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i have seen a guy mount a mobo with out the stand offs and wondered why it didnt post lol and cut his case cause his pci slots were to tall omg i just sat there and smile and rofl'ed on the inside. Dose that make me evil cause i watched the hole thing and said nothing.......
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i have seen a guy mount a mobo with out the stand offs and wondered why it didnt post lol and cut his case cause his pci slots were to tall omg i just sat there and smile and rofl'ed on the inside. Dose that make me evil cause i watched the hole thing and said nothing.......
No, because if he doesn't know what the **** he's doing, he probably shouldn't be doing it. That's why it always pays to ask if you don't know the answer, especially with computer components that can cost a lot of money.

Some people just don't use common sense. It's like... "Hey, I really want to play this Nintendo 64 game but I don't have an N64 anymore. Let's see if it will work if I jam it into my Xbox 360's disc tray". I mean, that's a little too extreme but you get my drift. Just some straight dumbass ****.

BTW, am I allowed to swear? It asterisks it anyway.
Edited by Joeful - 10/23/11 at 2:39pm
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i know you said you werent going to overclock but if i were you, i would just try to oc that ram to 1600 instead of buying another one in the future. my kingston valueram OCd from 1333 to 1720 on stock voltage and timings!! its worth a shot
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i know you said you werent going to overclock but if i were you, i would just try to oc that ram to 1600 instead of buying another one in the future. my kingston valueram OCd from 1333 to 1720 on stock voltage and timings!! its worth a shot
You have two different GPUs in your sig rig. Is that um one card for graphics and one for PhysX? I haven't ever looked into that but I've seen people talking about how you can do that.
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You have two different GPUs in your sig rig. Is that um one card for graphics and one for PhysX? I haven't ever looked into that but I've seen people talking about how you can do that.
its configured like that but i dont think that the 8500 helps too much since its a weak card. but mostly i use it to run more monitors!!!
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its configured like that but i dont think that the 8500 helps too much since its a weak card. but mostly i use it to run more monitors!!!
I see...
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Alright. I know have the CM Storm Scout.
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