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About DJHoro

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  • Birthday Dec 27, 1988

Profile Information

  • Location
    Fresno, CA
  • Gender
  • Interests
    I Like Computers, Games, Anime, Manga, Electronic Music, Cars, Headphones, Football, more electronics that I cant Remember and uh....idk....more guy stuff..


  • CPU
    Intel i7 4770k @ 4.3GHz
  • Motherboard
    Asus Maximus VI Hero
  • RAM
    16GB (2x8GB) G.Skill Sniper DDR3 @1866 CL9
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 650 Ti Boost 2GB Twin Frozr (In SLI) 1100/1550
  • Case
    Phantom 530 (In White)
  • Storage
    OCZ Agility 4 (128GB ssd) + 2x 2TB Seagate Barracuda HDDs
  • PSU
    Corsair cx750m
  • Display(s)
    Dell S2740L (27" IPS Display with Glass front)
  • Cooling
    Corsair H80 Liquid Cooler (too poor to get the good stuff)
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G11 (Time to Upgrade)
  • Mouse
    Logitech G9x
  • Sound
    On board Sound for now....

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  1. My friend actually showed me a few of your videos (Linus) and I remember them making me laugh while also being very informative. The oldest video I remember watching is that Moxie shower head review...lol. I still kinda want one. Anyways keep up the great videos!
  2. Nice phone. The Color tone adjusting settings is awesome and honestly should come standard on android. My HTC one max screen is a little too warm for me. How nice of dbrand so actually send a review unit though. I never knew this phone had FF Speakers. Major plus. I love the way dbrands skins look on the back of the phone but im not sure if I like skins on the front.
  3. Pretty sure this isn't meant to replace the old shield. They called it an addition to the shield family and it isn't called the shield 2 (its called Shield Tablet). Anyhew was that a 3.5mm headphone jack on the controller? if it is then its a nice touch.
  4. My favorite part of the g550JK...The IPS display. I cant stand the color shifts in most TN panels.
  5. I know we just had a small argument in another thread about vram but lemme just say I don't think you where getting frame drops because the card weren't fast enough to push over 3gb of vram. I think you had frame drops because the cards vram was maxing out.
  6. sigh* ok. you win. Sorry for not believing you. Don't want to make this thread any more off topic.
  7. So now your saying it can push 3gb+ of vram then? You do realize you said a 780 cant make use of over 3Gb of vram, not that it slows down. why would they make a 6GB 780 if over 3gb couldn't be used?
  8. Still doesn't change the fact that people like to see tested results. I'm sorry, its just the first I've heard of this on a 780.
  9. To alot of people it does. Not everyone can take someones word at face value. They wanna see real tests and results in a controlled environment. I just thought that if a 780 had trouble maxing out over 3GB of vram that it would be a more widely known issue. Edit: fixed
  10. Damn I didn't realize higher frequency ram got so cheap.
  11. Sorry I meant an official source where the cards have been thoroughly tested and benched. A reputable source if possible.
  12. SLIing your 760 is the cheapest way to get 780 Ti like performance period. Most Major AAA title games do support SLI now too. (I actually cant think of one that doesn't or wont in the near future) The only thing holding your card back is the 2GB of vram and memory bandwidth so you're gonna have trouble maxing textures in some demanding games. Still SLI 760s will still perform superb in 1080p and even 1440p. Just remember though that SLI uses more power and creates more heat. I have never heard of this. Do you have source?
  13. If selling the 770s gets you less than what you need for a 780 Ti then I wouldn't do it. If heats that much of an issue you can use a program like MSI afterburner to limit temps by throttling. You can also limit frames in games so the cards don't get pushed as hard. If It was me though I would probably buy some Kraken g10s and put Cheap AIO cooling kits on them lol.
  14. I think you meant 1866 Ram. Anyways some games are starting to take advantage of higher ram. When shopping for ram I try to look at a few things. Price, good reviews, reliability, lower cas latency, and if it matches the look of my MoBo. If you see a good reliable set of 1600MHz thats on sale, then get that. If you see an 1866MHz set thats just a few $$$ more then get that. Just try not to pay way more money for a higher frequency ram. I think this is a little misleading. There are certain applications where higher frequency ram is better and timings can always be adjusted.
  15. Indeed. Sli 760s can run multi monitors fine but I agree with what your saying. More/Faster vram is better for more pixels.