5-7 years is pretty much the norm,
but i've seen power supplies go to 10 years.
my daily work drive,
after about 5 years
3 R9 290 needs at least 950-1000W
so you better go with the AX1500i or the EVGA 1600 T2
there is something with das blue switchs,
it feels and sounds crispier than other manufacturers blue switches,
thats why i love it
especially if it was marketed as a "GAMING" board
i thought all Z series chipset and mobo supports SLI,
some manufacturers decide to disable it for some reason then
you can use the low profile SATA cable from silverstone,
it should be low enough to sit...
go for the SP120 fans if you are using it for heatsinks and radiators
but noctuas delivers better performance than other cooler, while quieter than most other competitors.
you get the awesome build quality and ease...
noone vote for the ol good noctua NH-U12S/U14?
running a Corsair CX750M 2015 edition,
still using the olde NT-H1
works well, cheap, and easy to find here.
application is always a rice grain size in the middle, let the pressure from...
try noctua fans,
some NZXT fans i use also last quite a bit of time (2-3years) used as a top intake
i believe its the FN140 version
a good 500W PSU is plenty for that build,
a seasonic G550 is a good choice if its available
an RM550 is also good
Q9550 and G4500 is pretty much the same performance wise
its not really worth it if you upgrade to a G4500, unless you up it to i5 6500
isn't this RGB shenanigans is getting too far?
and no, i wouldnt buy one
nothing beats this
its plastic with some kind of rubber ridges on it,
its very durable.
i have the 5000
its exactly the same shape, just a different sensor, the 5000 have weights system on it, but its a laser mouse and its...
Mionix Naos 7000 is pretty bang on without weights
the build quality of mionix mice are very good too,
i had mine for 4 years, still going strong, only the cable broke, but thateasily replaceable
all the mionix naos stuff is great,
the one with the weight tuning is the 5000 though, and its discontinued.
you can check my CPU/mobo/cooler combo for reference,
its rock solid @4.5GHz 1.2V, extremely silent, and 60-63C @4.5GHz 100% load with virtually...
my friend uses one of those case,
he uses 970 windforce with it, no problem at all,
a bit cramped, but a good small case nonetheless
the PSU is...
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