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Mr. X

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  1. Mr. X

    What graphics card(s) are in your current rig?

    SLI EVGA GTX 580
  2. Mr. X

    Soundcard/ Headset Suggestions

    If you don't need a microphone I would suggest just get a pair of headphones instead of a headset, they will have better quality drivers. Any sennheiser, beyerdynamics or Audio Technicas will do a great job and will be even better with the xonar STX as it can drive heaphones up to 600ohms
  3. Mr. X

    Watch_dogs - Coming November 19

    Can't wait for this game.
  4. Mr. X

    H80, H70 Or H1oo

    H10, more surface area means more cooling performance
  5. Mr. X

    What Is The Best Game You Have Ever Played?

    Grand Theft Auto San Andreas
  6. Mr. X

    What game(s) are your currently playing?

    Tomb Raider Sim City
  7. When we first reported on the leaked image of China Unicom's HTC One with its back cover off, some questioned its authenticity since the phone touts its unibody design in other parts of the world. Well, as we found out at HTC's Beijing launch event on Wednesday, the Chinese variants (802w, 802t and 802d; ¥4,888 or about $790 for 32GB) do indeed have a removable cover for access to their dual SIM slots and microSD slot. But the question is: how does that piece of metal come off? It's simple: the usual micro-SIM tray at the top left side of the phone is replaced by a latch release (close-up shot after the break), and pushing it up would pop the cover open, as pictured above. While this may technically not qualify for the "unibody" moniker, HTC's Vice President of China Lin Zurong told us that the removable cover and its accompanying parts at the top and bottom are cut out from the same piece of aluminum; so if you mix and match covers across two Ones of the same color, the fit or texture may not feel "right." Other than that, the Chinese One feels and looks very much the same as its foreign counterpart. And finally, we asked whether the much anticipated red HTC One will be sold in China, to which a representative replied this was originally designed with other regions -- namely Japan -- in mind, so there's no confirmation as to whether China will get it just yet. Come to think of it, wouldn't the red HTC One be a nice fit for Verizon? Source
  8. As the first Google Glass units came off the production line and started reaching members of the early-access Explorer program, we have first impressions. Unfortunately, the first feedback is bad as it seems that the battery life is extremely poor. According to Robert Scoble, one of the first consumers to try out the Google Glass, explains that "one six-minute video took 20 percent of the battery." Google did mention that Glass can last up to one full day of typical use, but applications such as video recording and have a greater impact on endurance. Nonetheless, this could end up being a deal breaker for a lot of users and even it's not the final version we doubt anything can change. Source
  9. I feel you, Activision are just milking it. They have been using the same game engine since COD4, hopefully when the next gen consoles come out they will be forced to design a new one.
  10. Mr. X

    Headlights Turn Rain Invisible

    pretty cool. Thanks for posting.
  11. Mr. X

    Winxp Is Going To Stop Being Supported By Microsoft :(

    Its about time, people need to get with the times. I understand that some people don't upgrade their systems as often as us enthusiast, but c'mon windows XP is over 10 years old now.
  12. It turns out that when Apple CEO Tim Cook stated that there won't be any new devices from the company until this fall, he was merely referring to iOS powered handhelds, the iPads and iPhones. One of Apple's oldest product lines, the MacBook, could still be in for a hardware update, which sees it mated with Intel's next-generation Core "Haswell" line of processors. What makes the move particularly interesting is that with Haswell, Intel is introducing special SKUs that feature meaty integrated graphics cores that are said to rival any and all discrete GPUs by AMD and NVIDIA under the 20W TDP envelope. This could mean that 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display could do away with discrete NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M graphics, and rely entirely on Intel's "GT3" graphics core, which reportedly features 40 execution units, and L4 eDRAM cache. This doing away of discrete GPUs could facilitate "significant redesigns," according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities. The new MacBook Pro powered by Core "Haswell" processors could arrive any time between June and fall. Source
  13. The drama that ensued between game developer Infinity Ward and its holding company/publisher Activision, over the past couple of years, apparently, isn't going to affect the developer taking turns with Treyarch to dish out a new Call of Duty title each year. A sloppy job by leading retailers Tesco Direct and Target leaked some juicy tidbits about the next addition to the franchise, including, but not limited to the official box-art. Named Call of Duty: Ghosts, the game is the first Infinity Ward production after the Modern Warfaretrilogy, which had a successful run between 2007 and 2011. The box-art itself reveals little more than an operative taking a peek through a blindfold. It's got elements from Battlefield 3 andHomefront box-arts. The game will be available at least for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, although it's unlikely that Activision will forget to milk its third cash-cow, the PC. It didn't end with the box-art. The retailers even leaked the game's expected US launch-date, which is 5th November, 2013. The title Call of Duty: Ghosts, to us, implies a story-line covering secret operatives fighting secret-wars that the world is largely oblivious to. Source
  14. Mr. X

    Geforce Gtx Titan Le

    There have been some rumors that there will be a cheaper version of the GEFORCE GTX Titan released in the summer time. Specifications indicate that the card should be fairly similar towards the Quadro K6000, let's assume for now that NVIDIA will middle out that gap with a 600~700 USD product. Now an PCB photo turned up on the web. Have a peek after the break. Here's Wcctech on it: The information we received came with a backside PCB shot and a few technical details of the upcoming GeForce GTX Titan LE GPU. As you can note, the PCB is remarkably similar to the original GeForce GTX Titan minus a few memory chips. In total, there are 20 memory chips (10 on back, 10 on front) which amounts to a 5 GB GDDR5 memory buffer across a 320-bit interface. Given NVIDIA’s Titan and 600 series specifications, the GTX Titan LE would have its memory clocked at 6008 MHz effective frequency. We can’t see anything else new on the board. The power scheme remains the same which includes 8+6 Pin PCI-e connectors, 2 SLI Gold fingers, DVI-DL, HDMI and Display port for display connectivity. It is also seen that the GTX Titan LE uses the same cooler as the GTX Titan so the overall design would be very similar. The only thing that would be changed is the GK110 with reduced core count around 2304-2496 and a 5 GB GDDR5 (384-bit) memory. Hopefully, we would be looking at a lower price range around $659-$759. Source
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