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A GTX 750 Ti might fit right in for some decent mid/low level gaming. They're a real bargain according to reviews and not too pricey.
Yes thats what I was thinking, also the low power consumption would be good. Might wait for the 800 series though and see what other cards they will offer. Power/heat consumption may be reduced even more as from what I heard the 750 ti was just a preview of what is to come with the 800 series maxwell architecture.
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Nothing amazing, just htpc spec really. But may add a gpu in later on for some casual sit back and relax games.

Using the SG06 with 450w psu
MSI H87I motherboard
Intel i3-4130
Corsair Vengeance Low Profile Jet Black 4GB DDR3 (single stick, may add another later If I feel I need to)
Samsung 840 EVO 120GB SSD
Pioneer BDR-TD05RT blu ray reader/writer

Will stream media from my NAS hence only a SSD as storage so yeah, should be a decent build.

Add the second stick, or sell that one and get 2x2gb, running your system in single channel is the best way to neuter your system, it really negatively impacts ALL of the systems performance.
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Add the second stick, or sell that one and get 2x2gb, running your system in single channel is the best way to neuter your system, it really negatively impacts ALL of the systems performance.
Will it really be an issue? Ive read that you wont notice any difference between single and dual channel?
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Will it really be an issue? Ive read that you wont notice any difference between single and dual channel?

In stressy benchmarks it's possible to see up to 5% difference in performance, at worst. In normal usage, gaming and such, you won't notice a thing.
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Will it really be an issue? Ive read that you wont notice any difference between single and dual channel?

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In stressy benchmarks it's possible to see up to 5% difference in performance, at worst. In normal usage, gaming and such, you won't notice a thing.

look up the RW results online, its much more of an issue than folks realize! going to triple or quad channel from dual is correct, makes almost no difference in most real life situations except for some benchmarks, but going to single channel slows the system more than 50%. do the research, look at the report from viable test sites. its proven!

I've seen the impact for myself, and as such will never run a single channel setup. Its also much more noticeable impact on an Intel based system since the IMC's work much better. The AMD IMC's aren't known for speed and quality.
Edited by Jimhans1 - 3/14/14 at 6:07pm
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going to single channel slows the system more than 50%. do the research, look at the report from viable test sites. its proven!

Link?
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Link?
Like I said earlier, do a search, I'm on my mobile presently, or I would try to find the links for the data. It's not like it's hard to find.
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Like I said earlier, do a search, I'm on my mobile presently, or I would try to find the links for the data. It's not like it's hard to find.

Google doesn't work on your mobile? Sorry, not falling for that one smile.gif
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Google doesn't work on your mobile? Sorry, not falling for that one smile.gif
I'm sure it does Wisk, but I'm not at a place where I can delve to search for them all, and then try and copy and paste the results for you, your obviously on a device, do your own research, or wait for me to post them tonight when I get home. I know anandtech has posted the results from a batch of testing they have done, if you want to wait for me to do your research for you, then you can. Or do your own research, or post the results that you find that prove you believe I'm incorrect. Otherwise, I'll be home in about 3 hours and post some links for you, since apparently google doesn't work on whatever device you happen to be on wink.gif

Personally, I feel folks learn better when they do their own homework. I'm not saying take my word for it, I'm recommending the gentleman to look into it for himself, from my own experience, I would not ever run in single channel. And it has been 2-3 years since I've looked at the statistics, so I'm game to see if the advances have helped us.

Stay tuned for links.
Edited by Jimhans1 - 3/14/14 at 9:24pm
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Well, I am home, but I've been told I have "husband" work tonight. I'll post links tomorrow on what my findings were for single vs double channel for the folks who didn't want to look for them, at some point. biggrin.gif yay me....... wink.gif
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