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  1. I watched the Nvidia webcast on Twitch tonight. So it looks like we learned a a few things about the new GTX 1080: Available May 27th $599 MSRP $699 founders Edition(Overclocking version) 2.1 GHz GPU on air cooling. 8GB of GDDR5X memory 65 degrees C on air cooling at 2.1 GHz 180 Watts power draw GTX 1080 is faster than a TItan X or 980 SLI. Nvidia's chart showed the GTX 1080 being about 20-25% faster than a Titan X with a lot lower power draw The GTX 1080 has the ability to do corrected view angles on 3+ monitors and 16 different vi
  2. So last night my GPU started overheating and turning off and I realized my fans are not spinning. (I have a GTX 980ti G1 Gaming). The "silent mode" lights are on and the fans turn off as soon as windows 10 boots up. Even when I'm playing graphically intensive games the fans wont turn on. I tried reinstalling the drivers and it didn't work. I'm clueless when it comes to computers please help. Update: I got my fans working but for some reason it still crashes. I don't know what the hell is going on with my pc.
  3. World of Tanks 9.15 GPU Comparison and Analysis Introduction: World of Tanks updated to version 9.15 which added new technology to the game. Now the game supports multi core CPUs and is not dependent on single threaded CPU performance. This should allow for an increase in frames per second with the same hardware compared to earlier versions of World of Tanks. For smooth game play you want to keep your minimum FPS(Frames per Second) above 30 FPS. Games can start looking like a slide show below 30 FPS. Games tend to look smoother and are easier to play when you keep your mini
  4. Hey guys, I got a laptop over a month ago and I noticed that my fps in games was lower then it should be. After looking in MSI afterburner and GPU-Z I noticed that my gpu does not have a clock speed higher than 400 and a memory speed higher than 900. This GPU is supposed to have a 925 clock and 1000 for the memory. My laptop is a Lenovo Y40-80, specs are : CPU: Intel core i7 4510 (hyperthreaded dual core) Clocked at 2ghz stock and 3.1ghz turbo GPU: AMD r9 m275x 2gb gddr3 clocked at 925/1000 ( it is just below a gtx860m and higher then the 950m) It is a desktop 7770 slightl
  5. Introduction: For how popular of a game as World of Tanks is, I haven't seen many benchmarks comparing different graphics cards/GPUs to the game performance. You might see one popping up every year or two with limited info about testing methods. When I read that 9.14 was going to move the sound processing to another CPU core, I decided that after 9.14 was released, it would be a good time to compare different GPUs. I'm going through the process of using different GPUs with the same replays to compare their performance. For smooth game play you want to keep your minimum FPS(Frames
  6. I posted this on the NA forums a few days ago and forgot to post it here also. http://forum.worldoftanks.com/index.php?/topic/470166-actual-video-memory-required-for-playing-world-of-tanks/ I was curious about how much video memory was actually required to run World of Tanks. So, I fired up MSI afterburner, enabled logging, and ran a pair of replays through multiple video settings. What I found is that a GPU with 2 GB of video memory should be adequate for playing World of Tanks at 1920x1080 resolution. The maximum memory used by the GPU was about 1.5 GB. Some notes: M
  7. BREAKING NEWS: Just found my PC specs (don't ask why it's a factory made PoS). Here is the PC I currently own (and bought in 2010). http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-Pavilion-Elite-HPE-Desktop-PC-series/4269972/model/4324610/document/c02504610/ So, I've decided that the computer that I own needs an upgrade. Primarily looking at the GPU (maybe a RAM stick but they're cheap). I've taken a look (not considering my slot type yet because I'm not near my PC) at these two GPUs: http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=8899411&CatId=11972 http://www.tigerdire
  8. Edit: price reduced for quick sale! Hi tech peeps. I'm gonna ask here first since I'd rather to sell it to someone cool rather than a random stranger online. So as some of you may know, I upgraded my PC a couple months ago. Before doing enough research, ended up buying an R9 280. Turns out it isn't as much as I was hoping for, so I then upgraded to a 970 (regrets are still had, 390 is apparently better, But oh well, I plan on SLI'ing in the future anyways). Tl;dr: Selling (slightly) used Sapphire 280, still in excellent condition (no OC done), will be shipped to anywhere in the lower 48 US, as
  9. So I wanted to get into overclocking my graphics card to see what I could get up to in terms of stable OCs. Watched some vids on youtube and decided to try it out. I have a EVGA GTX 660 with the reference design cooler and stock clocks (not OCed or SCed from factory). Here are my reuslts so far: I wanted to know what you guys were getting in terms of OCing with specifically the GTX 660, if you guys have it... Can I get it higher? If you guys see me doing something wrong I'm all ears for some pointers as this is my first time. Note: Since this is the internet, everybody's gonna
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