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Jack McCall

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    Jack McCall reacted to Enderman in Help regarding ssd   
    This is a sata power cable:
     

     
    And this is an SSD:

     
    And you plug the sata power cable into the SSD like this:

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    Jack McCall reacted to laushik in New build   
    I don't trust kinguin and g2a at all... That's why I'm getting Windows 10 from newegg.
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    Jack McCall got a reaction from Blackhole890 in New build   
    Looks pretty good. However, if this is a first-time build, then don't go for watercooling in my opinion. Even if it's AIO, I"d still start with air cooling. 
     
    Other than that, it looks good. I'm assuming there's going to be some kind of algorithm processing/rendering going on as you have a 6700K correct?
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    Jack McCall got a reaction from Member in Buy Apple Watch now OR wait for the new Apple Watch 2??   
    What I personally would do, is wait for the new Apple Watch to come out, and then buy the original. Why? The price will drop exceedingly, and personally I can't justify spending $600 on a smartwatch that will have maybe 20% more features than the original one, which will most likely hover around $200-300 (from 3rd-party vendors obviously, not from Apple itself). 
     
    It's your call though, if I had to choose one, it'd be the original. 
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    Jack McCall got a reaction from wrathoftheturkey in Building a 4k PC, need help/advice please   
    Old CPU Last-gen RAM series XFX is a good company, but I would recommend an EVGA PSU The 212 evo is an oooohhh-kayyyy CPU cooler. If you want a '4K build', I'd go for something....uh....liquidy.  Other than that, looks pretty good.
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    Jack McCall got a reaction from Jetsada in Building a 4k PC, need help/advice please   
    Old CPU Last-gen RAM series XFX is a good company, but I would recommend an EVGA PSU The 212 evo is an oooohhh-kayyyy CPU cooler. If you want a '4K build', I'd go for something....uh....liquidy.  Other than that, looks pretty good.
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