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  • CPU
    i7 2600k@4.2ghz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z68A-D3H-B3
  • RAM
    32GB G. Skill Ripjaws X
  • GPU
    GTX 660
  • Case
    Sentey Abaddom Extreme Divison I
  • Storage
    ADATA 256GB, Mushkin Enhanced 120GB, WD Blue 1TB
  • PSU
    750W EVGA SupernovaNEX 80+ Bronze Semi-Modular
  • Display(s)
    Acer 1080p 21.5", Samsung 1080p 24"
  • Cooling
    Hyper 212 EVO Push/Pull
  • Keyboard
    Rosewill RK-9000v2 Cherry MX Red w/ modded keycaps, Razer Blackwidow 2014
  • Mouse
    DeathAdder 2013
  • Sound
    Siberia RAW Prism
  • Operating System
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit

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  1. USD, Newegg seems to be out of K70s. But the Strafe seems to meet my criteria.
  2. But it still has this thing I want a frame where the entire bottom of the keys are exposed to the top half of the switches
  3. I'm trying to look for a Cherry MX Brown keyboard that doesn't have a recessed frame. For example, something like this: I'm aware of various Corsair options, but I'm trying to stay under $110. I'd also prefer Newegg links
  4. Yes Windows 10 2x SSD, 1xHDD OS is on SSD Sure, hold on
  5. Basically, if I have any game open, everything else on my system slows down. My mouse cursor gets choppy, I have to wait a bit before a window opens/minimizes, and I can barely watch videos on YouTube if at all. Everything just lags. The game itself is fine. Recently, I've acquired the budget to get a new GPU and I plan to get the 6GB GTX 1060, but I'm wondering if that's what I should be putting my budget towards. I thought it was definitely my GPU, because it's absolutely pathetic but then my friend brought up the possibility that I might have slow drives. How can I determine what's causing me such horrific system lag? I know that it's not my CPU because it never goes above 60% load. Most played game is Overwatch Specs: 3x 1080p Displays, gaming on only 1 GTX 660 2GB i7 2600k @4.2GHz 32GB DDR3
  6. Ah. Sorry, but isn't that negative pressure? with 3 outtakes and 2 intakes? I thought neutral or positive pressure was always the way to go.
  7. I was actually thinking the 200r or the 300r, but my friend seems to be very adamant on the P400
  8. Huh. Wouldn't 1-2 outtakes on the top be better? since the hot air rises and the outtakes would just move it out through the top faster because the hot air is headed that direction anyways?
  9. Speaking of fans, how would I go about hooking up multiple fans? I'm planning to get a case to have 2 in the front, 1 in the back, and maybe like 2 in the top but my motherboard (some old MSI Z68) lacks in many fan headers. It doesn't have many at all. How should I utilize more fans when I don't have enough headers?
  10. I'm actually not sure which one it is, I'll have to get a closer look whenever I get back to my PC. Alright thanks dude I just thought 84 was really concerning for some reason lmao
  11. Dual Yesterday and also a couple days before that because me and @Stardar1 were opening up my case and I just said why not and I dusted everything as well as I could
  12. That is how I have it configured. Blower on bottom, ACX on top. I haven't used afterburner, but I've used other software (OpenHardwareMonitor I think?) and bumped up my fan speeds to 75% which was something like 3000rpm iirc. It stayed at 84. Will Afterburner help me push them further?
  13. My current GPU setup is 1x EVGA GTX 660 with a single fan (blower style), and 1x EVGA GTX 660 with 2 fans (ACX). The entire thing is in a case with very shitty airflow, and very shitty air circulation with an i7 2600k at 4.2Ghz. Whenever I play Overwatch or an equally or more intensive game, one of my GPU's stays around 60 degrees Celsius, and the other one goes to 84 degrees at load, which kind of concerns me. Should I be concerned? I have OpenHardwareMonitor and Speccy and they both say my GPU and motherboard are extremely hot. Would getting a new case with new fans make a worthwhile change to my temps? My friend recommended a P400 with some decent fans. Thoughts? Sorry if I'm being vague or anything like that, this is my first post in a long while and I kind of forgot how to explain things