Im confused, about why arent you benching and blue screening this thing right now!? Dude start setting fans to max and cranking the multipliers and clocks.
Neat! I usually use the most versatile and affordable option to dial down my consumption lol. The cable pouch is so neat for desks thu. Thanks for the link. I learned something today..
please check out my guide. It has a 5930K and a 980 Ti and 16GB ram and 480GB SSD and other goodies
I put a lot of time into it to make sure every component is compatible according to the MSI compatibility list for ram, ssd and psu.
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I can not recreate your filter. How have you managed to do such a great list. As for my filter, I recommend looking at professional reviews such as ones done by jonnyguru or TPU before purchase of any psu.
As for the nvidia driver issue, I have seen fps drops in my gtx 760 once 960 came and same can be seen with 750ti performance upon release of 950. Look at some reviews at gamegpu.ru to start this journey of understanding if you seek the truth.
mantle games can be played on any platform; iOS, steam, windows, xlinux, etc.
how is the psu? any coil whine from it?
thermal camera benching at that scale has very little application and its more of a novelty thing in my opinion. most of the data could have been collected by othr means.
the thermal camera is fairly useful for checking cooling performance of a gpu cooler or mobo chips. for example you can see where the mobo cant dissipate its heat.
or compare various gpu brands (e.g. msi vs asus) coolers by capturing thermal reading for vrm's, mem-chips and other voltage circuitry components. removing the back plate and fan shroud should help with getting data althu it still wouldn't be easy.
all missing is ssd
MHZ > TIMMING so go with the 2133
you can play minecraft + many good games on mid and sometimes hi settings w 1080 res on an A10 APU with a corresponding crossfire GPU if you are not planing on gaming in UHD.
the crossfire GPU with 6800k for example is Radeon HD6670.
made it for you
you can read up on the outcome (benchmarks) here.
what he said and also get at least 1866 memory with tight and close to 9 timing.
AX series are based on Seasonic=crazy coil whine.
Get the RM650 for no(or at least much less) coil whine.
asus mobos are usually less likely to have coil whine.
there are better configs for using ssd. 1) you can raid 0 two 120GB ssd and have a get hhd for media use.
ditch the mobo for something better. and 6350.
get a better psu
new build go with haswell
Better Thermal Paste
Better DDR3 memory (its also in the boards memory QVL)
why add windows? linux is free!!
get a 1866 ram minimum. with a tight and close to 9 timing. personally i would get kingston or patriot. next get a psu in 600w range and ditch the hhd not the ssd. FYI the PRO is their top of the line model. evo is in between 840 and 840 pro. The evo gets its boost from software(not ideal).
i would either get a better psu at same wattage or get one with more capacity.
go for 850w minimum if you are oc'ing.
a good 500w psu should be sufficient.
RM750 should be good.
the same price nv is 760 with 4GB memory = not even close to being competitive.
take a look at 280x options
get the blue and save ur self some money. note the warranty is only 2 years i think.
get proper clamps. those garbage claps will cost you $9539
hi performance/money and good performance/size
Gigabyte has elipda memory cores and they are not as good as hynix cores. so i would go for http://pcpartpicker.com/part/sapphire-video-card-100363vxsr
depend on the mboard
if you want to be under 300 then wait for deals on 280x
if you are on a budget then get a 760 with 4GB. if you want to spend +300 then 280x and if you want to spend a bit more then get a 770.
if you going for mild oc then 212 evo should be sufficient. pair that with a nice thermal paste like mx-4 if u want the 3-5% exta cooling and make sure u have air circulation in the case.
212 evo and mx-4 for mild oc on a good case. if u got a cramped or a smaller than mid tower case go for liquid cooler.
wat he said or a search around for a 200$ gtx 760
yes its the board for AMD's next-generation Kaveri desktop APUs.
The current APU and CPU lineup, as far as i know, don't support PCIe 3 or more than 2 DIMM. plz correct me if im wrong as im writing from what i remember.