let's see some of em.
>tfw got 2x2GB DDR2 sticks sitting in a drawer somewhere but the garbage HP mobo won't recognize it so stuck with 4x1GB
It's gonna take a while until I save up that much. My other issue is that I can't order anything online because Amazon adds another 40$ as shipment fee to my country. And, to make matters worse, the biggest seller of computer gear in my country massively overprices EVERYTHING. eg. the EVGA superclocked 740 costs around 90$ on Amazon, bought directly from EVGA, while the local company sells a regular GIGABYTE one for 120€.
Actually it's 54 degrees Celsius, and of course that gigantic F there screams Fahrenheit, I just prefer the imperial system over metric because I'm American and it's what makes more sense to me temperature wise.
Could have had better performance with a 980ti at the same price. Not to mention less noise and less power consumption.
You still only have 3.5gb of VRAM you chuckle fuck.
Why not get a 980ti?
Why not a 390 Crossfire if you insist on wasting money and don't care about power and heat?
AMD isn't power efficient, my 970's are.
970 SLI outperforms a single 980ti in almost every benchmark
Also, the 970 trades blows and the performance is negligible, and I got free games with my 970's.
Okay, I have 3.5 GB's or ram, as I said I run any game I play on ultra, with that being said, it was disappointing, but again I run any game I play at the highest settings, so it apparently doesn't effect me.
lol poor people
cpu@ 4.20 GHz with a lot of headroom for further OC, memory is quad channel DDR4/
>What's the matter buddy, mom wouldn't spring for a 5960X as well? :^)
I've got a job, "buddy"
>poorfag X99 chip
>waaah he hasn't color-matched his mobo
>waah he hasnt bought into the Supreme Elite EXTREME © mobo meme
Don't see the point
It translate better to me, Celsius isn't widely used when I was growing up, when I see a value in Celsius I wouldn't understand the value of it being hot, though in recent years I've come to understand it a bit better.
Planning to add EK Vardar F4-120ER fans and Fractal Design HF14-BK fans