I gotta ask...how do you even keep that many clients straight?Now if I can just snag a http://www.amazon.com/Intel-i7-980X-Extreme-Processor-LGA1366/dp/B003922WES I will be a happy customer and I bet I can get 100 clients to load!
One word... WattageOut of curiosity Raz, why is the 550 ti your go-to card?
Excel spreadsheet and don't laugh but I cut up a 3/8 square oak dowel in 2" (inch) sections and wrote in sharpie in "class" colors, each toons name/account name on each block and I keep them in a bowl on my desk and stack them like eq jenga infront of the monitor of the box they are on.....I gotta ask...how do you even keep that many clients straight?
The SSD Drive in question is nice, very nice! here is the link AND free shipping!
Storage: 240gb SanDisk SSD on sale at Best Buy for $60
Link to post about build:
These low prices and the variety of whats available to you guys makes me want to move to the USA.The SSD Drive in question is nice, very nice! here is the link AND free shipping!
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HOT TIP: building a SFF machine and need a powerhouse video card on a budget?
AMD ATI Radeon HD 7570 1GB PCI-E Video Card (ATI-102-C33402-B) Low Profile
MAKE sure you get the DDR5 version and not the MUCH slower ddr3 version! I popped this into my old i5 HPz200SFF and went from 6-9clients to 12-18 clients!
I was patient and stole mine on eBay for $35
Anytime I build a new box, I visit Tom's Hardware to get caught up. I would start there. They are pretty good with staying up to date and usually keep adding info to their build guides quarterly or when something new hits the scene.I just picked up a new motherboard. Asus crosshair v formula z.
Can anyone suggest memory for this setup? I thought I was getting the best at the time, but I guess the article I was checking in to was a little old and I wound up getting this memory kit.
Looking at the qualified vendor list on asus website, there is much faster memory available for this mobo. I'm not up to speed on memory these days, but it looks like it is capable of up to 2400 mhz, with several g.skill being the most readily available. The memory I have in my current mobo, isn't exactly the model they call for, but it is 2400 mhz. I'm going to see how it runs with the 16g of the current 2400 mhz memory, if it runs it at that speed at all, and go from there. My current mobo, won't run the memoru any faster than 1333 mhz no matter what I do, hence the new motherboard.
Anyway, any suggestions on memory?
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