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    I5 4590
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    AsRock H97m Pro4
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    16 Gb XPG v2.0 4x4
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    Gigabyte GTX 970
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    Zalman mATX
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    128 Adata SSD - 525 Mx300 SSD
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    EVGA Supernova 550w Gold+
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    Be Quiet! Shadow Rock LP
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    Razer Naga Chroma
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    Logitech 5.1
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  1. That's not how that list works. The tier list is edited to represent the quality of a unit in comparison to others. The G3 doesn't have problems because they moved it down the list, they moved it down the list to represent the problems it has. The G3 is a fine unit, but how you describe the Tier list is plain wrong
  2. Hello all! My brother and I recently got back into Wargaming (Warhammer 40k specifically) and have been thinking about getting a 3d printer so we can print out our own terrain and perhaps some bits and bobs for our models. I know basically nothing about 3d printers and this was the first place I thought to ask for a general run down. Anyone have a good suggestion for a 3d printer that is accurate enough to print terrain that size and is ~$300-500?
  3. A store near me has new R5 1600s for $80. I think its upgrade time

    1. DrMacintosh


      Great price

  4. So I'm headed out to help my brother buy his parts for his first ever custom gaming PC. We were looking at AMD CPUs due to their great cost/performance, and i noticed the local store we are going to have their R7 2700s priced at $230 but their R7 1700xs are $140. Is the 2700 worth almost double of a 1700x?
  5. Was that an option in the post? No? Didn't think so. For half the cost go for the 970
  6. It doesn't even look good enough to use as a paperweight
  7. So I've been out of the loop with school and work for like 6-8 months now, so I'm not quite sure on whats the current state of hardware when it comes to new systems. My brother is in the early stages of planning a new rig, we don't even have a set budget yet. But I wanted to get an update on everything before we start planning. So whats the scoop on hardware? Any huge pricing issues still? Any new hardware on the horizon (like releasing in the next ~4-6 months) that's worth waiting for?
  8. SLI is generally discouraged because very few games support it, and even less to a meaningful way. Sell the 1070 and buy a 1080.
  9. 3000mhz ram is rated to go UP to 3000mhz, if its in a board that doesnt support that high of speeds it will simply run at a lower speed.
  10. Current motherboards could need a bios update to support the new gen of CPUs, but other than that it ought to work
  11. No. You can build a moderately better PC, including a 6 core 8700, 1060 gb (better than the 3gb version in that) and a powersupply that isn't a fire risk (Unnamed 300w PSU, which is lower than even Nvidia's minimum spec). For under $1300, including a full copy of Windows 10. PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant CPU: Intel - Core i7-8700 3.2GHz 6-Core Processor ($299.00 @ Amazon) CPU Cooler: Cooler Master - Hyper 212 EVO 82.9 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler ($29.49 @ SuperBiiz) Motherboard: Gigabyte - Z370P D3 ATX LGA1151 Motherboard ($99.89 @ OutletPC) Memory: GeIL - EVO POTENZA 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2400 Memory ($153.99 @ Newegg) Storage: ADATA - Ultimate SU800 256GB 2.5" Solid State Drive ($66.90 @ OutletPC) Storage: Western Digital - Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($43.31 @ Amazon) Video Card: Gigabyte - GeForce GTX 1060 6GB 6GB G1 Gaming Video Card ($329.99 @ Newegg Business) Case: Fractal Design - Core 2300 ATX Mid Tower Case ($49.99 @ SuperBiiz) Power Supply: SeaSonic - 520W 80+ Bronze Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply ($49.99 @ SuperBiiz) Operating System: Microsoft - Windows 10 Home Full 32/64-bit ($119.00 @ Newegg Business) Total: $1241.55 Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available Generated by PCPartPicker 2018-04-01 19:25 EDT-0400
  12. I would guess a 960 give or take
  13. Yes the first 1 to 2 numbers in a model number (ie the 9 or 10) mark the generation, and the last two are the actual model. The 1070 is equivalent to a 980ti, so much better than a 970, while a 970 is much better than a 1050 and just below a 1060.