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Sernyhough

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  1. Change your colour scheme to basic. I used to get that a few months back when my PC was performing as it should in tasks (Games, Benchmarks etc. There is a proper way to stop it appearing but i cannot remember how.
  2. If you don't want a wheel, i'd get a gamepad. Keyboard steering sucks in all racing games.
  3. Never heard of them. Good ones are: Cooler Master Corsair Silverstone Be Quiet! And EVGA.
  4. I use mine to stream movies and tv shows using XBMC from my custom nas.
  5. I have played FC3 on my PB278Q (1440p, 60hz) and on my friends VG278HE (1080p, 144hz) and i can honestly say playing it on mine after his, was the worst gaming experience i have ever had.
  6. Macbook Air? Seems perfect for your use case. If not, just get this.
  7. HYPER 212 OVER THIS ANYDAY! The only round Zalman cooler i ever used shredded my hands to pieces.
  8. Ah, The Z77 days i was rocking a 4170. :D Never got the pleasure to use any of Asrocks older boards.
  9. I'd be more concerned about a 4-pin on a Z77 Board. Personally, i'd get this. Solid VRMS and 8-Pin power. Dispite ASrocks bad rep i have been delighted with my Z87 ASrock board and it has not had any problems dispite it being on 24/7 for over a year. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Z77-Extreme4-Motherboard-Supports-CrossFireX/dp/B007KTY4A6/ref=sr_1_2?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1413757630&sr=1-2&keywords=z77+motherboard @Shalashaska
  10. i don't see how to could with those barbs
  11. yup... https://www.pro-star.com/index.cfm?mainpage=productdetail&model=P570WM
  12. Apart from the CPU (obviously) i did not have to change any thermal pads/paste
  13. I painted my Z87 GD-65 Gaming with plasti-dip and it survived benching a 4.9Ghz 4770k for 72 Hours. So i'd say its fine.
  14. Intel destroys in single core performance in comparison.
  15. the highest end intel you can get for $120 or like a AMD FM2 CPU
  16. For what you're doing, just skype and videos. I'd say yes.
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