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    Question First Custom Loop. Need help with components.

    Hello! I just registered here in order to find some help regarding my project. In a few days I will start to build a custom water cooling loop for the new PC of my brother. He has a budget of 4-5k USD, so I'm kinda free which components I am getting. So far I selected all components besides...
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    Question Picking a CPU for what I need

    Hello! I am someone who is looking for a new cpu because the one I have right now isn't cutting it. My current specs are GTX 1050 ti, ryzen 3 1300x @ 3.9 ghz, and a msi pro-vdh motherboard. I like to stream on twitch but I keep sustaining some lag. I would like to know if it would be a notable...
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    i5-8600K 4.9/5.0GHz Good Quiet Cooler

    Looking to get an 8600K and overclocking it to 4.9/5.0GHz for best single-thread performance (Which is what I need), what cooler do you recommend keeping it at 60-70C? Motherboard: Gigabyte - Z370P D3 ATX
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    Windows 10 startup issues: ntoskrnl.exe

    General info: Win10, presumably version 1607 ( updated a few days ago) Hi guys,  Im having problems booting up my pc. It displays the image seen in this imgur album:  https://imgur.com/a/T2GeU It tells me about ntoskrnl.exe and error code 0xc0000098. As mentioned in the imgur album, I...
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    SSD samsung for sony vaio SVT14

    Hi , I have a sony t14 touch screen which has a 128GB SSD on board. I found an empty hard drive bay for me to install an additional hard drive. So i bought SSD samsung 850 Pro. The problem I have is that I cannot start install Win 8 on it. I only can see the VAIO logo, I see the key’s LED...
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    Overclocking i5 2500k after I upgrade

    Hi guys, At the end of the month I'm planning on getting a GTX 770 as an upgrade from my current GTX 460. My question is would I be able to overclock my i5 2500k from 3.3GHz to something like 4GHz when I install this card without over taxing my power supply? I currently have a 650w psu...