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About Brandonsr

  • Title
    Known to play video games on occasion
  • Birthday 1994-01-03

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    Palm Beach, Florida
  • Occupation
    Going to school for Mechanical Engineering


  • CPU
    i5 3570k
  • Motherboard
    ASRock Extreme 3 Gen 3 z68
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1070 FE
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide Air 540
  • Storage
    Samsung 840 120gb, and some various HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair TX750
  • Cooling
    Custom Loop
  • Keyboard
    Ducky DK9008G2 PRO MX Cherry Blue
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  1. This is exactly what I did when I purchased my 480. It only cost me 150$ after everything was said and done, granted I still have to wait for the rebates to go through. And my experience with Jet has been great, for those of you that are worried.
  2. I would get the 3GB model. Honestly I wouldn't bother with the 6gb, the price difference is not worth it in my opinion.
  3. I was just about to purchase this through Newegg, then I saw someone write about Jet in the link you posted. I just picked this card up from Jet for $150 after all the savings and coupons were added. Granted I'll have to wait for a few rebates to go through, but I'm still happy.
  4. I'm too busy to play as many games, and it felt like a waste. I pocketed some cash and I figured something cheaper would be good.
  5. I just sold my GTX 1070, and might be picking up a 1050 ti. I'm curious to see how well it fairs on the market.
  6. I use a TI-84 plus for college and in my calculus classes. The TI-89 is not allowed for majority of the classes at my school and is considered too advanced.
  7. For me personally I would go 1440p 60hz.
  8. For $285 I would certainly get the 980ti, that's a really good value for the amount of performance you will receive.
  9. Losing screws is very easy to do, however I don't think that I've ever stripped a screw during a build. It would have to be pretty extremely tight and maybe using the wrong size bit for something like that to happen.
  10. My 10th one was found here, it is true about the articles. If you are having trouble just start searching through them. http://www.evga.com/articles/00739/
  11. I'm currently at 9/10, not sure if I will find that last one.
  12. I would rather have a decent constant frame-rate (decent is relative) with no dips. The dips make it jerky, especially in games where being steady is important. But again, it all depends on how severe it all is. Grand Theft Auto both 4 and 5 have always been funny when it comes to framerates.
  13. Not the greatest scores, but it was interesting to see. I'll play around with some overclocking and see what I can get. CPU i5 3570kGPU(s) EVGA GTX 1070 FEAverage FPS 88.8Score 3714 stock - 4023 overclocked