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  1. Australia able to hook up to to external gpu for gaming at home the light use at The Office price 1500$aud ish
  2. question for the community looking for a tablet or laptop convertible 2-in-1 thanks in advance
  3. no luck as you cant download episodes off line =( thank you for your help tho ?
  4. so need some help just wounding what people use on here also has the ability to download them as well ? thanks in advance
  5. since the aus $ is doing well new egg now ships to au only selected cards https://www.newegg.com/global/au/Desktop-Graphics-Cards/SubCategory/ID-48?nm_mc=KNC-GoogleAUAdwords&cm_mmc=KNC-GoogleAUAdwords-_-Sitelink-Australia-_-VGA-Cards-_-Global&gclid=CjwKCAjw2NvLBRAjEiwAF98GMXkUPSg7aEfkeF-xOGRnCUiU4StW4mwVxCWUlq2QHIkzXhN24sI0QhoC2RgQAvD_BwE or go to the USA nvidia store titan xp are currently going for the price of what Australians are paying every where else for 1080ti i did this and used auspost shopmate account happy shopping http://store.nvidia.com/store?Action=DisplayGlobalSelectPage&Env=BASE&Locale=en_US&SiteID=nvidia&ThemeID=326200
  6. https://www.engadget.com/2017/04/11/nvidia-posts-mac-drivers-for-pascal-graphics-cards/ NVIDIA is quickly making good on its promise to support its latest graphics cards on Macs. The GPU giant has quietly posted beta macOS drivers (direct download) that should support any GeForce 10-series card, whether it's a simple GTX 1050 or an all-out beast like the Titan Xp. It's a big step forward for Mac users who've had to settle for 9-series cards at best. However, the big challenge will be making the most of the cards given the current Mac lineup -- this is as much an investment in the future as anything. Right now, this makes the most sense if you have a previous-generation Mac Pro and are either a gamer (not the biggest segment of Mac users, we know) or run media creation apps that can take advantage of NVIDIA's added computing power. Otherwise, you're looking at decidedly unofficial solutions, such as external Thunderbolt graphics enclosures (which do appear to work) or "Hackintosh" systems using off-the-shelf PC parts. While there's nothing official, you could see this as laying groundwork for the Mac Pro relaunch, which could come as soon as 2018. Even if Apple has no intention of shipping NVIDIA graphics with the new desktops, this should give you more choice for video cards if the stock options don't cut it.
  7. https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16823193029
  8. http://www.tomshardware.com/news/nvidia-titan-xp-graphics-card-gp102,34079.html
  9. Nvidia shield tablet i ask this question about 6 months ago haven't looked back
  10. ... ehhh or get 2 1080ti's........
  11. I know that price is .... Yeh we will go with not good ?
  12. https://www.scorptec.com.au/product/Cases/ATX/67617-TOU2.0SIV-1065W found that ?
  13. just wounding if anyone can recommend this for daily use in ambience lighting if if any one could recomand a good screen for it this is my first projecter dipping my feet in just wounding for the price of it is it worth it for a 1080p screen
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