Published on 13th January 2009 by
Originally Posted by NaberiusThen there is the d-sub connection on the rear, who would spend £370.00 on a graphics card and not purchase a decent monitor with DVI.
Originally Posted by liratheal
Side note: Harry, have you fallen in love with your 'e' key? :p
Originally Posted by Bazwah?
Originally Posted by lirathealQuote:Originally Posted by Bazwah?
"around [eurl=http://www.ebuyer.com/product/148274 ]£340 [/eurl]following " :B
Originally Posted by rollo
520 watt in usage. OMG. From a single card. Whoever created this is out of there mined
Originally Posted by Xtrafresh
And what do you mean by "no single card should be above 8"? The performance rating there is not an absolute number, it is a number based on how well the card should perform versus how well it does perform.
Originally Posted by wolfticketIt's been mentioned above, but I thought I'd reiterate: pages 3-14 are one of the most thorough and comprehensive proofs of the-bleedin-obvious I have ever seen.
Originally Posted by Aragon SpeedI have medium knowledge of hardware, meaning I understand most of what is said, but some things still elude me and I have to ask.
I understand the derision the inclusion of a VGA port on the card deserves when they could have added a £2.50 DVI to VGA converter to the bundle, but why would you need more than one DVI port unless you are running a multi-monitor set up? I can see the extra ports usefulness if that is what you want to do, but in my experience the common gamer would rather have one very good large monitor, and very rarely has more than one.
So while the option would be nice, it is hardly a point that deserves a huge amount of attention. A mention for those who want to run more than one monitor, yes, but a lot of complaining? Or am I missing something here?
Originally Posted by frojoeA gamer yes, but photo editing, 3d design, and many other uses that require some graphics power could make use of many monitors, especially with a card this powerful.
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