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#30260 - So I have myself a gtx 970 and I'm installing it. But I have n…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/07/2015 on Technology Board 0
User avatar #30267 - kober (03/07/2015) [-]
Typically GPUs come with additional Molex to PCI-E cables as-well.
User avatar #30261 - inquisition (03/07/2015) [-]
it's the one that has 6 pins (2x3) with a little 2 pin (2x1) attached to it on a little wire

ie can be used as a 6 pin or 8 pin connector
#29864 - I would rather not spend any more than 500. And even then it w…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/03/2015 on Technology Board 0
#29868 - hueduebue (03/03/2015) [-]
My suggestion would be a GTX 970.
It should game very very well on 1080p and its a very good card.

My personal recommendation for a very silent card though the 900 series gtx cards are quiet as it already is own its own is.

MSI 970 www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127832
It looks good and its quiet and it has a very good base core clock and boost clock.

Asus strix 970 www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121899
Asus is very silent too runs cool like most 970's decent base and boost clock.

EVGA 970 www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814487077
the EVGA has the highest base and boost clock so its definitely a little faster then its other contenders. And their cooling is pretty silent too thanks to both the 900 cards being so good with temps.

So take your pick theres other 970's too but i just listed the ones people tend to go for. And all of them are well within your 500 range and its a really good gpu at that.
Also the 970 does have a vram thing that nvidia kinda did. So effectively the vram is 3.5 GB but the last 0.5 GB are slower so it will kinda hurt peformance a little if you really push the vram. So my suggestion is mix and match settings but usually just tune down anything that eats up too much vram.
#29813 - So my Birthday is about to come up and I was looking to take a…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/02/2015 on Technology Board 0
#29833 - hueduebue (03/03/2015) [-]
Whats your budget? for the gpu?
User avatar #29864 - njproc (03/03/2015) [-]
I would rather not spend any more than 500. And even then it would have to be for a good reason to go that high.
#29868 - hueduebue (03/03/2015) [-]
My suggestion would be a GTX 970.
It should game very very well on 1080p and its a very good card.

My personal recommendation for a very silent card though the 900 series gtx cards are quiet as it already is own its own is.

MSI 970 www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127832
It looks good and its quiet and it has a very good base core clock and boost clock.

Asus strix 970 www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121899
Asus is very silent too runs cool like most 970's decent base and boost clock.

EVGA 970 www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814487077
the EVGA has the highest base and boost clock so its definitely a little faster then its other contenders. And their cooling is pretty silent too thanks to both the 900 cards being so good with temps.

So take your pick theres other 970's too but i just listed the ones people tend to go for. And all of them are well within your 500 range and its a really good gpu at that.
Also the 970 does have a vram thing that nvidia kinda did. So effectively the vram is 3.5 GB but the last 0.5 GB are slower so it will kinda hurt peformance a little if you really push the vram. So my suggestion is mix and match settings but usually just tune down anything that eats up too much vram.
#29342 - I tried uninstalling it and nothing changes. so far i just get… 02/25/2015 on Technology Board 0
#29341 - Nothing 02/25/2015 on Technology Board 0
#29339 - This is probably a really stupid question to ask but I'm going…  [+] (3 new replies) 02/25/2015 on Technology Board 0
User avatar #29340 - sannukas (02/25/2015) [-]
Is nothing showing up at the downloads tab?
User avatar #29342 - njproc (02/25/2015) [-]
I tried uninstalling it and nothing changes. so far i just get the loading circle from my mouse and then nothing.
User avatar #29341 - njproc (02/25/2015) [-]
Nothing
#117168 - Hey FJ. It's been a while. I moved out to live with my girlfri…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/25/2015 on Social Board 0
User avatar #117171 - sweetbutteryjesus (02/25/2015) [-]
tl:dr
gamergate rised and died
admin had radio back in jan
hankhillofthe in general
jet fuel steel beams rised and died
more theme accounts
pink names
#1133412 - Comment deleted  [+] (4 new replies) 12/25/2014 on Video Games Board - console... 0
User avatar #1133419 - ecomp (12/25/2014) [-]
read the sticky
#1133515 - John Cena (12/25/2014) [-]
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User avatar #1133416 - Gonnafly (12/25/2014) [-]
1v1 me in 100% orange juice.
User avatar #1133433 - hirollin (12/25/2014) [-]
holy shit someone else plays that?
#19585 - Kinda chubby with no muscle. I want to get big, But not huge.  [+] (1 new reply) 10/21/2014 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
User avatar #19586 - studbeefpile (10/21/2014) [-]
Firstly, you don't have to worry about getting 'too' huge. That isn't something that happens on accident, in fact, it's extremely difficult to get very large naturally. So never worry about lifting too hard or any of that shit.

Okay, if you're legitimately just kinda chubby (and not lying, and actually be 50lbs overweight), then your main focus right now should be to build a foundation of strength and muscle. Obtain weights or a gym membership, and learn how to bench, squat, and deadlift, then hop on a novice program such as Starting Strength, or Jason Blaha's novice program.

As far as food is concerned, try to cut out 'dirty'/useless carbs (candies, ice cream, that type of thing), and focus on eating more meat and fruit. Carbs are okay, you just don't want to have too much of them, and get super fat while putting on your muscle.

So, this means burgers, hot dogs, apples, bananas, bread, milk, and that sort of thing.
#19581 - I am moving out of my parents house and living on my own. I ha…  [+] (5 new replies) 10/21/2014 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
User avatar #19657 - jayfizzle (10/22/2014) [-]
eggs, milk, whole wheat bread, vegetables that you enjoy eating, cottage cheese, chicken/turkey breast, ground beef (as lean as you can find it), some rice and seasonings
User avatar #19632 - jokerjack (10/22/2014) [-]
Stick to as little that comes out of a box and is pre-pared as possible. I'm not saying go paleo, but focusing a diet around meat, vegetables, fruits, whole grains (oatmeal, brown rice, sweet potatoes, ect.) nuts and natural oils, dairy if you're not intolerant or sensitive will have you feeling so damn good you'll wonder how you ever didn't eat this way
User avatar #19582 - studbeefpile (10/21/2014) [-]
Depends. Are you a skinny bastard, or a fat fuck?

Also depends on what type of training you're looking to get into. Wanna get big and strong, or small and fast?
User avatar #19585 - njproc (10/21/2014) [-]
Kinda chubby with no muscle. I want to get big, But not huge.
User avatar #19586 - studbeefpile (10/21/2014) [-]
Firstly, you don't have to worry about getting 'too' huge. That isn't something that happens on accident, in fact, it's extremely difficult to get very large naturally. So never worry about lifting too hard or any of that shit.

Okay, if you're legitimately just kinda chubby (and not lying, and actually be 50lbs overweight), then your main focus right now should be to build a foundation of strength and muscle. Obtain weights or a gym membership, and learn how to bench, squat, and deadlift, then hop on a novice program such as Starting Strength, or Jason Blaha's novice program.

As far as food is concerned, try to cut out 'dirty'/useless carbs (candies, ice cream, that type of thing), and focus on eating more meat and fruit. Carbs are okay, you just don't want to have too much of them, and get super fat while putting on your muscle.

So, this means burgers, hot dogs, apples, bananas, bread, milk, and that sort of thing.
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