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THE ULTIMATE ENTHUSIAST PC: I7 980X 4,6GHZ + QUAD SLI GTX480 OC =!!!!!!
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http://www.guru3d.com/article/geforce-gt...i-review/1

this is so crazy.... imagine a pc like this in your house!!!! its from an other world!!!!!! JUST LOOK AT THE ARTICLE

imagine running pcsx2 on that Wacko (if pcsx2 could read all 4 gpu's) what results would it have? :s just amazing......

edit: i know there have been ppl that got 46k points in those tests but seeing it is something else....
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#2
I say it's perfect for PC games. Tongue
And I've seen that GPU in the computer centre of my region. LOL it cost 1 million Rupiahs, Rp 1.000.000 = 153 SGD = how much in yen ?? Evil
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#3
It would be loud, hot and mostly annoying to use.
In PCSX2 it would be a bit faster than my current computer.

In all, no thanks, wouldn't want it Smile
(Except for direct to Ebay, of course Tongue2 )
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#4
that is extreme overkill for any game at all. I just hope and pray hes doing heavy video editing and encoding to actually even want that hardware in the 1st place.

*edit* should have read it first, looks like most of it was handed goods for testing since its promotes goods and some were payed for since they were going for a record, I thought it was just one person using it for gaming or something.
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(05-19-2010, 12:18 PM)rama Wrote: It would be loud, hot and mostly annoying to use.
In PCSX2 it would be a bit faster than my current computer.

In all, no thanks, wouldn't want it Smile
(Except for direct to Ebay, of course Tongue2 )

If i say it's going to be yours soon ?
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#6
I wouldn't mind having one of these at all.... ^^

Edit: Just read full article now and...well... kinda expensive and noisy... meh, I'll just stick to what I got Tongue
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(05-19-2010, 12:18 PM)rama Wrote: It would be loud, hot and mostly annoying to use.
In PCSX2 it would be a bit faster than my current computer.

In all, no thanks, wouldn't want it Smile
(Except for direct to Ebay, of course Tongue2 )

+1. Actually, I'd just ditch the quad-SLI GTX480 for something less power hungry and keep the rest. All of my systems idle at less than 100W with several idling at less than 40W. 375W idle at stock is just insane. None of my systems even reach that high when fully loaded.
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ikazu: Great, bet it makes a buck on Ebay Tongue2

ilovejedd: Indeed, it's far off from what "enthusiasts" want, imo.
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(05-19-2010, 02:47 PM)ilovejedd Wrote:
(05-19-2010, 12:18 PM)rama Wrote: It would be loud, hot and mostly annoying to use.
In PCSX2 it would be a bit faster than my current computer.

In all, no thanks, wouldn't want it Smile
(Except for direct to Ebay, of course Tongue2 )

+1. Actually, I'd just ditch the quad-SLI GTX480 for something less power hungry and keep the rest. All of my systems idle at less than 100W with several idling at less than 40W. 375W idle at stock is just insane. None of my systems even reach that high when fully loaded.


how do you check power usage of whole system?
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(05-19-2010, 02:52 PM)sakraycore Wrote: how do you check power usage of whole system?

Using CoreTemp, HWMonitor, CPU-Z.
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