Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: essenbe custom build # 'I lost count'. Always under construction. OS: Windows 10 Enterprise and Pro/Windows 7 Enterprise/Linux Mint CPU: i7-5930K Motherboard: Asus X99 Deluxe Memory: 16GB G Skill DDR4-2800 Graphics Card: EVGA GTX 980 Classified Sound Card: On Board Monitor(s) Displays: Asus 27" X 3 Screen Resolution: 1920 X 1080
Keyboard: Logitech G510s Mouse: Logitech G502 Proteus PSU: Seasonic X series 1050W Case: Aerocool Strike X Cooling: Corsair H105/ Noctua Industrial PPC 3000 RPM Fans Hard Drives: 4X Samsung 850 500 GB, 2X Samsung 840 Pro 256 GB, 3X 2TB External Drives. Internet Speed: Carrier Pigeon Speed Browser: ie11/Chrome/firefox/Opera/edge Antivirus: ESET and Mbam Pro Other Info: Asus Z77 Maximus V Extreme-i7-3770K-16 GB DDR3-2400-EVGA GTX 780 CASSIFIED- 2X Samsung 256 Gb 840 Pro- Samsung 850 Pro 128GB-2 X 2TB Seagate Drives-Custom Water Cooling- 2X360MM RADS- PHANTEKS ENTHOO PRIMO.
HTPC - Asus Sabertooth-Corsair HX750-EVGA GTX 670 SC- 17-3770K- 2 X Samsung 840 EVO, 2 X 2TB Seagate, Corsair 600T.
Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: paulpicks special edition OS: Windows 10 Pro CPU: i5 6400 Motherboard: Biostar Gaming Z170T Memory: 16GB G.Skill Trident X Graphics Card: GTX 960 Sound Card: Onboard Monitor(s) Displays: BenQ EW2750 Screen Resolution: 1920x1080
Keyboard: CM Storm Quickfire Pro Mouse: CM Storm Inferno PSU: EVGA 600W Case: NZXT Switch 810 (White) Cooling: Corsair H110i GT Hard Drives: Samsung Evo 250GB, OCZ Vertex 4 128GB, Sandisk 128gb. Internet Speed: 74 down 17 up Browser: Chrome
Show Us Your Temps I thought since a lot of us on this forum are general PC (Windows) enthusiasts, that it would be fun to compare temperatures.
The specific temperature I am interested in is the CPU temp.
Please provide a screenshot showing your temps.
PC Custom Builds and Overclocking
TechSpot SSD Show Down Was reading some info on SSDs over on TechSpot, and thought I would shear. Hope you find this info hopeful when deciding on an SSD for the first time or even if just upgrading from an old one.
At the top of the food chain are Samsung's SM951 and...
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