Oh wow thanks for that heads up. I might actually consider this...
Ikr! It was still boxed, too. I got so lucky!
And thanks :D
lmao And our name's both have Non (that's my nickname) That'd be an awesome duel though
il rek u m8
I'm not a white knight nor some fool looking for a fight. I'm trying to point out to you that you're acting in a way that makes you seem very silly.
Also, using an overabundance of uncommon words doesn't make you appear smart. Good try adding an extra paragraph just for them, though.
Woah man chill out, he was just making a suggestion. Linux is great for it's purposes, I use it in many situations. But I also dual-boot with Windows because it's largely more supported not only in games. Anti-virus is always a good idea, dunno why you'd knock that. Today's CPUs shouldn't have issues with the amount of resources used by Windows/Mac unless you have a piece of crap processor. Windows OS only goes up to at most $100~ generally unless you are buying business licenses or something such as. Even then, you can find it cheaper or even free in some places. I got mine free. DRM is just a way of copyrighting to protect those who made a product, and micro-transactions are only optional, unless you have the willpower of a sloth. As for the NSA and cloud hoopla, online storage is optional, and most people opt out of this. Win10 and 8 make it slightly more difficult to work around with an additional like 3 clicks, though. There's a reason most people stick with Windows 7.
I'm sorry you feel like you have to be an independent user closed off from generic computer usage and the mainstream knowledge to be able to enjoy whatever it is you do. Most of what you said was just silly and your redundant attitude was the only negativity I saw. He was only trying to offer a harmless idea.
Yeah I was fishy about SeaGate because of their external drives I've had, but my HDD is outdoing my WD for now
I love the idea of a sleeper case haha! Awesome +1
Is this PSU rather quiet? I'm looking to build a silent rig, and I'm worried about the PSU fan being noisy regardless of how the rest of the computer is.
Two 120mm fans in the front, one 140 in the back, and a 200 fan on top. You can swap out the top for two 140s (or possibly, I think 3? 120s). There are vents on the bottom, if that's your cup of tea- but I would suggest not installing bottom fans xD
Thank you kind sir, and I didn't use watercooling because I enjoy the blue LED fans I found and don't really prefer watercooling, especially since it was my first build and I didn't want to mess up a leak. Here's your link, buddy; wall.alphacoders.com/by_sub_category.php?id=198842
It's on the fourth row
I have no idea, the Staff deleted them, so I'd presume they were spam. Thank you! -^
And no, the Lightning comes with a Red/Blue interchangeable LED in the fan
Thanks! Yeah Seagate has good price ratio, which made me worry there might be a reason why lol
Loved the story lol
Dear OP, I'm looking to buy a new HDD since the one I recently got is horrid lol Is this one (Seagate Barracuda) loud or slow? Like does it make a lot of clicking when transferring data and what not <3 Ty if you reply
I liked the description almost as much as the appearance lol
Best mom in the world? Very likely
This thing is beautiful...