I'm used to evga's killer support. But for AMD and after googling like crazy for best Radeon makers, I still don't know which brand has the best customer support. I want a company that has the less bs.
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Quieter than the competition. Good performance. Extremely smaller than others. Great for Steamboxes... perhaps the best companion for those as well. Is...
Would love to "smart" up one of my ancient TV. Giving it screen mirroring capability such as Miracast is a must. 802.11n is too slow from my previous experience. So any 802.11ac dongles out there? Coming soon?
Size: 4x4 inches
-I think integrated CPU--Sandy Bridge for now, Ivy Bridge later.
-2 Mini PCIe
-Thunderbolt: External GPU with this small guy!! :eek:
I think we're almost there for DIY laptops. :cool:
I'm only aware of higher end cards. So, what is the fastest card that doesn't require a PCI express power connector and takes power straight out from the motherboard? :D Can be Red or green, but preferably green.
I've tried asking in AVS Forum for assistance, but I did not receive any reliable information regarding the subject of using HDTV as monitor. Instead, I am coming back here.
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Looking for a LED HDTV 46" - 52". My budget is around $800 - $1500.
I need recommendations...
I'm interested in purchasing a new 47" TV but I've remembered somewhere that people were saying the texts are blurry and such. My question is how blurry? Day and night difference compared to a 24" monitor?
How's the efficiency of this PSU? If it's good, then this is a monster for any SFF system without the huge ATX/SFX PSU in the way! They also have a 500w with 70% efficiency. Shuttle will be selling their 500w PSU "80+...
my own mockup:
Heatsink + all the cooling: $70
Darn good deal if you ask me!
Just wondering because this case looks roomy for a big videocard such as GTX 280. It can fit in a fullsize 120mm and a ATX PSU. The exterior design is just great. It also has that classy look on the front and the back. :cool: