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Vishvas Sudarshan

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About Vishvas Sudarshan

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  • Birthday June 28


  • CPU
    Intel Core i5-6500
  • Motherboard
    MSI B150M Gaming Pro
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengence LPX 8GB DDR4 (1x8)
  • GPU
    MSI Armor GTX 1060(3G)
  • Case
    MasterBox 5
  • Storage
    Samsung 750 EVO 120GB SSD, WD Blue 1TB, 2x 500GB HDDs
  • PSU
    Corsair RM450
  • Display(s)
    LG 22" 1080p IPS
  • Cooling
  • Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home
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  1. Compulsory for RGB fans to be connected to RGB headers?

    Okay so if my motherboard doesn't have a header, then no RGB? ? Isn't there any other way?
  2. Compulsory for RGB fans to be connected to RGB headers?

    @VictorianReaper @LyondellBasell I'm extremely sorry guys! I've gotta attend a class now. I can view and reply only after 8 PM IST. (And definitely will) Current time: 4:20 PM IST
  3. Compulsory for RGB fans to be connected to RGB headers?

    I was asking about the ones that come with the MasterBox Lite 5 RGB. Okay! Is there a controller in the case mentioned above? Cause I don't see it in their website
  4. This might be a stupid question, but do RGB fans HAVE TO be connected to an RGB motherboard header to make use of the RGB functionality? Is it like, if a mobo doesn't have a header, the lighting can't be used? Thanks!
  5. Cloning a HDD to a SSD

    Well I just went with a fresh install. Been 5 months and everything seems to be running fast and smooth! And thanks for the link to the guide, it'll come in handy one day!
  6. Which music track is this?

    LMG used it in this tweet - Does anyone know the name of the music track they used in this? I really loved it, and want to identify it! Thanks!
  7. New build(s) for office

    All we need are the basic Office applications, Printer/scanner drivers and apps and maybe some antimalware program. So I guess 120 is enough? Yea, but none of them come with an SSD. Won't it make a huge difference? (Please correct me if I'm wrong)
  8. Does an SSD make sense for an office PC?

    NUCs are convenient, I totally agree on that, troubleshooting, RMAs............ But now, I think, for a little more money, am I not getting better performance? Cause these won't likely be replaced for a long time and its good to have the headroom. Troubleshooting is a problem, but I guess I need to deal with it if I want the best price/performance ratio?
  9. New build(s) for office

    As I mentioned, all our data is in the cloud so we really don't need storage for anything more than Windows and a few other applications. So 120Gb should be fine right? And yeah, I'll see if I can cut the coat my choosing a lower watt PSU
  10. New build(s) for office

    So we need 3 PCs for our office, my previous posts were related to the same and I concluded that I will build the PCs (It's a lot more cheaper, and most importantly, fast and responsive (SSD) than the pre builts) So this is the current parts list that I have come up with, is it fine, or should I change any part? - https://in.pcpartpicker.com/list/CCFTLD The users will be using it for Excel, Word and browsing. Storage isn't an issue for us as all our data is in the cloud. Thanks!
  11. Does an SSD make sense for an office PC?

    What about the CM Masterwatt lite 500 or the Corsair CX500?
  12. Does an SSD make sense for an office PC?

    Thanks guys! So SSD it is! Now which PC do you guys recommend? Custom, NUC or something else?
  13. Does an SSD make sense for an office PC?

    The prebuilts I mentioned, one of them has a J series Pentium, and the other an i3(No OS) , so I guess one of them has too less processing power and the other too expensive (With SSD and OS)? Please correct me if I am wrong . I don't think I really need to worry about upgradability, as these systems will be used for quite a few years and by the time we need new systems newer CPUs will be available. Again please correct me if I am wrong.
  14. Does an SSD make sense for an office PC?

    Well if we're gonna use an SSD then I either need to buy the NUC or go for the complete system build, as the pre builts come with HDDs. Which one do you recommend?
  15. Does an SSD make sense for an office PC?

    The PCs are gonna be used for Word, Excel, and a lot of browsing (Office 365). Storage isn't a problem, all of our data is in the could, so the SSD will just need to hold the OS and a few programs. I had four PCs in mind - 1) https://new.hpshopping.in/desktops/hp-desktop-260-a102in-y0n18aa-1.html 2) https://new.hpshopping.in/desktops/hp-slimline-desktop-260-p020il-w2t12aa-1.html + ₹8500 for Windows 10 3) This Intel NUC with an SSD- http://www.amazon.in/Intel-BOXNUC5PPYH-NUC-Kit-NUC5PPYH/dp/B00XPVQHDU/ 4) Complete system build - https://in.pcpartpicker.com/list/c932d6 First, does an SSD in an office PC make any sense? Will it feel more responsive. And which of the four PC I mentioned will be best with respect to price to performance ratio? Thanks!