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Thread: Looking to Build a Desktop

  1. I have the memory of a goldfish that refuses to scroll up a few posts.. anyway, you win: Fractal is the best.
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by Diff-chan View Post
    System built! Basically what I put up there but with a Ryzen 1600, two slightly more affordable hard drives (960 evo and Crucial MX300 SSD), and a better reviewed power supply also from Silverstone.

    Ive only tested it with Just Cause 3 and 3DMark and so far so good, although I kept crashing at Time Spy so I’m keeping an eye on temps. It seems fine though. I bought a mini-ITX case but there was plenty of room and it was easy to work with.
    Time Spy is really fickle. It crashes on me, when I overclock my 1080 Classified. Yeah, the card is already running a 2025 Mhz out of the box, but it would be nice to see what it can do at 2114Mhz.

    Good call on the Crucial MX300. I have the 750 GB drive in my rig.

  3. I built my 8700k, 1080 Ti, Samsung NVMe machine and it kicks a lot of butt

  4. #884
    I got a new rig.

    Here's the specs.

    Motherboard: Asus Prime Z370-P

    Processor: Intel® CoreT i7 8700K
    3.8GHz/4.7GHz Turbo SIX Core CPU w/ Hyperthreading 12MB L3 Cache

    Processor Cooling: [Closed Loop Liquid Cooling]

    Memory: 32GB HyperX FURY DDR4- 2666 (4x8GB)

    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5 with G-SYNC

    Power Supply: 750W EVGA® SuperNOVA B3 80 Plus

    Operating System Drive: [SSD] 500GB Samsung 850 EVO [520MB/s Sequential Reads] -

    Audio: Asus® Xonar DX 7.1 Surround PCI-E

  5. #885
    I just picked up a corsair keyboard too. It's wonderful.
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  6. Anyone have experience with Toshiba HDD? Are they reliable?

  7. Don't know but I just bought this:

    a few months ago as my secondary drive and I like it so far

  8. toshibas are about as reliable as anything else

  9. HEY GUYS I need something external that can be run in Raid1 and plugged into a router (USB or Catwhatever) to function as the master backup for everything on the home network. Extra special bonus points if Apple's fucking Time Machine backup can talk with it. Any suggestions?


    put 2 drives in that, format as raid 1, go to town with time machine


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