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I smell a troll...
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post #42 of 65
I'm leaving this thread.
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post #43 of 65
Scrap this build, get an i3 or an i5. And if you want moar capacity.. get 2 500gb 7200 RPM drives and do RAID 0.
post #44 of 65
clearly a troll.
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post #45 of 65
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oh I cannot understand people some of you are ok but the rest are just little ****z I wanted to learn about components computers if you think I am a troll or you dont like me
believe the feeling is mutual so stay out of my threads if you want to ruin them
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post #46 of 65
That motherboard is a piece of crap I used it for a family members system. Well not exactly, I had an old Zalman 9900A that wouldn't fit because the CPU fan plug on the motherboard was too close to the socket. I also didn't have the OEM cooler laying around so I ended up picking up a cheap Arctic Cooler one. Why not just build an AM3 system? I'm sure you could pull it off for the same price.
Edited by TheDream - 1/17/11 at 7:05pm
post #47 of 65
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well I heard some sort of constant maintenance was needed and they are expensive and don last long etc maybe in few years they will come into maturity but I am not in the SSD crowd
1. An SSD does not need defragging. Defragging is only useful because on a spinning disk style drive a file can be fragmented and stored in several locations on the disk. this causes the seeker head to have to move back and forth between the fragments wasting time and making the drive slow.

A SSD does not have any moving parts and the locations of the file make no difference in loading times. Fragmenting the file does not matter, or even make sense when talking about a SSD.

2. SSDs are more reliable because they have no moving parts.
3. Provided that you have a operating system (like win 7) that supports TRIM, there is not any maintenance needed with a SSD.

The only thing bad about a SSD is cost/gigabyte. The raptors are not a good cost/gigabyte option either.
    
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post #48 of 65
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oh I cannot understand people some of you are ok but the rest are just little ****z I wanted to learn about components computers if you think I am a troll or you dont like me
believe the feeling is mutual so stay out of my threads if you want to ruin them
If you dont want people to do that then dont start moronic threads.
If you want to build it, then build it. Dont come on here and start asking for our advice. Because we will give it.

And you may want to find new sources for information. Because SSDs are far superior to mech drives in every way except price.
See the above post.
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post #49 of 65
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Originally Posted by TheDream View Post
That motherboard is a piece of crap I used it for a family members system.
well in my first build in my sig I used a Biostar and I love it so I just figured
and it was by chance that I picked this mobo mostly because of the 4 dimms
the onboard graphix dvi dsub hdmi outputs I had no idea it was a highly rated board
I only paid $65 for it to my door
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post #50 of 65
TL;DR thread.
There's frankly no reason to consider a 775/DDR2 build at this point in time.
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