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  1. target39

    XFX Vs Seasonic Vs EVGA

    Don't judge a PSU by its brand, judge the PSU by its manufacturer because some brands use multiple OEMs for different power supplies. For example, Brand A (reputable brand) may use OEM 1 (good) for its high end power supplies, while it may also use OEM 2 (crappy) for its cheap power supplies. I would recommend using jonnyguru.com to find reviews and information on these power supplies to see if they are worth it or not. XFX - http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story9&reid=216 EVGA (review is for 500w version, but they are internally similar) - http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story6&reid=351
  2. Here's the PC with four watercooled 7990's (no risers) and dual LGA2011 Xeons if anyone's interested. http://devgurus.amd.com/message/1284618
  3. Software limitations/PCIe bus limitations and such. I've seen a rig run 8 GPU's with four 7990's before, but it probably wasn't used for gaming. Only rendering and mining machines would benefit from over 4 GPU's. I think NVIDIA's current SLI limit is five GPU's, but I may be wrong.
  4. I have the I5-3337U Dell XPS 12 and got 223cb plugged in on high performance, so you must be on power saver mode. Just ran it unplugged on power saver mode and got 69cb.
  5. Also, is it on High Performance mode? I have the same laptop and will do the same benchmark soon.
  6. target39

    10 Steam games Christmas giveaway [CLOSED]

    Awesome! Hope you had a great Christmas and have a happy new year!
  7. target39

    Ever had issues selling on ebay

    Yeah, 48 or 72 hours are the usual time limits set for payments by most sellers on eBay. Some sellers may go up to 7 days for more expensive items. In fact, most large stores on eBay clearly say that on a Payment section in their listing. If he doesn't respond or pay within 2 or 3 days of pressing the buy it now button, file a case for non payment and re-list. Also, $650 is a lot of money, so to minimize risk of being scammed, take lots of pictures and meticulously record everything you can such as serial numbers, cosmetic defects, parts, functionality, etc. because unfortunately, eBay is biased towards the buyer, rather than the seller, so it is very easy to be scammed by a buyer with reporting items DOA, returning different/damaged products (which is why serial numbers are important), etc.
  8. target39

    Intel NUC Giveaway

    Awesome! Thanks Intel!
  9. target39

    LTT Conglomerate main discussion thread

    Haha exactly. *cough*EA*cough*Ubisoft
  10. target39

    LTT Conglomerate main discussion thread

    I guess the release date must have been pushed back because according to several sources, it won't be finished until 2016 now...
  11. target39

    Intel Core i7 5820K Giveaway

    I'd love to win an X99 chip. I have a Rampage IV Extreme sitting, collecting dust. Maybe it's time to get an X99 motherboard.
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    LTT Hall of Remembrance

    Is this true? I remember PCBS, but I don't remember doing bad things... Didn't he "leave" the forums because of trolls in the August of last year? I mean, he made a thread about it. Is he the guy who "left" and came back, because I remember someone doing that.
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    LTT Hall of Remembrance

    Oh yeah, I remember those guys. I always thought JoeltheZombie would become the overall post leader after being the first to reach 5,000 posts. WoodenMarker seems to have that won, for now... To be honest, some of the members who left didn't have to make it so public by announcing it. There's definitely been a lot more contributors than that who have left the forum for different reasons without us acknowledging it. It makes me wonder whether or not some of them just did it for the attention. For all we know, they could have just "left" and made a new account. I'm not trying to disrepect those members listed, just my two cents.
  14. You forgot to say your signature ending, "As always, don't forget to subscribe to LinusTechTips for unboxings, reviews, and other computer videos." Congratulations on the million!