Hello everyone, I just uploaded my first Minecraft video to my channel and would love to get some feedback and try to get it out there a little! I'm 15 and hope for YouTube to be a full time job in the future and need some tips on how to produce overall better quality video's. Here's a link http://www.youtube.c...g?feature=watch
Also should i get a better graphics card and better recording software or wait and see how the channel does first?
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Jul 5, 2013Posted in: Hardware & Software SupportQuote from aceattwister
dump the 650 ti and get a 7770, dump your PSU and get a corsair, and don't quote me on this, but that board may not support all 6 cored on your cpu, although i'm not quite sure.
depends how old they are. If its ATI/whatevertheribboncableiscalled its a no go. if its Sata, go right ahead.
It is I'm running a 1st gen i5
Jul 5, 2013Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
I guess I could pull one from my pc which has 3 that are the same thing lol.Quote from Champ0807
Seems good for what he will be using it for. If you can loan him a dvd drive you can upgrade the hard drive to a 1TB drive.
As stated about by aceattwister you can't always rely on rebates so be prepared to not get what they promise.
Jul 5, 2013I wasn't going to do crossfire and I use a antec in my PC which has a i5 and it works great. He can go to $550 if he needs to. Would this be a good build for him?http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Zombiekillr5181/saved/1TYEPosted in: Hardware & Software Support
Jul 5, 2013My 10 year old brother has saved $500 for a new Gaming PC he plays Minecraft, SimCity (the new one), Dirt 3 that's the most intensive games. like I said his budget is $500 I was thinking something like this http://pcpartpicker....5181/saved/1TVQ I have a copy of window's 7 already he needs monitor and all so what do you guys think?Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
His current specs are (which is actually my moms PC)
Intel Pentium D 3.4Ghz
Nvidia 8600Gt (I overclocked it a little bit so he could get slightly better FPS)
4GB DDR2 ram (800mhz I think)
a dell motherboard(its a prebuilt gx620
250Gb 5400RPM hdd
Window's 7 32 bit
Jul 4, 2013Rumors say in years to com Intel will be switching to BGA which means the CPU's will be soldered to the motherboard. According to this website http://www.extremetech.com/computing/145565-intel-reportedly-prepping-soldered-desktop-chips-after-all that BGA will be a option but socketed CPU's will still remain from Intel. What do you guy's think will happen?Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
Jul 4, 2013Proof.Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
Jul 4, 2013Posted in: Hardware & Software SupportQuote from ComboPvP
nope. he's right. intel are stupid. there CPUs are all gonna by BGA by 2015-16
I still highly doubt that. They may offer this as a option and in prebuilds but I would say you will be able to buy your own parts
Jul 4, 2013Posted in: Hardware & Software SupportQuote from karlzhao314
Somehow, I doubt that would happen since there has always been an enthusiast market and I don't think Intel would want to lose it, no matter how small it is. The enthusiast market also houses some of the parts with the biggest profit per part sold, namely, the Intel Extreme Editions. If they were to give up on that market, then I think they would have to give up the Extreme Editions too, which would not be good for them. Even if they were to offer the option of buying a CPU and a motherboard together, I don't think enthusiasts would take that lightly.
A google search on that subject yielded quite a lot of articles...from 2012. If it were about to happen, shouldn't the number of articles concerning the topic be written more and more as the date approaches?
I agree Intel and AMD has too big of a market for gamers and if they permanently switched to this design it would most likely result in the PC gaming market getting really ticked off.
Also it could result in a new competitor in the CPU market and Intel or AMD don't want that of coarse that depends if AMD switched to the BGA design. If AMD continued to use separate motherboards and CPU's the gaming market would favor AMD.
Jul 3, 2013Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
Thanks but I still want to use the case I originally picked I just like the design.
And will it make it a little faster if I use the SSD for windows and if so by how much?
Jul 3, 2013Hello I need to know what's the best performance I can get for under $1000, I also want a upgradable machinePosted in: Hardware & Software Support
so a Intel CPU would probably be better.(use haswell if at all possible) Here's a few build's I put together.
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