Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Introducing my latest partner

You Name It is a business that sell discount AMD CPUs. The great thing is that they sell some really old chips and rarities like the 3 core Athlons. They also sell more modern chips like the FX 8300 8350 and 6350. They offer worldwide free shipping and great prices(at least for me since I'm in Europe). I'm buying a CPU from them soon so if you have any doubts about their legitimacy just wait for mine to arrive as confirmation that they are in fact a trust worthy business.

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  1. How did your purchase turn out? What is their URL?

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    1. We are currently in negotiations due to some problems(I got a chip which can't even get into windows). I still don't want to drop them however the issue is that I got a chip with free premium shipping and a hefty discount so right now they really don't want to send me another almost free chip. I on the other hand am low on funds. it may also be a BIOS problem on my side so I'm not dismissing them yet however much is to be solved.

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  2. Thanks for the reply. I have read a lot of your post. I recently purchased a Sapphire R9 380 based upon your review of it, as well as an Asrock 970M Pro3 mobo. In your Asrock 970M Pro3 review, you mention that you would post up a simple way to keep it cool. Was that post the one were you were talking about putting a simple fan on it? Do you have any other recommendations on the 970M to keep it cool? Thanks

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    1. Yeah to keep the VRM of the 970M Pro3 you just attach a fan to the VRM. I was planning on how showing the least intrusive method of doing the attachment but I never actually game my self to test if it worked and so never posted anything. If you're creative it shouldn't be too hard to figure out.

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  3. Thanks for the reply. It shouldn't be any trouble at all. I was thinking you had something much more elaborate in mind.

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    1. Well I was experimenting with adding more heatsinks to the VRM but those wouldn't fit in post people's cases and I ran out of materials.

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  4. Considering that I have the R9 380 and the Asrock 970M PRO3, what is the cheapest CPU that you would recommend that wouldn't bottleneck the GPU?

    Considering you know the specs of both, and have reviewed both, I think your opinion would be a good one. Thanks in advance.

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    1. With the FX series they all have more or less the same IPC so it's just about getting one that hits high clocks on as little voltage as possible. The 8370s are by far the best bins but if you want to save money even something like an 8320 will be fine.

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  5. Thanks for the info. You said that the 8370s are by far the best bins... What are bins?

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