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I have a number of cases that I'm looking at, I threw the XB at the top of my list right now because of the way it looks. I see that it fits your noctua, so it cures my suspicion if it will fit my new 212 evo.
About two days ago I got up out of my chair, foot got caught in my head phone wire and I ripped my HAF 912 off my desk. A bunch of little pieces, that I have no idea what they were for, broke off and went everywhere. And now my DVD drive just slides in and out doesn't lock in place. In the process of doing that I bent my hyper 212 evo, very sad day for me lol. For me, at least, case searching is a bit difficult, I don't want to spend a ton of money but I want something...
I've been pretty rough on processors over the years, they can take a good beating before they end up dieing.^ This
This is actually very interesting if this holds up to be true, but I'm going to hold off on a mobo/cpu upgrade until Skylake or Excavator. I understand the excitement because there hasn't been much competition between AMD/Intel in quite awhile, it looks promising with these leaked benchmarks but I'll believe it when I see it. Not taking this to seriously until Steamroller is released and there are actual benchmarks showing these improvements. I really do hope these are...
Thanks for the replies guys. I kinda got out of the gaming world/benchmarks for a few months, with these new cards who seems to be on top and are there any cards now that offer a good increase in FPS at a decent price? Not biased on either company btw, I just buy whats good.
Well like most people on here I have gotten an itch to upgrade, the only part I would see upgrading is the RAM to a higher frequency or my GPU. First, if I were to upgrade from my 7950 what would be the best route to go or should I wait till next gen cards? I haven't been on for awhile just graduated high school and was job hunting for months after I graduated finally got a job and some income coming, so I'll become active as of now. Also, I remember reading that Ivy...
You wont outperform him in every aspect unless you are doing something that uses lots of cores. Gaming the difference between the two will be very small.
Of course it says 3900mhz because the multiplier is set at 39. Try actually typing the number if you want it at 4.3ghz, make sure you highlight each tubro core, and type in the number 43 manually from the keyboard(keypad doesn't work I believe). Use the arrow keys to navigate to each turbo core.
I'd hold onto your 3770K and wait till maybe Skylake when DDR4 is going to be mainstream.
This is 100% awesome, OP you must of been seriously bored I mean seriously bored.
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