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    Labeled got a reaction from Forge in Is the i7 2600 VR ready?   
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    Labeled got a reaction from 3 Lions in Upgrading motherboard, don't know what to get   
    Honestly you'd save money buying a used 4790k and end up with similar performance. You'd have to get new RAM as well z97 was the last to be DDR3, you'd have to upgrade to DDR4 ram as well with the 9400f
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    Labeled got a reaction from Mateusz_rex in Upgrading from FX-8350 to Ryzen 7 3700x worth it?   
    you could upgrade to a 4690k and it would be a decent upgrade, getting a 3700x would be a huge upgrade.
     
    I say go for it, the FX line was a big disappointment, especially since it's a fake 8 core.
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    Labeled got a reaction from EsquireVilhelm in Help required.   
    https://pcpartpicker.com/list/vCdWtp
     
    here is one with a lower target price,
    That looks perfectly fine to me if you can afford that. between my 3 links if you can mix and match some stuff to afford it it you should be good.
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    Labeled got a reaction from EsquireVilhelm in Help required.   
    https://pcpartpicker.com/user/Labeled/saved/s83q3C
    https://pcpartpicker.com/user/Labeled/saved/4BpykL
     
    This is what I came up with, but if a 5700, 3700 and x570 is 1225, then 1900 usd target might not be a good one to aim for if your prices aren't actually equivalent, I can aim lower for like 1200-1500 if that's the case.
     
    Also I'd recommend Nvidia over AMD if you're streaming because NVENC is better speed and quality wise than AMF/VCE especially if you have to go for an r5 over an r7 since if you're streaming x264 lower than medium then you'll get a better stream with nvenc.
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    Labeled got a reaction from EsquireVilhelm in Help required.   
    1,900 Philippine peso equals
    37.40 United States Dollar
     
    Are you looking for USD or PHP?
     
    I'm having a hard time imagining what you even could get for that unless PCs are just dirt cheap there..
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    Labeled got a reaction from EsquireVilhelm in Help required.   
    LOL alright, I was assuming he was asking country to figure out which currency since more than the US uses $. Do you need peripherals included like mouse monitor keyboard, or just the PC?
     
    I was gonna say that a shit CPU would be like 1,300 php and you wouldn't have anything left for a motherboard. lol
     
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    Labeled got a reaction from Ben17 in Early 2008 Mac Pro upgrades   
    they used socket 771, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGA_771 . The highest offering at the time was an x5482, the only other option from there is the x5492, and it's only 200MHz faster.
    DDR2 ECC, 32GB max *64 seems to be supported as well if you can get them
    it came with a Radeon HD 2600 XT, not sure what it supports though as an upgrade.
     
    Honestly if this is for anything ofther than nostalgia however, I'd recommend against using this. 45nm xeons and DDR2 ram. You're mileage might not be that great.
     
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    Labeled got a reaction from Bombastinator in Should I install an M.2 SSD or an SATA SSD?   
    a majority of NVMe drives are M-key 2280 which your board supports.
     
    Your English is better than some native speakers don't worry about it.
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    Labeled got a reaction from Mark Kaine in Do I have a dangerous PSU   
    If anything this is probably the biggest reason to change your PSU, especially at bronze, you lose a lot of efficiency especially if you're basically sitting at max load at that point your just throwing away money that you could be using to buy a better PSU just to pay your power bill. You also bought a K sku, might as well beef up the PSU and overclock that sucker.
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    Labeled got a reaction from Leonardo9717 in Do I have a dangerous PSU   
    "Potentially dangerous, but only in specific situations"
     
    You're most likely fine..
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    Labeled got a reaction from INDIANAJUNE2 in BEST AND SAFE OVERCLOCKING STABILTIY TEST ?   
    it doesn't cause un-realistic temperatures in my experience usually 3-5c higher than my temps in csgo. That's also why I only run it for 10-20 minutes to get any obvious instability out if the way before moving on.
     
    Not particularly. I've been running my 7700k at 1.465v for the past 2ish years and haven't experienced any degradation yet. for the most part your pc will just crash and reboot before any damage is done.
     
    In the end it comes down to what you're comfortable with, if a 2 hour stability test is enough to give you confidence in daily driving the OC then that's fine, you might blue screen along the way, but you can always just nudge the voltage up .005 any time you blue screen. The people that test for 24hrs+ are mostly just the types that want to have proof behind their OC claims. If you don't mind some random blue screens on the way to stability you can just get it to a point where it passes a quick stability test and just use it like normal until you bsod and up the voltage ever so slightly until it stops happening.
     
     
    There is no RIGHT way to OC, how ever you want to do it is fine. Everyone is going to tell you something slightly different.
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    Labeled got a reaction from INDIANAJUNE2 in BEST AND SAFE OVERCLOCKING STABILTIY TEST ?   
    Don't be nervous, it's a lot harder to kill components than you'd think, I've pushed 1.52v(even got an error trying to go higher than my motherboard disagreed to boot) through my 7700k trying to get to 5.3Ghz, but I run daily at 5.125 with 1.465v.
    As long as you have the cooling and don't set voltages to the red I'd say learn to do it yourself because the auto version might have a voltage higher than you need to be stable.
    I prefer to do all my testing with gaming, realbench, and aida64. while prime95 and occt show you max heat, in my experience they're too unreal of a workload to bother.
    I'll usually aim for a quick 10-20 minute aida run to see if it is just plain unstable, if it passes without crashing I'll play some csgo or other games, and if I don't crash while playing I'll run a realbench test while I sleep.
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    Labeled got a reaction from kirashi in Transfer speed not as what I expected (new update !)   
    Types of files will impact this significantly, Large files will have a larger transfer speed, lots of small ones will slow it down considerably.
    Depending on the size of these files this is why it is slow, transferring a folder with 12 large video files I was transfering at 170MB/s, now with a folder with all sorts of files like, Videos, Pictures, textures, mp3s, models, is ranging from 1-100MB/s.
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    Labeled got a reaction from Crosseyed Sniper in How Safe Are The Synthetic Leathers Used On Gaming / Office Chairs?   
    From some slight looking around nothing in depth, but everything I've found has shown these chairs using PU(Polyurethane) not PVC(Polyvinyl chloride).
    So if you find a brand that uses PVC, link it so I can take a look. Otherwise you're fine.
     
    Edit: GTRacing, AmazonBasics, use PVC, seems like the much cheaper ones use PVC over PU.
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    Labeled got a reaction from JabroniBaloney in Gta online. Why no one joining LTS,Versus, adverary modes, any jobs   
    .......... You do realize, speedtest doesn't ping the GTA V session you're playing in? It pings the Closest Speedtest server. Which is probably hosted by your ISP, that needs little to no routing(which increases ping)
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    Labeled got a reaction from JabroniBaloney in Gta online. Why no one joining LTS,Versus, adverary modes, any jobs   
    unless you're playing inside the data-center, your ping isn't 1ms.
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    Labeled got a reaction from WoodenMarker in Do I need a better CPU cooler   
    It's normal, CPUs instantly draw more power when they need it so instant increases and decreases of temperature are normal there is no grace period of it slowly increasing(there are factors that can cause this like water cooling takes longer to reach equilibrium so temps will slowly increase for a time but generally this isn't the case), and if you aren't overclocking you will be fine with the stock cooler. So it just comes down to if you're ok with these temps, If not then go for one, if you're fine then don't worry about it. 
     
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    Labeled got a reaction from RapidTurtle in Gta online. Why no one joining LTS,Versus, adverary modes, any jobs   
    .......... You do realize, speedtest doesn't ping the GTA V session you're playing in? It pings the Closest Speedtest server. Which is probably hosted by your ISP, that needs little to no routing(which increases ping)
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    Labeled got a reaction from Ben17 in Is cooling without a kill coil for a day or two OK!?   
    Probably, might want to flush it before adding the new stuff, but you wont hurt anything running just distilled for a week or 2.
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    Labeled reacted to criptace in Fan Hub   
    Jesus I read that as "available". Sorry for your time and thanks a lot
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    Labeled got a reaction from aka John Caesar in Is cooling without a kill coil for a day or two OK!?   
    Probably, might want to flush it before adding the new stuff, but you wont hurt anything running just distilled for a week or 2.
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    Labeled reacted to Hamface55 in Do I need to uninstall my old GPU drivers?   
    Thanks B!
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    Labeled got a reaction from Hamface55 in Do I need to uninstall my old GPU drivers?   
    You don't NEED to, but it probably won't hurt if you don't, if they aren't updated just do that with the fresh/clean(?) install option and that's usually enough. If you have issues then you can fuck with the DDU process.
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    Labeled got a reaction from Kanrail in Alright, so I accidentally bought a Radeon 5700xt reference card   
    The card runs hot, as long as you aren't playing in like a 35c room, you really don't need to worry. refunding for a better after market cooler will be way cheaper than going custom water-cooling. The heat isn't a driver issue, so that hasn't changed anything, all they could change with that is more aggressive fan curves or less clock boosting.
     
    So think of it this way, Water cooling is fun, and can look cool. Really expensive.
    You aren't losing any performance if you just leave it as is, however it might be louder than you like.
    Refund to swap to a 3rd party cooled card will be your most cost effective option aside from just leaving it as-is.
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