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post #2121 of 2861 (permalink) Old 12-02-2015, 07:11 PM
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Looks like an R7 260/360 for workstations. Nice find! thumb.gif

Pretty sure a 750Ti, modified, will be more powerful and much cheaper. tongue.gif But then that only has three video outputs, two if both single-slot and low-profile, and not one is DisplayPort.

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the thing is though you pay alot more for workstation cards over the gaming counterpart for the same "gaming" performance tier

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the thing is though you pay alot more for workstation cards over the gaming counterpart for the same "gaming" performance tier

You pay for drivers and support, as well as features like ECC and occasionally un-crippled FP64.

I'm actually considering a Quadro for a project I have in mind because I need the DP ports that a GeForce wouldn't offer. AMD is also an option (especially either Diamond's or PowerColor's, I can't remember which, 2GB 7750 with six freaking mini DP ports), but I'm leaning strongly towards Nvidia because Maxwell is ludicrously efficient. That said, this build is definitely on a back burner for now. Here's hoping Pascal and GCN 2.0 are even better! thumb.gif

(750Ti performance in a 30W package would be pretty great, not gonna lie.)

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how many screens are you driving and at what resolution?

MST hubs not an option?

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the thing is though you pay alot more for workstation cards over the gaming counterpart for the same "gaming" performance tier

True, but last year's FPs are... cheap compared to the approaching thousand(s) FPs and Quadros I'm used to seeing. Excluding the Really Entry 2GB cards, the W7100 (Tonga 8GB) is currently the price of a Fury X on launch; uses 25W less than the Nano.

The W5100 (Bonaire 4GB) had actually hit discounted R9 380 4GB prices in Black Friday/Cyber Monday.
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To use an MST hub you need to have DisplayPort in the first place...
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Did you folks already hear about the 750Ti GM206 rumour? Nvidia might be preparing a cut cut cut down GM206 750Ti with HDMI 2.0 support. Sounds like the HTPC card.

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Here's my little power house:

CPU - Intel i3 3240T
MB - Intel DQ77KB
Ram - 4gb left over stick from laptop
Case - SilverStone PT13
Cooler - SilverStone AR04
HDD - 120gb old laptop drive - wanna add a msata drive if i do give to parents
PSU - random 90w laptop brick









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Here's my little power house:

CPU - Intel i3 3240T
MB - Intel DQ77KB
Ram - 4gb left over stick from laptop
Case - SilverStone PT13
Cooler - SilverStone AR04
HDD - 120gb old laptop drive - wanna add a msata drive if i do give to parents
PSU - random 90w laptop brick Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)







Doesn't get any smaller than that, huh? I like when thin mITX is used for things like that, it shows that this form factor has a right to exist.
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I remember him saying it's 1.4L. That's 44% smaller than mine! You could fit 20 of them into a Prodigy. eek.gif The power brick alone is probably a third the size of the system.

You can make systems so small that it's just stupid with thin mITX. As much as like that little thing, I have to wonder if we've gone too far. wink.gif

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As much as like that little thing, I have to wonder if we've gone too far. wink.gif

Nonsense!

Blasphemy!
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