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Im 99% sure he forgot to say M.

So... you don't know what the Aorus X7 is do you? Or the GS60? Or the GS70 for that matter?


Pretty sure you guys should look into what advancements are being made into smaller components. The GTX 760 is already in an ultra tiny form factor from one or more vendors. This is not entirely out of the question, what Gigabyte is doing.
     
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..So, 980Mhz with a boost clock of >1033Mhz versus 800Mhz?

The GK104 GPUs compare well to Tahiti until you get into OCing simply because they're clocked so much higher while being slower...Not that the 760 is a slouch of a GPU or anything, I'm glad Gigabyte are using GK104 for this simply because Tahiti is a bit too warm for this small of a case.
I'm guessing you're one of those people that demands 60fps minimum, then? Because my HD7950 maxes out everything, I'm only considering an upgrade simply because Skyrim goes below 30fps occasionally with mods and I'm considering going to Linux where nVidia's drivers are far, far better.

not really im averaging 20ish fps most of the time so go figure
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Then blame wherever you're from as that seems to be your problem.



........ so just because i dont live in the states its automatically my fault. get off your high horse.

anyway besides the egg i've not found any other channel that sells it let alone anywhere outside the states
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........ so just because i dont live in the states its automatically my fault. get off your high horse.

anyway besides the egg i've not found any other channel that sells it let alone anywhere outside the states

I never said it was your fault. I said it was the fault of where you live, and that because of that it was your problem.

Just because it's hard to find in little ol' Australia, doesn't mean it's hard to find elsewhere. Nor impossible or near impossible. I'm sure if you really wanted one you'd have it imported, but then comes the question of is the price of importing worth it...
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yea they can't sell something where they don't have a demand, its not like gigabyte has stores around the world, they need distributors to carry the product and that isn't upto gigabyte its upto the disti. Same thing with all products like phones.
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Logan put up a video with the same guy at PAX. He said its an integrated 760...Whatever that means:
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Logan put up a video with the same guy at PAX. He said its an integrated 760...Whatever that means:

means its in built lol..... no idea if its soldered on or MXM card but IIRC the red brix gaming uses a MXM card but yeh no reviews of it yet and fyi if its MXM then chances are its a mobile chip otherwise it could just be the full real deal but IMO it should be a MXM card as it would be stupid to spend all that RnD on the red brix that uses a MXM and throw that away for the green brix.

ether way i want it asap and hopefully they come in quad core options like the brix pro. my current ITX boxes are still way too large.
Edited by akromatic - 4/23/14 at 1:19am
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From the video Logan put up, the poster of the BRIX gaming that the guy waves around states that the BRIX gaming has a i5- 4200H with a GTX 760 with 6GB of DDR5 memory that is 50% faster than a GTX 770m.

I'm guessing it will run at 90C with an audible fan noise.
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From the video Logan put up, the poster of the BRIX gaming that the guy waves around states that the BRIX gaming has a i5- 4200H with a GTX 760 with 6GB of DDR5 memory that is 50% faster than a GTX 770m.

I'm guessing it will run at 90C with an audible fan noise.

what use is 6GB ram on that sort of card..... its not a titan and even 4GB is too much. abit disappointed with the CPU though as its just a dual core but i guess it does make sense. If they made this with the i7 4770R in the pro i be golden

but yeh the flier has no mention of M GPU chip on it so i guess there is still hope
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what use is 6GB ram on that sort of card..... its not a titan and even 4GB is too much. abit disappointed with the CPU though as its just a dual core but i guess it does make sense. If they made this with the i7 4770R in the pro i be golden

but yeh the flier has no mention of M GPU chip on it so i guess there is still hope

in the first video say you can choose between cpu's, there will be i5/i7 options.

That would be utterly stupid putting the power of a 760, then put it with a dual core...? doh.gif
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