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Everything posted by stconquest

  1. It is a peeing tool... dafuq =D
  2. Funny story... my Jewish pediatrician is the reason I am not cut.
  3. Bah, either way (cut/uncut)... they look the same when it matters. I would never advocate for doing it for no good reason though.
  4. The younger you are the better. I did research it like 10 years ago. I know the new foreskin won't have the same sensitivity... but maybe the crown will heal over time... so it becomes more sensitive due to the moisture.
  5. What you would get is the piston action working better, you won't be getting the same sensitivity back. It is worth looking into if it is appealing to you. ...but damn the effort needed.
  6. That's an 800W PSU? 150Wx2x2 = 600W... then add 200W more?
  7. The S12 has better components that are capable of running better than the XT when heat builds up. Heat will cause cheap parts to degrade and eventually fail. Cheap parts will also usually mean instability when the unit is being stressed. I mean, you can take a chance with the XT. It might be totally fine, I would not though. I have an old PC with a 750 Ultra LSP. It is not a high quality unit, but it has been running steadily for almost 7 years now. My XFXPRO 750W PSU (Seasonic built) runs fine too (3.5 years). I actually bought a Corsair CXM 550W as a
  8. He's got an 850W because he was running two R9 290s, each drawing well over 200W. Here, a little extra just in case: http://articulo.mercadolibre.com.ar/MLA-659086877-fuente-modular-seasonic-m12ii-620w-evo-ed-80-plus-bronze-_JM If you want to take the chance with the 520W S12-ii, I think that will be fine as well.
  9. I understand what you mean, but he is not going to pull much more than 450W at max system load. lol, I have two PCs, each running 750W PSUs... each probably not even pulling half that. This is because I was never sure, so I overdid it. The Seasonic 520W S12ii should be enough. If you want a little more power for whatever reason... let's see... https://www.precio-calidad.com.ar/tienda/fuentes/fuente-seasonic-s12-ii-evo-620w-80-plus-modular/
  10. So, you have different parts and that means all other systems are like yours?..
  11. It is the S12ii, I made a mistake. http://pcpartpicker.com/product/fZyFf7/seasonic-power-supply-s12ii520bronze
  12. That XFX (XT) line is not made by Seasonic. It is not that good. I think every other XFX unit is made by Seasonic. How about the Seasonic S12ii 520W, non-modular?
  13. 150W (GPU1) + 150W (GPU2) + 150W (System) = 450W The PC won't even draw 400W while gaming. Semi http://pcpartpicker.com/product/DPCwrH/seasonic-power-supply-ssr550rm Full http://pcpartpicker.com/product/sMM323/evga-supernova-g3-550w-80-gold-certified-fully-modular-atx-power-supply-220-g3-0550
  14. ...unless he already has one... then it is not as bad.
  15. I thought you meant four RX 480s... you meant two 4GB 480s.
  16. Don't do that. @DaemonWarrior44 You meant two of them, I saw x4... A good 550W PSU will do. Want some suggestions?
  17. Man, the OC'ers are gonna jump in a rip you a new one. Replacing the TIM with CLU (replacing the IHS) has shown persistent, and meaningful, results for Intel CPUs.
  18. @killcomic One more (two more actually) thing, if you do look further into Ryzen: 1. Not all 8GB sticks are dual rank. Make sure the kits you look at specify that they are capable of rank interleaving, a.k.a: Dual Rank. Apparently all 16GB sticks are D.R. 2. I looked up Ryzen verified memory for another member and when going through Gigabyte's Memory Support List I found a single 8GB stick (DR/3000MHz). I looked it up on PCPP and found the 16GB (2x8GB) kit had the exact same model number. If you get the model number for an 8GB stick, look up 2x8GB kits for the sa
  19. I'd probably go with the 7700K as of now. I really like the idea of having an 8c/16t enthusiast CPU, but I would consider it too early to jump on the Ryzen train... especially if my local Ryzen market was scarce. You could just grab a popular kit of RAM (GSkill/Corsair) and hope that a fix will be arriving if you have issues running it at 2933MHz. <Isn't that so appealing?
  20. Without the monitor, the build is about the same price as the pre-built. You get a much more powerful graphics card. PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant CPU: Intel Core i5-7400 3.0GHz Quad-Core Processor (£162.97 @ Amazon UK) Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-B250M-D2V Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard (£62.80 @ Aria PC) Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR4-2400 Memory (£58.98 @ Ebuyer) Storage: Seagate BarraCuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£37.99 @ Aria PC) Video Card: Asus Radeon RX 470 4GB STRIX Video Card (£153.54 @ Aria PC) Case: Thermaltak
  21. You know we can't discuss this anymore... but I don't think lobbying is any more difficult than it has previously been. The content of the so called "tech briefings" is not important to a lot of these officials. That dollar amount is what they remember. I can see it now: A vote comes to the floor and a gov't official opens a little "black book". "Ah yes, this is Wednesday's $15000 vote." They then look to the left to either see a "Y", or an "N" next to the line.