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Epeen is always worth it.

I'll ask if they have it in 16GB sticks, buy 8 of them for 128GB of 3000MHz RAM, watercool the RAM for looks and add in quad-SLI Titans.
add another Titan for PhysX!
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add another Titan for PhysX!

If only hydralogix worked well....
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Nothing I own is overclocked. ain't nobody got time for that.

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Pictures as promised:

 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Jesterphile View Post

Pictures as promised:













Nice. You dont see those flipper mobo style mounts that often.
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Nice. You dont see those flipper mobo style mounts that often.

 

It seems to be a mainly silverstone thing I guess. It seems to work ok for keeping my CPU cool as the GPU and bottom of the case kind of form a wind tunnel for the Noctua tower. Although without a rear-exhaust reference cooler on the GPU it can get toasty in the top section apparently - I've never had any heat issues though and mine isn't a reference cooler..

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Nice cable management :)

It looks so small, especially when I look at my Silverstone case for comparison(RV-02).

 

Dell U2312HM screen?

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A lot of you college guys use single screens? Is management space that small?
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A lot of you college guys use single screens? Is management space that small?

Easier to transport a single screen as well. Space depends on where you study/live.

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Easier to transport a single screen as well. Space depends on where you study/live.
Rather than one big screen. I like dual screens :/
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Rather than one big screen. I like dual screens :/

I'd like dual screens as well, but haven't got space. Triple U3011's would be craycray.

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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

Nice cable management :)

It looks so small, especially when I look at my Silverstone case for comparison(RV-02).

 

Dell U2312HM screen?

U2412HM, you were close :)

 

I had the RV01 back when it was new I reckon I can fit the TJ08-E inside a RV-0x haha

 

I have 2 monitors at work, this PC is basically just for games and as I couldn't afford 3 monitors I stuck with the 1 :D

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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

I'd like dual screens as well, but haven't got space. Triple U3011's would be craycray.

 

I barely have any spare room on my desk from just having one 30 incher.

 

I do hope higher res screens are around the corner, anyone know anything about that?

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I barely have any spare room on my desk from just having one 30 incher.

 

I do hope higher res screens are around the corner, anyone know anything about that?

They're available now. $5500 for a 4k 32" TV. Not sure about PC monitors though.

 

EDIT: LOL Mass Effect 3 with every 4K texmod I can find, 1600p resolution, 16x AF, 32x CSAA and 8xAA for transparency and I still get 60fps. I should take screenshots.


Edited by Tangster - 3/19/13 at 6:37am
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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

They're available now. $5500 for a 4k 32" TV. Not sure about PC monitors though.

 

Looks like we're about 5 years away until they come down to a more reasonable ~2k price point?

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