yes they do they are called crystal pro
changhong monoprice are very good. teksnydicate did some reviews on korean specific monitors so check that out. ur gpu definitely handle the games on that resolution with good fps on high settings. it comes down to are you willing to spend the money and do you plan on upgrading in a short time because monitors last longer than the components in the computer.
use what the motherboard says every board is diffrent that may just be the most common
gskill is a top choice and is on sale alot as well. they have many colors and a good rep. kingston is also a good choice hyperx in perticuar
2006 most likely used ddr2 so if that's so no for the ram however the hard drives whould be fine but they will most likely be not large or very fast or reliable. if possible give us a list of all the components in it so we can more effectively give you recommendations.
4x4 ddr4 has had rumors to require same kits for optimal overclock performance and compatability
ok sounds like to little power/ not stable power try a diffrnt outet on a diffrent circuit
mr lucky's build looks good i would just suggest ram thats 1866mhz and a 600w if you can splurg an extra 15 bucks
start with reinstaling the drivers
it would come saterdaY through ups because they would ship from facility till the afternoon just make sure you click hast track order
for video rendering faster is better 2133 ddr3 has droped in price pretty significantly so if you can find a set of that that would be best however the "gaming benafits" is low 1866 is what i would say should be the standard now considering the cost from 1600 is nothing to pennies.
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no its not but games that use 4 threads can benafit when you youtube and have other programs like fraps running too
hard to see but nothing is thouching the fans? does the noise go away when the fans are at a faster speed if neither of these it might be something internal. coil whine seems unlikly but posible an unbalanced fan or bad bearing
not confirmed but likly to be very soon
for 100 more no it wont
go on the memory tab here click in 1866 mhz and 2133 and put price from low to high
cost wise the cpu and ram are fine you would need a new psu if you were to get a new gpu i would recomend something like a 500-600w and 280x/285 however if you want to get crazy and go higher end a 290x thats on sale would be very reasonable
now thats a more resonable cpu its 60 less than the 4790 and has similar clocks
you can get something like the h220 or 320 since they are upgradable
you are also forgeting that the 1240 is a gen behind and the ipc is higher on haswell along with the higher clocks i didnt say it would be amazing diffrence i gave my input for which would be better for what he said he would be using it for
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yes and no it is possible to copy a complete hard drive by cloning the drive with software like acronis or norton ghost but usualy the activation key is not transfered and is motherboard locked you may still need to copy your files manualy. they are also some other things that can go wrong, the regestry for each computer because the motherboard is different may not work
basicly yes however you do have some benafits with having higher clocks though. all the xeons in the same price range operate at 3.5ghz while the 4790 at 3.6ghz while being 30 bucks lower in cost and the k version at 4.0
you can use a xeon theres nothing wrong with that however if your really looking for a good multitasking cpu i would suggest the 4790 non k if you reall dont plan on overclocking
yes but the control will only see it as one fan
can you post a link so i can refrence this?
yes i know mitx is what that board is i was refering to a non thin mitx witch is the standard that is using
this motherboard doesnt require a psu but rather a power brick like a laptop uses. from all the documentation i read so far it doesnt say that you must use the 4 pin power. given this any power brick should work with any number of driver you have. if you were to go the psu route i suspect you would either have to find one without a 24pin or have to jump the 24 pin connector to get it to work. but if you are going to build a nas why not just have a mitx board instead of the embeded solution. you can get a very cheap pentium or celeron with a cheap posible free motherboard for black friday and cheap psu
disadvanage 1. it old, dusty? scratched?
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if you dont care use it if it works and the screws are they and something wont fall apart why not its money you dont have to spend elsewhere.
if you can spend the extra bucks get the 970. its nice you did your performance percetages but what most people forget about is that the months that follow a gpu release show that drivers are as much as a performance gain as the new gen gives in general. what i am saying is that yes it might only be 30% better but give it another month or so and you might find new drivers that can squeez another 10% out of the card with new optmization coming out. one good example of this is the new MFAA that nvidia has released giving it as good or better performance than MSAA with a signifigant reduction in performance usage
the 970 is a very good card that will do that but if you can wait and arnt partial to amd or nvidia supposedly amd will be releasing some cool stuff soon
pc parts are pc parts and there is only one that you would need to make a change fore. that is the power supply unit here in the americas we have a diffrent plug however the connector that the "PSU" uses is the same you may only need to buy a plug by you. as for the shipping i have no idea
they are a fine brand, to me personaly it seems they dont give as muany bells and wistles as others ones like evga and asus and this is how they can be a lower price
if your a bit crafty youtube how to sleve cables
they are reputable if thats what your asking
to teach you a bit intel has speeds that are stock"recomended" for the z87/97 this is 1600mhz. these speeds do not mean that you cant use higher speed memory it just means that anything higher than that is not guaranteed. for most it is as simple as enabling xmp(extreme memory profile) in the bios this setting automatically set the memory speeds to a predetermined overclocked setting. just as a side note some memory sticks may require higher voltage to operate at these higher speeds, intel recommends 1.5v for the z87/z97 boards but it is not uncommon for many manufactures to have their memory run at 1.65v
almost sounds like you might have a short. did you unscrew the motherboard or tighten any of the screws in tighter. i would go around your case and make sure there is nothing that is touching cables or parts that might be contacting the motherboard or other components like the graphics card that shouldnt
each stand is different but vesa is universal
it would cover it just dont say anything about it their constumer service is pretty dumb about parts so play stupid if you cause the damage.
you can find cheap faster memory
monitor stand are not cheap but any monitor that has vesa can mount any direction since the patern is 100mm by 100mm
anything is possible though i wouldnt think it would go down much cheaper
that could be true ive always gone in store so i have no comment on that. but for that price you can pay for faster shipping and still make out. if thats critically imprtant though i doubt it would take longer than a week to get to your house
it depends on what product you are buying. if you are buying from online and there isnt a store near you then no they will still tel you to send it into them, though the warranty does give you a direct replacement not a refurb or rebuild like some company will do. but if you do have a problem it will come down to time microcenter has a fast turn around. if you have a store you can go to then absolutely. i had an issue with a cpu/psu didnt know which but because i had warranty for both i when and swapped both anyways same day no issues. no down time
yes i have bough both of my cpus from them i wouldnt worry about them if you can go in store there is no diffrence.may i ask what you have heard?
whats the brand of the 700w and model we can vouge for the worth if it will make you feel better
like blasted said it wont hurt and you wont get any slower speeds
also make sure your drivers are up to date go to the manufacture of the wireless card to get the most up to date driver. i.e. intel/broadcom