Is there context to your question? Did you somehow find this picture on the internet (with everything already crossed out with pink) and thought it looked cool? I don't know what app it is, but I also don't understand how you don't already know.
I must have left my sense of humor in my other pants, sorry.
But...that's just dumb. Or is there an inside joke I'm not aware of?
It could be a number of things, to be honest. Possibly a bad CPU, Motherboard or PSU. I'm not sure how to determine if it's any of those unless you have spares of each (which I'm sure you don't).
Oh, I see
Haha, that's awesome. I find that the forums take a lot of my time...
Oh, you never actually purchase anything from PCPP. They don't sell anything on this site.
This is the cheapest case I can find that's red/black. It's also ATX form factor, so it's a bit large.
You could go for a less expensive case, but that's pretty much the only thing you could drop without sacrificing performance.
Maybe you can save up a little longer?
Not sure. There are lots of UK sites, I thought.
Yeah, I was pretty sure they update the shipping prices at checkout. =(
There are a lot of great YouTube tutorials on that topic. I suggest watching a few. It's pretty easy these days with the automated software.
Quite well! I'm surprised you're still so active on the site!
That's a tough one. Witcher 3 is pretty demanding. You might be able to get max settings at 60 FPS, but I wouldn't expect it to. You'd probably be safe with high settings at 60 FPS, though.
You're giving us weird choices. May I ask why you've come down to these two specific CPUs?
Haha, to be fair, it was kind of silly to post a partlist as an argument...
That's the best monitor that you've posted so far. If you have the means, I'd say go for it.
That's fair, haha
I wouldn't worry too much about the GPU fans. It's pretty normal these days for the fans to only come on when needed.
You should check all the PSU connections to make sure everything is secure. If I were you, I'd unplug each connection and reconnect them all, making sure they're all tight.
Looks pretty good to me. Only thing I'd really suggest is to also get a Solid State Drive (SSD) to go with it.
It looks good on paper. You should try to find something with reviews, though. Maybe Google that part number to see if you can find any reviews.
That's an odd size. 25-inch ultra-wide? I have 27-inch monitors that are 16:9 (vs 21:9). The price seems good, though.
I believe they show you the shipping fee once you actually checkout. It'll show it to you before you make the payment, though.
We won't be able to see what you have in your cart. You'd have to upload a screenshot.
Maybe because those are datacenter drives? I know they don't really put much server hardware on this site.
Haha, yes. The link he gave would just show you what was in your cart.
Google. The only time I use a different search engine is to get to Google, but even then I usually just type it in the address bar.
Cant believe how many people are using other engines! Or how many people seem to think browser and search engine are equivalent.
Also, Chrome in case anyone is curious.
The videos tab definitely has a use, trust me. ;)
They've mentioned in the past that they're probably going to stay away from server stuff for now.
These look promising and have multiple sizes available: Link
You forgot to mention an important part: the size of your laptop.
All drives fail eventually. Some die quicker. I've had great luck with Seagate and I'll continue to buy their drives.
I haven't used VMware, but I know that some virtualization software has something to help communicate with the guest OS from the host OS. For example, VirtualBox has a "Guest Additions" software that you install on the guest. It has a set of much-needed drivers.
This sounds like a driver issue to me.
Why do I always see a topic like this everytime I'm here? If you wanna take a break, just do it! Haha, no need to let someone know. =P
I agree with waffle, I think 1080p @ 144hz would look the best. I don't think you'd wanna game on two monitors, though. I would say game on one and have the other one available for web browsing and whatnot. If you game on both, you're going to be annoyed by the edge of the monitors in the center of your view.
Anyway, 1080p still looks great in my opinion.
Ahh, yes. Great question. You'll need to have the OS ready to go on a bootable USB drive before installing the OS. Unfortunately, this means having access to another computer beforehand.
No probs. And you don't even need to buy physical media anymore. It's really just the license that you pay for, so as soon as you can get the license, you can actually download the OS straight from Microsoft's website.
I would link for you, but I'm at work.
Are you asking if you should get two 1080p 144hz versus only one 1440p 60hz? Or would you get dual monitors regardless?
You'd need to add a DVD drive to install with a disc, but it's really easy to go the USB route if you wanted.
If you want a better CPU, you're gonna need to upgrade the motherboard to a new socket.
Athlon X4 860K is the best FM2+ at the moment. Technically there's the X4 880, but it's really the same CPU, just with a higher clock. But you can overclock the 860K
Cool, what socket?
You have $252 on a CPU or the whole build?
I was in the middle of changing it and got distracted hahaha
You're in luck! There's a subforum just for you!
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My thoughts exactly.
Wikipedia, YouTube, and History Channel will probably be your friend.
Not to sound rude, but you probably shouldn't ask other people to do your research for you.