Seasonic is a good company, so that is pretty good. As for the SSDs, you can get the m.2, it can provide some higher speeds for transfering data, as long as price isnt an issue. Plus, if you get the M.2 drive, you won't have to worry about SATA cables.
This is true...
I don't think the EVGA 1000GQ is neccessary, just get the 850. The system won't use 1000 watts unless you are going to do some extreme overclocking. As for graphics, I personally would go for the GTX cards, as they tend to be more power efficient and cooler(as long as you don't buy blower style cards). The GTX 1080 and 1080ti most of the time have a bit more power than the Vega 64, when playing games.
I know, this topic came up because I happened to look at my stats. Anyways, I would consider uselesscomments just to bring up numbers spamming.
For rendering videos the extra cores will definitely help, but won't really do too much for gaming. I think, for what you want to do, the Threadripper will do well. Just don't get one for strictly gaming.
I wouldn't wait honestly. If you wait for the newest tech, a new rumor could pop up, then you will wait again, and still not have anything. mean, if you just want to do the upgrade, and it isn't neccessary, then I would wait at least until Zen 2 release, then make a decision from there. By then, you might even be able to get a 2700 for cheap if the new stuff isnt what you expected.
Oh wow, thats a lot of comments! I am not really as active as I could be, honestly a good portion of them are from OT and general discussion.
Oh...I see. The one thing PCPP is missing... Long live Karma!
Hmmm...I think I need to establish special cases...
Oh yeah, that was when one of the karma threads went crazy...
Lol I might actually do that just 'cause now
Yep, you should be fine, just don't build on carpet or something similar.
If you really feel uncomfortable about the whole ESD thing, you could get an ESD strap to ground yourself. Not really necessary though.
Um...no? I already gave ya $50 to put in it, so its only worth 50 to me.
Zip ties are probably best for in the case, as you can trim them down to take up less space. With Velcro that can be more difficult. I would use any Velcro strips you have to organize cables outside of your case, such as USB cables or power. Then you can easily take them off and relocate or change things out quickly. Inside the case it won't really matter; you already opened the case, so cutting a few zip ties shouldn't be an issue.
Yeah, I’d say go for the build as well. No one knows what to expect from Stadia; it could be like the other game streaming stuff out there.
Sorry, here it is. I posted this in a hurry
My completed build is what I am currently using. (FX 8300) I game at 1080p, do some CAD work, and program. I also encode videos and rip DVDs, and I want it to take shorter than 2 hours+ to finish. The only reason for windows is because the current version I have is OEM.
Yeah, I understand, one of my mom's first jobs was with telemarketing. I kind of know what they have to go through from her.
Amazing you can fit so much in such a small case!
I didn't post this thread to harm or insult anyone, I just wanted to trick actual scammers in emails for fun. I have no intention to do anything to telemarketers and anyone similar. I apologize if it came across as such.
Ok, just thought it would be a cool feature.
Wow, I didn't even know about it! Luckily it was over water this time...
It all depends on perspective...
Do you recommend getting a separate email account for this, or could I use my current one?
Well, what about the "Karma Store", and other memes?
Has the whole Karma thing been around since then?
Yeah, half of my congregation at church actively caries at the church too. I honestly don't even think about it, I actually prefer it honestly.
How long have you been a member? That's a lot!
Oh, and you are the only one to reach Karma Illuminati level.
Yeah, I think I see that now...
There, now you have 500, congratulations.
Yeah, who keeps doing that? I see deleted comments on every thread!
I have 211 karma, definitely not the most on this site...
Just make sure she doesn't use chrome too much, as that can eat up 4gb pretty quickly...
Well, I don't think forcing people to own guns is right, especially for those who don't believe in owning them. But, honestly, I wouldn't worry about mass shootings. The only reason mass shootings happen is because people don't have guns. These people aren't stupid. Think about it. Schools don't have guns. Shootings happen there. Religious places, for the most part, don't have guns. Shootings happen there. So, if guns are more commonly carried in public places, shootings are less likely to happen, since the potential shooters know they have a much much less chance of doing anything before being shot down.
The problem isn't the guns. The problem is guns are going away, so there is less fear of commiting these crimes. This stuff didn't happen nearly as much before guns started disappearing.
My mom made an illegal left turn.
The hardest part for me was choosing the parts I wanted to use. I spent a couple months choosing, then when the parts were arriving, I was still debating. Build itself took a couple hours, and it booted first try.
Open back are probably better, as I still want to be able to hear someone in the room if they want my attention. These look pretty nice, thanks!
Road trips, although now I wonder if anyone has any crazy tripping stories....
The Corsair M65 Pro RGB is pretty good, although it is quite heavy. Nice for gaming overall, dedicated sniper button is great for First Person Shooters.
Yeah, thought it'd be fun to try and argue it, but its extremely hard when I love RGB...
No it hasn’t, Tragiktimes101 is right.
It is extremely difficult to argue for an opinion I don’t agree with...
goes to a bunker a hundred feet underground to continue spewing false opinion
I changed it, although, I don't actually have that opinion, I just thought it'd be fun to argue for the opposite side of my opinion.
But, the mess of cables that goes into RGB is a pain, and trying to find somewhere to mount them can be even more so.
How much thermal paste do you apply to a CPU? (this one is depending on your choice of application)
- An inch layer
- a pea sized dot in the middle
- an X form on the CPU
Is it better to use dual channel or single channel memory?
Where should you put the GPU?
- Top PCI slot
- Bottom PCI slot
Is cable management important?
Why should you ground yourself to your case?
- So you prevent Electrostatic Discharge
- So you don't fly away
- Just because
These are just what I could think of on the fly.