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About n.ZERO_g

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  • Birthday 1994-07-16

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  • Gender
  • Location
  • Interests
    pc games...competitive gaming...arts...technology..and physics
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  • CPU
    amd fx 8320
  • Motherboard
    asus crosshair formula z
  • RAM
    8gb corsair value ram 1600mhz
  • GPU
    r7 260x
  • Case
    nzxt gaurdian 921 blue
  • Storage
    1tb seagate barracuda 7200rpm
  • PSU
    cooler master thunder 600w
  • Display(s)
    samsung sync master b2030
  • Cooling
    corsair h80i
  • Keyboard
    cooler master devastator
  • Mouse
    logitech g400s
  • Sound
    steelseries siberia v1
  • Operating System
    windows 7 ultimate 64bit

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  1. please linus, we will be your 1st batch of students
  2. today in an exam of database, i had to give example of 3 employees ...etc,, i named linus, luke and brandon
  3. 1440p should not be hard at all for dual titan x, you can even go upto surround 1440p for the dual titan x setup
  4. wouldnt dual r9 290x hold up? i am not sure..thats why asking?
  5. exactly, an i7 4790k should hold up just fine against dual titan x, but do make sure to have an atleast 4k monitor, otherwise the gpu power would not be properly utilised..
  6. http://www.msi.com/product/mb/Z97M-GAMING.html#hero-specification you can try this board, or http://www.msi.com/product/mb/Z97-GAMING-5.html#hero-overview these two from msi and http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813132131 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813132118
  7. gte an asus z97-a board...thats very decent...and not much expensive. but seeing that you are gooing for an itx board and case...your motherboard options are a little limited
  8. i dont think i can get it down much... i did ramp up the speed of the fans...to 100% ...and then also reach around 60c though in winter the temps do get very low...like cpu hits 40c under full load anyway....i guess these temps are fine...right? nothing for serious worries??
  9. i also thought for water cooling its a little high... but considering my atmospheric temperature in my country...are they still high? and as i mentioned i have oc and i do have both push pull fans on my radiator...
  10. guys, i have an fx 8320, with asus m5a99fx pro r2.0 motherboard, and corsair h80i cpu cooler. my temps in asus ai suite shows the cpu temp around 45c under less work and around 65c under full load. i have an overclock of 4.4ghz. and my chasis temp comes approx 50c while my r7 260x hits temps around 70c under full load...tested in aida64. is these kind of temps ok or higher than usual? i live in india...and its summer here..so atmospheric temps hit around 40c in the day.
  11. isnt it because that amd uses modules method, i.e 2 cores per module, thus it has 6 cores, but windows detect the mdules thus we see half the number of cores. i have the same issue, and this is my understanding how it works.
  12. i am more than 18years old...and thank you all for the help..i think i will take the os when it launches...since i dont want any crash or issues and definitely not being tracked. and directx 12 is my main priority in this case and i think they said it will launch in the next half of this year..so we can expect it after june right? and 1 more thing...r7 260x will support directx 12 ??
  13. i am doing a fresh install...with the windows 10 ..so i need to know aboout the drivers..though i have downloaded the 8.1 drivers already...for some..
  14. and they track what you are doing in win 10??? and the upgrade from win 8.1 will be free for only 1 year right?? after that we will have to pay....i would rather buy it when it launches...
  15. this is not my main pc...i have a laptop and thats the main...and i also removed the hard drive i had in this pc and bought an ssd...so if it crashes...i wont have any data loss since all the datas are in hard drive and only the os will be in the ssd and also some few applications and may be a few key applications... data loss is not a huge factor for me in this case... and isnt the latest build pretty much stable...i read in google that its very much stable... and i dont have proper it training....i am a student of it...and i want to learn on the fly... i have more than average ideas about windows working and not very highly..but adequate computer skills... i am going to be an it engineer within 1 year ...i want to try and any idea how much price will this os be on the launch??