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#12 - yeah.they had an action for 38 Studios. Unfortunately, Nobody …  [+] (1 new reply) 08/14/2015 on Unpopular Game +1
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#17 - dovahnon (08/14/2015) [-]
well, at least it won't suffer the possibility of having a bad sequel for now
#29 - One last question. I have watched the tutorial on Newegg's cha…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/13/2015 on Graphics 0
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#31 - ruckallthefules (08/13/2015) [-]
The mobo is very sturdy. It can handle a few pounds GPU and a CPU cooler like the NH D15 from noctua which isn't light at all. What they are saying with "be careful with your mobo" means you shouldn't let it fall on a corner, because it might break off then. But really your mobo goes like this: Out of box, into the case, few screws and that's it. It shouldn't be able to fall in those 30 seconds that it's hanging loose. What they also mean is while working in your case and it's a metal one, you should try to touch your case every now and then to make sure you aren't charged with small currents which can blow up some circuits in your mobo. But that shouldn't scare you as touching your case is enough to not have problems with that. It's a really uncommon thing unless you are sliding balloons over your hair while touching the cpu slot before the cpu is in. Just be careful with screwdrivers, make sure they don't slip onto your mobo, but yeah, yet again never really happened to me or people I know. It's easier than it looks and you shouldn't worry much.
#27 - Thank you, everyone. I'm gonna complete the build once I get t…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/13/2015 on Graphics +1
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#28 - ruckallthefules (08/13/2015) [-]
It will. I can assure you that. You get to know your pc better if you assemble it by yourself. Take your time and enjoy. And don't be afraid to push that cpu down in the slot. If you made sure it lies down how it's supposed to be, nothing can happen. The cracking sound scared everyone the first time, but it's normal.
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#29 - adremalech (08/13/2015) [-]
One last question. I have watched the tutorial on Newegg's channel on Youtube. They have stressed that you need to be very careful when handling the motherboard. How fragile is the average motherboard? I want to know how must pressure I can use when handling it.
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#31 - ruckallthefules (08/13/2015) [-]
The mobo is very sturdy. It can handle a few pounds GPU and a CPU cooler like the NH D15 from noctua which isn't light at all. What they are saying with "be careful with your mobo" means you shouldn't let it fall on a corner, because it might break off then. But really your mobo goes like this: Out of box, into the case, few screws and that's it. It shouldn't be able to fall in those 30 seconds that it's hanging loose. What they also mean is while working in your case and it's a metal one, you should try to touch your case every now and then to make sure you aren't charged with small currents which can blow up some circuits in your mobo. But that shouldn't scare you as touching your case is enough to not have problems with that. It's a really uncommon thing unless you are sliding balloons over your hair while touching the cpu slot before the cpu is in. Just be careful with screwdrivers, make sure they don't slip onto your mobo, but yeah, yet again never really happened to me or people I know. It's easier than it looks and you shouldn't worry much.
#24 - In the US, I paid 119.00. However, I noticed I could have boug…  [+] (5 new replies) 08/13/2015 on Graphics 0
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#25 - ruckallthefules (08/13/2015) [-]
750ti is a great card for it's price. Superclocked doesn't matter. It's just how hard it's overclocked in the factory. You can overclock it as hard as you can. There is nothing to be afraid of. I'd recommend watching some videos of it a couple of times before overclocking. It's just trial and error. You start seeing weird black squares or color changes? No problem, dial it down a bit. Nothing really bad will happen unless you shove the speeds ridicoulously high.
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#27 - adremalech (08/13/2015) [-]
Thank you, everyone. I'm gonna complete the build once I get the rest of the components this weekend. I've never made a computer before and am really excited! I just hope it pays off.
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#28 - ruckallthefules (08/13/2015) [-]
It will. I can assure you that. You get to know your pc better if you assemble it by yourself. Take your time and enjoy. And don't be afraid to push that cpu down in the slot. If you made sure it lies down how it's supposed to be, nothing can happen. The cracking sound scared everyone the first time, but it's normal.
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#29 - adremalech (08/13/2015) [-]
One last question. I have watched the tutorial on Newegg's channel on Youtube. They have stressed that you need to be very careful when handling the motherboard. How fragile is the average motherboard? I want to know how must pressure I can use when handling it.
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#31 - ruckallthefules (08/13/2015) [-]
The mobo is very sturdy. It can handle a few pounds GPU and a CPU cooler like the NH D15 from noctua which isn't light at all. What they are saying with "be careful with your mobo" means you shouldn't let it fall on a corner, because it might break off then. But really your mobo goes like this: Out of box, into the case, few screws and that's it. It shouldn't be able to fall in those 30 seconds that it's hanging loose. What they also mean is while working in your case and it's a metal one, you should try to touch your case every now and then to make sure you aren't charged with small currents which can blow up some circuits in your mobo. But that shouldn't scare you as touching your case is enough to not have problems with that. It's a really uncommon thing unless you are sliding balloons over your hair while touching the cpu slot before the cpu is in. Just be careful with screwdrivers, make sure they don't slip onto your mobo, but yeah, yet again never really happened to me or people I know. It's easier than it looks and you shouldn't worry much.
#19 - I just made my first gaming computer ever. I didn't have a ver…  [+] (9 new replies) 08/13/2015 on Graphics +3
#33 - anon (08/13/2015) [-]
decent low mid range card
will play just about anything since everything is just a console port for the past 10 years
GTAV should play fine on standard settings (far as I can tell it's still better than what you can expect from ps4 or xbone)
and before anyone says anything I play consoles too
#23 - anon (08/13/2015) [-]
Eh if you're on a tight budget you should probably have gone for AMD

But what you got should be good. I'm still using a GTX 545 with... well, some issues but I can play pretty much whatever.
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#21 - dorg (08/13/2015) [-]
It is OK but not the best for the cash, at least in Sweden. Most likely you could get a 260x which performs identically for less. I am not to sure how the prices are in your region.
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#24 - adremalech (08/13/2015) [-]
In the US, I paid 119.00. However, I noticed I could have bought the Superclocked version for the same price. I don't know much about overclocking, and I am afraid to do it due to my lack of knowledge and the amount of money I put into this machine.
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#25 - ruckallthefules (08/13/2015) [-]
750ti is a great card for it's price. Superclocked doesn't matter. It's just how hard it's overclocked in the factory. You can overclock it as hard as you can. There is nothing to be afraid of. I'd recommend watching some videos of it a couple of times before overclocking. It's just trial and error. You start seeing weird black squares or color changes? No problem, dial it down a bit. Nothing really bad will happen unless you shove the speeds ridicoulously high.
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#27 - adremalech (08/13/2015) [-]
Thank you, everyone. I'm gonna complete the build once I get the rest of the components this weekend. I've never made a computer before and am really excited! I just hope it pays off.
User avatar
#28 - ruckallthefules (08/13/2015) [-]
It will. I can assure you that. You get to know your pc better if you assemble it by yourself. Take your time and enjoy. And don't be afraid to push that cpu down in the slot. If you made sure it lies down how it's supposed to be, nothing can happen. The cracking sound scared everyone the first time, but it's normal.
User avatar
#29 - adremalech (08/13/2015) [-]
One last question. I have watched the tutorial on Newegg's channel on Youtube. They have stressed that you need to be very careful when handling the motherboard. How fragile is the average motherboard? I want to know how must pressure I can use when handling it.
User avatar
#31 - ruckallthefules (08/13/2015) [-]
The mobo is very sturdy. It can handle a few pounds GPU and a CPU cooler like the NH D15 from noctua which isn't light at all. What they are saying with "be careful with your mobo" means you shouldn't let it fall on a corner, because it might break off then. But really your mobo goes like this: Out of box, into the case, few screws and that's it. It shouldn't be able to fall in those 30 seconds that it's hanging loose. What they also mean is while working in your case and it's a metal one, you should try to touch your case every now and then to make sure you aren't charged with small currents which can blow up some circuits in your mobo. But that shouldn't scare you as touching your case is enough to not have problems with that. It's a really uncommon thing unless you are sliding balloons over your hair while touching the cpu slot before the cpu is in. Just be careful with screwdrivers, make sure they don't slip onto your mobo, but yeah, yet again never really happened to me or people I know. It's easier than it looks and you shouldn't worry much.
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#394 - adremalech (07/02/2015) [-]
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