake.
Although two Titans in SLI, they do perform better than a lot of GPUs.
All the benchmarks came out today. I agree on the price issue...
Release date and price: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121724&Tpk=nvidia%20titan
I heard the first the week of June.
I believe there is one... lol
I later found out a few days ago after making this thread.
When you did get the keyboard over the year?
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-titan-gk110-review,3438.html Another to add.
Just thought I bring this up, but this is interesting http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8sXeSwe1_dU&list=UUXuqSBlHAE6Xw-yeJA0Tunw&index=4
Also, does this uses passive 3D? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236262&Tpk=VG23AH
In the end, I'll probably get a 120hz or 144hz monitor or the VN247H-P
$370 for the Corsair 900D.
What's wrong with getting a high end case?
Anyways, back onto deciding on the monitor.
I can't believe I didn't read your thread! Very helpful.
Hopefully I will have some time to go to my Microcenter to further help my monitor choice. They run a benchmark on a computer (in crossfire) there and
I wonder if I could ask them to sample monitors. I also have a CompUSA and 4 Frys near me, too. Btw, the VN247H-P is on sale for $170. Again, thanks for all the help!
As for the 3 monitors... the triple monitor isn't necessary, but is it practical?
With technology moving so fast, I could image seeing monitors with high resolution in the future.
Thank you for all the advice :)
How are the speakers?
I've also been thinking about two MX249s... as with more displays, should I get a video card 4GB or 6GB of vRam or just stick with 2GB?
Doesn't have Corsair link and I believe it uses the same CPU block as the H55.
H110 has a 140mm wide rad.
Since you're thinking of getting one, you should probably go for the H100i or H110.
That's $120 more though... but with the price of the build, I can see it fitting in there. I'm wondering if a 690 would've been a better choice.