Originally Posted by Eze2kiel
Tell her that your wife's absolutely right in saying that.
Also tell you that there are many things here that aren't achieved in USA ... I mean, for example, a boy here for Phase Change controllers manufactured and sold to the U.S. or Europe. Programmed controller and all that ... And commenting on the forums as foreigners, the parent who made here was much better than the original Prometeia or others Phase Change controllers ...
Not much to tell... Because as you know the bitc* "Kretina" has blocked all imports... A kick in the balls the truth.
I can't wait that splitting!
Usually from that blocked imports aren't entering anything at all and are closing several local computer parts.
The truth was lucky to get the last Lili in stock
Indeed, one could guide me on how best to have an i5 3570K configured on ASUS Sabertooth Z77?
Since my wife and I usually use the PC for Internet, is on 24/7/365...
And wanted to know if I should have enabled Intel SpeedStep along with TurboBoost, as the processor goes with it activated at 3.8 GHz
As I recommend configuring everything?
Given that little or no OC, but my idea isn't to OC for now.
Yeah, I remember reading something early this year with the Falklands, man that's a difficult situation, like China and Taiwan. But didn't know that it's come to that though.
90% of the stuff we buy here in the US is made in China (or somewhere else) so if the company isn't reputable, you'll end up getting what you paid for, junk!!!
There's some things you can buy that's still made domestically, but you've got to search high and low and usually the prices are slightly higher because of overseas competition.
Don't enable the intel stuff, I highly recommend this thread for OC'ing your chip even if just a slight OC. You can do the same thing with better performance than the Intel stuff. Will also help you get familiar with this awesome mobo!