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  1. Prime95 for a while, especially if you have an...

    Prime95 for a while, especially if you have an overclock. Your system may act stable, but it might put single-bit errors in weird places regardless.
  2. Passively cooled 270W cards kind of require a...

    Passively cooled 270W cards kind of require a rack server chassis to work. These things have to dissipate 270W of heat, and they have no fans of their own, so they basically require a rack mount...
  3. Who says it's not in hardware somewhere? Lots of...

    Who says it's not in hardware somewhere? Lots of places in those billions of transistors where one could be hidden.
  4. Go to Nvidia's website, find the right driver,...

    Go to Nvidia's website, find the right driver, download, install, run. I suggest not messing with one of those beta drivers, cause installing those invites pesky issues.
  5. For most of us, yes. C isn't completely...

    For most of us, yes.

    C isn't completely machine-independent (big endian/little endian), but assembly is very machine-dependent. There are also a lot of instructions, and for best results, you...
  6. Graphics card/driver testing with slower...

    Graphics card/driver testing with slower platforms.
    I know they perform really well with a $1000 i7, but most of us don't have one of those. What happens when you drop one of these in a computer...
  7. The big deal about R9 285 won't be outright...

    The big deal about R9 285 won't be outright performance increase. The big improvement will be reduced TDP and memory bandwidth requirements, which will make the new APUs not require $300 RAM and...
  8. Hopefully Excavator will be something Intel has...

    Hopefully Excavator will be something Intel has to be afraid of.
  9. So, how do these things perform when you pull...

    So, how do these things perform when you pull that i7 out and add a 2GHz Pentium?
  10. What's the power draw when you run something like...

    What's the power draw when you run something like Furmark or OpenCL? Another reveiewer found it to be... high.
  11. I'd put money on Wine not recognizing it right...

    I'd put money on Wine not recognizing it right away. It took them a few tries to get my GTX 770 to work.
    You'll probably need to run update-pciids as root, or it will just say "NVidia Device xxx"...
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    Debian 7 works with it. I haven't gotten any...

    Debian 7 works with it.

    I haven't gotten any PhysX or OpenCL type of stuff to work in Wine, but the GTX 770 works almost perfectly.
    My big gripe is: it loves to tear frames.
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    I doubt it. I did have a P4 laptop (Dell...

    I doubt it.

    I did have a P4 laptop (Dell Inspiron 9100). The people at Dell put a desktop Prescott in that thing. One day, the fans didn't spin up when I applied load, and... poof. No fire,...
  14. I don't suppose you're going to quad-GPU with...

    I don't suppose you're going to quad-GPU with that thing?
  15. Sooo... who wants to write new FOSS Radeon...

    Sooo... who wants to write new FOSS Radeon firmware?
  16. That's not just MSI's problem. I went to...

    That's not just MSI's problem.

    I went to update the BIOS on my Asus motherboard. I got the BIOS from the website, installed the flashing utility from the motherboard's installer disk, and went to...
  17. The whole point of an antistat bag is to allow...

    The whole point of an antistat bag is to allow the discharge of static at a safe (discharging static in <1ms isn't good for electronics) rate. That makes it the best place to leave your motherboard....
  18. Maybe cause he just got one now?

    Maybe cause he just got one now?
  19. What happens if you change cpufreq's up_threshold...

    What happens if you change cpufreq's up_threshold to something lower than 95%?

    Try:
    # echo 50 > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpufreq/ondemand/up_threshold
    (Sets cpufreq to scale higher when load hits...
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    Don't do your driver development kind of things...

    Don't do your driver development kind of things on a machine with irreplaceable data. The hardware is expendable-ish. Your data, priceless.
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