Final Fantasy XIII-2 Discussion
Dev work we won't mention as it cost quite a bit :P
Gaming one has an FX-9590, and a Titan (not z) with a 660 Ti has a dedicated Phsyx+Cuda card.
8GB DDR (don't need more than that).
Was wondering if I should go for the 980 Ti but recently heard it may not be available until 2016... so may stick to my Titan.
My man...very nice indeed. Wonder why it'll be so long for the 980 ti version. I'd like to pick up something else for dedicated PhysX for my Titan Black too. I love all the memory on these Titans.
You doing your other work on an HP workstation by chance? I've always wanted to play on one of those just for grins.
Bog standard raid 10 with 1TB SATA IIIs (8 of in raid), got a back up raid that is external with own PSU for that just in case moment that may or may not happen.
If anybody wants to know 'where's the Beef' ... mystery solved. Dab's got it. You have that at home, too, or at work? Must be more than just you using it?
When you setup that gpu for Phys-X, do you set it to 'Auto' and it assists the Titan processing the Phys-X or does it handle the Phys-X alone?
At the moment I'm toying with 3 options to go with my current Titan Black: Add another Titan Blk in Sli, a 980 in Sli, or add something just for the Phys-X. Which makes the most sense for gaming?
My goals would be as smooth a 4K as possible and high FPS.
My dev PC is in my home, I used to own a business then I sold it, and with the cash I bought the first iteration of the PC. My plan was to get back into dev work, had been a long time so it wasn't easy to get work that way.
But for yourself, you could buy a simple 560 ti and set it to be your Physx card, and you don't have to SLI it.
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