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tfw 30° C ambient, thanks summer

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H E L P

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32C ambient

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upgrades :3

>> No.56583847

>>56582051
>tfw 30° C ambient
> mainboard 28°C
wad

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Can zen or kabylake just come out already i think it's time for a new cpu

>> No.56584189

>>56582614
>Athlon X2

Those are the fastest things I could put in an ancient ded rig if I wanna keep the mainboard, how shit are they for just browing the internet and stuff?

>> No.56584386

>>56584189
My board supports up to Phenom IIs.
Comparable to a baytrail tablet for internet stuff.
Gonna pickup a cheap Nvidia GPU for Edge hardware acceleration, will make higher res youtube actually feasible while doing other stuff.

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>> No.56584984

>>56583847
Probably misreporting or you dont actually have 30c ambient temps.

Your motherboard can't be cooler than the air that is being used to cool it.

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Is this the Windows 7 thread?

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Every day until GPU

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got new gpu a few days ago

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Pretty happy with this build, upgraded from 280x to 470 for performance, temps, and VRAM

>>56587213
>inb4 980Ti for that screen
You need more fucking RAM, a better monitor, and an SSD

>>56585004
My "six core" says hi to yours

>>56584076
Should have gotten a 1070 instead of x2 480. Or just waited til the 490

>>56582755
Balanced

>>56582614
Best Korea?

>>56582568
Lookin good

>>56582051
>tfw when your computer only knows eternal summer
>tfw 290/x

>> No.56587718

>>56584984
>Your motherboard can't be cooler than the air that is being used to cool it.
Yes it can with a fan.

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>>56587718
>I was only pretending to be retarded

>> No.56587736

>>56587718
no, it can't

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>> No.56587831

>>56582600
This is normal for laptops especially if the fans are stopped for power saving when not under load

>> No.56587976

>>56587718
that's not how physics works anon, you'd keep it at exactly ambient temp. The air moving through the heatsink can never cool further than the air itself.

>> No.56588534

>>56587706
I got 2 for 200 dollars cdn which is really cheap and one will eventually end up in another pc.

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>> No.56588833

>>56588750
>>56588763
>>56587706
>>56587691
>>56582755
>>56582600
>>56582568
>No optical disk drives detected

*tips fedora*

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help ;_;

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I just bought an Supernova EVGA G2 550w and I don't really know why I bothered. Apart from temps being slightly lower the OCZ Modstream 520w from 2006 was rock solid.

Bet you didn't know you could overclock on this motherboard.

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>>56588961
>I just bought an Supernova EVGA G2 550w and I don't really know why I bothered

First they want you to buy a stronger, more expensive PSU 'to be on the safe side' and then they want you to replace it every few years even though it's still fine. I wonder who could be behind this...

>> No.56589761

>>56588833
>he still uses physical media
welcome to the future, pal

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>> No.56590146

>>56590121
>502MB

>> No.56590480

>>56588880
>[email protected]
Wtf?

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>>56588880

>14MB Grafikkarte

>> No.56590840

>>56590146
I'm assuming the other 10MB is reserved for the iGPU.

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stock clock was bottle necking the i7

>> No.56590870

>>56588880
>Core 2 Quad
>14MB VRAM
>74GB hard drive
What weird sort of time period dissonance is this? Did you build this machine out of old parts you had lying around?

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>60hz displays everywhere.

Why?

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>> No.56590911

>>56590894
Because there are already games that you're struggling to get solid 60 on for most people? Because 144 Hz meme monitors cost extra?

>> No.56590939

>>56590894
Waiting for OLED

>> No.56590948

>>56590911

You don't need 144fps to see the obvious benefits of 144hz, it looks better period.

Reminds me when you fucking idiots thought the human eye couldn't see anything past 30fps Jesus christ.

My dad still doesn't understand how gas mileage works either, he says its basic physics the distance is the same so the gas mileage is the same no matter speed you go.

Fucking christ, why is the world so stubborn?

>> No.56590989

>>56590939
you're gonna be waiting a long time.

>> No.56590991

>>56590894
>muh 144Hz TN Gay men display with shit colors
>but it's 144Hz!!!!!1111

>> No.56591015

>>56590991

The 1080 is TN, the 1440p is IPS.

VG248

https://www.amazon.com/Asus-VG248QE-24-inch-Ergonomic-Back-lit/dp/B00B2HH7G0

MG279

https://www.amazon.com/ASUS-MG279Q-Screen-LED-lit-Monitor/dp/B00ZOO348C

>> No.56591021

>>56590989
I'm prepared to wait several years. My current 4K IPS is good enough to last until then.

>> No.56591035

>>56590894
>he bought a freesync monitor
>with a nvidia gpu
why?

>> No.56591067

>>56591021

I'm glad i haven't bought into 4k. Very little content there, need another generation of gpu's to even take advantage of it.

By the time 4k is standard, oled will have come down in price, and 8k will starting being a thing.

>> No.56591084

>>56591035

I bought it for 1440p 144hz. Gsync monitors are an extra $200. the 1440p was about as much as i was willing to spend.

>> No.56591088

>>56591015
>https://www.amazon.com/ASUS-MG279Q-Screen-LED-lit-Monitor/dp/B00ZOO348C

>$599

That might be why, anon.

>> No.56591104

>>56590894
I'm not a gamer faggot.

>> No.56591106

>>56591084
eh, it might pay off eventually.

nvidia will probably finally adapt to VESA adaptive sync standards sooner or later once intel puts that into their iGPUs, or if the console upgrades use it

>> No.56591109

>>56591088

you can get a 1080p 144hz monitor for around $200

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CPU is 6850K.

>> No.56591135

>>56591113

Is that an overclocked 4k monitor?

Is that even possible?

>> No.56591155

>>56591113
https://www.amazon.com/PG348Q-Curved-3440x1440-G-SYNC-Monitor/dp/B01C83BE6U


Your monitor costs as much as a mid tier PC. Proof g-sync isn't worth it unless you hate money.

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>>56582051
Hehehehehehe

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>>56591135
It's 3k, not 4k.

>>56591155
Yeah it's a pretty expensive monitor. I don't think Gsync is what drives the price up though. It's a large screen and I believe curved screens are more expensive to make.

Gsync does make a massive difference over Vsync though. Skip to 1:20...

https://youtu.be/QU8dnhFZKmM?t=1m20s

>> No.56591267

>>56591067
I primarily use mine for work. Being able to watch 4K content is just secondary.

>games
>2016

>> No.56591283

>>56591211

It makes a pretty average difference, but not 1k worth of difference, i'm also on a 1070 not SLI 1080s so i really can't justify that level of enthusiasm. I like gaming, i think I'm good with my setup.

I would also like to say that curved monitors are also incredibly overhyped.

>> No.56591301

>>56591267

>working at a computer and unable to enjoy games.

that sucks.

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>>56591283
>I would also like to say that curved monitors are also incredibly overhyped.

I highly disagree with you. Curved is objectively better as long as you sit in the center of your screen. It's more immersive and it gives the illusion of a slightly bigger screen. If you go to a store and compare the same size side by side, but a flat and curved, curved will seem bigger. I did that exact thing before decided on a curved TV and now a curved monitor. Flat doesn't look nearly as nice to me now.

>i'm also on a 1070 not SLI 1080s so i really can't justify that level of enthusiasm
I work in the gaming/tech industry so it's more worth it for me I suppose.

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>> No.56591417

>>56591301
Well, it's not strictly true that I don't play games. I do enjoy a good puzzle game every now and then. Snakebird was quite entertaining, as was Stephen's Sausage Roll.

But those probably aren't what you meant by “needing another generation of GPUs” since they focus on gameplay over graphics.

>> No.56591456

>>56591383
Curved is objectively better as long as you sit in the center of your screen. It's more immersive and it gives the illusion of a slightly bigger screen

You have to sit exactly in the sweet spot at all times for this to work, the bigger your screen the bigger problem this is. Curved TVs amplify this problem 100 fold, unless you live alone or live with someone you're intimate with watching movies with others is problematic. The price premium is ridiculous for what it's supposedly offering.

>> No.56591468

>>56591417

I play games like the witcher 3 and deus ex. Do you have a problem with that?

>> No.56591532

>>56591456
Well I don't know many people that share a PC monitor with someone else. My 55in curved TV is in my bedroom. I'm either alone or with someone "intimate" so curved suits me just fine.

>> No.56591534

>>56591468
Well, the only problem I have with that is that it implies you're running Windows. While I don't generally care what people do to themselves, what I do have a reason to care about is the damage it has on the ecosystem around them. By supporting the anti-competitive megacompanies, you are actively damaging the diversity of the market and the ability for consumers like yourself to resist the gradual enslavement of individuals.

Apart from that? No, not particularly.

>> No.56591552

>>56591532

I like to slouch when i sit, i got to test a curved monitor once before, i am wholly unimpressed considering the price, I'd rather just get a higher resolution. I also really like to flip my monitor into portrait mode for some tasks.

>> No.56591570

>>56591456
I thought curved TVs became a thing because it was cheaper to manufacture or something. If that's true, and they charge a premium for it, it would be just hilarious

Anyway, what I'd be curious to know is this: Do you have to make adjustments to a FoV projection to optimize it for a curved instead of flat display? And if so, what are they?

>> No.56591575

>>56591534

I'm not going to waste my life worrying about things out of my control. Windows is the best platform for 90% of people, this doesn't make them unconscious villains you sad strange little man.

>> No.56591595

>>56591570

Generally no, you don't, curved screens do most of the work for you. Also, they do cost a premium, so it's hilarious.

>> No.56591624

>>56591575
>Muh victimless crime
I bet you also think that taking hard narcotics does absolutely nothing to the mexican families slaughtered over cartel turf wars

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>>56591624

I would be surprised if anyone cares about someone that died down the street, let alone some people in a 3rd world country that was brought up completely unrelated to the topic.

>> No.56591663

>>56591570
>Anyway, what I'd be curious to know is this: Do you have to make adjustments to a FoV projection to optimize it for a curved instead of flat display? And if so, what are they?
No not at all. The curve is much less than you think it is. Curved screens have a VERY slight curve. Sometimes my friends don't notice until I point it out.

>I thought curved TVs became a thing because it was cheaper to manufacture or something
Nope, curve is more expensive to produce.

>> No.56591682

>>56591644
Well, I am the mexican family in this analogy. I already know that you don't give a shit about me, you don't need to repeat that. But rest assured knowing that I also don't give a shit about you.

Fortunately, the wrath I will unleash upon you is mostly in the form of not implementing support for your platform in whatever tools I create - an insidious punishment because you won't lament the loss, instead being afflicted by the silent suffering of unknowingness.

And with that, I wish you good luck with your life. May the ways of freedom never enlighten you, so you will end up suffering without realizing it for the rest of your life.

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>>56591682

>i'm going to make super ultra cool linux apps and u will never know it. [email protected]!

You made me laugh, thank you. That is some of the edgiest shit I've ever seen on this website.

>> No.56591817

>>56591729
The irony is that most of my users are stupid winfags, because some idiot always comes along and ports my software to windows :/

I wish I could get rid of them, they fill the support channels with such high amounts of noise.

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>>56587706
My "12 core" says hi to your "6 core"

>>56587744
I remember you. Man, what do you do with that thing? Aren`t most of those drives spares / hand me downs?

>>56587763
Forgot to ask you if that was a laptop last time I seen you post.

>>56588833
I might get a BD drive, but I`d probably just use an external anyways.

>>56590844
You ever consider dropping 60$ on an x5600?

>> No.56592166

>>56592092
>My "12 core" says hi to your "6 core"
U havin a giggle m80? You've only got 6C/12T. I've got 6C/6T. I'm fine with 3 module / 6 thread lingo though

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>>56592166
I was making a joke on the old hype they originally had with "virtual cores." I remember people arguing with me about how their gen1 i7 was an 8 core cpu.

CPU / Mobo only cost me $290 by the way. Gotta love the ebay "as is / for parts" hardware gambling game.

>> No.56592273

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA4JH1NB1871

Is there a good reason why anyone with a gpu that has a dual link DVI port uses anything but these?

Colour is great (PLS panel, equivalent to IPS), 96Hz is more than enough to get a smooth experience from more programs (or if you like games, it's good for that too), 1440p res so ample workspace and a nice size at 27".

Regarding build quality, the two I own have no dead pixels and minimal back-light bleeding and can overclock to 90 and 110Hz respectively before artifacts start appearing.

It's $230. What's your actual fucking excuse for not owning this?

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>>56592092
My "16 core" says hi to your "12 core"

>> No.56592370

>>56592311
Nice, have an 8 core 2680 v2 ES packed in a box. I was using it, but got this 1650 v2 for muh overclock. Didn`t realize these processors were locked down like a cuck`s cock on the base clock. Not sure if I`m going to try and hunt down another motherboard for it, sell it, or contact Intel and see what happens.

>> No.56592388

>>56592311
>everyone buying the configuration I want

I need to get a job.
But if I get a job I won't need a dual E5-2670.
wat do?

>> No.56592394

>>56592370
>buys a Xeon
>wants to overclock it
you're a riot

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>>56592270
Love used parts, everything in my build except the 470 and the HDDs are used. Had the rig for a while though.

>>56592311
Sheeet things are getting out of hand

>> No.56592408

>>56592388
Simple: Get a part-time job, like me

Also, buy used. They only cost me $70. It's not the CPU that's expensive, it's the motherboard.

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>>56592400
>everything in my build except the 470 and the HDDs are used
EVERYTHING in my build except the 470 and the HDDs IS used.
>mfw

>> No.56592575

>>56592394
>Not wanting a higher binned chip with a soldered IHS for overclocking.

There`s a reason the 1600's are unlocked, anon.

>>56592400
>>56592439
I knew what you meant.

Yeah, I got lucky with my purchases, motherboard was cheap on bid non-posting. Either the seller, or the guy before him tried installing a new bios chip, but fucked up the pins. 13$ chip fixed that.

Then the CPU was being sold as a return from a previous buyer as "non functional." Seller tested using a non-compatible dual CPU dell system. Tempting to go buy the last one he has, confirm it works, then resell it for twice the price.

>>56592408
Yeah, the boards are definitely what cost the most. Though I`m looking at a Lenovo Thinkstation D30 motherboard for $255 right now. Not really cheap, but a pretty fair price. Some dells are 200$, but then you have to deal with their bullshit form factor.

>> No.56592670

>>56592575
>Not wanting a higher binned chip with a soldered IHS for overclocking.
Meh, the main appeal I see in xeons is ECC support personally. I guess I can see where you're coming from though.

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Hello

>> No.56592839

>>56592670
Yeah, I don`t think this motherboard supports ECC, but it will support up to 128GB of ram if I wanted to spend the cost of the rest of the system on memory alone.

Another big appeal is the fact that xeons almost always come from servers / workstations where they`ve never been overclocked, or reletively mistreated. So when buying used, you get the security that what you`re buying hasn`t already been ran into the ground.

>> No.56592891

>>56592839
>Yeah, I don`t think this motherboard supports ECC, but it will support up to 128GB of ram if I wanted to spend the cost of the rest of the system on memory alone.
It would be pointless buying that much ram without ECC, because your error rate goes up significantly as you increase the amount of RAM you have. (That's why ECC is such a big deal in servers)

You can get used DDR3 ECC RAM for ultra-cheap though. For example, this site sells an Intel S2600CP2J + 2x E5 2670 SR0KX + 128 GB of DDR3-ECC for $500: http://www.natex.us/Intel-S2600CP2J-Dual-E5-2670-128Gb-Kit-p/s2600cp-cpu-128gb-12800.htm

>> No.56593004

>>56592891
>You can get used DDR3 ECC RAM for ultra-cheap though. For example, this site sells an Intel S2600CP2J + 2x E5 2670 SR0KX + 128 GB of DDR3-ECC for $500: http://www.natex.us/Intel-S2600CP2J-Dual-E5-2670-128Gb-Kit-p/s2600cp-cpu-128gb-12800.htm

Damn that`s a nice deal. I don`t have any need for that much memory, though. I`ll eventually get another 16gb kit and run quad channel, Was considering doing 64gb and making a ramdisk. But it`s not that pressing.

>> No.56593051

>>56592092
>he doesn't actually have 12 cores

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>>56592745
>Squirrel: You
>Yaks: Recent posters

>> No.56593105

>>56593004
32 GiB of ARC is more than enough to serve my 6TB media/OS pool at a 98%+ cache hit rate. Heck even 8 GiB is enough for 95%. I wonder what kind of heavy filesystems workloads you have that would require that much.

>> No.56593132

>>56593052
No idea what this is supposed to mean, so I'll just assume you're retarded.

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>>56582755
What a neat coincidence. I also upgraded to a ridiculously similar build recently.

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>>56592092
my 12 cores say hi to your "12 core"

>> No.56593723

>>56592092
>You ever consider dropping 60$ on an x5600?
Yeah, they are a about $100 here, I might get one at the end of the year.

>> No.56593770

>>56593695

tfw my 8320 is still better at video encoding

>> No.56593806

>>56593770
>13k vs 8k passmark
Probably not.

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I WANT PC TOO

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Which is better?
Sapphire nitro rx 480 or XFX custom model?

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>>56592670
Xeons are locked down, though. They don't necessarily have higher OC potential because of their binning either. They are mostly binned for power efficiency at low clocks not capability to reach high clocks.

My processor only takes like 72W @ 2GHz and 0.9V, but it might need like 1.4V and 400W to reach 3.5GHz for all you know. If it was possible, which it isn't.

>> No.56594683

>>56594152
Shamelessly bumping me question

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>>56592311
My "24 cores" says hi to your "16 core"

>> No.56595737

>>56594222
E5-1600s are unlocked, buddy. Refer to. >>56592092

Could easily run it at higher clocks on stock voltages, but it was thermal throttling during a stress test at 4500mhz. Even though I'd likely never push the cpu hard enough in regular usage to cause that to happen, I decided to stick with 4400mhz.

If you go back to westmere, the base clock is unlocked, just locked down on the multiplier. You can also overclock any e5 xeon on the base clock, but the best you'll get is 103mhz 9/10 times. There are a few golden chips that'll go all the way to 105mhz.

>>56593105
Was more or less considering 64gb so I could have 32gb+ dedicated ramdisk and then leave the rest for system memory. From the sounds of it, and after looking at some sshd partition ratios however. I would probably be more than fine with just a second 16gb kit.

>>56593695
Nice.

>>56593723
Damn that sucks, they might have gone back up in price though. But I was seeing 5675s as low as 70$ for a while. People probably gobbled them all up alone with the cheap "incompatible" evga boards.

>>56593814
Get a job, man. If you're stateside you can get an lga1366 hexa core cpu / mobo / ram for something like 200$ cheaper if you hunt around enough.

>>56594152
Never really heard much about the xfx, but the nitro has the highest factory overclock iirc. They seem to have the best binned chips with the least efficient cooler.

>> No.56595777

>>56588833
I'm sorry I thought this was 2016. What year do you think it is my precious little retard?

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cpu's at 4.5ghz, 1.17v, under h110i gt
gpu is 980ti classy, stock

rate'm

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>>56595777
>le calendar reasoning

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>>56582051
new and improved

>did some benchmarks
>10+ more FPS/ score
>15°C cooler
>a lot more quiet than the 290

I love my 290 but I'm happy I bought this Fury t b h

>> No.56596966

>>56590894
no money

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>>56592270

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>>56597059

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>>56597068
tfw i5 pleb

>> No.56597184

>>56597158
Also a much smaller socket.

5820k is socket 2011-3 and is physically much larger, also it has a soldered IHS instead of using a thermal glue which improves temps (and OC potential).

Matches a 6700k in single core performance (more or less) and destroys it in multicore performance by ~30%.


5820k is based.

>> No.56597464

>30 °C inside
What, how?

>> No.56597560

>>56597068
>>56597184
What clock rate is that at? 4.4 as well? I could be right about there at 4.5, maybe 4.6ghz. Also, I thought only the X series i7s were soldered.

>>56597158
To add to what the other anon said, not only is the cpu significantly larger, but there's no wasted space or connections on an igpu.

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>>56597560
Nah, all 2011-3 CPUs a soldered IHS, would make no sense to do two different production lines one for soldered IHS, one for TIM.


And yeah I am at 4.4GHz, but I have benchmarked at 4.7GHz stable, doubt you'd be able to keep up at that point, but you might be able to with good enough cooling.

>> No.56597981

>>56592092
>I remember you. Man, what do you do with that thing? Aren`t most of those drives spares / hand me downs?
1tb of porn,1tb of movies, 5tb of anime, the rest are backups or not being used.

>> No.56597990

>>56592092
>Forgot to ask you if that was a laptop last time I seen you post.
Yes it is a laptop.

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This is under gaming load

>> No.56598158

>>56598077
What CPU cooler do you have?

>RGB gaymen wireless headset

>> No.56598223

>>56598158
>What CPU cooler do you have?

The phanteks single tower 120mm cooler in black


>RGB gaymen wireless headset

I have a proper setup for speakers and headphones through a receiver but for talking to friends on discord and skype the wireless headset is just easy

>> No.56598800

>>56584076
You won't benefit much from a newer cpu, and nice GPU.
I got my 470 for $170 from jet. amazing price for the card.
I would wait and oc your cpu a bit.

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>>56597751
It throttles at 4.5 during cpuz stress test after about 10 minutes. It actually shuts off cores in order to stay below 70c. Might be a bios setting I can change. I'm using a noctua Nh-u12s with two gentle typhoons on it for cooling. If I went 280mm rad, or a big dual dissipation tower cooler, I could definitely go quite a bit further.

I know right now it had better multithreading than that 2680 v2 es I have. But it only clocks to 3.1 under full load. Technically does 3.3, but it likes to force the turbo off in bios. Single threaded was less than stellar since it would only run 2.8.

I got a friend with a 5820k at 4.2, and a kraken x61. Idles pretty hot even after turning the kraken up. I told him to get better fans, because even the water temp was 42c.

>>56597981
Wish I even had 5tb of storage, need to step up on that shit.

>>56597990
Cool, wasn't sure if maybe it was one of those microservers. Kinda curious what sapphire wants for theirs.

Picture taken pre rx 470 and gentle typhoons. Faithful sapphire 7950 I had clocked at 1050 core and 1400 memory.

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>tfw new GPU

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dank memes

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