-Samsung 850 Evo M.2 250Gb SSD
-8gb DDR4-3000 RAM Corsair
-AMD 8320 CPU
-Cooler Hyper 212 EVO (must use this cooler since the original backplate had to removed for this cooler and is no longer around)
I've got a Haswell Dell XPS 12 (late 2013 model).
Has i7 4500u processor
256GB Samsung 850 EVO mSATA SSD
1080p IPS screen
In 9.5/10 condition with original packaging.
Backlit keyboard with great typing feel
MacPro 2008 Model 2.8Ghz Quad Core x2 CPU (Xeon chips but Core2 Architecture)
8GB FB Ram
AMD 4870 512MB (OEM Apple Card)
and AMD 6850 1GB (aftermarket works fine just no boot/bios screen)
1TB Seagate SSHD Hybrid drive
Original Apple Keyboard
EVGA GTX960 SSC, Like New
I got this a couple week ago from Norfolk. Unfortunately I realized almost immediately that with 3 young children at home, I have other things to do besides gaming in the evening. So I'm selling it.
It's packaged in the original box with accessories.
Price Drop to
For sale is my P128 SSD for $260 shipped within Canada. Tentatively Sold:clap:
I've used it since this past winter, and it is in perfect condition. I'm selling it because my baby girl is more important than my computers equipment at this point in my life. No time for computers...
Does anyone have suggestions for getting blueray's to playback under windows 7?
I built on i7 rig for friend. He just threw a blueray drive in, but can't get it to play Blueray discs.
Is there some software that doesn't cost $80, that will play bluerays?
I can see how Blueray is having...
Currently I'm running a Q9450 on my Gigabyte UD3P board with a Thermalright Ultra 120 cooling the beast.
I'm pretty happy with the overclocks I can get. Also note, I get about the same temps with my Vendetta II as I get with my Ultra 120.
-I've lapped my CPU and Ultra, but only made a degree...
I'm curious what sort of temps people are seeing during Linpack stability testing.
Could you post you max temp in the following format:
Whether Load line calibration was used for voltage
case, if relevant
You can download OCCT here, use the Linpack...
My Sapphire 1GB 4870 is easily the loudest and hottest component in my rig.
I'd like to watercool it for noise and temp reasons with aesthetics being a distant third reason.
I'm thinking about the Swiftech MCW60 because I can probably find a used one pretty cheap. Can I get away with just...
I'm trying to figure out if I can boot up from integrated x3100 graphics so I can flash my 4870 firmware. If I enable the internal graphics in BIOS the 4870 does not seem to be active in any configuration. Do PCI-E lanes get reallocated to the x16 slot when I stick an external card in?
I am thinking of getting a Sapphire 1GB 4870 with the non-reference cooler.
I had a Sapphire 512MB 4870 briefly when the first came out but, I ended up getting a GTX260 instead. I've sold that card, and am looking at ATI cards again (currently using a 4670).
Are the new ATI cards cooler at...
Currently I have an Intel system, but have watched with curiosity the Phenom II launch. I've been thinking of getting a Intel Quad, but would love to mess around with an AMD system.
I'm a bit confused about AM2+/3 sockets though. It seems like they are more forward and backward compatible...
$1299 USA Dell i7 920 w/ 6GB, 4850, 23" Screen
Costco - $1,299.99 after $500 OFF Dell XPS 435MT Core i7-920 2.66GHz 6GB DDR3 640GB HDD
This seems to cheap to be true. If anyone has american friends, this would be a solid machine for the $$$. $1299 includes the computer and a 23" LCD...
FT/FS E8400, Corsair VX450, Mushkin RAM, mini p180 for Q9XXX cpu
Sold the rig, except the RAM:thumb:
Thanks for looking
I have the following items for sale or trade:
Items am interested in are:
-Intel 45nm quad processor
-Antec P182 case in good condition preferrably in Ontario to avoid...
I've got a some space parts kicking around and would like to turn them into a living room PC/backup gamer for when a friend needs a computer.
Parts I already have:
Intel E2160 processor (this one overclocks easily to 3.0Ghz)
Corsair VX450 Powersupply
Some old hard drives
An old case (looking...
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