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Another Tech Inferno Fan

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  1. Everything is there other than power supply and video card itself. Use an ATX PSU with PCIe power.
  2. http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-780/specifications
  3. You know what? I don't know either! So come on, let's hop aboard the magic school bus of discovery! http://lmgtfy.com/?q=what+is+optimus
  4. If you have to ask, the answer is "You don't need it".
  5. >generic response to a post from almost 2 years ago Are you a bot or something?
  6. They managed to get an 8370 to 8.7 GHz but it doesn't mean that you should. Also, silicon lottery.
  7. Then enlighten us how you managed to figure out that your GPU is "throttling" and why 67 degrees bears such significance to you.
  8. 2. The card only runs at PCIe 2.0 speeds when it has something to do. 3. You don't need to think about Optimus if the card already works as you want it to work. be it on internal or external monitor.
  9. >falls into the PCMR "more wants more" consumerist trap >sells current card >has no idea what to do after the fact Don't fix what isn't broken, especially if you don't know how the 'what' even works.
  10. I'm going to get tired of reposting this thread. I'm also probably going to get flak because perhaps I might even be misleading people, myself included, but as yet I can't find any alternate possibility other than EM interference that some other guy managed to resolve by physically moving his PSU away from the eGPU.
  11. Can you explain what you mean by "run better"? My card gives out randomly at times. I've figured that it's because of signal integrity issues because the EXP GDC uses a socketed connection, since it comes back if I wiggle the cable.
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