Thanks for the XFire 5770 reference. Great WOO HOO that changed what and how?
THE FRIGGIN ISSUE IS...
Drop 5770 from a PAID for set and get new case...
Just purchase 5870 and KEEP the problematic case....
People should stop bustin my balls over poorly used words.
Sorry I put it in the context that I did.
Point is if he drops one 5770 and gets a new case to run the pair in AGAIN...
PROBLEM FRIGGIN SOLVED!'
How old are you guys that you gotta bust peoples balls over a gaff of words?
I didn't tell him to NEVER run it again. I gave him reasonable feedback. If you used your friggin brains for something beside a seat cushion you coulda let my gaff slide.
But NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO you gotta break my balls.
The above is it wrong or right? Should he spend MORE money than necessary on a 5870 (which be honest, you'd want to XFIRE them right?) or get a new case?
If so then please ST F U and move on. It's done.
All I did was call you on what you had said about the difference between Xfire and a single card. You gave him advice and were ignorant about the subject. People like you give forums bad names and also make people leave forums because of your hateful attitude when you get caught saying crap that isn't true.
Another thing....If this is breaking your balls then you need join the Army or Marines. I suggest for at least 4 years so you can see what "Breaking your Balls" truly is. I was just pointing out the incorrect nature of the information you gave out. I wasn't unkind such as you have just been. So be a good little boy and play nice from now on. Have a little patience sweetie .
I do agree with you to keep the case. To fork out almost $400 and then getting stuff just right would not be worth it when you can have a very nice case for under $150
Edited by mayford5 - 6/24/10 at 2:49pm