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  1. March Winners are Bond007 through the Forum and Oelmuvun on Patreon. This months one is already started and lets do 3 $20 Amazon gift cards, will make a dedicated post shortly
  2. Yah I know, I did end up getting some other PSU's as well lately for the rig that will go in there
  3. Video goes live tomorrow new style for me but was fun, lucked out by getting some parts free on VarageSale and trades to get the total cost to $.56 yup not even a dollar haha
  4. My every night games with buddies are mostly FPS. apex (good for a slowly changing game and just jumping in and working with a group of 2 other buddies) Cod warzone ( like apex but on speed, lots more going on, and lots of fun and like apex it is free as well) for single or 2 player I really enjoyed farcry new dawn (Get a good buddy or older kid and play your way through this game, so much fun and great characters) doom eternal (other than the occasional platforming bits that are frustrating as hell, this is a solid shooter and tons of fun) fallout 4 with tons of mods (you can mod this game to be anything you want at this point) gears (another better with friends game and though it is short it is a lot of fun) PC halo games (it’s halo) metro exodus with expansions (the only game with stealth I enjoy, absolutely stunning story as well as beautiful areas and the expansion “sams story” though short is a must play. The main game has some of the coolest post apocalypse fun in any game with far more variety of characters, landscapes and challenges than say fallout) I am sure there are others haha
  5. It certainly has been a while since we have taken a close look at SATA Solid State drives. For a myriad of reasons these workhorses of the industry just do not garner the same level of attention, let alone excitement, as their PCIe NVMe brethren. This is rather unfortunate as “SATA is not dead” (…yet). There are plenty of good reasons to opt for a SATA model over a NVMe, the most obvious of which is their asking price. Take for example, toady’s review of, the Silicon Power A55 1TB SATA SSD. With an online average asking price of only $80 (USD) for a full one Terabyte of capacity, or a mere 8 cents per Gigabyte, it does offer plenty of room with ‘good enough’ performance for the typical ‘budget builds’ secondary drive. Thanks to its M.2 2280 form-factor the A55 series also appears to be tailor made for NUC’s, older laptops, and similar small form-factor devices where there is simply not enough room for the typical 2.5 Inch SSD (even 7mm z-height models). When you mix in the facts that this is a single sided M.2 SSD, comes with a 3 year warranty, uses Micron CuA gen 3 TLC NAND, and a decent (if DRAM-less) controller there certainly appears to be more than just the asking price going in the Silicon Power A55’s favor. So while we do not expect to see any benchmark records be broken… the A55 may just be a decent or even optimal choice for certain scenarios. The only real question is if this is actually a worthwhile addition to their lineup. After all, for a mere 20 dollars more buyers can opt for Silicon Power’s own A60 1TB M.2 drive. A drive which uses a more powerful DRAM-less SMI controller, arguably better NAND, and will offer a lot more performance thanks to its NVMe interface. Let’s find out how the A55 stacks up. Read Full Review
  6. I still have those above CPU's want to throw them on the bench when I get some time haha
  7. Yah seems like we are in a cpu race again which is forcing the lack of oc headroom
  8. thats still not bad at all, considering at that 4.2 it will hammer through anything you throw at it
  9. I agree thats why I have tons of old hardware again. Craziest OC I have got is my 3600x can do 4.35 on all cores and threads only issue is voltage and temps would be too high so back to stock till my waterchooling shows up
  10. I am using the same cpu in my main and in gaming holy crap was it a huge upgrade from the 6950x but editing it is only on par
  11. fully agree and the money you save from not going to intel can get you a better gpu where you will really notice the difference
  12. Not a bad question Last year new builds Intel a 9900k rig with Aorus everything for a graphic design buddy AMD 3600x rig for myself 3400g Rig for my portable gaming and review rig 3000g super low power rig working on now Few 1600/2600 value rigs for clients and friends a super value rig for a discord buddy used a 1500x and 350b we found at VLcanada before it sold out. Pretty sure a few other rigs in there to. New parts but eol hardware some am1 rigs, 1366 tower as well as some am3+ stuff that was never opened Do laptops count to? haha swapped a board and everything on a Lenovo to go from a i5 7xxx to a i7 7700hq and 1060 for a client to. Probably lots of other builds in there to. Old used stuff we would need a book
  13. yah it will have to be something digital for sure as my post offices are now only open a few hours and nothing is moving
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