the government should NOT have the right to regulate my nuts
are you willing to trade for a 1997 dodge caravan 230k + 1999 honda odyssey 185k
My thoughts on the the 2019/2020 Nissan Altima is that it is a mid-sized car made by Nissan
Yeah, I had the H7 from a previous built and had to purchase an backplate with the mounting holes for AM4.
Mines 1.375V stable which is already pretty good for a 1700X. 1.35 is really impressive. Have you been able to push it past 4 GHz? I seem to hit a wall.
Or if you told them that the Ryzen 7 1700X could be found for $130 on sale
Pretty much any modern game at 1080p runs perfectly fine! As long as you turn the graphics textures down a little bit games run fine on the 2 GB card.
FX still serves me perfectly fine for the majority of what I need it to do. I would crank the memory if I had someone decent sticks, but the highest I have been able to get these sticks is 1866 MHz and that's with some pretty loose timings. I can get 4.8 GHz on the chip pretty easily, although I'm not sure why it's running at 4 GHz at the moment.
Lots of people don't know this, but PC Power & Cooling was actually a very well respected brand of PSUs several years ago. This particular PSU is an OCZ unit with 62.4A on the +12V rail, and is certainly not a dangerous PSU.
I'm a massive fan of 90s rock but I'm not sure why I don't like that song in particular.
+1 for that Sriracha sauce.
It goes good on everything.
Hands down Hawaiian BBQ pizza
This is the Silencer Mk II with the 80mm fan. I got this power supply in 2012 and it still has it's 7 year warranty until late 2019.
I just checked out your build and am very impressed! You made that old dirty prebuilt look very nice. Also, I love the single slot HD 3850.
This would be using an i7-3930K. I plan on upgrading my CPU to that first and then picking up a used 390.
Any reason why you went with a Pentium build rather than Ryzen 3? AM4 boards are pretty cheap, and you can overclock even on a B350 board.
Judging by the fact that you have a non-K skew CPU, I am going to assume that you have a pre-built system. The majority of the time prebuilt systems have cheap low-wattage units that only provide enough power to run the base system, and don't allow much room for upgrades.
If you plan to upgrade your graphics card you will need to upgrade your power supply along with it. I think its safe to say that any decent 500W power supply should do the trick for a GTX 1060 or 1070.
It's impossible to say for sure without knowing exactly what else you have in your system.
Once when I was trying to remove my CPU Cooler from the computer I pulled too hard and ripped the CPU right out of the socket. Bent a bunch of pins and broke two.
RIP FX 8370
That PSU is a bomb! Replace asap before it burns down your house
The 390 (mine at least) can beat a 480 in games if both of them at stock. If he got a decent deal on the 390, or got it before the 480 came out, I wouldn't complain.
It was dead, but I didn't know that it was dead when I bought it.
I would have if it was out at the time. I built this back in February, and only posted it now. If ryzen 5 was out, I would have easily gotten that instead of replacing my dead 8370.
Without electricity costs, and that's just the 7750s. I make around 4.21 a day without costs, and with electricity counted in, I make ~3.15 a day.
Because I already had a motherboard for it, and it was $50? It wasn't really a bad deal if you think about it.
How?? I got a 390 for 230 new, and that's the lowest I've seen them.
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There's absolutely no point in buying a GTX 970 currently. You can get a 390 for the same price, and the RX 480 kicks it's *** with less power consumption, noise, and more performance. It's only a week away.
It actually really helps. That GPU starts to get toasty after gaming.
What?? It's running Windows 7...
It's dual booting Windows 7 and OS X. The Windows 10 is from my other PC.
It's been running in a PC for the last 4 years and it hasn't started on fire yet. Maybe I'm just lucky.
Because over time, games will start to take up more VRAM than 6 GBs.
Actually it was an LGA 771 motherboard. The 775 socket needs the Xeon to be modded.
I know this is a long time ago, but you can see it says if the number starts with "E30" they should be fine. The model in this build happens to be decent.
Yes, I suppose I should fix that. This case really sucks for cable management.
If you still have that card, I would love to try in SLI!
+1 for cat
How much do you want for that GPU?
It's an ASUS P5N-E SLI motherboard.
It averages around 200 fps to 250 fps with optifine on low settings.