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Jodomcfrodo

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About Jodomcfrodo

  • Title
    Veteran
  • Birthday January 28

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    Jodo8

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    4770k @ 4.0
  • Motherboard
    Asus Maximus VI Hero
  • RAM
    8GB 2133Mhz Corsair Vengeance Pro
  • GPU
    EVGA 780 TI Classified @ 1300mhz
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide Air 540
  • Storage
    Samsung 250GB 840 Evo
  • PSU
    Corsair RM750
  • Display(s)
    Asus VS238H
  • Cooling
    Custom Loop: 380I, EKWB 780 Classy Waterblock and Backplate, 240mm and 360mm XT45, Swiftech MCP655, Mayhems Pastel Red, Primochill Primoflex Advanced Clear Tubing, Alphacool Black Compression Fittings
  • Keyboard
    Cherry MX Blue CM Storm Rapid-I and MX Clear Pok3r
  • Mouse
    Razer Naga
  • Sound
    ATH M50's with SRH840 Earpads
  • Operating System
    Windows XP
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  1. I just threw in an order for one of those. Need something strong and it matches my color scheme as a bonus.
  2. There isn't anything better? Was expecting something a little more expensive than that. (Not saying it is bad, just a little lower than I expected)
  3. Hi, I just need something to connect my desktop to wifi. Just moved into a place with no ethernet. I want something strong (not some staples/radio shack crap) and am looking to spend around $75-$100. Doesn't matter if it is USB or PCI as long as it is good. Which one should I buy? Thanks
  4. If the computer is fine, add peripherals. A new monitor, keyboard (!), or chair could really enhance your experience using it. I really recommend getting a nice keyboard though.
  5. I'm going to be honest with you. I've had liquid cooling in my computer for just over a year now. Unless you really see yourself as loving to tinker with your computer, don't do it. At this point it is just a hassle for me. Every time I need to drain or refill it, I just feel like scrapping this computer and going back to aircooling. I wish I had never done liquid cooling. This is not to say that liquid cooling is bad. Some people really love it and it does offer significance overclocking room. But it is not for everyone. Eventually, you just want to sit down and use your damn computer instead of worrying about leaking fittings and refilling the loop. It seems you friends dad would not be the person to want a liquid cooled system.
  6. I drive a 2001 Stick shift jeep wrangler. Linus understands the stick shift master race. Taking the doors off isn't something you fast car guys can do Gotta learn to drive like this:
  7. I through this together real quick. Check if everything is compatible though. I haven't looked into PC's since 2014 so I'm clueless when it comes to new stuff. Would be super quick and if you need more storage just throw in a hard drive. http://pcpartpicker.com/p/rjg6zy
  8. I'm just trying to stop you from looking dumb. Not trying to be mean but I actually laughed out loud when I saw in countered.
  9. Doesn't mean anything. I know that if I went to best buy, I sure as hell wouldn't want some 15 year old helping me. Best buy doesn't really specialize in computers anyway.
  10. First of all, it is encountered. Second; rocket league. I don't play many non AAA titles as you can see.
  11. Specific games and fps in those games would help.
  12. I've never seen anybody that young working at best buy. They probably understand that you will be going back to school in a few weeks or they don't need your help. I doubt it is that you're answering the questions wrong. They see that you're young and that you can't work full time.
  13. I think Clarkson, Hammond, and May are making a new show. All of them know that top gear won't be successful if all three aren't there. Top gear on BBC will fail and the new show will hopefully be good.
  14. I would just get one PSU personally but if you must get a second one, a regular one will work fine. I would get one of these. Flipping the switch on the back of the psu would be annoying if it was on the ground or something. You could run the 24 pin up to your desk so that you have this switch easily accessible. I also would not trust a paperclip for 24/7 use. If it falls out, you could have some problems. On top of this, would strongly caution making an external loop. I don't really see the point in doing it. All you will end up doing is spending more on fluid and probably tubing. Then you will have a computer that can't be moved more than 2 feet without the help of another person. Filling it would be a hassle too if you don't plan to have a mount for the res. You would need to elevate the res outside of the case for the best results.
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