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chicken29843

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About chicken29843

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    Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Here and there
  • Interests
    Not computers, I hate those

System

  • CPU
    AMD FX 8320 @4.0GHz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte 990FXA-UD5 R5
  • RAM
    8GB Adata XPG V2
  • GPU
    XFX 390x DD
  • Case
    Corsair 750D
  • Storage
    Adata SP550 480GB SSD
  • PSU
    Azza 800w 80+ Bronze (is garbage, too poor to replace)
  • Display(s)
    BenQ RL2455, DELL 1907FP(dat 5:4 ratio tho)
  • Cooling
    Cryorig H7
  • Keyboard
    2006 Dell keyboard
  • Mouse
    Generic Dell mouse
  • Sound
    Generic Speakers/Hyperx Cloud
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home
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  1. Honestly I would avoid Asus because of their notoriously horrible RMA process and customer support. On the other hand EVGA has a stellar track record.
  2. Go for a 570/470 its around 1050ti price and performs much better
  3. thats right now But May was what I've been hearing, so very soon
  4. Bro get that 290, it smashes everything else in performance
  5. wont be a huge difference, go for the one you think looks cooler
  6. Dont have too many options here, honestly you should upgrade both. But if you're only looking to upgrade your gpu an rx 460 would probably be a good option
  7. you should still invest in a better power supply, it is something that should NEVER be cheaped out on
  8. Honestly, no. GPU boost 3.0 will boost that card up quite high without manual overclocking at all.
  9. chicken29843

    RX480

    AMD is targeting the mainstream market with polaris, so the $100-$300 range. Vega to compete with higher end Pascal parts will be coming 1H 2017.
  10. Rx 460 or rx 470, 1060 if you can spend a bit more
  11. its a very distinct thump that happens ever couple seconds happens with and without screws, it is indeed coming from the HDD
  12. Title says it all, when I installed my new drive, it would make a noticeable thumping noise, WD blue 2TB if that matters, it passed Western digital's drive tests, but the thumping noise is very jarring, strangely enough the thumping goes away when I boot it without the sata data cable connected(as suggested by WD's site). Any ideas?
  13. They are RGB leds, meaning red, green, blue lighting and everything in between , it is incapable of producing a pure white glow
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