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Originally Posted by iDieAlot1986 View Post

The PSU I'm getting is that Seasonic X650.

Thanks everyone,

All I got was crap from Tomshardware.

Kind regards,
-Kai

Im glad that you are going to go with the Seasonic thumb.gif. Excellent choice that you wont regret. There was a reason all of us were pushing you to get a good quality one instead of some cheapo high WATT crap
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PFFF YOU NEVAR PLAYD HEAVILY MODDED SKYRIM IT NEEDS 64 GIGS RAM AND AN OVERCLOCKED I7 4960 PLAU TRIPLE SLI TITANS HURRR

lmao couldn't help it tongue.gif


when it comes to ram though, more sticks = faster, so if you want 16 go for 4x4, or if you're doing 8 get 4x2. But aussie is right you'll seriously never go over 5 gigs unless you're running a LOT in the background (20 youtube videos open simultaneously + skyrim is less than 10 gigs)

HAHA tongue.gif I like that, Its going in my quotes spoiler thumb.gif

Hey I can run 2 games at once and still wont maxed out my 8Gb thinking.gif vram on the other hand lachen.gif

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Thanks guys, I decided to shell out some more money for it, 16GB is also for rendering and running VMs.

http://pcpartpicker.com/user/iDieAlot1986/saved/3m4R

Ah well if your rendering and running VMs then yeah MOAR RAM will be what you need but like Tyrannocanis said more sticks will be faster but also more expensive I think?

In saying that my 2x4GB @ 2133MHz I render and run VMs on them and dont have much of a problem then again I only render crap Youtube game vids and run Linux VMs tongue.gif
Edited by Aussiejuggalo - 1/6/14 at 8:37pm
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post #33 of 64
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No, I mean like who do I give credit to, or rep?

Like at Toms, you select the best answer...

 

There is nothing like that on here.

 

We do have a Rep system though, but that's entirely at your discretion and you don't have to tell anyone that you gave them a Rep. You also don't have to make a general announcement like "Reps handed out". It's best to just hand out Reps quietly. That way, no one will say, "Hey, he didn't give me a Rep yet he said that he handed out Reps!"

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Hey Ninja, what's your YouTube name?
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Better PSU PSU PSU and better PSU!! trust me its vital to have good PSU!! its like a heart in human body good heart pumps out good blood, bad heart pumps out bad blood! and the other risks with it!
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Not sure if it has been mentioned, but the 8GB of RAM could lead to problems on ultra and a higher resolution. I would constantly run out of RAM with 6GB after a couple oh hours playing on high with a 1680x1050 resolution.
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For the PSU, or for other parts? You already chose an extremely good PSU: the 650W SeaSonic X-Series.

For those who helped you (not me), there is a [REP +] at the bottom of their post. It is on the far right, on the same level as the red flag button, Quote, and multi quote, under the user's signature.
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Thanks guys,

Love you all, goodnight..
post #39 of 64
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No, the 80+ Certification is not an indicator of quality. I can show you dozens of Bronze-rated PSUs that are "avoid at all costs" type of PSUs. I can even show you some Gold-rated PSUs that should be avoided, such as that RAIDMAX PSU he was looking at a few minutes ago.

LOL I didn't see a RAIDMAX PSU in the post thread before I left my 80 Plus statement. I was generally stating that the Silver, Gold, Platinum supplies are usually better than the 80 Plus and Bronze ratings. Of course there are exceptions, there are also some cheap PSU manufacturers that state 80 Plus and don't actually have "certification" by a third party -- certification is entirely voluntary and some companies plain and simply lie about it.

I retract my statement entirely. =)

Greg
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Thanks guys,

Love you all, goodnight..

 

Aw man. I love you too, bro.

 

Yeah, I said it. A guy can love a guy without being the kind of guy that loves other guys.

 

 

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LOL I didn't see a RAIDMAX PSU in the post thread before I left my 80 Plus statement. I was generally stating that the Silver, Gold, Platinum supplies are usually better than the 80 Plus and Bronze ratings. Of course there are exceptions, there are also some cheap PSU manufacturers that state 80 Plus and don't actually have "certification" by a third party -- certification is entirely voluntary and some companies plain and simply lie about it.

I retract my statement entirely. =)

Greg

 

Yeah, it's a deceptive marketing strategy, so I generally recommend ignoring the 80+ Certifications.

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