that sucks but then again it's really just the luck of the draw with mass production. Take for instance the ANTEC 900. The so called "noob" case got some pretty harsh comments on any forum and to my suprise I have encountered zero problems with mine. Use your brain people..no case can be perfect even the lian lee's so if it sounds too good to be true, it generally is.
Okay just wondering if anyone would know whether or not any game would use more than 4 g ram. I only ask as i've had my eye on GeIL's PC2-6400 800MHz Evo One DDR2 8.0GB kit. I mean more games are getting more ram hungry as the system requirements for assasins creed is 4 gig running on vista, so is for gigs enough or is 8 gis handy or just overkill???/ Plus I've been reading up on some of the hassle's that alot of gamers have been having with 64bit Vista (is it worth the hassle??)
okay this is obviously coming out in a somewhat negative tone becuase im more of an ati guy but isn't anyone else be pissed off that NVidea just keep die shrinking and renaming cards every month or so. I mean I would be pretty angry after splurging out so much money on a top end card to only realise that within a few months it's considered almost obselete. I realise that this happens in all aspects of technology but NVidea should at least give their customers the satisfaction of having "the best" GPU that money can buy for a considerable amount of time.
This is a sensitive matter that applies to us all but just wondering what you guys would do if you were in my situation. I've got a fairly old pc and I'm wondering if I should do a total upgrade at the end of this year or just buy a new graphics card and some ram relatively soon as im only running on a X850XT and only 1 G ocz ddr2 (CL 3-2-2-8).
Yeah they do seem like the dick but on another note I'm very confused about the pricing for the 9800 GTX as sometimes it lists it as 299 Euro and then 299 US? 299 Euro's in Australia is about $510 (AUS) while compared to Us 299 which is roughly $327 (Aus). While this price doesn't seem realistic if your country suffers greatly from inflation (Australia's not as bad) why don't you just import from the US,,especially if you live in the UK as your pound is extremely strong aginst the US $?