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Go for it; that's about the price you'd look at paying for the entry 6 core.

I know but I'm deciding whether to pull a plug on an 8 core Xeon, 3960x, 4820k and wait till Haswell or Haswell-E has it's offerings on the 2011 platform before X99 chipset and DDR4 comes out in Q1 2015. Broadwell will be out by then.

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Originally Posted by VXAce View Post

Haha, nothing at all. Guess I never saw those posts? I'm usually under the impression I'm the youngest around, being 16 and all, I seem to be a rarity in IRC and what not. Glad to see that someone younger resides here. >.<<br />
Hope you don't stall on homework here like I do. tongue_smile.gif  

Oh dear, we scared someone away.
I'm 15 and chat on irc all the time tongue.gif I get how it feels. wink.gif
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I'm 15 and chat on irc all the time tongue.gif I get how it feels. wink.gif

:tongue:

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I'm 15 too.
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by DefQon View Post

I'm 15 too.

I'm 13 too

post #4536 of 6598
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

I'm 13 too
I'm 19 too.
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

I'm 13 too
Wow! That's amazing, a 13 year old in college!!! :P

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Originally Posted by gopanthersgo1 View Post

I'm 19 too.
I'm 49 too.
post #4538 of 6598
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post
 

I'm 13 too

I'm 17 too

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I'm 23, true story.

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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post
 

I don't think you guys are getting what I mean.

 

Those were poorly worded examples. The point isn't in the examples but rather in perception, theoretical, and direct numbers and the coorelation between them with failure rates. 

 

I'm not leaving this to just computers.

 

A slightly better example may be some workstation GPU's. There is evidence that a few GPU's in the past that were labeled as proffessional workstation cards were but the same 'gaming' GPU except targeted towards professionals who will pay for the certifications, software targetting etc. 

 

There are a few other cases of one same product being re sku'd etc for one company as opposed to another. Such as Laptops being SKU'd for a specific retailler.  ind The point of these cases NOT being in the product or example BUT in variables of models and the perception and theoretical and direct coorelation between all of those and failure rates

I love how Hitachi is part of WD now but WD really hasn't done anything with them as far as I've seen in the consumer market.

 

Those were only a few GPUs, and I wouldn't even call those gaming GPU's since they were lower end consumer GPU's with a higher pricetag and a Quadro or Firepro label slapped onto them. Most workstation GPUs nowadays are different though IIRC.

 

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*peeks from behind cover*

 

Is it over?  I also stopped reading the posts after a while lol

Yup.

 

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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post
 

I'm 13 too

Nope.

 

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Originally Posted by gopanthersgo1 View Post


I'm 19 too.

Nope.

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I'm currently running an i5-2500k with a GTX 680 (managed to nab for $90 taking advantage of litecoin miners lol), any potential for a bottleneck? I also streaming consistently, and I'm curious as to whether a 2600k would benefit me.

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Originally Posted by DefQon View Post
 

I'm 23, true story.

Over 9000. Contains some element of truth.

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Originally Posted by DonutDeflector View Post

Over 9000. Contains some element of truth.
The truth
Is running in our blood
The answer
Is lying here within...
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Originally Posted by psymuk View Post
 

I'm currently running an i5-2500k with a GTX 680 (managed to nab for $90 taking advantage of litecoin miners lol), any potential for a bottleneck? I also streaming consistently, and I'm curious as to whether a 2600k would benefit me.

2500k's can easily do 4.5 on air. That wouldn't bottleneck the 680 a single bit. Difference between the 2500k and 2600k is less than 5% to none clock for clock at stock or overclocked.

 

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Originally Posted by DonutDeflector View Post
 

Over 9000. Contains some element of truth.

Hey the younger you think I'am the better. ;)

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Looking at the Bitfenix Colossus Mini-ITX, there's no perforation on the side panel where the GPU is like the Prodigy, and I'm wondering if it'll be starved for air?
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