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  1. Tea1337
    So I have been thinking for a while, my A10-7850k is starting to struggle with my needs. It is OC'd to 4.4ghz, but didn't seem to help gain more performance for my tasks. I miss my i7-4690x something terrible, that thing with 6 cores could render my creations in blender, run all 25+ programs that i'd have open at one, and 200+ tabs in chrome(with 32GB of ram). At my new house my room is a bit smaller, so I thought of just having my PC on my bookshelf, with a HDMI cord or what ever going to my PC hidden along the wall, so it can be a sort of a decoration. So I have two ideas, an Intel build, or an AMD build.
    INTEL: This build would include a 6-8 core XEON processor, reason for this I won't be overclocking, I just need raw performance. And OC'ing would throw unnecessary heat into my already warm room. It exceeds 120* outside, and it's hard to keep my room cool even with the AC running. So OC'ing is out of the picture. The CPU that is cost friendly, and has more than 4 cores is the Xeon E5-2620 V2, if not I will likely get the i7-4930k or the next gen equivalent. This would be paired with 16GB of G.Skill Ares ram, I already have 8 so it won't be a big deal to get 8 more. It would also be paired with something like a GTX 860.
    AMD: Far cheaper than the Intel build, but also has more cores, but are fairly more weaker. To be exact the FX-9590, a power hog, heat throwing monster of a CPU. It will have to be water cooled, and i'd have to go with a ATX motherboard. Since it's cheaper it will be also paired with 16GB of ram, and a GTX 870.
    Complete uses for the build: It will be used with one 1080p monitor, and maybe one 1200p monitor for programming. AND, one 4K TV that I will use to watch movies and such in my room, replacing my 720p, 32" TV. No games will be played in the 4K monitor, so any of the rigs should be able to handle streaming a movie at 1080p+.The rig may be used for F@H, but for sure will be used to render, edit, stream, and game creation.
  2. Tea1337
    /rant/ It is a long Blog, but I had to vent and let it out. Sorry for the strong language it kinda just cam out. That's not what 'she' said.
    Scroll down to read it all :D Have a nice read.
    I think the US Government fucking sucks when it comes to the WWW, they don't understand fucking shit, just a bunch of power hungry fucking slobs that just want more money. Same goes for the ISP's, they don't appose these laws and want to charge ME, to view a fucking website or get data.
    The US's national average speed, is hardly enough to handle 5 devices on a network at a time. If you want 45/5, here with a local company it costs $13,000 and month. What's wrong with that number? It's on a copper line. Then look at the good ole England, it's 7.50 pounds a fucking month for 50/5. And that's usually on a copper line.
    But, we have good old Google. Boasting out with the 'Google Fiber' Internet service. With 2 basic internet packages, For a one-time $300 installation fee, you can get FREE 5/1 internet speeds for life. And for $70/m you can get 1000/1000mbps with the average speed of 835/860. They have the best speed/price ratio in the entire Globe. Just stomping on all ISP's and making them look like garbage. Their 1gbps speeds cost just $0.07 per mbps.
    I think the US Government should stop being anally gay, Drill out OWN oil, and get out of debt and stop making china a world power. They should PAY Google to get their fiber services all across America, and maybe into other countries. Almost every school in the US doesn't have the bandwidth for more than 150 computers to be using the internet at one point. The internet IS the future of learning, we should be able to learn anything, free-of-charge.
    Internet is more than just a convenience now, it's a way of life. Most all businesses wouldn't exist without it, it's like water for humans. Without these connection speeds how are we supposed to learn? We can't wait 10 minutes for a page to load, time is money and not everyone has a lot of time. We should be able to use the internet, free-of-charge, and not pay money through the butt-hole in order to get a good connection speed to be productive.
    It's time for the people to make a change instead of sitting there dumbfounded and make shit happen.