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Comment reply on stonewall618's Completed Build: Corsair 760t, 6800k, 980ti and CPU watercooling loop.

  • 35 months ago
  • 1 point

Got any tips for water cooling with a similar case and the same motherboard? Like any mistakes you might of made with the loop construction and such that you learned from because I'm considering getting the 750D for the case and getting some CS cooling components and I already have the motherboard. Any tips would be appreciated!

Comment reply on Vladonizer's Completed Build: Budget build for my friend

  • 37 months ago
  • 2 points

I personally use the fx-6300 with a 960 with no bottleneck but occasional mishaps Im phasing out of AMD though starting with a new E5-1620 V4

Comment reply on Vladonizer's Completed Build: Budget build for my friend

  • 37 months ago
  • 0 points

its an FX-4350 he probably needs to OC the H*ll out of it to even keep from bottlenecking on a 960 or its the cooling problems with the CPU already hes trying to compensate for

Comment reply on LemonComputers's Build Guide: Entry Level Build

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

Just a better experience with Crucial. Also I was talking about the $20 pack and I didn't notice that one was a pack too.

Comment reply on Build Guide: Battlefield 1 Minimum Specs Build

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

I think that a better budget CPU would've been the fx-6300 with just a .2 ghz difference between it and the 6350 and around a $40-$30 price difference also don't have much to say on Fractal PSUs but then again I've never worked with any or really investigated them and Toshiba HDDs are reliable but I prefer Seagate(despite the failure myths) or WD and both have fairly economic offerings

Comment reply on LemonComputers's Build Guide: Entry Level Build

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

Fairly good build although I think CM has a solid Mouse/Keyboard bundle and I prefer Crucial and Kingston over SanDisk(as you know Im sure)

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