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Aquacomputer is the one holding me up on 980s, every week they say one more week for the active backplate to be ready. From the 290 though we saw that the active version did only a little better than the passive which was already really good. I expect similar results going forward. Titan X will take a bit of time for most to be ready I imagine
Need this stuff gone - so make some reasonable offers before it goes to fleabay. Don't bother PMing me with "herpderp what's your lowest price?" that is annoying. PM me your offer and i'll ignore/counter/take as befitting
oh darn it - i'll edit the post
Yes I'll be doing a review, but OCN long ago stopped me posting them here
Hasn't arrived yet - Dell list my order as "In Production". Supposed to arrive in a week
Nothing that I know of (FWIW I caved and bought one of these the other day when Dell had it on sale at a higher price). Couldn't find anything wrong with it though I figured there must be because of the price.
Some might prefer something bigger than 27" like many of the following..Some might prefer a 10 bit panel like this 32" BenQ http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1081065-REG/benq_bl3201ph_32_3840x2160_uhd_ips.htmlSome might prefer overclocking (78Hz) like this 31" Acer: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824009716Some might prefer full digital cinema 4k width like this LG:...
27" IPS 4K 60Hz- DP, mDP, HDMI- USB Hub with 4xUSB3 Out- Free ShipWhat's the catch (Apart from the $100 Rebate)?You have to also order a Mac Mini or a Mac Pro to be eligible for the $100 rebate. At $555 (possibly without tax) this is still the cheapest current price (Dell recently had it on sale for $540 + tax).Worth a try for IPS at this price. There are better 4k monitors for sure, but no 27+" IPS at 60Hz that I've seen at close to this price...
So I was playing around with some plots. I really like this but it's hard to understand without an explanation http://i.imgur.com/pPwt0XZ.png Essentially it's plots of relative performance vs total thickness. In other words it's designed to help you choose the best performing radiator given the two major constraints - fan RPM and available space. In other words choose the plot for your RPM (or use the top left one which averages all fan speeds), then choose your...
So just to go over how I think that the 85% should be used to calculate for an end user. Let's assume you're running push and you're considering adding additional fans and want to know the benefit. Measure your coolant temperature and your ambient temperature under load. Let's call that tcool and tamb Tdeltapush = tcool - tamb Tdeltapush&pull = ~85%(tcool-tamb) tcoolpush&pull = tamb+tdeltapush&pull So if your ambient is 20C, and you coolant under load is 30C then...
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