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About ThomasPham

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    Ripon, Ca


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    i7 6600k
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    GTX 970

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  1. There is only one way that they should fit in, you can actually see that there are more pints on one side than the other. Just match the lesser pin side with the correct slot and you should be good. If it snaps in, you did it correctly!
  2. Like a shortcut? Move pics to secondary drive into a folder, right click folder > create shortcut? Unless im not understanding you correctly
  3. Which is a very good and valid point -- But i'm not completely discounting steam reviews all together, but rather saying that you should also look at other reviews on other platforms too, and not just completely rely on one source. How many of those game breaking bug reviews stay on there after they have been patched, for example? Or another, lets say if a reviewers down vote a game because of "no mod support", essentially getting the game with a big overwhelmingly negative sticker on the right. How much would that effect the customer base that don't care for the feature? This debate can honestly continue for decades, hense why I revert to my original post -- take steam rev.... anything you see on the internet with a heavy grain of sodium (both positive and negative).
  4. I've always believed in taking steam reviews with a heavy, heavy, heavy grain of salt. People on there will negatively write a review for anything like my potato can't run this game, its the developers fault! I generally trust kotaku or metacritic http://www.metacritic.com/game/playstation-4/south-park-the-fractured-but-whole Although this is for the ps4 version, you can check the PC version on the same page. Oh another of my favorites is when people review early access / alpha titles because of bugs -- that always cracks me up.
  5. Huh? the reviews for SP FBW look pretty good, solid 8+ from most review sites.
  6. Build looks fine, you wont have much problems pushing 1440p gaming with that build. You can prob get a cheaper SSD though
  7. I'm at 5 years after grad, they still work!
  8. Have fun with your 1060! it's seriously an awesome card! On the behalf of nVidia fan-boys, I welcome you to the pascal family!
  9. I'm not much of a AMD kind of guy, so I would not be able to speak on behalf of any of their cards. However, If you're looking for cost / performance and with 1080p gaming, you can get a 1050ti for around 150 on sale. Otherwise your next best is either a used GTX 970, or a new 1060.
  10. What are you looking for exactly? I have a bunch of older CPU's that are in the used variety that I mark down pretty cheap. RAM, and HDD's as well.
  11. Yes -- I'd recommend you do it even if you had front I/O . It makes it THAT Much easier to access USB Drives, HD's and other medium that you need to plug in without having to bend over and look for a port.
  12. The GPU is heavily under powered - you might be able to pull off 320x 240? But maybe up that to a 1030, and that's a MAYBE
  13. Find your windows disk or usb. You will have to install it from scratch. you can get the media creation tool here https://www.microsoft.com/en-hk/software-download/windows10 you shouldn't do this though unless you feel you're comfortable enough.
  14. It should just say something along the lines of Nvdia Exp. can you screenshot it for me?
  15. Can you just CTRL + ALT + DEL, then remove the process? You should be able to restart the computer and resinstall afterwards