the m4 is a good ssd man i wouldnt worry about it. i take it u on about u was wanting to do raid 0.. would have only of been abit more performance not much plus with ur system the way it is u going to kill anything that comes at it for a while.
im hopping to pick up another 670 soon love the card really good buy i thinks plus the fact it preforms as good as the 680 even better
a question about the 3d side of ya system does it not fry ya eyes after abit lol? just wanna know for future ?
honestly I have not viewed the 3d long enough to know but even after 20 minutes or so my eyes get pretty strained. The 3d with this monitor is wayyyyy sick. I sit in front of the computer for hours at a time and my eyes get sooooo strained but i found these glasses http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168... and they work miracles. When i put them on in front of the screen i can literally feel my eyes relax, and they no longer hurt after hours of being on the computer. If you have eye strain from looking at computers i would recommend picking up a pair they are really nice.
I've had a clevo P170HM3 (17" 3D) for over 1 year and can say that the 3D effect is, on the whole, very good...of course, 'with head fairly close to laptop/screen' lol (true 1080p 3D best at this range), and the effect is dependant on the source material (i.e. is game well coded for 3D? and, you don't have to worry about modern 3D films - most are very good in 3D - though, the pseudo(converted)-3D less so)
- This clevo uses nvidia 3D (active/shutter) method (different from ati).
- I've played games and watched 2-3hr films with no noticeable side-effects - but, some folk are affected.