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About ninjacookies00

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  • CPU
    FX 8350 @ stock
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte 970a-UD3p
  • RAM
    12gb G-Skill 1600
  • GPU
    MSI r9 270x 4gb x2
  • Case
    Corsair spec-01
  • Storage
    1TB WD Blue + 2TB WD Green + 240GB HyperX Savage
  • PSU
    Corsair cx600m
  • Display(s)
    Asus vs198 + Asus vx228
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow Ultimate
  • Mouse
    Razer Naga 2014
  • Sound
    Gioteck ex-05
  • Operating System
    Windows 10, OS X 10.10 Yosemite (Broken)

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  1. If you're in the 970 budget range go for the r9 390 I believe that it performs better for around the same price.
  2. I have noticed that my computer has been getting really hot and really loud lately and even after a full system cleaning and reset to stock clocks about a week ago I can't help but think that with my addition of a second 270x that I have too much heat not being exhausted. I even went as far as to try making my aio cpu cooler an exhaust but it didn't improve things much. I am looking for a good watercooling setup that would put me at one powerful gpu and cool my cpu I would like recommendations for basically a full system except a motherboard, psu, cpu, ram and storage. So watercooling parts and a video card. Here's the catch it has to be under $1100. Show me what you got.
  3. I am not trying to advertise myself and thanks for the honest feedback. I was really expecting these responses almost exactly, but no matter I will continue to gather money slowly and build in the same fashion... for now
  4. I am a very avid pc builder and intelligent teenager ,and I was wondering if an adult (not necessarily a tech savvy one like the people reading this) would pay a commission to have a teenager build a pc. But a custom budget pc isn't exactly budget in today's market. I guess the question I am asking is would someone with no pc building experience be willing to entrust possibly 500-700 dollars of their money to a 14 year-old. I guess them buying the parts and then having me get paid for assembling them could solve this, but still the issue of trusting me with the parts. I do have custom modded a few early 2000s pcs that I got from my grandma, built a pretty good gaming rig for my needs for $760 including monitor and os, and replaced the ram, hdd, and cpu in my mothers old samsung laptop. All of these systems still boot and I have linux on the laptop and old pcs. I am looking for money to build other computers. Not sure if this is the right thread (first post)