SFX power supplies. Choices are slim as Silverstone makes the most reputable one. Corsair is releasing theirs in a month.
I'm thinking I just rebuild the 2600k system first and then hold 0ff a month for the Corsair to drop
It's been a while but I'm back with an update and a new build. I decided on the Ncase due to size and aesthetics. The first build will be an update/transfer the hardware from my system specs. The second will be a new build. I'm thinking about the 6700k and R9 Nano and go from there...
I currently have a 6950 and was looking to add another card. Just wondering what would be better to add, 6950, 6970, 7850, or 7950 and 7970?
Trying to improve my framerates in a couple of games.(skyrim and battlefield 3)
needs to be replaced. I guess I have one of those Gigabyte(p67) boards that was recalled because of the Sata issue.
I never experienced problems since I only used 1 of the faulting ports for my optical drive. Since I'm wanting to add another SSD I might as well replace the MB.
I went with this motherboard instead GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD3 LGA, I figured it was better since it had a 2nd PCI-E 16x slot for when I get a 2nd 6950.
Is that actually going to matter over the ASUS board I had in the first post?
I cant get it to post which is the main problem. It was time to upgrade anyways. I'll just put together a new sandy bridge build and figure out the problem later when I give the computer to my brother.
I dont think its anything other than the cpu or video card because of the noise it was making prior to it doing this. one of the fans in my case was making a squealing noise following an abrupt stop. then my comptuer just randomly shut off in the middle of a game I was playing.