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DrSlipz's Completed Build: January 2015 Build

geardeath 1 point 14 months ago

Man, this looks like my first build. 8gb for a bigger GPU will not cut it. In the modern gaming atmosphere you need 16gb with 750ti and higher your ram can actually bottleneck. The 3.5ghz is pushing it, this is speaking from experience look at my "Fenrir" build.

Also gigabyte SUCKS.

ThoughtA's Build Guide: Entry Level Intel Gaming Build

geardeath 2 points 14 months ago

Now a days running modern games 8gb barley cuts it, you should be focusing on making room for a 16 gb update.

angerthosenear's Completed Build: D.Va Nerf This!

geardeath 1 point 31 months ago

That moment when you thought it was a pimped out xbox 360 at first.

Forum Topic "PC noob, need help!"

geardeath 1 point 31 months ago

Forum Topic "PC noob, need help!"

geardeath 1 point 31 months ago

Something like this, fast and reliable. I would say go for Kingston hyper x if you can find them, they are super fast and work well. This one is just an example I mean what is your budget for RAM? http://pcpartpicker.com/product/NJfmP6/corsair-memory-cmk16gx4m2b3466c16r

Blog Post "$1000 Great Gaming Build"

geardeath -1 points 31 months ago

1k build stock cooler

Forum Topic "PC noob, need help!"

geardeath 1 point 31 months ago

First of all,

Dat gpu boi

Get a 1060 not much of a price jump and way better performance.

Second of all you can find much better memory if you search harder. I mean anything but that, everything else looks good though so well done.

Just do your research a bit better.

ThoughtA's Build Guide: Great Gaming Build

geardeath -3 points 34 months ago

A bit of alot of money to drop on a pc but okay .3.

mayalass's Completed Build: Mom & kids 1st build, $600 Gaming Machine

geardeath 1 point 35 months ago

Cool, if you get enough CPUs and hook them up right you can get two kids on one computer pretty complicated though.

Nice job!

Cleartech's Completed Build: Personal Photography PC v.1 2016

geardeath 2 points 37 months ago

That is cool, nice build. Thanks for explaining.

Cleartech's Completed Build: Personal Photography PC v.1 2016

geardeath 2 points 37 months ago

Thank you I was just wondering what you made the computer for because I know when I render like 4k environments it takes a bit of ram, I don't do photography so that was kinda of a noobish question.

Cleartech's Completed Build: Personal Photography PC v.1 2016

geardeath 1 point 37 months ago

I'm confused you need the computer to render the photo in good quality?

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