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Ophan

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About Ophan

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    Lunar Novice
  • Birthday 04/17/1990

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    Iowa
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    United States
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    Vista Home Premium x64
  1. Oh ho. I see. Interesting. Hmm, I'm going to go do a bit of research on it now on the gigabyte website. xD
  2. Pictures lol. You can basically look at a picture of the case on new egg and viola. The guts aren't very pretty. Everything is a shade of blue inside. Matches pretty well actually. No lights or Razzle Dazzle. At the start up the mother board turns on 6 or 7 small LEDs on the upper left corner of the board. Probably signifying POST I'd imagine. Though I suppose I can throw ya'll a picture of the desktop
  3. Great, actually. The CPU was running a little hot so I cleaned off the intel goop and added some Arctic silver 5 to the mix and it's 20º cooler. Must have been some air pockets with the intel goop or something. Not too sure.
  4. As sure as it can be, like James already pointed out, that PSU has plenty of power unless you go with double or triple video cards . Just be careful with the voltages you put on the components, don't go much higher than 1.4v on the CPU. Gigabyte recovers nicely from bad BIOS setting so not much can go wrong, just take it step by step. Now! Tweak that baby .* * Always on your own risk, we at Lunarsoft don't want to be hold responsible. I wasn't going to play with the voltages, out of my league for now. xD So, yeah. Plenty of power? From the experts? Awesome ;)
  5. I figured it was, but I just wanted to make sure. No need for a catastrophic failure eh?
  6. I was talking to one of the tech guys I know about overclocking my GPU and Processor and he told me to hold off on Overclocking the Processor and the GPU till I got a better PSU, any thoughts on that PMX?
  7. I overclocked the CPU to 3.0Ghz, Gigabytes bios made it easy peasy xD Could probably push it up higher, it's still running cool and stable. It's a pretty good CPU. Not to mention the with the stock cooler. =D
  8. Just got to dig into it just now. As of 12:09 AM Central time I'm loading Vista on to it and going to run some benchmarks after that It was getting kind of late, so I decided to call it a night after getting the Gigabyte CD drivers done. =3 Today we're running smoothly the cpu temp on max load held stable at 52ºC for around 5 minutes before I got antsy and had to tinker with more stuff xD
  9. Yeah, It's all going to get ordered today =D Got Vista Home Premium 64x shipping with the build. I don't really need all the fancy features of Ultimate or I'd definitely hit up that route.
  10. I just got a 19" Widescreen 720p screen. So, DVI is what I'll be using, and the card you selected fit so I didn't have any real complaints about it. I'm not a "Hard Core" gamer, but I would like to play World of Warcraft at more than 15 to 20 FPS with all the settings on the lowest. I'd also like to dip into Fallout 3 and sort of expand my horizons. I'd also use it for little side projects like Video editing, but nothing too intensive. I don't have or don't speculate using anything other than Window's Movie Maker for that, and that runs just peachy on the machine I have now. Which would be thi
  11. Tarun sold it for me, I'm going with what you suggested Punto. I really just wanted something I could at least upgrade. The computer I'm sitting on now is one of the Gateway E-2600s for businesses. Micro BTX board =\ And one of them Mini-Desktop cases that you can't fit most anything in these days. What it really needs is a GPU... but nothing would fit. I never tried looking for myself though, I asked around a bit and each one of them said it was hopeless and anything I could get wouldn't be worth the money.
  12. Yeah, all valid points. Lol, I'm still new. Thank you very much for the suggestions. I'll review and take a more indepth look. Perhaps even go with the build Punto pointed out. It looks pretty solid, and backed by your experiences. Again, thank you.
  13. Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2 Scan saved at 7:35:34 PM, on 3/3/2009 Platform: Windows XP SP3 (WinNT 5.01.2600) MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.6000.16791) Boot mode: Normal Running processes: D:\WINDOWS.0\System32\smss.exe D:\WINDOWS.0\system32\winlogon.exe D:\WINDOWS.0\system32\services.exe D:\WINDOWS.0\system32\lsass.exe D:\WINDOWS.0\system32\Ati2evxx.exe D:\WINDOWS.0\system32\svchost.exe D:\WINDOWS.0\System32\svchost.exe D:\Program Files\Alwil Software\Avast4\aswUpdSv.exe D:\Program Files\Alwil Software\Avast4\ashServ.exe D:\WINDOWS.0\system32\Ati2evxx.exe D
  14. Anti-Viral Software: Avast Antivirus General Utilities: TuneUP utilities 2k9, 7zip, Winrar, Driver Genius Pro Edition Media playback: GOM player, VLC player, Windows Media Player 11, WMP Classic home cinema Graphics: Paint.net, Arcsoft Photo Suit, Adobe Photoshop CS3 Instant Messenger: YIM, MSN, mIRC Office: Microsoft Office 2007 Enterprise File Sharing: Limewire 5, uTorrent Browser: Firefox 3 Firewall: Built in Windows SP 2 Firewall
  15. So, I've gotten the go ahead from my financial department, that being mi madri lol, that we've the funds for a new computer. She wanted to go out and buy one from Best Buy, but I convinced her I could get a lot more bang for the buck by building one myself. I've taken an A+ course and passed with fly colors so I know my way around a computer fairly decently. I had a string of bad luck when we were selecting our parts for the build during the course, coming down with the flue for a few days and I missed everything wouldn't ya'know? But anyway, back on subject. I wanted to make sure everything
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