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Comment reply on thefishkid1's Completed Build: The Stig's Computer Cousin

  • 80 months ago
  • 1 point

except all ssd set-up.......everything will more at the same speed instead of the possible lagger connection of an hdd

Comment reply on thefishkid1's Completed Build: The Stig's Computer Cousin

  • 80 months ago
  • 1 point

yes, for a "perfect environment" for real world testing, (hot environment summer months) temperature of 55c normal would be about 10c warmer then normal. even at 55c it still does more "identifying" damage then in lower temps

Comment reply on thefishkid1's Completed Build: The Stig's Computer Cousin

  • 80 months ago
  • 1 point

but too long running at 55c and it might become a problem........i would suggest immediate temporary ventilation enhancements or relocation to a more ventilated space

Comment reply on thefishkid1's Completed Build: The Stig's Computer Cousin

  • 80 months ago
  • 1 point

hmmm.......thanks for the input. but ive decided on a 128gb ssd and a 3tb hdd should suit gaming needs efficiently, correct?

Comment reply on thefishkid1's Completed Build: The Stig's Computer Cousin

  • 80 months ago
  • 1 point

you should definitely find a better place for airflow to occur or you might end up burning your system out soon

Comment reply on thefishkid1's Completed Build: The Stig's Computer Cousin

  • 80 months ago
  • 1 point

would you recommend an "all ssd" system then?

Comment reply on thefishkid1's Completed Build: The Stig's Computer Cousin

  • 81 months ago
  • 1 point

how is the new cooler running for you? cause im going to be doing a liquid push-pull configuration and i wanted to keep it somewhere around 70C after hard gaming So the SSD is truly worth the extra bit of money then?

Comment reply on Hakumisoso's Completed Build: First Build: GTX 780, 4770k, 840 pro, Storm Stryker.

  • 81 months ago
  • 1 point

Awesome possum Thank you sir

Comment reply on Hakumisoso's Completed Build: First Build: GTX 780, 4770k, 840 pro, Storm Stryker.

  • 81 months ago
  • 1 point

i was just wondering on reliability and performance because i will be building a computer as soon as i get back to the states. i just meant if the computer ever has become laggy from your video card(s) to your monitor, because that is the worst thing to be in the middle of a game and your screen lags out

Comment reply on Dillingr's Completed Build: ALX2.0

  • 81 months ago
  • -1 points

interesting.........if it runs fine then continue......

Comment reply on Hakumisoso's Completed Build: First Build: GTX 780, 4770k, 840 pro, Storm Stryker.

  • 81 months ago
  • 1 point

Honestly though, wouldn't it have been a "faster" experience to do a 7200 rpm hdd? Well, i don't consider myself a 3d guy (unless its for a gaming purpose) but other than the color accuracy downgrade, has there been any bad pixels or laggy refreshing that is ever noticeable?

Comment reply on Dillingr's Completed Build: ALX2.0

  • 81 months ago
  • -1 points

Why didn't you get a 3rd card to have equal cache memory for each monitor? cause you run the risk of a laggy interface if you run 2 for 3

Comment reply on Dillingr's Completed Build: ALX2.0

  • 81 months ago
  • -2 points

3 way SLI, 3 Monitors, 2 Video Cards?

Comment reply on Berzerker's Completed Build: Red, White, and Black Beast

  • 81 months ago
  • 1 point

How does the motherboard work for you? anything special you needed to add or extra parts you needed to order for it? How is Windows 8 Professional working for you? having any problems like windows 7 did when it first came to par? Good build but you shouldve went for the 32GB

Comment reply on Hakumisoso's Completed Build: First Build: GTX 780, 4770k, 840 pro, Storm Stryker.

  • 81 months ago
  • 1 point

Nice build for $2500 How is your storage performing? that is the exact model i would like to put in mine. How is the picture on the monitor? again same model

Comment reply on kelsyntsubaki's Completed Build: Aperature Labs | Wheatley

  • 81 months ago
  • 1 point

First, Wheatley would be awe inspired by how you made him. Second, your case, video card, memory and SSD. How do you like the case? Is it quite enough space for it's purpose? Why did you pick the 660 Ti, as in how is it doing for you? (because I was making one with a 660 2GB and was wondering how you chose between the 2). How is the crucial ballistex working for you compared to, lets say, a corsair brand memory? Compared to Samsung how much would you say your OCZ SSD is for performance? Great build for just over 2K

Comment reply on thefishkid1's Completed Build: The Stig's Computer Cousin

  • 81 months ago
  • 1 point

Your GPU Temp. at full load is getting kinda close to the max. you would want. Ever thinking about installing another fan set-up or liquid cooler to try to cool it down more? And, unfortunately, did/do you know that the LGA1155 is going to be phased out here soon? How does the SSD work for you? Is it all it's churched up to be? Because I was thinking of putting a 256GB Samsung SSD in, and just wondering if its worth the extra money. Other then that cool design and airflow technique you have inside your case.

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