I've built several computer builds over the years and in some builds, I've suffered from infamous "my screen freezes with loud buzzing noise" problems more than I liked or paid for.
So my current rig (it's in my signature... but who reads those anyway?):
NZXT H440 \\ XF X XXX 650W PSU \\...
You're correct and yes there had been other sales.
But as far as I know all the sale did not include Acer or Ben-Q which are two brands that I would go for when I'm looking around for this type of LCD.
Indeed, IPS would have a better viewing angle (mostly vertical) and few minor color...
I have M50 currently (only different from M50X b/c of its non-detachable cord) and maybe I can upload my review later on if I buy this one. Comparing 598 with M50.
M50, after a while, gives me a bit of headache because of its pressure and I want something that won't give me that.
Everyone's talking about the stealing aspect...
I would encourage everyone to actually watch a video.
Because for me, it is a bigger interest to know that there is an open source schematic and listed parts to make my "Coin Card" which I believe sells around for 100 bucks right now.
Reasons I have heat spreaders on my ram:
1: they came in it and I'm way too lazy to pop em' out
2: my case is windowed, so they do look a little better
3: because I don't need em' really and I'm just a blind consumer who takes whatever comes out
Yea I'm not sure with Canada, but from my past experience and what I've read this year.
BF is going to be worse than the actual Thanksgiving day (tomorrow) when it comes to electronics.
Well either way, good luck with getting what you want.
At the end of it, I like to think that SSD is SSD. They...
I know Samsung is on the high side now but they do have much better read performance.
Maybe wait for a day for Thanksgiving day and shop for a cheaper price?
also what are you using to monitor dead sectors?
Hmmm.. that's the first I've heard of that.
I mean I've heard such things mentioned regarding Genesis and its dating and the way how Chronological record does not match up with the age of this planet.
But there's an issue of whether some people accept first few chapters of Genesis as poem or...
Same here :) Although I'm hoping that the compensated the seller (probably not as much as some collectors would have offered but just a little)
It's true that AK0tA might be biased but that doesn't necessarily make AK0tA wrong.
I've had atheist friend who've read different books of other...
Honestly, with that much power behind, I would consider it.
Because when I first moved from my flip to smart several years ago, I was not very happy.
Reason 1: my hand is way too small (:() Nowdays, I have hard time handling my G3 XD
Reason 2: my dad used to always say to me: "You don't need...
I do have XFX 600 right now but I'm suspecting that it might be the source of crash so I'm switching out.
I don't know how to test the stability of this PSU so I'm just upgrading to a slightly a higher wattage and something new. :(
Thanks for the link
So I'm trying to buy a new WLAN card/usb stick.
Which one do you guys suggest.
PCI probably is faster but I'm looking into USB route also because of my random computer crashes (I had this problem posted in another thread about PSU), I am suspecting either PSU or my WLAN PCI card incompatible...
From what I've used, there are couple of softwares that can check and "monitor" the cpu and gpu voltage (I believe CPUID stuff work) but I don't know how to have them actually record the change before the computer goes out.
Because... you know... it would be impractical for me to stare at the...
Might be a better investment than first trying out new PSU.
Thanks for the link!
I'll keep this in mind.
Edit: To answer your question:
Yes, I was asking about that.
Although I was thinking more along the line of software that can tell if there was a spike or drop from PSU...
So after getting random but persistent freeze and crashes that my "new" build is suffering from, I'm starting to suspect my PSU (XFX XXX 650) as the culprit.
Now I know some of the known "troubleshooting" that are suggested by the users on this forum:
-buy a PSU from a vendor with good return...