Will the drivers for GTX 1080/1070 for the core release when they launch later this month?

Discussion in 'Systems' started by Ghostlyangel95, May 7, 2016.

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  1. mmocarski

    mmocarski Active Member

    Random, but I also have a very small desk - if you can swing it money-wise, having monitors on arms (wall or desk mounted) frees up tons of space. My main display is mounted on an arm that extends from the wall - takes up no space on my desk, and I can move it out of the way if I'm not using it.
     
  2. Vindakshan

    Vindakshan New Member

  3. mmocarski

    mmocarski Active Member

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  4. systembizIceberg073

    systembizIceberg073 New Member

    That sounds wonderful !
     
  5. Vindakshan

    Vindakshan New Member

    Yup that's the plan. I didn't realize the 1070 was priced at $350. That is awesome. GTX x70 cards have been the best value for money. 1070 wouldn't be an exception.

    But where is the CORE???
     
  6. TrueLightbringer

    TrueLightbringer Active Member

    The thing is, as the 22-incher is angled towards me, it is pressed up against the window/wall. If it were to get any bigger, it might not fit inside anymore lol. I mean, it might work better with your solution, but man, money is going to be problematic soon. 399 for Core, 400 for 1070, another 400 for a new monitor...And I'm going to buy a second-hand car soon (which can cost like 70-80k here in my country which lasts only for 4-8 years), so...That's not money I can afford with my terrible, first year-job pay.
     
  7. IceStorm_III

    IceStorm_III Member

    DP to VGA adapters are inexpensive ($15-$25) and should work just fine. I've used one on my existing DP-centric cards. Same for DP to HDMI if needed.
     
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