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dx11 gsdx logo
#1
please post your gsdx logo for dx11 better than keeping it just no logo for it here:


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#2
I like how you've now got 4GB RAM on Tri-Channel..

On topic, I don't spend all day looking at it, logo or no logo isn't an issue, especially when the DX11 plug in's essentially the same as the DX10 one.
AMD Phenom II 940 @ 3.6GHZ, 4GB PC8500 @ 1100MHZ, 4870x2 @ Stock.
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#3
alternative logo


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(10-14-2009, 06:59 PM)Sythedragon Wrote: I like how you've now got 4GB RAM on Tri-Channel..

On topic, I don't spend all day looking at it, logo or no logo isn't an issue, especially when the DX11 plug in's essentially the same as the DX10 one.

all what i want is just getting some cool logo nothing more Happy and(its better than nothing)Tongue
(10-14-2009, 08:01 PM)ChronicNL Wrote: alternative logo

not bad i`ve based on the dx10 logoGlare
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#5
i just did something real quick 2 mins, was bored anyways
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(10-14-2009, 06:59 PM)Sythedragon Wrote: I like how you've now got 4GB RAM on Tri-Channel..



You obviously don't know the difference between Tripple channel, DDR3 or even how tripple channel works. DDR3 is NOT triple channel ram. Tripple channel is a motherboard and cpu feature. AM3 cpus like the phenom II X4 955 can use ddr3 but they won't run in tripple channel mode, they will run in dual channel mode. Also, You can use 4GB with triple channel mode on the i7, if you have 4 sticks of 1GB on an LGA 1366 platform, two sticks of ram will share a channel and the other two will run on their own channel, it's just that when you use over 75% of the memory capacity the speed will go back to single channel, but even then the difference isn't very large. You could also simply do a dual channel configuration.
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(10-15-2009, 01:44 AM)bkwegoharder Wrote:
(10-14-2009, 06:59 PM)Sythedragon Wrote: I like how you've now got 4GB RAM on Tri-Channel..



You obviously don't know the difference between Tripple channel, DDR3 or even how tripple channel works. DDR3 is NOT triple channel ram. Tripple channel is a motherboard and cpu feature. AM3 cpus like the phenom II X4 955 can use ddr3 but they won't run in tripple channel mode, they will run in dual channel mode. Also, You can use 4GB with triple channel mode on the i7, if you have 4 sticks of 1GB on an LGA 1366 platform, two sticks of ram will share a channel and the other two will run on their own channel, it's just that when you use over 75% of the memory capacity the speed will go back to single channel, but even then the difference isn't very large. You could also simply do a dual channel configuration.
I'm not going to get into this, but you're obviously not clued up on i7...
He changed his sig from 8GB to 4GB, hence why I said it..
Also, an Intel at 1.5V? Yeah right... I've seen an i7 at 5GHZ on 1.3V.
AMD Phenom II 940 @ 3.6GHZ, 4GB PC8500 @ 1100MHZ, 4870x2 @ Stock.
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#8
Yes we all know he's lying about his PC specs. Move along now..
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#9
Tongue ok i lied Blush

my real one is

cpu: intel c2d e7500 @ 3.0 ghz soon will be c2q q9xxx at 3.2@ stock...
Excl gpu: ati radeon hd 5870 dx11 real Excl
and with 1tb....
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#10
sorry every one.
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