Here is a review translated from German to EnglishJust ordered the Sapphire RX 480 Nitro for that three year warranty.
Edit: Hum, I could get the Devil for the same price if I buy one additional year of warranty from another shop .
At least you spilled no salad on your 150€ Keyboard like certain someone ;PSince I'm redecorating my room at the moment, I've had to put my gaming PC back its box for a week or so while I finish scrubbing my room and re-painting.
At the same time I decided to clean my keyboard and mouse. The horrible things living in there was scary. >__> Even though I've been very careful to keep food and drink away from my PC, and to clean my hands before I touch the mouse or keyboard both still had LOADS of crap in there that I don't even know what it used to be.
Anyway, 1 hour later and a supply of tissues and too many Q tips, I now own a (relatively) clean keyboard and mouse. Eugh.
Very true! We are a salad free zone over here.At least you spilled no salad on your 150€ Keyboard like certain someone ;P
How about a Samsung 850 EVO with 512GB?Very true! We are a salad free zone over here.
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Actually, I would also like some advice from the knowledgeable people on our forums
My current SSD (which is about 218GB) is running out of space, and it's becoming a bit of an issue for me. From what I know, it wouldn't be a problem to plug another SSD into my motherboard (as long as I have the free socket/plug thingies available) so I was wondering if there are any good SSDs out there which offer ideally more than 300GB of space. I have another hard drive that is 1TB which holds most of my stuff but even then, I am seriously in need of a larger SSD to act as my C drive.
http://www.newegg.com/global/uk/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820226596&cm_re=ssd-_-20-226-596-_-Product Would this one be okay? It seems reasonably priced for an SSD with 1TB of space.
Well according to the comments in that article, highly unlikely.Is AMD Vega coming this October? http://www.fudzilla.com/news/graphics/40662-amd-allegedly-pulls-vega-launch-forward