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About AdamxM07

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  • Interests
    Baseball, Camping, Computer Activities, Hiking, Outdoorsy Stuff, Paintball, Slack Lining
  • Occupation
    Dish Dawg


  • CPU
    Intel I5 4400
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Something...
  • RAM
    GSKill 2x8GB
  • GPU
    MSI Geforce GTX 980
  • Case
    Rosewill Stealth ATX
  • Storage
    120GB Solid State Drive + 1TB Westeren Digital hard drive
  • PSU
    EVGA 500 Bronze
  • Display(s)
    Dual ASUS 1920X1080P 60FPS
  • Cooling
    Corsair 120mmX4 - 2 (TOP) 2(FRONT)
  • Keyboard
    Razer Ornata
  • Mouse
    Republic of Gamers
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Thought about doing something similar with an xbox case
  2. Back to Building 🕵</All Brand New>


    1. Moonzy


      what board is that? im intrigued


      havent seen an AM4 board with more than 5 PCIE slots

  3. Soft shell if you got bad teeth ; )
  4. Where I'm from it's kind of half and half, some people do some people don't, just depends on the vehicle that was avaible to learn on how to drive.
  5. Thanks Linus! Have been a trustworthy source for my tech buddies and I, look forward to learning more!
  6. The difference in price between a I5 and an I7 is crazy, if there's so many different cpu's then why are they still "expensive"? 

    1. SnowyMus


      Segmentation. Companies want to make more money, so they set the prices in a way to get you to pay a lot more for them.

      For example, the difference between an i5 and an i7 (desktop) used to just be Hyper-threading and a bump in clock speed. Now, i7s are basically just i5s with two (33%) more cores, except they're still charging 50% more.


      Everyone does it, though. Intel also has their brand to back them up. To quote, "Value is in the eye of the beholder."

  7. We are on the same page my friend, im fine with microsoft just depends bascially after that point on what the user is needing permission for. I don't dislike either, I use them everyday and don't need a bunch of admin permissions really
  8. With how much microsoft has made in the past decades with their software you think they'd be able to figure out a way to make it not so expensive ?
  9. I support being able to use Microsoft products in a work enviornment 100% but if an employee is bypassing all sorts of "administration requests" repetitvely, that's a little strange to me.
  10. Bypassing any administrator is kind of showing weakness and allowing more room for cyber attacks. You don't just want any user with a license doing whatever they want, yes they paid but they may not always be using it for the greater good