I actually meant automotive enamel, which I saw Salazar Studio use. He tested his thermals and there was like a 1 degree difference.
I'm not sure how engine enamel compares to automotive enamel though.
Alright! Return it, you should be able to.
What do you need help with? A little more detail would help.
Yeah, from what I can tell it is bent. Did you buy it new?
sort of looks bent. Would be better if you took a picture of it outside the case so i could see better.
pictures? what isn't straight?
Yeah. You can definitely unplug them from the moles adapter, and plug them into your mono headers instead .
Messaged you. I'll take it.
Is the mobo still available?
They stated they will no longer charge more for the founders edition, so that price is MSRP.
Look at completed listings. You should be asking for $70-$90. Some 4gb models sold for $125.
No problem! Good luck with your build.
Yeah, or that. Forgot to mention that. It is easier to click a retailer link on PCPP though instead of searching the name of th motherboard.
For the future, just visit one of the retailers, Newegg being my favorite, and take a look at specifications. Stuff like this is listed right there.
They are pretty good. They don't cheap out on parts like other pre-builts do as far as I can tell.
Price wise, building it yourself might be a little cheaper, and you can choose a better case, etc.
Here is a list I made for the best computer:
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Building it yourself is more fun too, so I'd rather build it.
Darn...not exactly what I am looking for unfortunately.
Which 1060 is it?
I guess. I think I meant to post this in general. I don't think the hardware section is right because I am asking about a company's RMA system, and not hardware exactly. Hardware motherboards? You do know I was talking a GPU, right?
How long did the RMA take? That is what I'm worried about the most.
I originally wanted a EVGA 1060, but they don't have/make a backplate for them. I could go custom backplate but their 1060s are expensive to begin with and buying a backplate price gets you into 1070 pricing. Went STRIX because it was open-box lol. Card was fine at first I don't know why it had to poop out on me.
Seems fine to me...
Yikes yikes yikes.
They need to fix their ****.
Maybe I'll try and talk Microcenter manager jnto exchanging my GPU.
Why would it be moved?
Yeah :/ I really don't want to send my GPU off and get pulled into a mess.
Yes, I believe. You can't SLI, but you don't need to for what you are trying to do.
Their CPU and Mobo prices are great, especially when bought as a combo!
Their new GPUs are meh. Open box though is amazing. Just make sure you check stock before you go. I got an Asus GTX 1060 6GB Strix there a couple days ago for only $260 open box, and it has a $20 MIR too. I pretty much got a top of the line GTX 1060 for less than the cheaper models. No problems whatsoever with the card.
Probably only one here.
What do you mean? Like attached to the wall that the PC sits on, or soemthing that sits on the floor?
This guy is overpaying so much lol
May as well benefit from it.
If someone is willing to buy it for that price I'd take it. How old is the build?
Yes. It means it is being used to the max.
Yuck. I'd actually use it if I got one.
Yeah. Either buy the parts out of pocket first, then build it and request payment. Just make sure where you buy it from has good return policy. Or get payment first, and PayPal buyer protection will protect the customer from being scammed by you.
Or you could just suprise them! If the PC build quality is great they wouldn't care what age you are.
Yeah. There is similar people near me too.
That could work. As long as everything looks professional nobody would know.
I'm just thinking of ways to start small and get something going. If school isn't an option, what about for family/neighbors/ anyone else you know?
Yeah, a lot of people probably wouldn't trust a 12 year old.
Maybe try building computers for people at your school first. If you get a good reputation building computers, maybe you then can start trying get more customers from outside school. And you might be older then too.
Keep yourself away from distractions.
Don't loathe the work you are going to have to do. In the amount of time you delay yourself from doing the work you probably would have finished it already.
Take things one step at a time. Make a goal for each day, and reach it.
But what the hell. I get straight A's but my parents wouldn't do jack for my PC. You are lucky!
But do you know I can buy a new 6700k for
$300. Where are you looking for these prices?
Well I wish you luck buddy.
How old is the CPU?
Since someone else wanted a good amount of your parts, if you do decide to finally part it out, I'd take the CPU.
good luck with that. I already tried month or two ago. Maybe he will change his mind....
As in damaged. A Sudden shock such as a drop can do a lot of damage.
So it doesn't boot up now? Did the laptop have a HDD or SSD? And was it turned on?
My guess if the laptop has an HDD and was turned on, or even off, is that the HDD is cooked.