Can't handle the terrible memory performance or single threaded performance.
It should overclock well due to the low TDP. My question is if you even need that performance for the CPU.
Why Titan? What are you going to use Titan for? Folding@Home or BOIN. Sounds reasonable as long as nobody makes ASICs for those two purposes but I don't see much else of a use for Titan that can utilize all of its power.
You might like theoretical physics by 3-4th year. It's pretty much a branch of maths by then.
Don't you get financial aid from the government in the UK as well? At last in the Netherlands you receive anywhere between €100 and €350 monthly depending on your financial situation, and you can take zero-interest-rate student loans up to €10,000 per year as well. On top of all that you also get to use public transport for free.
All of that, and perhaps a small part-time job, should be more than enough to pay housing, food, insurance and tuition fees. (especially since tuition is about €1800/year.)
I don't qualify for any grants since they're based of family income. The student loan needs to be repaid and it's set so that the more you earn after uni, the more you pay, thus a person with a £40k graduate job will end up paying far, far more than the original loan back.
I cycle, saves me £250 in bus costs. I do get 30% off train fares, but it still costs a fair amount to travel by train.
Housing is around £3k, food is around £4k(£100/week for 40ish weeks, I don't skimp on high quality food), tuition is £3k(or £9k for people starting courses now).
Basically, the government is ******* us over in the UK. However, you pay higher tax in the Netherlands.
I noticed that no matter how "good" the soundstage of an IEM is, it can't ever beat the vastness of a mid-fi's soundstage. I'm told that the C4s have a larger stage than the Tg334s!, so I'd imagine it is somewhat up there...but this thing doesn't even touch past M100 depth. I guess this is somewhat of a learning experience. At least I do get the added benefit of an isolation headphones could never provide.
Boris says this is the same thing with speakers vs headphones. Oh boy~
Yeah, in terms of soundspace, Speakers>>>Headphones>>IEMs. What's important is imaging and positioning.