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Craftable124

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About Craftable124

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  • Birthday May 18

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    127.0.0.1
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    PC hardware, Electrical Engineering, BIG TRUCKS and little cars.
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    Hi. I do stuff.

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  1. This is pretty much what I was thinking, but wanted extra opinions before I made any decisions. My hope is to be able to hit around the 400 mark because I feel if I got close to $300 it wouldn't really be worth the effort since I could keep the 980 and repurpose the rest of the parts somehow.
  2. EDIT: Why is this in graphics cards? Meant to put it in general discussion Alright, as you all know, zen 2 processors are upon us and as such I'm jumping ship to team red this summer. I'm thinking of selling my whole PC, since I want to make the move to mATX and change platforms, so most of it has to go anyway. The only thing that would change is I'll keep my 850 watt power supply and replace it with one more suited to this rig. Specs: CPU: I5-3570k GPU: Gtx 980 RAM: 8GB ddr3 (1833mhz) Cooling: Corsair h80i v2 cooler Storage: 1TB HDD + 120gb SSD MoBo: Gigabyte H77N-WIFI Case: Fractal Define Nano S (non-window) I put this system together last year since I've been laptop-only since 2016 and wanted something for games. Mostly I've played DOOM, GTA V, CS:GO, etc so not exactly brand new titles, however this system seems to handle 1080p gaming very well. The biggest issue here going to be CPU, because even though it's a K chip, the motherboard is H77 and hence non-overclockable. So again, it would be sold as pictured but with a different PSU, and the stock corsair fans on the rad. Oh, and a little dusting, of course. So, what do you guys think I can get out of this, selling online in the US? Build image:
  3. Me and my friends used to listen to this song back in high school (around 2014) about computers from youtube that as far as I remember was made in the late 2000s. the only line I remember is "computers are at my window making irritating noise" I'm trying to see of anyone around here remembers this gem because it's pretty much a staple of my childhood at this point, and I can't find it anywhere. We even got the school to play it over the PA one morrning, much to the confusion of the entire school population.
  4. 2:1 doesn't bother me on my 16:9 TV. I'm also used to watching 16:9 content on a 16:10 monitor so bars are nothing new for me. It's a good aspect ratio to be reasonable on modern phones, 16:9 displays and 21:9 displays.
  5. I saw that the comments were disabled. Then proceeded to try to comment about why they are disabled.
  6. I'm hosting the servers directly, my connection goes PC -> 8 port Switch -> Airport Extreme -> Modem. He can connect to servers, for instance if another person runs a World at War lobby, or hosts a CS:S server we can both connect to it, but I can't connect to servers he runs and he can't connect to servers I run, which sucks because I run all of the servers. I think it's an issue with Comcast, but I don't really know, at all.
  7. As far as I know he's directly connected to his Comcast wireless gateway.
  8. Did you read it? Everyone else can connect to the servers, and they are port forwarded. Only this one guy has issues, even if I host the skype call.
  9. Me and a few friends play games on weekends, or days we have off work, etc. and I host a few servers so we can play, a TF2 server, a Teamspeak server, CS:S server, the list goes on. Anyway, one of my friends can't connect to any of my servers. Even if I host a Skype call, he can't connect. Now, all of my other friends connect with no issue, and if I have someone else host the TF2 server we can all play together fine, so I can't figure out what's going on. For added detail, we both have Comcast, and we live a bike ride away from each other.
  10. A good few hours. I was being extremely careful and I was watching though a build video as I was doing it to make sure I did nothing wrong, because at the time I had no idea what I was doing. I can do it in under an hour these days.
  11. I currently have one rig (4770K + GTX660) running whenever the PC isn't in use at full, and CPU-only (light) while I'm working. Only when I'm in certain apps do I turn it off completely.
  12. I guess I'll take it in. I tried everything I saw online and got no response from it, so it's my only option.
  13. (I have an HTC One M8 running cyanogenmod 11 snapshot m11) Earlier today I was in Asphalt 8, and I hit the home button to exit the app. The phone instantly locked up, and responded to nothing. Touch events, holding the power button, nothing got it to respond. My Android Wear watch also instantly lost connection to the phone. The phone eventually died and I assumed it would boot up normally after I plugged it in. I plugged it into my portable charger, which is 2.1 amp, and the light came one as usual. I pressed the power button, and nothing. I couldn't even get the "battery is charging" screen to show up, the screen didn't even try to turn on. Fast forward to now, and the charge light doesn't even turn on, implying it doesn't even take a charge. I can't get it to do anything and I really need it at this point. Please help.
  14. Vessel looks interesting, but not 100% sure if I like it yet. Anyway, the favourites are https://www.vessel.com/videos/Yj4PbcgKjbecause I like that HOTAS a lot, and https://www.vessel.com/videos/LCoY5zfFf because I love high-end networking type stuff.
  15. was going to ask what region you're from in case there is a price difference between currencies, then I realized you live in the same place I do, 127.0.0.1. I soon realized, Everyone livers in their own 127.0.0.1, I am now questioning creation of man.
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