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Old 05-08-2014, 11:26 AM   #1
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No I didn't buy this PC from a thrift shop and now I didn't get any parts from the thrift shop I simply named it this because majority of the parts I bought used off of ebay and I may or may not keep that trend as I upgrade lol
here is a video I did on my build sorry for the crappy video quality


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Old 05-08-2014, 04:09 PM   #2
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My god that's a nice build for the price ! Well done
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My god that's a nice build for the price ! Well done
Thank you. and if I can I am going to buy a used R9 270 just to keep with the "thrift shop" idea I found a MSI gaming edition one on ebay for $110 I just need to get the money now
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I love these "my build" videos where the builder are actually talking instead of just showing text. maybe i should do one myself.
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Thanks subscribe if you want I do plan on doing more videos as I upgrade I may even do a game play video showing the graphics on the integrated graphics if I can get my MIC to work lol
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I will be posting an update since I got my new CPU cooler the video is currently uploading to youtube
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sorry for the crappy quality again lol
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Old 06-11-2014, 11:47 PM   #8
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Little update I have my CPU back up to 4.3gz it wasn't a heat issue I had left the voltage at stock (since it was already high at 1.35v) I raised the voltage to 1.3625v and now it has no issues I noticed while running prime 95 it peaks at 1.35v so I'm assuming when I was at stock it was hitting the cap and causing the PC to shut down now it has room to "play" I may try getting 4.5ghz but the CPU runs at 72 Celsius under load right now so I think I'll leave it
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