For those of you who have modular PSUs that have cables long enough to reach all the way around the back, what are you using ? My psu on my last build in this case needed an extender just to get to the top power plug on the mobo and even with that I couldn't run it behind the mobo tray. I'd like...
Asus P5Q-E LGA 775 ATX mobo. $100
Intel Core 2 Quad 9450 CPU. $125
Coolermaster Hyper 212 Heatsink. I have the adapter for non LGA775 CPU's in the box somewhere, will include them. $25.
Kingwin 600 Watt Modular PSU: $60
Not sure if I want to sell the 5850 or not, I will do it if I get a...
Need to build a new computer at work to replace the aging P3 that I am using now :(
Looking for a LGA 775 mATX board to replace the one currently in my q-pack that doesn't take Core2's and something like an E8400 I guess. Needs to have 64bit support. Not looking to spend a ton of money...
I have used steam for a long time and yes I remember when it was not so good.
No one is saying one is better than the other, the argument is that charging for XBL is stupid when Steam and PSN do the same thing for free.
All XBL did was add features Steam had for years, so that argument is kinda dumb.
Why does PC only matter at all, XBL is xbox only, and PSN is PS3 only. We are comparing three services on three different platforms, the exclusivity of one to the platform can't be discounted just because.
I am going right from the motherboard right to the receiver by Optical. My motherboard is a P5Q-E.
The thing about the Xonar was meant as a different question, sorry for phrasing it poorly.
edit: Playing a movie works.