This 8 core processor has only been owned for 3 MONTHS. Runs perfectly with no flaws. Only being sold because I upgraded to a 3900X.
It comes with the WRAITH PRISM LED Cooler that was...
I built the system in my signature last September with the intention of getting a Ryzen 3000 series on launch. I was on a 3770K before. I'll be jumping on the 3900X if the independent reviews don't show any serious flaws. Most likely not upgrading the mobo, but might consider RAM if 3600 holds...
I'm a top 500 NA flex support main and played at ESL Cologne for another game. For me, the sound from fps games sound so foreign and odd with Super X-Fi. Hard for me to pinpoint where anything is coming from with high enough precision to compete.
I love this thing. My only criticism is that for FPS games, it really messes me up with positioning. Maybe I have to unlearn everything and relearn how the Super XFi positions sounds, but playing games like Overwatch, I just couldn't tell where anything was coming from. Other non-fps...
Because of the midwest cold vortex, my monitor got delayed by 2-3 days. I just received it yesterday. This is the best monitor I've ever had.
No dead pixels, no blb... maybe I just got lucky, but I'm quite pleased with it. Out of the box settings on sRBG looked quite good as well.
Hey guys, I'm not sure what the rules on this section is, please delete as needed.
Instead of 3 separate threads, I'll just link everything below.
Asus ROG Strix 1080Ti OC Edition
MSI R9 390
Amazon Fire HD 10...
I just bought one of these at Microcenter. It's my first AMD processor in 15+ years... and I love it. The next thing also is that if you don't plan on using the RGB cooler that comes with the processor, you can do what I did and sell it on ebay for $40. Brings the cost down to an incredible...
Thanks guys. yeah, that's exactly why I was asking. Looking to buy a new drive and wondered if the speeds actually mattered, especially if I was using it to stream videos to another pc. It's a Western Digital drive that lasted me 6 years. seems like a reasonable amount of time to die.
Been a long time since I've bought a regular hard drive, but my 2TB drive is starting to click and I think is dying.
Does rotational speed matter much if I'm using the drive as a media drive to watch 1080p videos?
Thanks in advance for the thoughts.