How not to get help on a forum with technical issues:
Step 1) Appear clueless about expensive computer parts and demonstrate an inability to use Google.
Hey all. I have recently upgrade my vid card from a GTX 295 to a HD 5970 and was wondering if anyone in the Beta has this card...how is it performing?? I have an i7 920 OC 3.6 with 6 gigs of ram and was wondering the performace of someone with a similar setup. I cannot find anything online to point me in the direction I am looking for. Please help.
Translation: "I have an overclocked processor and the most expensive card money can buy, and I want someone to break the NDA to answer a question that I haven't looked hard enough to find.
Step 2) Once you get an answer, dispute the validity of the answer and become abrasive and insulting.
dont know where you found that a single 5970 is pulling in scores like 6k. The most I have seen is 4k. Maybe 6k + with CF enabled but that trick doesnt not work anymore.... BTW thanks for all the help. Seriously I was asking a simply questions and the trolls come out to play.
Oh and I just checked your "6 K score" you found.....why would I ever bench on low settings....try searching for 1080p settings then come back with another brilliant comment
Translation: "I don't know what the answer is because I can't be bothered to look, but with absolutely no statistics or proof of my own, I'm going to blindly call you wrong. Also, while I expect the posters on these forums to be my personal Google because I can't be bothered to look hard enough myself, I disapprove of the way you have searched for info. Not only do I expect you do my research for me, I also expect you to provide a higher caliber of answer, you ****** person, you."
Response: Why would anyone want to help you if you're going to be rude and ignorant? Try searching Google yourself. Also, try being a little less of a **** to people you're trying to get assistance from, then come back with something a little less douchey.