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Thursday, August 22nd 2013, 9:22pm

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Thursday, August 22nd 2013, 10:06pm

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No artifacts, temps of never higher than 65 degrees too...

Hm. Anyways it's either corrupted drivers or game or similar, you would see if it were defective GPU.
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Thursday, August 22nd 2013, 11:38pm

I have a question to pose. Friend is upgrading his GPU, and has a slightly stretchable 110 budget, so I shortlisted 3 GPU's for him, and wanted some outside opinion:

7790
It's a top of it's range card, and well within the price range. Got a decent cooler, and this one is stock overclocked.

7850
Next range up, but still within the price range. A brief search says that it's to be preferred over the 7790.

650Ti Boost
A few sites I found while looking for a 7790/7850 comparison said that this was a decent alternative to the AMD cards, and I generally prefer Nvidia because I'm a fanboy

So, what's the verdict?

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Thursday, August 22nd 2013, 11:51pm

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Thursday, August 22nd 2013, 11:59pm

The 7850 iirc it has a slightly higher performance overall

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Friday, August 23rd 2013, 1:51am

@LB
I'd probably get the 7790. Dual X cooler 2 stronk. Those cards are pretty neck and neck. Might come down to whether he "bleeds" red or green.

Anyways, I'm downsizing and I'm conflicted on whether to go ITX or mATX. I'm leaning toward mATX.

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Friday, August 23rd 2013, 2:01am

@LB
I'd probably get the 7790. Dual X cooler 2 stronk. Those cards are pretty neck and neck. Might come down to whether he "bleeds" red or green.

Anyways, I'm downsizing and I'm conflicted on whether to go ITX or mATX. I'm leaning toward mATX.

I don't see what's wrong with an mITX?
And I don't see whats wrong with being able to carry a PC in a backpack too.

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Friday, August 23rd 2013, 2:13am

It's not that there is anything wrong with it, I feel like trying SLI/Xfire in the future(Shh, I know single card performance is preferred, I don't care) and most ITX cases out there aren't really built for watercooling a CPU and GPU besides Case Labs or something.

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Friday, August 23rd 2013, 2:49am

I see.
Though on a side now, I've saw people built some crazy computers from the Bitfenix Prodigy case.
Despite it being an mITX case, people were able to build watercooling cases from that easily enough, putting radiators in crazy places.
It's more to do with the fact that by volume it could house an mATX case (And with certain modifications it can), but it's designed to hold an mITX motherboard. With all this "space" remaining, people were able to put radiators in ridiculous place.

There are some genuine mITX sized cases... where it can hold an Asus GTX760 (Half PCB) and probably nothing more at all, that's it. Ugh, thinking about the temperatures in that thing I don't want.

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Friday, August 23rd 2013, 2:56am

God, the Prodigy was such a fail for what it was meant for. So much wasted space on a SFF focused case. You're right though, it does fit a mATX pretty nicely. I guess that's why Bitfenix released the Prodigy M.