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  1. LifeOnMars

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    You know when you feel like you are being ignored and yet you have perfectly valid input :rolleyes: M to the S to the E. Never had any nasties, updates automatically, can use as much or as little CPU as you wish and offers real time protection which actually works. Also, hasn't affected any games I've played at all. It's free and automatically makes windows defender redundant. Beautiful.:)
     
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    We supply MSE for customers with warranties longer than 4 years. We only ever supply Kaspersky when asked. As I have to deal with Kaspersky (Norton and McAfee) issues on a daily basis it only reaffirms my grounding that NOD32 is the best AV out there.

    MSE is a fantastic free AV - as LifeOnMars has stated. It's light-weight, intrusiveness and updates are prompts. It may not be as comprehensive as say free AVG but I sure as hell have less problems with it than I do with AVG.

    We've actually started supplying AVG to customers due to the fact it's one of the only AVs that do 3 year licences. Personally I hate it. False positives galore (same with Kaspersky). F-Secure isn't a bad AV when configured correctly but previous versions were terrible.

    Bottom line is - NOD32 has yet to be beaten in my personal & professional experience. MSE is a fantastic free AV. Malwarebytes is an essential removal tool. Simple. As. That.

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    I can second malwarebytes. A nice bit of software which does what it's meant to without being obtrusive. What alot of people don't realise is that once properly configured this software should not have any impact on any of your daily computing tasks at all. Just take the time to configure it.
     
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    You'd be surprised how many people actually believe it's an anti-virus program that runs in the background :shadedshu
    I fixed someone's rig the other day who had 4 antivirus's running at the same time (MSE, AVG, Some Panda thing and also Windows Defender Service still running). I deactivated/uninstalled the AV's then cleaned a ton of viruses of his rig :shadedshu:shadedshu
     
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    LOL! The ignorant ay?

    If you buy Malwarebytes it becomes a fully fledged IS package.
     
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    I can only go by the 2500k i'm running at the moment which runs very cool, even when heavily overclocked. I understand the 2600Ks do run hotter due to the hyperthreading but even so, that cooler should be more than sufficient. You will love the speed....they fly :)
     
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    Next step for me would definitely be a i7 2600k. I could go for a i5 2500k but. i dont know, for my sort of usage, a superclocked 2500k would probably suit my needs more then perfectly. but i still want extra cores anyway. Back in the day i used to convert a lot of videos and music - now days, not so much, the 2600 would be pretty overkill for me.
     
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    I'm trying so hard to hold out until Bulldozer and even after all the introductory boards have been released and 'all' the bugs ironed out, this rig (if I don't find some chump willing to buy it) will have to last me. I'm going to have to purchase another HDD and get some RAID lovin' on the go, but I need more storage not necessarily more I/O performance.

    Would love an mATX Sandy Bridge based rig though.
     
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    whats your vantage GPU P-score?
     
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    I don't run pointless benchmarks anymore - it was fun with my AGP rigs but now I don't get any enjoyment out of 'em.
     
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    I want to go compare :}) against my crossfired 5850s, I never knew you bought a second one for crossfire

    [​IMG]
     
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    B3 motherboards are coming out soon. Might as well get one of them.
     
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    I don't have the money for a new rig unless I sold (the majority of) this one.
     
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    One of my dads DDR400 Modules just died.

    does anyone have a spare DDR PC3200 kits going cheap or at least knows of anyone thats is selling some cheap?
     
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    I do have a DDR 1 machine back home, not sure if the ram are still working. And IIRC they are DDR333 anyway.

    I think I am gonna hold off buying Sandy first, until seeing how good Bulldozer perform in CeBit.
     
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    hmmm to pre-order or not to pre-order BF3, that is the Question...

    pay £40 for the limited edition or wait until release to get the standard version for £25+
     
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    Piggy, PS3 status report?
     
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    Ignoring me, Erocker time tonight.

    Managed to get another PS3 from a RL mate though.

    Anyone fancy a trip to "Cheshire" ?
     
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    Swing by london to pick me up n we'll go in like the dudes from lock, stock. Gotta find someone who owns a Bren gun though.
     
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    that dudes a legend mate. makes real good adverts that get stuck in yer head. forget all that Meerkat.com dribble.
     

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