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  1. Hi Guys I have a CORSAIR HX750 Power supply and I am upgrading my rig. I was wondering if it is enough for this new rig: IntelCore i7-5930K Asus X99 Deluxe Asus Geforce GTX980 4GB G.Skill 4*8 DDR4 Thank you.
  2. I was given a kit of 2 x 2GB (4GB total) PC2-5300 SODIMMs. I was thinking about upgrading my laptop with the kit, to max it out. But I've heard some bad things about Corsair Valueselect RAM. Such as, the memory being DOA and failing memtest86+ in the most epic way (garbage characters on the screen, including a spade, lol). So what does everybody think of Corsair Valueselect RAM?
  3. This is my PSU:http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139034 My choices of UPS:http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16842102134 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16842111027 CyberPower-900 watts-2 minutes at full load,Tripp Lite-940 watts-4 minutes at full load. Question is does the CyberPower's pure sine wave support(?!?!) cover the less backup time?Will it really make a difference and protect my PC?Or should I not worry about that and go for the more backup time. Link for the Tripp Lite:https://www.tripplite.com/en/products/model.cfm?txtSeriesID=749&txtModelID=3721
  4. Ok fellas, alot of you have been very helpful in giving your watercooling advice. I have two shopping carts at frozencpu ready to go but i can only choose one lol. Help me out. either the Raystorm EX360 kit with d5 pump, or the RX240 kit with d5 pump. This may seem redundant when you compare this to my previous post on watercooling but hear me out. I actually have a second EX360 rad on the way which i ordered early this week. The reason why i ordered it early is because the stock seemed to run out quickly and i didn't want a crossflow rad. So with that being said, my first question is, with the EX360 in the loop in push/pull, could i get away with an RX240 at the top of the case? The reason i'm thinking about the 240 is because i have a corsair 750d and with the thickness of the RX, i don't want to lose too much 5.25 bay functionality because it's also pretty long. especially since i'm gonna be using the dual bay res/pump. So, RX240 up top with additional EX360 in push/pull in the loop? It will be cooling SLI water blocked 780's, and a 4770k. Second question is, If i go with the RX240 up top, i should be able to mount the EX360 (push/pull) at the front of the case correct? hopefully we have some 750d users in here. Anyway, thanks for the help guys
  5. TCcomputers29

    i5-4670k Build for friend! Opinions?

    Hi Guys/Gals!! I recently built a computer for my friend! and it turned out well...lol. Anyway Opinions? BTW this was my first build for a 'Client' and my first Intel build. SPECS: Intel i5 4670k Gigabyte Radeon 7970 GHz Ed Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD3H Samsung 840 pro 256gb SSD (Boot) Seagate Barracuda 2TB (Storage) Corsair AX-760w PSU LG DVD Drive Coolermaster Hyper 212 Evo 16gb Kingston Hyper X BLU RAM 1600MHz Thermaltake Level 10 GT Snow White Windows 8 Here are some pics! During the build: EDIT: More pics!
  6. Hi guys! So I purchased the kuhler 920 and would like to know which fan would offer good/better performance over the stock fans of the 920. The Noctua NF-P12 is ~$25 and the SP120's in a twin pack are $32, so would the Noctua fans be worth the extra? are the SP120's quiet or are they loud? Please help Thank you so much. PS. I dont mind if you recommend some fans other than the ones stated but keep in mind I want them to look nice in my fractal design r3 Also I want them to be quiet.
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