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#128918 - Ya hear that rainbowraindrops? Words 04/22/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
#128915 - Hey guys, I got a proclamation for ya. My friend wants to ask …  [+] (8 new replies) 04/22/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
#128943 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (04/22/2014) [-]
"Roses are Red
Violets are Blue
I can't get these words out of my head
I like you"

Then a chessy/ simple pick-up line or poem on a card with flowers would do.
Or... For something more complicated...
www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8EyLFWXV_0
www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSesWQ-51ZM
He could make one of those to give to her, instead of an actual flower.

Pic related, it's what I gave to my ex for an anniversary gift.
User avatar #128928 - sonni (04/22/2014) [-]
He could get her a goldfish from a petshop or something and write a note that says "Out of all the fish in the sea will you go to prom with me?" or get like a stuffed animal fish instead. Some kid at my school did that
#128924 - saltybanana (04/22/2014) [-]
i could tell you what i did for my prom, but id recommend to see what she likes

like ex. my ex gf liked piggies. so what i did was i stole barrowed an idea i saw on tumblr. where it says "when pigs fly will you go out with me to prom?"

and the pigs were balloons so when she opend the box with the letter reading first the pigs flew away.


lil ex. what i did
User avatar #128919 - ScottP (04/22/2014) [-]
It depends. How daring is he?
User avatar #128920 - rainbowraindrops (04/22/2014) [-]
Not that daring. I kinda just want it to be something small but meaningful.
User avatar #128921 - ScottP (04/22/2014) [-]
Then some flowers and words would work
User avatar #128918 - crustyrainbow (04/22/2014) [-]
Ya hear that rainbowraindrops? Words
User avatar #128917 - iridium (04/22/2014) [-]
Words?
#3796 - I have a monitor.  [+] (1 new reply) 03/27/2014 on Technology Board 0
#3792 - Oh, so I shouldn't get an SSD?  [+] (22 new replies) 03/27/2014 on Technology Board 0
User avatar #3795 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
How about this pcpartpicker.com/p/3htFX
User avatar #3808 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
what the hell man, 780+sabertooth+5400rpm drive?
User avatar #3811 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I don't see the problem here
User avatar #3813 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
That's a serious performance disparity. Sabertooths are also overpriced, and the full tower case is a waste of both space and money.

He's got $1400, why not squeeze every bit of performance out of his budget as possible?
User avatar #3814 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I run a sabertooth, Don't have a problem in the world with it.
User avatar #3816 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
Not the sabertooth in general.

But the $$$$$$$$$$$$$ it costs is crazy. You can get just as good for much cheaper.
User avatar #3818 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
230 for a good built motherboard that will last forever and if it doesn't have a good rma policy is a good price
User avatar #3819 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
dude $230 is expensive as fuck for a motherboard, $150-$180 is the price range you should always look at- with a budget under $1500
User avatar #3822 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
I disagree, when it comes to Sabertooth boards. They're backed by a lifetime warranty, so I'd count that as worth the price.
User avatar #3823 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
I got the guy a 120gb SSD for $20 more by taking out the sabertooth... surely he'd like that+ a 1tb 7200rpm drive over the 1tb 5400rpm drive w/ no ssd...

I'd agree, if he had something more than the $1400 budget; if he could squeeze $1550-$1600, then absolutely he should do it.
User avatar #3825 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
My part list was simply made to create a Red/black theme, while staying near his price point. While I could drop the price by switching motherboards, I simply take solace in the fact that ASUS motherboards tend to be more reliable that some of the other manufacturers out there. I dropped the idea of a 780 for this build, simply due to the constraints that would need to be placed on the rest of the build, and the overall look of the finished product -- something I tend to take fairly importantly.
User avatar #3831 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
Yeah, I guess the thread reached it's limit

Anyways, I'd agree, you want it to look good, but if I had to sacrifice performance for it, I wouldn't do it.

I'll also add my 680 OC's alright, and plays everything at ~60fps or better. I've always wanted to try the feel of 120hz, but unfortunately I'm in a town where no one would know who Bill Gates or what Microsoft is, so finding that experience will cost me. But I'm happy with my 60hz IPS monitor I got from Sam's club.

User avatar #3826 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
Then that is something you and I differ upon, I always try to squeeze every ounce of power possible out of a build. Whenever I try helping someone either here, LTT, the Tek website, and Tom's, looks/themes are in the back of my mind, unless otherwise specified by the builder.
User avatar #3824 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
i'd agree with you, if*
User avatar #3829 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
It took me way to long to understand why I couldn't reply...

It's good to have people of differing opinions, it tends to create a viable middle-ground. I feel that the looks of a build are important -- after all, if you're going to spend a decent amount of money on something, you should try to make it so that it's nice to look at as well.

My buddy also has a 770, which didn't overclock well, and he runs pretty much everything with at least 60 FPS, which most people will enjoy. Personally, I prefer 120 FPS, but that's because I have 120Hz monitors.
User avatar #3794 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
Well I didn't notice a difference until I got my second one so unless you get two I wouldn'tget one at all
User avatar #3807 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
you must've gotten as cheap-shit SSD.

I came from a 5 year-old WD blue- to a Samsung 840 series. The difference is night and day.
User avatar #3810 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
Went from a WD caviar black boot drive to a samsung 840 pro fresh windows installations on both. Little to no effect
User avatar #3815 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
I don't know if I believe you, I went from a WD to the 840 series and I was blown away at the difference. It took a minute and a half for my moms computer to start up, 10 seconds on mine. Takes her ages to open and run programs, while I open and run them in a snap.
User avatar #3817 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
If your computer is any different from your 'moms' then the test isn't viable. What I'm saying is on the same computer with nothing installed. Straight fresh windows installation I didn't notice a different You're talking about 2 different computers with different specs
User avatar #3821 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I just think you're wrong. Even Mortus picked a 300$ motherboard
User avatar #3820 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
Thinking about an SSD?  6-year old PC on SPEED SSD on a now 9-year old computer.
#3790 - I like it. But there are a few things that I need in my build …  [+] (29 new replies) 03/27/2014 on Technology Board 0
User avatar #3802 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
pcpartpicker.com/p/3hu6y - Black/Red theme with an EZ-Mode liquid cooler for your CPU.

I'd advise pirating W7 instead of buying W8, simply due to personal preference and being cheap. Ask the Germans below me about being cheap

While I tend to agree with Germans on most PC-related matters, I'd go for a 4670k, instead of the 4770k, due to the fact that a 4770k is just not needed for normal gaming usage, and can actually lower performance due to hyperthreading not being optimized, or used, in games.

The GTX 780 build is quite nice, but I opted to include an SSD, strictly for installing Windows and other core services (Not games or media). I can assure you that you will notice a difference between HDD speeds (Boots, file movements, deletions, and other Windows-based services) and SSD speeds. Due to the budget constraints, I also went for an ASUS GTX 770, instead of an EVGA GTX 780. While the 780 is a beast of a card, I believe the GTX 770 to be sufficient for pretty much any game.

Note: If we went the AMD route, we have been able to include a GTX 780, but I prefer Intel's performance to AMD's prices.

Feel free to ask if you have any questions about items from the product list, I'd be happy to help.
User avatar #3812 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I changed it to a 4670k lel
User avatar #3827 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
Yeah, it's probably a better choice. My build was just for theme, not to meet the budget exactly. It's up to him, now.
User avatar #3828 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I'd buy it
User avatar #3830 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
I'm about to throw the list at my friend. She's been looking for a decent ~$1500 build recently. We'll see how it goes.
User avatar #3791 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
You didn't mention that. Why not pirate windows? And I wouldn't recommend a ssd unless you have 2 so you can raid them together
User avatar #3792 - crustyrainbow (03/27/2014) [-]
Oh, so I shouldn't get an SSD?
User avatar #3795 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
How about this pcpartpicker.com/p/3htFX
User avatar #3808 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
what the hell man, 780+sabertooth+5400rpm drive?
User avatar #3811 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I don't see the problem here
User avatar #3813 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
That's a serious performance disparity. Sabertooths are also overpriced, and the full tower case is a waste of both space and money.

He's got $1400, why not squeeze every bit of performance out of his budget as possible?
User avatar #3814 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I run a sabertooth, Don't have a problem in the world with it.
User avatar #3816 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
Not the sabertooth in general.

But the $$$$$$$$$$$$$ it costs is crazy. You can get just as good for much cheaper.
User avatar #3818 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
230 for a good built motherboard that will last forever and if it doesn't have a good rma policy is a good price
User avatar #3819 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
dude $230 is expensive as fuck for a motherboard, $150-$180 is the price range you should always look at- with a budget under $1500
User avatar #3822 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
I disagree, when it comes to Sabertooth boards. They're backed by a lifetime warranty, so I'd count that as worth the price.
User avatar #3823 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
I got the guy a 120gb SSD for $20 more by taking out the sabertooth... surely he'd like that+ a 1tb 7200rpm drive over the 1tb 5400rpm drive w/ no ssd...

I'd agree, if he had something more than the $1400 budget; if he could squeeze $1550-$1600, then absolutely he should do it.
User avatar #3825 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
My part list was simply made to create a Red/black theme, while staying near his price point. While I could drop the price by switching motherboards, I simply take solace in the fact that ASUS motherboards tend to be more reliable that some of the other manufacturers out there. I dropped the idea of a 780 for this build, simply due to the constraints that would need to be placed on the rest of the build, and the overall look of the finished product -- something I tend to take fairly importantly.
User avatar #3831 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
Yeah, I guess the thread reached it's limit

Anyways, I'd agree, you want it to look good, but if I had to sacrifice performance for it, I wouldn't do it.

I'll also add my 680 OC's alright, and plays everything at ~60fps or better. I've always wanted to try the feel of 120hz, but unfortunately I'm in a town where no one would know who Bill Gates or what Microsoft is, so finding that experience will cost me. But I'm happy with my 60hz IPS monitor I got from Sam's club.

User avatar #3826 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
Then that is something you and I differ upon, I always try to squeeze every ounce of power possible out of a build. Whenever I try helping someone either here, LTT, the Tek website, and Tom's, looks/themes are in the back of my mind, unless otherwise specified by the builder.
User avatar #3824 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
i'd agree with you, if*
User avatar #3829 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
It took me way to long to understand why I couldn't reply...

It's good to have people of differing opinions, it tends to create a viable middle-ground. I feel that the looks of a build are important -- after all, if you're going to spend a decent amount of money on something, you should try to make it so that it's nice to look at as well.

My buddy also has a 770, which didn't overclock well, and he runs pretty much everything with at least 60 FPS, which most people will enjoy. Personally, I prefer 120 FPS, but that's because I have 120Hz monitors.
User avatar #3794 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
Well I didn't notice a difference until I got my second one so unless you get two I wouldn'tget one at all
User avatar #3807 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
you must've gotten as cheap-shit SSD.

I came from a 5 year-old WD blue- to a Samsung 840 series. The difference is night and day.
User avatar #3810 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
Went from a WD caviar black boot drive to a samsung 840 pro fresh windows installations on both. Little to no effect
User avatar #3815 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
I don't know if I believe you, I went from a WD to the 840 series and I was blown away at the difference. It took a minute and a half for my moms computer to start up, 10 seconds on mine. Takes her ages to open and run programs, while I open and run them in a snap.
User avatar #3817 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
If your computer is any different from your 'moms' then the test isn't viable. What I'm saying is on the same computer with nothing installed. Straight fresh windows installation I didn't notice a different You're talking about 2 different computers with different specs
User avatar #3821 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I just think you're wrong. Even Mortus picked a 300$ motherboard
User avatar #3820 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
Thinking about an SSD?  6-year old PC on SPEED SSD on a now 9-year old computer.
#3788 - Nope. I need all parts. ._.  [+] (3 new replies) 03/27/2014 on Technology Board 0
User avatar #3793 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
Monitor included, or will you be using a TV?
User avatar #3796 - crustyrainbow (03/27/2014) [-]
I have a monitor.
#3786 - Ah, I gotcha. Well, my Intel choice was an i5-4670K. Is that a…  [+] (36 new replies) 03/27/2014 on Technology Board 0
User avatar #3789 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
Take a look at this pcpartpicker.com/p/3hthw
User avatar #3790 - crustyrainbow (03/27/2014) [-]
I like it. But there are a few things that I need in my build such as a wireless adaptor.
This is what I have so far pcpartpicker.com/user/Magic_Snorlax/saved/4bEj
User avatar #3802 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
pcpartpicker.com/p/3hu6y - Black/Red theme with an EZ-Mode liquid cooler for your CPU.

I'd advise pirating W7 instead of buying W8, simply due to personal preference and being cheap. Ask the Germans below me about being cheap

While I tend to agree with Germans on most PC-related matters, I'd go for a 4670k, instead of the 4770k, due to the fact that a 4770k is just not needed for normal gaming usage, and can actually lower performance due to hyperthreading not being optimized, or used, in games.

The GTX 780 build is quite nice, but I opted to include an SSD, strictly for installing Windows and other core services (Not games or media). I can assure you that you will notice a difference between HDD speeds (Boots, file movements, deletions, and other Windows-based services) and SSD speeds. Due to the budget constraints, I also went for an ASUS GTX 770, instead of an EVGA GTX 780. While the 780 is a beast of a card, I believe the GTX 770 to be sufficient for pretty much any game.

Note: If we went the AMD route, we have been able to include a GTX 780, but I prefer Intel's performance to AMD's prices.

Feel free to ask if you have any questions about items from the product list, I'd be happy to help.
User avatar #3812 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I changed it to a 4670k lel
User avatar #3827 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
Yeah, it's probably a better choice. My build was just for theme, not to meet the budget exactly. It's up to him, now.
User avatar #3828 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I'd buy it
User avatar #3830 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
I'm about to throw the list at my friend. She's been looking for a decent ~$1500 build recently. We'll see how it goes.
User avatar #3791 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
You didn't mention that. Why not pirate windows? And I wouldn't recommend a ssd unless you have 2 so you can raid them together
User avatar #3792 - crustyrainbow (03/27/2014) [-]
Oh, so I shouldn't get an SSD?
User avatar #3795 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
How about this pcpartpicker.com/p/3htFX
User avatar #3808 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
what the hell man, 780+sabertooth+5400rpm drive?
User avatar #3811 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I don't see the problem here
User avatar #3813 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
That's a serious performance disparity. Sabertooths are also overpriced, and the full tower case is a waste of both space and money.

He's got $1400, why not squeeze every bit of performance out of his budget as possible?
User avatar #3814 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I run a sabertooth, Don't have a problem in the world with it.
User avatar #3816 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
Not the sabertooth in general.

But the $$$$$$$$$$$$$ it costs is crazy. You can get just as good for much cheaper.
User avatar #3818 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
230 for a good built motherboard that will last forever and if it doesn't have a good rma policy is a good price
User avatar #3819 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
dude $230 is expensive as fuck for a motherboard, $150-$180 is the price range you should always look at- with a budget under $1500
User avatar #3822 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
I disagree, when it comes to Sabertooth boards. They're backed by a lifetime warranty, so I'd count that as worth the price.
User avatar #3823 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
I got the guy a 120gb SSD for $20 more by taking out the sabertooth... surely he'd like that+ a 1tb 7200rpm drive over the 1tb 5400rpm drive w/ no ssd...

I'd agree, if he had something more than the $1400 budget; if he could squeeze $1550-$1600, then absolutely he should do it.
User avatar #3825 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
My part list was simply made to create a Red/black theme, while staying near his price point. While I could drop the price by switching motherboards, I simply take solace in the fact that ASUS motherboards tend to be more reliable that some of the other manufacturers out there. I dropped the idea of a 780 for this build, simply due to the constraints that would need to be placed on the rest of the build, and the overall look of the finished product -- something I tend to take fairly importantly.
User avatar #3831 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
Yeah, I guess the thread reached it's limit

Anyways, I'd agree, you want it to look good, but if I had to sacrifice performance for it, I wouldn't do it.

I'll also add my 680 OC's alright, and plays everything at ~60fps or better. I've always wanted to try the feel of 120hz, but unfortunately I'm in a town where no one would know who Bill Gates or what Microsoft is, so finding that experience will cost me. But I'm happy with my 60hz IPS monitor I got from Sam's club.

User avatar #3826 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
Then that is something you and I differ upon, I always try to squeeze every ounce of power possible out of a build. Whenever I try helping someone either here, LTT, the Tek website, and Tom's, looks/themes are in the back of my mind, unless otherwise specified by the builder.
User avatar #3824 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
i'd agree with you, if*
User avatar #3829 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
It took me way to long to understand why I couldn't reply...

It's good to have people of differing opinions, it tends to create a viable middle-ground. I feel that the looks of a build are important -- after all, if you're going to spend a decent amount of money on something, you should try to make it so that it's nice to look at as well.

My buddy also has a 770, which didn't overclock well, and he runs pretty much everything with at least 60 FPS, which most people will enjoy. Personally, I prefer 120 FPS, but that's because I have 120Hz monitors.
User avatar #3794 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
Well I didn't notice a difference until I got my second one so unless you get two I wouldn'tget one at all
User avatar #3807 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
you must've gotten as cheap-shit SSD.

I came from a 5 year-old WD blue- to a Samsung 840 series. The difference is night and day.
User avatar #3810 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
Went from a WD caviar black boot drive to a samsung 840 pro fresh windows installations on both. Little to no effect
User avatar #3815 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
I don't know if I believe you, I went from a WD to the 840 series and I was blown away at the difference. It took a minute and a half for my moms computer to start up, 10 seconds on mine. Takes her ages to open and run programs, while I open and run them in a snap.
User avatar #3817 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
If your computer is any different from your 'moms' then the test isn't viable. What I'm saying is on the same computer with nothing installed. Straight fresh windows installation I didn't notice a different You're talking about 2 different computers with different specs
User avatar #3821 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I just think you're wrong. Even Mortus picked a 300$ motherboard
User avatar #3820 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
Thinking about an SSD?  6-year old PC on SPEED SSD on a now 9-year old computer.
User avatar #3787 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I'll build it from sctrach to get the best for your money, do you have any parts like a hard drive already?
User avatar #3788 - crustyrainbow (03/27/2014) [-]
Nope. I need all parts. ._.
User avatar #3793 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
Monitor included, or will you be using a TV?
User avatar #3796 - crustyrainbow (03/27/2014) [-]
I have a monitor.
#3784 - Why should I go with intel instead of amd? I'm not disagreeing…  [+] (38 new replies) 03/27/2014 on Technology Board 0
User avatar #3785 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
Amd is good for a certain price range then you start paying more for less performance. After that point you're getting more use for your money if you go intel
User avatar #3786 - crustyrainbow (03/27/2014) [-]
Ah, I gotcha. Well, my Intel choice was an i5-4670K. Is that a good choice?
User avatar #3789 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
Take a look at this pcpartpicker.com/p/3hthw
User avatar #3790 - crustyrainbow (03/27/2014) [-]
I like it. But there are a few things that I need in my build such as a wireless adaptor.
This is what I have so far pcpartpicker.com/user/Magic_Snorlax/saved/4bEj
User avatar #3802 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
pcpartpicker.com/p/3hu6y - Black/Red theme with an EZ-Mode liquid cooler for your CPU.

I'd advise pirating W7 instead of buying W8, simply due to personal preference and being cheap. Ask the Germans below me about being cheap

While I tend to agree with Germans on most PC-related matters, I'd go for a 4670k, instead of the 4770k, due to the fact that a 4770k is just not needed for normal gaming usage, and can actually lower performance due to hyperthreading not being optimized, or used, in games.

The GTX 780 build is quite nice, but I opted to include an SSD, strictly for installing Windows and other core services (Not games or media). I can assure you that you will notice a difference between HDD speeds (Boots, file movements, deletions, and other Windows-based services) and SSD speeds. Due to the budget constraints, I also went for an ASUS GTX 770, instead of an EVGA GTX 780. While the 780 is a beast of a card, I believe the GTX 770 to be sufficient for pretty much any game.

Note: If we went the AMD route, we have been able to include a GTX 780, but I prefer Intel's performance to AMD's prices.

Feel free to ask if you have any questions about items from the product list, I'd be happy to help.
User avatar #3812 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I changed it to a 4670k lel
User avatar #3827 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
Yeah, it's probably a better choice. My build was just for theme, not to meet the budget exactly. It's up to him, now.
User avatar #3828 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I'd buy it
User avatar #3830 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
I'm about to throw the list at my friend. She's been looking for a decent ~$1500 build recently. We'll see how it goes.
User avatar #3791 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
You didn't mention that. Why not pirate windows? And I wouldn't recommend a ssd unless you have 2 so you can raid them together
User avatar #3792 - crustyrainbow (03/27/2014) [-]
Oh, so I shouldn't get an SSD?
User avatar #3795 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
How about this pcpartpicker.com/p/3htFX
User avatar #3808 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
what the hell man, 780+sabertooth+5400rpm drive?
User avatar #3811 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I don't see the problem here
User avatar #3813 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
That's a serious performance disparity. Sabertooths are also overpriced, and the full tower case is a waste of both space and money.

He's got $1400, why not squeeze every bit of performance out of his budget as possible?
User avatar #3814 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I run a sabertooth, Don't have a problem in the world with it.
User avatar #3816 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
Not the sabertooth in general.

But the $$$$$$$$$$$$$ it costs is crazy. You can get just as good for much cheaper.
User avatar #3818 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
230 for a good built motherboard that will last forever and if it doesn't have a good rma policy is a good price
User avatar #3819 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
dude $230 is expensive as fuck for a motherboard, $150-$180 is the price range you should always look at- with a budget under $1500
User avatar #3822 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
I disagree, when it comes to Sabertooth boards. They're backed by a lifetime warranty, so I'd count that as worth the price.
User avatar #3823 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
I got the guy a 120gb SSD for $20 more by taking out the sabertooth... surely he'd like that+ a 1tb 7200rpm drive over the 1tb 5400rpm drive w/ no ssd...

I'd agree, if he had something more than the $1400 budget; if he could squeeze $1550-$1600, then absolutely he should do it.
User avatar #3825 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
My part list was simply made to create a Red/black theme, while staying near his price point. While I could drop the price by switching motherboards, I simply take solace in the fact that ASUS motherboards tend to be more reliable that some of the other manufacturers out there. I dropped the idea of a 780 for this build, simply due to the constraints that would need to be placed on the rest of the build, and the overall look of the finished product -- something I tend to take fairly importantly.
User avatar #3831 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
Yeah, I guess the thread reached it's limit

Anyways, I'd agree, you want it to look good, but if I had to sacrifice performance for it, I wouldn't do it.

I'll also add my 680 OC's alright, and plays everything at ~60fps or better. I've always wanted to try the feel of 120hz, but unfortunately I'm in a town where no one would know who Bill Gates or what Microsoft is, so finding that experience will cost me. But I'm happy with my 60hz IPS monitor I got from Sam's club.

User avatar #3826 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
Then that is something you and I differ upon, I always try to squeeze every ounce of power possible out of a build. Whenever I try helping someone either here, LTT, the Tek website, and Tom's, looks/themes are in the back of my mind, unless otherwise specified by the builder.
User avatar #3824 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
i'd agree with you, if*
User avatar #3829 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
It took me way to long to understand why I couldn't reply...

It's good to have people of differing opinions, it tends to create a viable middle-ground. I feel that the looks of a build are important -- after all, if you're going to spend a decent amount of money on something, you should try to make it so that it's nice to look at as well.

My buddy also has a 770, which didn't overclock well, and he runs pretty much everything with at least 60 FPS, which most people will enjoy. Personally, I prefer 120 FPS, but that's because I have 120Hz monitors.
User avatar #3794 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
Well I didn't notice a difference until I got my second one so unless you get two I wouldn'tget one at all
User avatar #3807 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
you must've gotten as cheap-shit SSD.

I came from a 5 year-old WD blue- to a Samsung 840 series. The difference is night and day.
User avatar #3810 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
Went from a WD caviar black boot drive to a samsung 840 pro fresh windows installations on both. Little to no effect
User avatar #3815 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
I don't know if I believe you, I went from a WD to the 840 series and I was blown away at the difference. It took a minute and a half for my moms computer to start up, 10 seconds on mine. Takes her ages to open and run programs, while I open and run them in a snap.
User avatar #3817 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
If your computer is any different from your 'moms' then the test isn't viable. What I'm saying is on the same computer with nothing installed. Straight fresh windows installation I didn't notice a different You're talking about 2 different computers with different specs
User avatar #3821 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I just think you're wrong. Even Mortus picked a 300$ motherboard
User avatar #3820 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
Thinking about an SSD?  6-year old PC on SPEED SSD on a now 9-year old computer.
User avatar #3787 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I'll build it from sctrach to get the best for your money, do you have any parts like a hard drive already?
User avatar #3788 - crustyrainbow (03/27/2014) [-]
Nope. I need all parts. ._.
User avatar #3793 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
Monitor included, or will you be using a TV?
User avatar #3796 - crustyrainbow (03/27/2014) [-]
I have a monitor.
#3782 - Hey guys, so I'm planning on building my first gaming PC. I ha…  [+] (40 new replies) 03/27/2014 on Technology Board 0
User avatar #3783 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
You probably should go intel with that budget, and you may be able to squeeze a better graphics card in there too. What case do you want, I"ll try to build a list
User avatar #3784 - crustyrainbow (03/27/2014) [-]
Why should I go with intel instead of amd? I'm not disagreeing with you I'm just curios. I have no idea which I should really go for. And I don't know which case I want. I want one that can fit the graphics card I want and that has nice air flow.
User avatar #3785 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
Amd is good for a certain price range then you start paying more for less performance. After that point you're getting more use for your money if you go intel
User avatar #3786 - crustyrainbow (03/27/2014) [-]
Ah, I gotcha. Well, my Intel choice was an i5-4670K. Is that a good choice?
User avatar #3789 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
Take a look at this pcpartpicker.com/p/3hthw
User avatar #3790 - crustyrainbow (03/27/2014) [-]
I like it. But there are a few things that I need in my build such as a wireless adaptor.
This is what I have so far pcpartpicker.com/user/Magic_Snorlax/saved/4bEj
User avatar #3802 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
pcpartpicker.com/p/3hu6y - Black/Red theme with an EZ-Mode liquid cooler for your CPU.

I'd advise pirating W7 instead of buying W8, simply due to personal preference and being cheap. Ask the Germans below me about being cheap

While I tend to agree with Germans on most PC-related matters, I'd go for a 4670k, instead of the 4770k, due to the fact that a 4770k is just not needed for normal gaming usage, and can actually lower performance due to hyperthreading not being optimized, or used, in games.

The GTX 780 build is quite nice, but I opted to include an SSD, strictly for installing Windows and other core services (Not games or media). I can assure you that you will notice a difference between HDD speeds (Boots, file movements, deletions, and other Windows-based services) and SSD speeds. Due to the budget constraints, I also went for an ASUS GTX 770, instead of an EVGA GTX 780. While the 780 is a beast of a card, I believe the GTX 770 to be sufficient for pretty much any game.

Note: If we went the AMD route, we have been able to include a GTX 780, but I prefer Intel's performance to AMD's prices.

Feel free to ask if you have any questions about items from the product list, I'd be happy to help.
User avatar #3812 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I changed it to a 4670k lel
User avatar #3827 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
Yeah, it's probably a better choice. My build was just for theme, not to meet the budget exactly. It's up to him, now.
User avatar #3828 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I'd buy it
User avatar #3830 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
I'm about to throw the list at my friend. She's been looking for a decent ~$1500 build recently. We'll see how it goes.
User avatar #3791 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
You didn't mention that. Why not pirate windows? And I wouldn't recommend a ssd unless you have 2 so you can raid them together
User avatar #3792 - crustyrainbow (03/27/2014) [-]
Oh, so I shouldn't get an SSD?
User avatar #3795 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
How about this pcpartpicker.com/p/3htFX
User avatar #3808 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
what the hell man, 780+sabertooth+5400rpm drive?
User avatar #3811 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I don't see the problem here
User avatar #3813 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
That's a serious performance disparity. Sabertooths are also overpriced, and the full tower case is a waste of both space and money.

He's got $1400, why not squeeze every bit of performance out of his budget as possible?
User avatar #3814 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I run a sabertooth, Don't have a problem in the world with it.
User avatar #3816 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
Not the sabertooth in general.

But the $$$$$$$$$$$$$ it costs is crazy. You can get just as good for much cheaper.
User avatar #3818 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
230 for a good built motherboard that will last forever and if it doesn't have a good rma policy is a good price
User avatar #3819 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
dude $230 is expensive as fuck for a motherboard, $150-$180 is the price range you should always look at- with a budget under $1500
User avatar #3822 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
I disagree, when it comes to Sabertooth boards. They're backed by a lifetime warranty, so I'd count that as worth the price.
User avatar #3823 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
I got the guy a 120gb SSD for $20 more by taking out the sabertooth... surely he'd like that+ a 1tb 7200rpm drive over the 1tb 5400rpm drive w/ no ssd...

I'd agree, if he had something more than the $1400 budget; if he could squeeze $1550-$1600, then absolutely he should do it.
User avatar #3825 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
My part list was simply made to create a Red/black theme, while staying near his price point. While I could drop the price by switching motherboards, I simply take solace in the fact that ASUS motherboards tend to be more reliable that some of the other manufacturers out there. I dropped the idea of a 780 for this build, simply due to the constraints that would need to be placed on the rest of the build, and the overall look of the finished product -- something I tend to take fairly importantly.
User avatar #3831 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
Yeah, I guess the thread reached it's limit

Anyways, I'd agree, you want it to look good, but if I had to sacrifice performance for it, I wouldn't do it.

I'll also add my 680 OC's alright, and plays everything at ~60fps or better. I've always wanted to try the feel of 120hz, but unfortunately I'm in a town where no one would know who Bill Gates or what Microsoft is, so finding that experience will cost me. But I'm happy with my 60hz IPS monitor I got from Sam's club.

User avatar #3826 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
Then that is something you and I differ upon, I always try to squeeze every ounce of power possible out of a build. Whenever I try helping someone either here, LTT, the Tek website, and Tom's, looks/themes are in the back of my mind, unless otherwise specified by the builder.
User avatar #3824 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
i'd agree with you, if*
User avatar #3829 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
It took me way to long to understand why I couldn't reply...

It's good to have people of differing opinions, it tends to create a viable middle-ground. I feel that the looks of a build are important -- after all, if you're going to spend a decent amount of money on something, you should try to make it so that it's nice to look at as well.

My buddy also has a 770, which didn't overclock well, and he runs pretty much everything with at least 60 FPS, which most people will enjoy. Personally, I prefer 120 FPS, but that's because I have 120Hz monitors.
User avatar #3794 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
Well I didn't notice a difference until I got my second one so unless you get two I wouldn'tget one at all
User avatar #3807 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
you must've gotten as cheap-shit SSD.

I came from a 5 year-old WD blue- to a Samsung 840 series. The difference is night and day.
User avatar #3810 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
Went from a WD caviar black boot drive to a samsung 840 pro fresh windows installations on both. Little to no effect
User avatar #3815 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
I don't know if I believe you, I went from a WD to the 840 series and I was blown away at the difference. It took a minute and a half for my moms computer to start up, 10 seconds on mine. Takes her ages to open and run programs, while I open and run them in a snap.
User avatar #3817 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
If your computer is any different from your 'moms' then the test isn't viable. What I'm saying is on the same computer with nothing installed. Straight fresh windows installation I didn't notice a different You're talking about 2 different computers with different specs
User avatar #3821 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I just think you're wrong. Even Mortus picked a 300$ motherboard
User avatar #3820 - yutdollacwwwthree (03/27/2014) [-]
Thinking about an SSD?  6-year old PC on SPEED SSD on a now 9-year old computer.
User avatar #3787 - multiplegermans (03/27/2014) [-]
I'll build it from sctrach to get the best for your money, do you have any parts like a hard drive already?
User avatar #3788 - crustyrainbow (03/27/2014) [-]
Nope. I need all parts. ._.
User avatar #3793 - Mortuus (03/27/2014) [-]
Monitor included, or will you be using a TV?
User avatar #3796 - crustyrainbow (03/27/2014) [-]
I have a monitor.
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Me and Kevin broke the world record for longest skype call
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JEEESUS!

Have some Nilla wafers
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i see you used my fav gif as your profile pic

I lost all my pictures D':
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Yeah it's pretty awesome.

And o nooooo!
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I hate you
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Hey...
I've never really talked to anyone else about this, and I'm really hoping I came to the right person to talk...
It's just that this thing has been eating at me for a long time now and I don't know if I can take it anymore...
Believe it or not you're the only person I can trust right now, and I'm sorry for dumping this on you because I barely even know you and I'm probably gonna stress you out and I'm sorry....
I hate telling other people my problems because it makes them worry about me and I don't want them too...
The truth is....

You're a ******
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#26 - rainbowraindrops (04/06/2012) [-]
Look what I made mommy
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David are you seeing that comment!
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Well I was shoppin' for a new car, which one's me?
A cool Convertible or an SUV?
Too bad I didn't know my credit was whack,
Cuz' now I'm drivin' off the lot in a used Subcompact.
F-R-E-E that spells free,
Credit report dot com baby.
Saw their ads on my T.V.
Thought about going, but was too lazy.
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My legs are sticking to the vinyl and my posse's gettin' laughed at.
F-R-E-E that spells free,
Credit report dot com baby.

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Sean deleted his account :(
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Meanwhile at Corey's house
Meanwhile at Corey's house
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Can u read this
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