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  1. Good luck everyone! Wish all of you here a prosperous New Year!
  2. Received it yesterday, I couldn't resist to make quickly the changes. So along with the Noctua NH-U12S, I added a new fan and a better PSU. Thank you again Bosco, overclockersclub.com and Noctua. Thank you. http://s1026.photobucket.com/user/mvdan/media/IMGP2960_zpsdad4eb90.jpg.html?filters[user]=138477606&filters[recent]=1&sort=1&o=0
  3. Will you use telescopic cylinders? Would be totally awesome to make it operable via remote controller. I'll be watching this space for sure.
  4. "The CPU performance of the A6-6400K is about on a level of a 2.2 to 2.4 GHz Pentium processor of the Sandy Bridge generation." http://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-A-Series-A6-6400B-Desktop-Processor.96965.0.html For these specs I upgrade an Intel Pentium 2.4GHz Compaq notebook, with only 4GB ram, with a seagate 500GB -7200 rpm- 64MB buffer. Did this for some kids after the previous hdd died. Installed the 8.1 windows and runs smooth. With some tweaks after. In your case I would add another 4GB if there are only 4. I assume it does have UEFI bios. Even if it is setted to work on both dual core, I would check the boot on system configuration to enable all cores. And from here many tweaks can be done. With or without the help of an SSD. Would be useful if you give us more details on the specs. Or the product name.
  5. I use 8 since the preview. I recently signed for the Technical Preview. Let me tell you that works just fine on an old Thinkpad X60s (x32 version on the old hdd). I have to admit that after the major update to 9860 build they still haven't solve the wifi connection problem. In the taskbar properties you can revert the Start screen, so the Metro UI is still there. On another laptop, Toshiba Satellite L300 with an SSD, I had some troubles installing it. It was a corrupt iso perhaps or the windows usb tools didn't work properly. I used Rufus to install instead. Same thing. Runs great. With the 8.1 wich I use now, I never had issues. Simple tweaks for the ssd, simple tweaks for programs to run and no extra clean tools. Just manually deleting temp files. Probably 10 will be a more stable os. And that's from a linux user.
  6. Mea culpa for winning. You want it? Maybe you deserve it more than I do. Mea culpa for not being able to stay active on all forums where I'm member, that's why I don't join giveaways no more. This time I thought it could be a chance to change the loudy stock cooler for my 5800k. I wish I could have time. Mea culpa. So i'll not reply within 48h. Have a good day.
  7. AMD A10-5800K AsRock FM2A85X Extreme6 8GB of Kingston HyperX just the integrated graphic Kinsgton HyperX 3k 120GB SSD Thermaltake Chaser A31 Case Noctua NH-U12S CPU Cooler Lepa G 750-MAS Watts 17" LCD Just an Genius mouse, a non-mechanical Logitech keyboard and Flux headsets Country Romania
  8. Just let us know if all worked fine. There are various of other softwares that might work. You can pm me if need extra help.
  9. dacul

    USB 3

    I guess we'll be expecting for a thunderbolt 3 since there is such a competitive market. Usb 3.1 is "expected" to be finalized by august 2014. And damn i missed this http://www.usb.org/developers/events/USB_3_1_DD/.
  10. As mentioned above PhotoRec is good. More infos here http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk ans steps here
  11. I'm new here (thks to Computer Ed Radio Show) and i hope not to offend anyone with my system specs. cpu: AMD Sempron Processor [email protected] 1.61 mobo:Gigabyte GA-K8NS ram: 1GB DDR of Pqi gpu:Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce FX 5500 storage: 2x 80 GB ATA WDC WD800JB-00JJC0 chassis: Delux ATX cooling: AMD stock psu: Delux ATX-450W P4 display: LG FLATRON 17" audio: Sony HCD-GR8 keyboard: Logitech Y-SAG76A mouse: A4Tech SWOP-3 Country : Romania
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