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post #4131 of 4491
Add me to the list 2x diamond 6870's
post #4132 of 4491
about 1 month and 3 weeks till I CF, then another month till BD can hopefully really feed them
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post #4133 of 4491
switched from an intel DX58SO and nvidia 9800 to a full AMD rig ( 2 X MSI T/F ii HD 6950 OC ), powered by a 1090T .
And look i got the red black combination on my rig forza Milan , forza ATI

post #4134 of 4491
sign me up really loving ATI/AMD products

currently have a HD 4850 1GB sapphire card

had a 3870x2 1GB recently died
also had a XFX HD 4650 1GB
post #4135 of 4491
Add me to the list, just gone from a gtx 260 to asus directcu ii 6950 2gb
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post #4136 of 4491
Nice case. I see your rockin the Antec DF-85 case like me.
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post #4137 of 4491
I've been happy with the following 4 ATI cards, all of which still function and I still own.

AiW Radeon (32MB SD RAM)
Sapphire X800GTO (runs at X850 XTPE speeds)
HIS HD5850 (early release reference)
Sapphire HD6970 (gone under water and waiting for a better motherboard/chip)

I've had Nvidia cards as well; everything from a Ti4200 to GTX260, but I always seem to have a better time with ATI cards. I will say this: I have never had to RMA an ATI card, and have had several (4) Nvidia cards die on me. Bang for the buck, I go red, and the happiest times have been with the X800 and 5850, although the 6970 @ 1Ghz core is no slouch.
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post #4138 of 4491
Sorry about the delay guys. I was on vacation
List has been updated

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Originally Posted by TwoDigitz View Post
Sorry guys i just went and bought a Nnnvvvblubber, Nvvvblabber, Nnnverver, Nnver, Nveh!, Nvidea(who cares how its spelt) GTX570. Oh my this confession is so stressful.

Anyhow it all started when i bought an ASUS 5870, and while i was pleased with it i couldnt help thinking that something wasnt quite right. It was supposed to be an over-clockable card, it came with software for such an endeavor but if you changed the settings in any way the card would crash games to a grey stripy screen or some such. After 18mths of use it started artifacting into a checker board lucky it had a 3 yr warranty & i had no problems with RMA except they dont make the card any more and very few places have stock.

I had the option to replace like for like but that wasnt happening so the only options were to choose an alternative of similar value or wait while AMD repair the card. I wasnt gonna wait forever so my options were GTX 570 or Radeon 6970 the rest is history as they say.

I still have my 4890 in my other machine and thats been an unbelievable card for the years ive had it reminding me of what the ideal gfx card should live up to with regards to robustness, stability, and speed/quality, and what AMD have done with this card is left a sign post on the historical road of gfx card development. I will be keeping this card for some yrs to come.
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Windows 8 x64 Professional ArchLinux x64 Dell UltraSharp U2312HM Das S Professional 
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Something slow and mobile No idea The best Leaking 
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Intel i5 2500k @ 3.7GHz Gigabyte GA-Z68XP-UD4 EVGA GeForce GTX 760 2GB G.SKILL Ripjaws 16GB 4x4GB 2133MHz 
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60GB OCZ Vertex 3 60GB OCZ Vertex 3 2x 1TB Western Digital Caviar Black (RAID 0) XSPC Rasa RX360 (CPU) 
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Windows 8 x64 Professional ArchLinux x64 Dell UltraSharp U2312HM Das S Professional 
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Seasonic X650 Coolermaster HAF X Razer Naga Asus Xonar Essence STX 
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Something slow and mobile No idea The best Leaking 
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Not nearly enough for my CP It's removable! Linux - ta best!!!1!!! Bigger than yours 
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post #4139 of 4491
Add me!!! I have a Radeon 4350, and I'm upgrading to 2x 6870s soon...
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Western Digital caviar blue 1TB 7200RPM Western Digital caviar blue 320GB 7200RPM OCZ Solid series SSD 60GB 6Gb/s Some Sony DVD/CD drive 
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Western Digital caviar blue 1TB 7200RPM Western Digital caviar blue 320GB 7200RPM OCZ Solid series SSD 60GB 6Gb/s Some Sony DVD/CD drive 
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XSPC Rasa 750 RS360 liquid-cooling Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Ubuntu 11.4 Viewsonic 27" 1920x1080 
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HP 18.5" 1440x900 Logitech G510 Gaming keyboard CM modular silent pro 1000w Heavily modded Cooler Master HAF 922 
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Microsoft Intellipoint ergonomic W.O. mouse my desk Coby 5.1 surround 
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Would also like to be added to the list 2x sapphire 5770
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120GB Samsung 840 Series (MZ-7TD120) Seagate Barracuda 3TB (ST3000DM001) Corsair H60 w/ 2x Noctua NF-P12 120mm Fans Windows 8 Pro x64 
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Dell S2440L (VA Panel) Logitech G710+ Seasonic X-750 Corsair 300R 
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Corsair M65 Creative Soundblaster Z (SB1500) 
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AMD A8-5500M AMD Radeon 8550G 8GB DDR3 1600 Seagate 1TB SSHD 
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