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About Death_Masta187

  • Title
    All Glory to the hypnotoad!

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  • CPU
    i7 4770k
  • Motherboard
    Asus Sabertooth z87
  • RAM
    32GB Kingston HyperX 2400
  • GPU
    2x GTX 780 Hydrocopper
  • Case
    Coolermaster HAF-XB
  • Storage
    3x SSDs(2x 256GB 840 pros, 1x 120GB 840 evo) & 2x 3TB HDDs
  • PSU
    Corsair AX860i
  • Display(s)
    Asus PB278Q & Dell 2405FPW
  • Cooling
    Custom loop
  • Keyboard
    CM Storm QuickFire XT
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder 3.5G
  • Sound
    Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Fatality
  • Operating System
    Win 7 & Ubuntu gnome

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  1. I have not used unraid before but I know vmware with Nvidia GRID GPUs works amazingly well as a DaaS solution. vmware with vcenter/vmotion allows for easy expansion as well.
  2. @dual290x Sorry its been a long time since Iv been on these forums. I'm was using a 3 port res top and lined up the hole with the hole on the back of the case. then ran a small 1 - 1.5 inch piece of tube from the res top to the fill port. I actually got kind of lucky because I didn’t pre measure and so if I had mounted my res/pump combo to the front of my case any higher or lower it would not have lined up correctly. To make the actual fill port fitting fit tighter I just used a one of the circular rubber grommet from the back of my other PCs case (the HAF-X) since it was the same size as
  3. But can you hook up an external GPU though those fancy thunderbolt ports? Maybe even hack together some sort of crossfire thing? haha
  4. This is highly dependent on screen size and how far away from the screen you are sitting IMO. Sure 720p on a screen larger than say 19" is pretty much garbage but its usable on a 12" screen down to a phone. where 4k on a 12" screen would be unusable. but 720p on a 32" TV sitting 5 feet away is also fine.
  5. Seeing that No one Lives forever 2 magazine cover in the intro makes me sad. To bad NOLF3 will never happen.
  6. Cool. that is correct. I didn’t really think it was bad gpu vram. Way to many over sights and miraculous coincidences would have had to happen before you got the card. Not imposable but highly unlikely, just slightly to the left of imposable lol. Its probably just a bug in the software you original used in your first screenshot. if cpu-z only showed 3GB of vram I would have thought it was a bad driver install (it would not hurt to download the latest drivers off nvidia's site for your GPU and install those if you have not done so already) I will repost this just in case you missed
  7. No. that is your CPU info. Click the "Graphics" tab. it will be listed there.
  8. In that screen shot you posted. it says 3071MB GTX1080 ti. it should be 11264MB(11GB)
  9. That seems odd that program is only seeing 3GB of vram on your gpu. id verify with another program that its reading correctly. Iv never heard of a GPU having that much dead vram and getting passed QC (especially an evga card) let alone still working enough to play games. Id verify vram with another program just to eliminate that as an issue. With that said Id install something like MSI afterburner or evga precision and setup the on screen display to show you CPU, RAM and GPU,Vram usage, CPU & GPU clock speeds and GPU & CPU temps. This will help you figure out of something is runni
  10. lol that's awesome! If I remember correctly I think my ATi 9800 pro only gets around 10-13k.
  11. If I have time tonight I will run 3dmark01se on my P3 1Ghz with an ATI 9800 pro Win 98 SE PC I have for retro gaming. Sure my GPU would be "cheating" but my MB does not have on board video. Id love to see Linus pop in a PCI GPU into this puppy. I’m pretty sure Geforce 6000 cards had PCI versions still. EDIT: Turns out my P3 win98 PC just crashes on the first test in 3dmark 2k1. I think my GPU is going bad (it was getting 80fps at 1024x768 before it crashed). I may try installing XP on another HDD later because turns out win 98 actually kind of sucks butt s
  12. I wish Amazon would screw up like that for me. I had ordered a 6TB WD red I got a 2 TB blue. Contacted amazon to replace it. they sent me a 6TB Gold(I kept it and they refunded me 50$, So I got a $280 drive for ~$180). A few weeks later I ordered 2 more 6TB reds and they sent me 2 2TB reds. I got a refund because they they told me inventory was screwed up on their end and to re order in a week. I waited 2 weeks and ordered 2 more 6TB reds. I received 1 6TB WD red and 1 2TB red. Asked me to return the 1 drive and place a new order. But now they wont match the price I paid original
  13. I have been confused at who the target audience is for x299/i9 since they announced it. It just looks like a 1 foot in reactionary response to AMD. This just reminds me a whole lot of how Intel responded to AMD 64 x2 back in the day. Iv learned over the years of building PCs its better to skip these types of reactionary releases from companies. They always end up half baked and rushed. wait for x399 if you are one of those people who wont go AMD no matter what; my guess is a lot of people will be saying "x399 is what x299 should have been" when it comes out. When mother board manufactures hav
  14. I use Ubuntu Gnome with the "simple dock" plug-in from the gnome shell extinctions site as my daily driver at home. If I didn’t use that id go with Fedora because Red Hat is all Iv run into in the corporate world for servers iv supported.