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This computer was built for Prime Directive Computers VP Scott Barratta. It was designed to be a decent gaming rig and also his main work station. So far we have had no problems with this build and are looking forward to upgrading to windows 10. After the upgrade we will be running overclocking tests on it to see just how much power we can pump out of her.

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  • 59 months ago
  • 1 point

That is a sweet set of boxes! :0

  • 58 months ago
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thanks im uploading some more pics how

  • 58 months ago
  • 1 point

hy man dose the storm trooper window fit 280mm aio liquid cpu cooler at the top of the case or its stuck with the 200mm fan

  • 58 months ago
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ya right now we have the 120 corsair in it but there is defently room for the 280

  • 55 months ago
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5400RPM... Um, don't you think that's a little weak.

  • 55 months ago
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Well for general storage notat all anything that is speed sensitive is stored on the ssd. And it actuly helps keep any nastys from spreading fast

  • 55 months ago
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Yeah but for real, I mean come on that 5400RPM can slow down your boot up speed if your OS isnt on your SSD. Also things saved to your HDD launch and play slower with that 5400RPM, I mean come on, 7200RPM is obviously the better choice, and barely cost anymore.

  • 55 months ago
  • 1 point

Have you ever set up a ssd and hard drive combo? The 3tb is only for mass storage. Think of it as a huge external hdd. Would you put your os on an external hdd? Come on now think just a little bit.

  • 55 months ago
  • 1 point

I know, but still.... If the 3tb is for mass storage, what would u store? Normally big things are laggy, therefore they should be on a faster HDD, such as a 7200RPM HDD.

  • 55 months ago
  • 1 point

its more for a never ending supply of small things