Chrispy_ wrote:I mention the triple-monitor setup because of your limited focal range; As JAE mentions, multiple screens can be "curved" around your head keeping more of the desktop area at the same focal distance, and 3x1080p is usually similar in price to a single 2560 screen of similar quality.
just brew it! wrote:2) I'm not *sure* Ned has the same sort of vision issues I do; but he's (approximately) my age so I mentioned it as a possibility.
Prestige Worldwide wrote:I would hold on to the 8800 GTS until GM204 cards launch at least.
750ti is a nice little card but will not last the test of time in the same way your g80 card did.
The Egg wrote:I also highly recommend a dual-screen setup for productivity. Now that I've been using one at work for some time, I almost feel handicapped with my single monitor at home.
JustAnEngineer wrote:Send the ancient GeForce 8800 GTS along with the other ancient hardware.
http://techreport.com/news/26544/intel- ... kable-cpusyokem55 wrote:Maybe wait a few more weeks for a 4690K with better IHS TIM?
puppetworx wrote:Looks like a good plan, hitting it right in the sweet spot. The size of the SSD is perhaps a little big - unless you have a specific need for it? Otherwise a smaller drive possibly in conjunction with a 4770K might be better future proofing. I expect SSDs will continue their drop in price/GB over the coming years but CPU price/performance seems to have heavily stagnated.
Captain Ned wrote:Right now at Newegg that SSD is $310 for 480GB, or $0.646/GB. Can't pass up that price.
puppetworx wrote:Captain Ned wrote:Right now at Newegg that SSD is $310 for 480GB, or $0.646/GB. Can't pass up that price.
This just in!
Newegg is trying to clear out some of the older chips now. They jacked up the regularly-$330 Core i7-4770K with a fake $350 price tag, then they "discounted" it to $315--saving you an actual $15 and an imaginary $20.Captain Ned wrote: Would like to see the Devils Canyon chips hit retail and I initially specced a 4770K so will probably go with the 4790K.
JustAnEngineer wrote:Maybe you should add a Micro Center store to the itinerary for your cross-country journey to/from the BBQ.
NovusBogus wrote:Totally worth it.
DancinJack wrote:Plus it's just kinda fun to look at all the stuff. Just don't let anyone talk to you.NovusBogus wrote:Totally worth it.
JustAnEngineer wrote:How did it go? Have you collected all of the components that you want?
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