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Member Since 15 Nov 2008
Offline Last Active Jul 01 2009 07:49 PM
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Mushkin RAM Not Recognized Correctly (Help!)

27 June 2009 - 04:54 PM

So I recently built my computer and everything checks out fine except for the mushkin ram I purchased.
http://www.newegg.co...N82E16820146785
Also here is my setup:
http://secure.newegg...Number=13378388

I checked on CPUz and it shows the ram as PC2-6400. I bought the ram labeled as PC2-8500. I quickly sent mushkin for some support but am still waiting for a response. I don't know why it is not showing and I'm posting here for some clarification on this issue. I like to receive what I paid for. Is there any settings that I have to configure with my motherboard or any of that sort? Any help is greatly appreciated of course. :thumbs-up:

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Best Performance, but with some security?

25 May 2009 - 02:16 PM

I'm planning on running 2 WD 500GB HDD. I've considered doing RAID 0, but a little hesitant on losing data. Right now, I'm thinking of not running any raid, just split the hard drives like this:

----500GBHarddrive
-200GB O/S Programs
-300GB DATA
----500GBHarddrive
-250GB DATA
-250GB DATA

-Note: I am also an avid gamer and like to have fast load up times. Where would I place my games and such? Another thing is I'll be having a lot of media on it so where would you consider putting that also? Any input would be greatly recognized. Thanks. ^_^

It's Time!

22 May 2009 - 10:27 PM

After months of waiting till prices go down and income go up, I am finally ready purchase and build my first computer. I am kinda nervous and just wanted to triple check everything and see if I got all the parts down. Here's the wishlist on newegg. Tell me what you think guys :)

http://secure.newegg...Number=13378388

Partitioning Drives

27 December 2008 - 08:42 PM

I plan on having for my new rig 2 HDD containing 500GB each. I am also worried about data loss so I looked researched partitioning. I need some tips on what to divide up for the OS partition and the rest of the data. Also what to do with the other drive/ and should I run RAID. Any help is appreciated. :)

Hd/blu-ray Computer Setup

26 December 2008 - 01:58 PM

Okay my parents gave me the okay to use their money to build them a HD/Blu-Ray computer. This build is meant for their hi-def pictures/videos and such. But I also want it to be a good gaming computer so I can play competitively like I always do. The price range has to be around 1,200. I'm not sure on the power supply as it is out of stock and the motherboard. I don't know the requirements to run blu ray besides a good monitor/videocard.

https://secure.neweg...spx?ID=10043326

Any suggestions would be a great help. I plan on purchasing parts as soon as tomorrow. :)