Nah but it shouldn't be necessary since I don't usually stick my hand into my computer while it's on lol
I was playing Battlefield 1 earlier and watching my temperatures. My GPU never went about 65° and the processor never went above 60°.
I imagine I'd have to go for used to get that price. Is it safe buying used processors?
So you think a new Mobo and the 8400 is better than any 7 gen?
Do you have the product key? If so, just use the other computer and download windows 10 onto the USB.
Silly question, and I'm not trying to question your knowledge.. but are you sure that you're lining it up right?
Update, I already had it installed. Thanks for the suggestion though.
I'll try it thanks.
I tried, and got this message in cmd "No operation can be performed on Wi-Fi while it has its media disconnected," and "No operation can be performed on Local Area Connection* 13 while it has its media disconnected." Any ideas? Thanks for your reply.
Go here and skip to 15:10
I have tried. My PC is the only thing with this issue. Thank you for your response.
I don't think my motherboard supports overclocking.
Thanks for the suggestion!
Haha yeah I agree. It's holding up well and it is just a cheap placeholder.
Yes, it took a few weeks to acquire the parts and the Pentium was first. It is just a placeholder though, thanks for the feedback.
It's really not that bad, but I don't play anything too terribly CPU intensive.
I can not recall anything too terrible. Yeah, I found the card on Letgo, 275 and talked him to 240. It was still sealed too.
Definitely, thank you.
I didn't want to cheap out on the PSU, and I fell in love with the case. The Pentium is holding up fine though.
I got the GPU for $240.
I have tried already. Thanks for your reply nonetheless.
Only my PC.
Yea if it comes with integrated graphics on the processor you don't need a graphics card. Just plug the cable into the motherboard io.
I'll have about 95% here in Bristol, Tennessee.
It says $69 + $99999 so it must be coming from the moon or something if shipping is 100k.
I dropped a laptop off of a couch a couple years back and broke the hard drive.
I'll take it if you've still got it. I'm planning on getting some parts from newegg soon. I appreciate it nonetheless.
What is your question?
Check out the Inwin 303. Definitely my favorite and seems to fit your criteria.
I doubt the difference in performance in MineCraft would be significant enough to justify the upgrade.
They all are generally the same, other than maybe a small clock difference and/or cooling. You must make sure that if you get a bigger one, like a strix, that it can fit in your case, and that your power supply can handle it. If you have good cooling in your case then I don't think an extra fan is worth the extra costs. I recommend you go with what you can afford that also has solid customer service and warranty, like EVGA.
How do you dream about motherboard screws lol
I am pretty sure it copies everything on your computer at that point in time, drivers included. I may be wrong though.
The burning smell could be from plastic film that was never removed.
You have 9 fans because each of those come with three. That means you need another controller because it only supports up to 6 fans. I don't know how many fans that case supports either.
Something like this? https://m.newegg.com/products/9SIA9083DB1231
Where was his soar? Is it still going on?
The CPU and the motherboard are things I haven't changed from a completed build by BoyScout. I think the penguin is a great processor for its price, hence why I haven't changed it.
I have a hard drive I will use from another computer. I guess I forgot about it in the list. Thank you.
The most important thing for me is that you need to genuinely enjoy the game you are recording. It makes a huge difference in the quality of the content. It's also important to be friendly. Every time I see a YouTuber who is a real jerk I instantly close the video. I don't know if that's just me but I don't like hearing them be rude while recording.
Don't forget the gaming chair!
In my opinion, you should get it regardless of price. I had an MSi gp60 that the motherboard died on. It would have costed me hundreds of dollars to repair. So if I had warranty on the thing, I'd still have a laptop lol. Just my luck that it broke right after warranty expired.
Then why couldn't you link it directly? Instead you run it through a link shortener (against rules alone) that pays you for clicks.
You're just trying to make money from us clicking that link...