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DiRT Rally Eyefinity (Quad R9 290x) 8040x1440

This is really off topic for this forum but I'm right there in the good section.
I really like snowblowers but this is one of my main passion in my life: PC overclocking and watercooling.

This is the new release DiRT Rally game, played on my triple monitors setup using a fully watercooled computer.

The monitors are 1440p




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I have a friend w/a computer monitor setup like that. Pretty nice there, Karlitos.
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A very fun passion and hobby as well! My setup isn't that big or nice but it can hold its own. The only console I like and own is Nintendo - any gorgeous gaming is done on the PC and gorgeous it is.

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I can still remember my 8088 and going to Service Company at Mall of America in MN to get 1meg memory chip, YES not gig, MEG chip and it was right around $100 and I was happy to get it because it was a huge leap up from what the 8088 came with. Yes back when a floppy was very high tech along with pin printers, monochrome monitors that came in any color you wanted as long as it was green and you put your phone in a cradle to use the modem.

Oh my aching back.

Now I don't' even try to keep up I just buy a reduced $$ last gen unit and wait a bit till the fastest CPU it will run is also coming down in price, max the RAM and I'm golden for what I do on it.

KaRLiToS that setup is amazing !! If you're going to sit and play games that's the way to go. Would be really amazing to see a flight simulator program on it.





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I can still remember my 8088 and going to Service Company at Mall of America in MN to get 1meg memory chip, YES not gig, MEG chip and it was right around $100 and I was happy to get it because it was a huge leap up from what the 8088 came with. Yes back when a floppy was very high tech along with pin printers, monochrome monitors that came in any color you wanted as long as it was green and you put your phone in a cradle to use the modem.

Oh my aching back.

Now I don't' even try to keep up I just buy a reduced $$ last gen unit and wait a bit till the fastest CPU it will run is also coming down in price, max the RAM and I'm golden for what I do on it.

KaRLiToS that setup is amazing !! If you're going to sit and play games that's the way to go. Would be really amazing to see a flight simulator program on it.




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