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As the title of the post says, I was putting the glass panel back on my Thermaltake H18 case and it just shattered in my hands. I didn’t even drop it. The glass exploded outward and I spent the next hour cleaning up glass shards around my apartment. Not my lucky day.
Wich should i get for gaming and limited video editing?
I've got a bunch of old cases and I was thinking about doing a sleeper build, which case would you use and why? Personally I'm leaning towards one of the two on the right end for that retro look but I'm not sure if there's any drawbacks to the older cases?
Interested to hear what people have to say
Clicked one of em Nvidia marketing emails. Thanks Nvidia
Just bought an Intel Arc A750 new because it was an insanely good deal for $130. I literally have no need for it.
I think it's probably one of the cleanest looking GPUs ever to come out; up there with the Radeon VII. Peak aesthetics imo
Interested to see how the drivers improve with time given intels dedication to the cause.
Also kind of have this sense of fomo of missing out on Intel first gen GPUs, which I'm well aware is completely irrational.
Debating whether I should even open it lmao
What has PC enthusiasm done to me?
Went from a 1080 to a 4070 and didn’t need to change a single component or cable, I’m over the moon.
Some back story, I didn’t use this GPU for 7 years but I got it August 2020 (perfect time) and from a guy who had been running it for 4 years. I got another 3 out of it and am finally upgrading to a brand new card. I was very tempted to grab a used 3080 but logistically it was giving me issues as I’m using a 650W PSU.
My system is a r5 3600 (absolute trooper) with 16 gb of Ram (probably my next upgrade) but I’m very happy. The 1080 isn’t 100% dead but it was starting to give me issues, I will probably gift it to one of my friends who wants to play BG3. Thanks for reading, just wanted to share.