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Surgam

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*wipes feet, standing bow*

Hey there, came across this site when I looked into Blade&Soul about a year ago. Been out of the mmo scene for a few years counting, so starting to get that itch that needs scratching. Just threw down a couple bills to update my rig and get it gaming appropriate again. Now all I need is the game, a few friendly faces, and internet that doesn't lag.

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welcome :D if you're interested in guilds we've got plenty in EU/NA guild recruiting sections

what did you upgrade your rig from and too?

i'm currently building mine.

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/pdLZ

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Thanks, I'll definitely look into them.

Your setup is already looking better than mine and that's all I'm saying to keep from being jealous. Lol, I'm more or less just trying to salvage as many parts as I can from old setups. So far, picked up a much needed sapphire radeon hd7950 to replace a outdated gpu, and by outdated I mean it was part of the radeon 4000 series. Upgraded the psu from a antec 430 to a seasonic m12ii 650. As for other parts, I'm gonna hold up on getting shiny new toys since I'm not made of money no matter how much I want to be.

Nice processor you picked out there. Personally I prefer the 2500 sandy bridge over the 3570 ivy bridge but the difference is fairly small.

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welcome :D if you're interested in guilds we've got plenty in EU/NA guild recruiting sections

what did you upgrade your rig from and too?

i'm currently building mine.

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/pdLZ

question

2x2 ram runs fater & lower temperatures or a 1x4

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Welcome to the dojo. :joss_stick:

Have fun around, and good to have more fresh meat. :confident:

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2x2 ram runs fater & lower temperatures or a 1x4

Hi to you too,

Having 2x2 would be better, 1x4 typically overclocks lower than 2x2. With that said, this is just an intro thread for yours truly so as much as I would love to talk about computers, I spy with my little eye that there's a section of the forum dedicated to that.

To get back on topic. I lied, my eyes aren't little and I don't like to talk computer all that much, I'm more of a hands-on type of guy.

@shayryu: Thanks!

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@Lyndis: Salutations!

@Paarth: Thanks for the friendly welcome but I don't engage in premarital hugging. :joss_stick:

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I've created a setup too.

This is a full package, also including a very good monitor. It's a bit expensive. But this is a very quality setup.

However the PSU and Case are a bit expensive. You can for sure spare at least 100 bucks.

But personally I wanted the PC look good too.

Like I said. I thought about every little aspect when creating this. If you want a new Very good Desktop. This is one you should go with. Beside the main focus on the CPU and GPU, this one also focused on a bit more compact design instead of a huge gaming desktop. And it has an 240GB SSD (for the system and your favorite games) with a 2TB 7200RPM side storage (music, videos, backups, pictures etc.)

And it has water cooling.

A very nice package. For those who look for quality beside performance, are good with this setup. But yeah. quite expensive.

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/pnoz

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Hi Surgam, welcome to the Dojo!

Hope you'll find all the infos and friend you'll need to play the game (internet connection too ^^)

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Welcome to the Dojo friend :big_smile:

Have fun around, and good to have more fresh meat. :confident:

Its suuuure is

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