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  • #71946
    PaulMalfy
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    Just picked up a Pascal Titan X! This thing is a monster!! I’ll be posting a review on proclockers.com in about a week. 

    #92281
    Admin1
    Guest

    Congrats Paul,   I felt the same way last year when I picked up the first Titan X,  but the new 10 series  runs circles around last years edition, at least until the mew GTX1080 Ti cards are released

    #92323
    TeeBlack
    Participant

    nice! i wouldnt mind a 1070 or even a 1060 6gb version. 

    #92324
    Bob2701
    Member

    nice! i wouldnt mind a 1070 or even a 1060 6gb version. 

    I’m with you Tee.  Enjoy Paul.

    #92326
    Yes
    Participant

    Can’t wait to see the review and benchies!  They are so expensive though.

    #92331
    Sir-diealot
    Participant

    Congratulations, should be a heck of a card.

    #92397
    zangza
    Participant

    So very jelous, congrays Paulmalfy, you got yourself a pretty beast there.

    #93067
    vitius
    Participant

    the nvidia 10xx versions have new technologies that would support new game technologies. beside ut video card being able to simulate the support, the newer video cards acelerate the nwe techologies via hardware

    #93419
    RealNeil
    Participant

    This is the first of my two X99 builds. It's pretty quick compared to the i7-4770K that it replaced.

    On a side note, the i7-4770K box got smoked a day or two ago.
    My Silverstone Tundra TD02 CPU cooler leaked and took out my mainboard and two almost new R9-390X Toxic GPUs.

    This build was going to replace it anyways, but I was forced to build it today.

    It's in a Corsair 400C chassis with a Corsair 850AX Gold PSU
    The CPU is an i7-6800K installed in a Gigabyte X99 SOC Force Mainboard
    64GB DDR4-2400 RAM
    Two GTX-980 GPUs
    One HyperX 480GB SSD and one 500GB Crucial M.2 drive
    3 Enermax TB-Vegas 120mm Red LED Fans and two Cougar Vortex 140mm Red LED Fans.

    I may start the better X99 build tomorrow if I can find the time.


     

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    #93420
    Sunshyn
    Participant

    This is the first of my two X99 builds. It's pretty quick compared to the i7-4770K that it replaced.

    On a side note, the i7-4770K box got smoked a day or two ago.
    My Silverstone Tundra TD02 CPU cooler leaked and took out my mainboard and two almost new R9-390X Toxic GPUs.

    This build was going to replace it anyways, but I was forced to build it today.

    Ouch! Glad you had enough ready to put this together so quick.

    It looks great!

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