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Comment reply on Codywalker16's Completed Build: My parents think it was only $1,000

  • 34 months ago
  • 2 points

I have been considering doing that! I wasn't sure what a good brand of fans were so I just asked my friends and they said corsair, so there they are. Also, I really am happy with my 7700k. It runs my printers and my virtual machines just fine! Thanks for the comments.

Comment reply on Codywalker16's Completed Build: My parents think it was only $1,000

  • 34 months ago
  • 2 points

I am a PCMR Noob, lol. That's why I said I have only been in about a month. No I didn't google anything or review anything. I had people telling me what to buy and where to get it, and so that is what I did. My older Rig was my very first laptop that I got it 5th grade. Needless to say it couldn't game. It ran all the way up until February of this year (RIP). Lasted me 13 years almost. And I didn't even know Ryzen was a thing until about a week ago lol! I am happy with my little machine, but next time I definitely plan on doing Ryzen and AMD. Seeing as their parts are MUCH cheaper and run just about hand in hand. Thanks for the comment!

Comment reply on Codywalker16's Completed Build: My parents think it was only $1,000

  • 34 months ago
  • 2 points

Hi all, Yes, I run 3 different 3D printers with this machine. I am into drone racing and I actually run a small business selling components online. Also, I didn't want a TI. The 1080 does all I need it to do and more. I also run about 4 different virtual machines on this machine as well, Kali, Ubuntu, Windows 7, as well as a copy of Server 2012. I do this so I can test vulnerabilities on my own personal machine and not run the risk of breaking to much stuff.

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