Originally Posted by Celeras
You put me on the 480 list ;o!
Love your quote. So true. Also how are temps on that X6? I am pretty sure the X6 and 890 are my next upgrade path.
GTX 470 Here @ 800/1600/2180 for now. It's got much more in it for sure. You know those goofs that say "Oh I don't need to overclock it more its fast enough as it is." This is actually the case with this card. I am playing Singularity and using 2x2 Supersampling. Works flawlessly.
So good that I had to question if it was running 2x2, usually I just look at the fps to tell if I am running SSAA. TBH that's not the case with this card. I am playing Singularity @ 1280x720p (weak I know) but with 2x2SSAA and 16xAF (32xaf with SSAA enabled) and it hasn't for a second dropped below 60fps. I just cap it there for this game because the tearing is unbearable without vsync. Looks amazing with SSAA even at 720p (from about 5 feet away, 32").
Anyways pics tomorrow. Peace boys.
Originally Posted by Open1Your1Eyes0
Agreed, very nice job. That airflow is pretty much perfect.
As soon as I saw that SFF box I thought "That thing is not going to be cooled well at all.". Then I saw your window. That's huge. N1.
Also I saw a few pics of peoples GPU-Z with their PCI-E @ 1.1 not 2.0. If it doesnt say PCI-E 2.0, it's not running @ 2.0. This is caused by (for Intel boards in Win 7 anyways) the default Windows 7 drivers and the inability to install the latest Intel Chipset Drivers.
For anything under X58 use the 18.104.22.1685 Intel Chipset driver and install it with switch, -overall to be exact. Just make a shortcut to the .exe and add -overall to the target line. For X58 use 22.214.171.1249 and do the same thing. This method will give you PCI-E 2.0. Enjoy. Edited by nexxusty - 7/11/10 at 4:37am