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    TurkarYash got a reaction from PC_Master in Is it worth fixing my Lenovo yoga 10 tablet   
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    TurkarYash got a reaction from Princess Luna in Which Razer to buy?   
    So I am looking to buy a Razer Blade Stealth (Refurbished) and I have 2 choices :-
    1) i7 6500u (Skylake) 8gb RAM 128gb SSD  = $750
    2) i5 7200i (kabylake) 8gb RAM 128gb SSD = $750
     Which one to get?
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    TurkarYash got a reaction from NumLock21 in Which Razer to buy?   
    So I am looking to buy a Razer Blade Stealth (Refurbished) and I have 2 choices :-
    1) i7 6500u (Skylake) 8gb RAM 128gb SSD  = $750
    2) i5 7200i (kabylake) 8gb RAM 128gb SSD = $750
     Which one to get?
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    TurkarYash reacted to AluminiumTech in Graphic Card upgrade?   
    Oh ok then....... I would generally recommend OpenCL instead of Cuda but if you NEED to use Cuda....
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    TurkarYash reacted to Imakuni in i7 6700 or i7 4790   
    For starters, don't use CPUBoss. That site is pretty much useless. Second, the 4790 is not better than a 6700, as far as raw performance is concerned.
    But anyway, if it's only 25€ for Skylake and DDR4, I'd say it's well worth getting the 6700 over a 4790. It's not as if you could get a much better GPU with that money anyway.
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    TurkarYash got a reaction from Aditya_V in I7 5820k or i7 4790k?   
    simple answer
    if you only want to game 4790k will perform better than a 5820k
    and if you can afford a 5820k why not go for a 6700k
    it will kill both of the above in single core performance(gaming)
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    TurkarYash reacted to DocSwag in 7 gamers 1 PC, How did they do it?   
    You need the software.
    Also you need three gpus. An iGPU counts as one, but you still need two more. The iGPU is for the background, and the other two are for each machine.
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    TurkarYash got a reaction from Bl00dgod in Help Needed In Choosing Between 3 1440p Displays   
    you can find some used EIZO monitors on ebay or at bhphotovideo
    they are supposed to be best at colors
    it is difficult to get a used 1440 for under $400 but if u are okay with 1080 and used stuff
    EIZO is great
    or else the dell one is great
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    TurkarYash reacted to Starelementpoke in Gaming PC $500   
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    TurkarYash reacted to Benergy in workstation build   
    Probably go for a Xeon E3 CPU, 16GB of any RAM, and the used GPU is probably a good idea.
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    TurkarYash reacted to App4that in R9 390 for 4K?   
    The VRAM is nice to have, but isn't going to make up for the lack of support from AMD with proper drivers which is the current problem with AMD cards. And in editing you want CUDA. I'm a computer science major, my wife does editing on a professional level. No one who uses their card professionally uses anything but Nvidia.
    But, the 390 is a great card. For gaming and playing around with light editing it will suffice.
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    TurkarYash reacted to TheRandomness in Is this build ok? kind of on a budget   
    I vote this:
    PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
    CPU: Intel Core i5-4460 3.2GHz Quad-Core Processor  ($174.89 @ OutletPC) 
    Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-B85M-DS3H-A Micro ATX LGA1150 Motherboard  ($49.98 @ OutletPC) 
    Memory: Mushkin ECO2 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory  ($29.99 @ Newegg) 
    Storage: Seagate Barracuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive  ($46.89 @ OutletPC) 
    Video Card: XFX Radeon R9 390 8GB Double Dissipation Video Card  ($274.99 @ Newegg) 
    Case: Fractal Design Core 1000 USB 3.0 MicroATX Mid Tower Case  ($34.99 @ Micro Center) 
    Power Supply: SeaSonic S12II 520W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply  ($55.99 @ SuperBiiz) 
    Total: $667.72
    Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
    Generated by PCPartPicker 2016-02-07 14:00 EST-0500
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    TurkarYash got a reaction from ADZ_123_!"£ in R9 390 for 4K?   
    I game occasionally but not online or stuff like that
    its just BO3 or arkham series for which I can always reduce the resolution(1440p-ish)
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    TurkarYash reacted to NonaHexa in 1440P sweet spot?   
    The 980 is not worth buying.
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    TurkarYash reacted to comicsansms in NVIDIA surround with cheap monitors............   
    I am not saying you cannot, I am saying a 750ti is not powerful enough to play on 3840x720 with low settings getting a decent framrate.
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    TurkarYash reacted to Dan Q in 2nd graphics card(low end) for information display   
    His Cpu might not have them. And to answer your question it would work. You probably wont notice a big performance improvement though . But it would be cool.
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    TurkarYash reacted to don_svetlio in old high end card vs new mid range   
    A R9 380 is quite a bit faster than a 580

    A 590 WILL sound like a leafblower AND produce enough heat to roast a pig with.
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    TurkarYash reacted to Sauron in EVGA GTX 690 for $320, Good deal?   
    No, it's not worth it. SLI isn't supported in all games, it only has 2gb of effective vram (only enough for 1080p) and draws a lot of power. Get an r9 390.
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    TurkarYash reacted to Enderman in what is some good harddrive monitoring software software   
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    TurkarYash got a reaction from SaladFingers in HTPC build help!   
    thanks , I will go with the xeon and use my gt210
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    TurkarYash reacted to Qyoon in overclocking graphics card   
    smart choice in long terme since he will keep his cpu longer than any graphics card.
    I prefer buy an I7 with a mid graphics card than a Core I3 with a 970 or 980Ti.
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    TurkarYash reacted to Andrew Sh in overclocking graphics card   
    Ah ok my apologies
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    TurkarYash reacted to Captain_WD in Unexpected Computer Restarts   
    I'd still check the PSU if it's providing proper and stable power to the system. I'd also get the S.M.A.R.T. status of the SSD too.  I'd consult with the manufacturer of the hard drives as I don't particularly like what the S.M.A.R.T. status shows. The guys from the live support should provide you with useful info on how to properly test the drives and tell you if they are good and if your data is at risk or not.   Captain_WD.