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Recent content by CrackerJack

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    Team Blue vs Red

    That's another thing I was thinking too.. AMD sticks to one socket for awhile! I'm still trying to get use to the whole Intel thing... z97, z99, wtf22... why so many???
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    Team Blue vs Red

    I couldn't think of anything better lol
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    Team Blue vs Red

    I know the feeling! That's another issue I was looking into was cost. Currently I'm happy with Intel.. But if this pushes them to drop prices, I'll stay Intel. But then again 4790 is the best I can use in my board lol So upgrade may come soon...ish
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    Team Blue vs Red

    Been a while since I've posted anything on here... But the whole Ryzen chip has my interest. I was on team Red for a very long time till almost 2 years ago when I got the 4790k. So my question is, How many of y'all plan on switching to the Red side? Or are you currently Red and just upgrading to...
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    I don't know what else to do

    Try this Shell32.dll Issues
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    I don't know what else to do

    Which model mouse are you using?
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    TechPowerUP Wallpapers !

    AWESOME!! :rockout::rockout::rockout::clap::peace:
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    TechPowerUP Wallpapers !

    I have a request, no rush. TechPowerUp Logo with Deadpool if possible.
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    [US] Nice Load Meter $15 3/12 only

    Agree, I've been using this meter for little over a year.
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    Underclocking 4790K

    Currently i'm at 1.26v and 4.5GHz, highest temps I've reach is around ~75c. If I lower the voltage anymore (.01 increments) I can't get past Windows loading.
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    Need low profile low power gpu

    Pretty sure, not possible for that machine
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    who should acquire amd??

    Wal-Mart
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    Impossible to remove screws on MoBo

    The only thing I can think of, is if you have a pair of pillars. Try turning the screw from the backside of the board (be gently and don't bend the threads). Just enough to break them loose.