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Technological99

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About Technological99

  • Title
    Newbie
  • Birthday 2000-05-26

Contact Methods

  • Steam
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    @technological99

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Ayr, Scotland
  • Interests
    PC, Sailing and basically everything to do with audio (audio mixing, music, live shows etc)
  • Occupation
    Broadcaster at Unique Tech Tips

System

  • CPU
    I can't remember
  • Motherboard
    Custom HP Compaq Board
  • RAM
    4GB DDR3
  • GPU
    AMD ATI Radeon HD 5450 Silent LP
  • Case
    Custom HP Compaq
  • Storage
    a 1TB harddrive
  • PSU
    What ever HP put in there Compaq's
  • Display(s)
    A good old Dell Monitor
  • Cooling
    Very cleverly with HP Compaq's
  • Keyboard
    Logitech Wireless Keyboard
  • Mouse
    A gaming mouse
  • Sound
    Goes out into Audio mixer which I can use for live mixing which ultimately goes out to my speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1
  • PCPartPicker URL
  1. I would like a FinalMouse as my current mouse is starting to fall apart and im looking for a good new mouse. Looks really nice and good to use not only for professional gaming but other work too.
  2. Good to see it working again. Also, I forgot to mention Welcome to the forum
  3. Hmm. Those temperatures seem fine. With out over clocking (running at stock) do they both go up to 100% or is one core still limited?
  4. During the stress test and the overclock, were you monitoring your temps (you said that you were before). Maybe its just limiting due to temperature issues. I have the 5000+ version of that CPU and had temperature issues with it.
  5. The components are not the best but are CPU - AMD Athlon 64 x2 5000+ CPU Cooler - Alaska X4 (AMD Clip) Motherboard - MSI K9N Ultra GPU - Nvidia GeForce 8500 (reference cooler version) (this was a temporary replacement I had when I broke my old one) PSU - CIT Pentium p4 500W Switching The case is a case I bought out of Maplin so if selling individually I possibly wont sell (It's just a standard black case) Thanks
  6. Not sure on all the exact components but I have the PC open infront of me atm so I'll try and find them out
  7. Hey There So I have my old PC that I used to use a few years ago and its been sitting around doing nothing. I've decided that I don't need it and I want to sell it. It is in full working condition and there is no issues with it. The specs are not the best (back when I was using it, it was quite decent) don't know weather to sell it as a "PC" (Case, PSU, Motherboard etc all as one) or if I should sell the individual parts. Any recommendations on the best way? Thanks ~Technological99
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