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...PACMAN... was last seen:
May 24, 2017 at 5:28 PM
      You got a nice G3258. I need to pump a lot of voltage to get mine stable lol. It takes me 1.2 volt to get stable at 4.2 when I got it. Now it wore down and I have to pump out even more voltage aha. I want to kill my pentium and get a better one since I have the intel tuning plan but it soldiering on with high voltage just fine.
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      Cheers for the good luck matey, benchies and pics when you have it all up and running :)
    3. d1nky
      ok im slightly jealous! its not up and running yet, keep breaking tools (pin remover) and having to order stuff online. hopefully this weekend I can finish it.

      good luck in Canada!
    4. ...PACMAN...
      I'm moving to Canada for two years on June 7th!!! Around August I should be able to build an awesome rig and at cheaper prices than the rip off UK lol. Will update when it is in motion.

      I'm great buddy, thanks for asking. Hope you are all good and I see your rig has undergone some changes since I was last on here, how's it running?
    5. d1nky
      Hurry up and get a rig together! hope all is well
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  • System Name: Hard Times
    Processor: X3450
    Motherboard: MSI MS7616
    Cooling: Stock
    Memory: 8gb DDR3 1333Mhz
    Video Card(s): Asus GTX 1050 Ti 4Gb "Expedition"
    Hard Disk(s): SanDisk Extreme 120Gb SSD (os) , WD Caviar Green 1Tb (Games)
    Optical Drive: None
    LCD/CRT Model: 32" Samsung HDTV 1080P
    Case: Medion (Aldi Special)
    Sound Card: Onboard HDMI
    Power Supply: Corsair CX 400w
    Software: Windows 10 Pro/Windows 7 Ultimate x64/SparkyLinux 4.5 GameOver Edition - Triple Boot
    Benchmark Scores: It actually plays most stuff very smoothly!