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About Superdoge

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  • Birthday Aug 26, 2002

Profile Information

  • Location
    Somewhere in North Carolina
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Youtubering, PC research and troubleshootering.
  • Biography
    Hi there. Want to be special friends? Okay then, don't have to be a dick about it.

    Whatever the case, I'm 13 and I like to make cringey satire on youtube.

    Go away darn it.
  • Occupation
    I'm 13.


  • CPU
    AMD FX-6300 at clock speeds
  • Motherboard
    M5A97 LE R2.0
  • RAM
    16gb ddr3 @ 1600mhz
  • GPU
    GTX 1070 Founders Edition
  • Case
    shit is it really necessary
  • Storage
    60gb 530 SSD + WD Blue 1tb
  • PSU
    Corsair CX430
  • Mouse
    Proteus Core G502
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home

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  1. I just got a GTX 1070 for myself for my birthday, and was aware of the fact that my FX-6300 at clock speeds would definitely bottleneck the card, as my monitor is only a 1080p 60hz monitor. When the time comes for me to get a 1440p or 4k monitor, I will need to upgrade the CPU and get a new motherboard, I'll more than likely be on a budget. With that being said what is the cheapest CPU I can buy that won't bottleneck the card?
  2. I can't say I can tell you much about toshiba. A few more is the Seagate Barracuda. I know for a fact seagate has good products. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Seagate-ST1000DM003-inch-Barracuda-Drive/dp/B005T3GRNW/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1459024567&sr=8-2&keywords=1tb+hdd
  3. then a $50 1TB green drive will be your best choice.
  4. That's a good question. If you've had your HDD for a long time, like a few years, it's time to trash it. It's hard to actually be sure of the reliability compared to SSDs and HDDs. If you drop your machine, a HDD would surely be trashed. an SSD would likely be fine.
  5. I'll assume the Barracuda is also a SATA HDD then. Unless you're also running a NAS / other service, you won't need an SSD.
  6. P.S. If your motherboard is a PATA board an SSD would easily be bottlenecked by it. An SSD would be pointless.
  7. HDD is more than suitable for a server. Considering you're not running any other instances. The only advantages of an SSD is faster loading time when starting the server.
  8. w-why would your PSU be of any concern? If your power isn't spiking from your 120VAC wall socket and it's a reputable brand, and it can handle the rated power consumption, why would it not be good enough running 24/7?
  9. Hey, that's pretty good! Where is it?
  10. 2M cache... 90nm lithography.... 3.8ghz clock speed... Single Core... 64 bit... Jesus... this thing is all over the place.
  11. I don't have the biggest budget at the moment. About a year ago when I was very naive about computers (I was twelve, and a moron) I built a system with a Xeon x3430, 4gb DDR3, a GTX 660, a CX 430, and a Intel DQ57TM. My budget was small at the time, and I sold my motherboard and CPU because I thought I wouldn't need that computer anymore. I used it for Photoshop, Premiere, After Effects and Firefox. Nothing else. Whatever the case, I need that PC again but I don't have money for a new expensive motherboard and CPU. Anyone have any suggestions?