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Kishi

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  1. Kishi

    Does a good graphing calculator exist?

    The only thing you need a graphing calculator for is tests that only allow for graphing calculators, at least in my experience. Back in high school and in university they'd only let you use those darn TI-89's. Hated the damn things, and they were so unbelievably expensive.
  2. I wrote it right in my head, my bad! Fixed it.
  3. Alright, a few points to be made. Firstly, you don't have a motherboard listed. The CPU you choose dictates your motherboard, because it needs to have a compatible socket. That being said a 2320 is a bit old, and if you're dropping the cash to get a 1TB SSD you should definitely shrink that and invest more in your CPU (Not to mention that CPU has been out of production for quite a while and there are some much more bang for your buck CPU's on the market). The 8GB of DDR3 RAM, what frequency is it? It's a little too vague to give you advice on. The motherboard you choose will also dictate what frequencies the RAM can operate at. Again, the SSD you picked is way more expensive than the rest of your build, it just doesn't match the build. I'd recommend getting a 1TB HDD and a small SSD to use for OS or as a cache. It'll save you a lot of money without losing a ton in performance. That money can be put to better use, elsewhere. Fans, don't worry about those just yet until you figure out what case you are using. Many cases come with stock fans that are more than enough for the build, and you really don't have to go overkill on fans in general. What is your overall budget for the build? If you aren't sure what you're really doing, I recommend posting your budget and what you want your computer to be optimized for, and the clever folks around here can help walk you through a build that will get you the best bang for your buck, along with teaching you why certain selections were made. We're here to help!
  4. Kishi

    Ultimate DIY Desk PC - Desk Construction

    Yeah, I feel like you're going to need to coat the "case" in something to ensure fire prevention. Also, make sure you really clean that thing out of any sawdust.
  5. Kishi

    Long Ethernet cable and router problems

    You're usually okay as long as it's shorter than like 100ft with 5e, in my experience.
  6. Kishi

    Wierd game problem

    At what point, if any is the GPU thermal throttling? I mean, I'm not an expert on the subject but I don't think that WoW is terribly demanding as a game.
  7. Aisle's build is pretty good, like he said lots of room to grow larger if you want to.
  8. What games are you looking to play?
  9. Kishi

    Virus on main PC (SOLVED)

    Take a breath man, try to stay calm. Going off half cocked is gonna get you into trouble. There is a possibility that your other drives that are on the same system have been infected, so be careful.
  10. Kishi

    Virus on main PC (SOLVED)

    If we're getting technical, is malware not any sort of malicious software?
  11. Kishi

    Good PSU ???

    Rosewill is a decently reputable brand, and with gold efficiency and a quiet fan it isn't a bad price.
  12. Kishi

    Virus on main PC (SOLVED)

    As DeadEye said, disconnect it from the network. If you aren't sure what's going on, your best bet is to eliminate the ability of the PC to leak any information or spread to other devices on your network.
  13. Kishi

    Free Memory benchmarking.

    The timing is the number of clock cycles that pass, if I'm remembering correctly.
  14. Kishi

    Was it a good buy

    This horse seems a bit dead, but yeah the Crossfire doesn't work as easily as you'd wish.
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