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User Info: Chris3000

Chris3000
1 month ago#1
Pending cpu upgrade to i7-7700k soon. Specs in sig.
i5-7400 3.5ghz/16gb Crucial Ballistix DDR4 2400mhz/RTX 2070 XC Ultra/500gb Samsung 860 Evo SSD/500gb Seagate Barracuda HDD/1tb WD Blue HDD

User Info: l337Bossman

l337Bossman
1 month ago#2
Pretty good! I would recommend some more SSDs though! They’ve been on sale for 25% off on amazon for EVOs the last few days. Not sure if the sale is still going on. I have my OS on a 970 and all my games are on 870s.

It makes a big difference.

User Info: Chris3000

Chris3000
1 month ago#3
l337Bossman posted...
Pretty good! I would recommend some more SSDs though! They’ve been on sale for 25% off on amazon for EVOs the last few days. Not sure if the sale is still going on. I have my OS on a 970 and all my games are on 870s.

It makes a big difference.


Yeah honestly I'd like everything to be on SSD's but it's not in the budget right now. Definitely want to eventually though. As long as the OS is on an SSD I can deal with the increased loading times in games.
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User Info: HeliosMagi

HeliosMagi
1 month ago#4
Pretty great. I would swap the 2 HDDs for just one that's 2TB or greater.
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User Info: Chris3000

Chris3000
1 month ago#5
HeliosMagi posted...
Pretty great. I would swap the 2 HDDs for just one that's 2TB or greater.


Thanks. Ran the Time Spy benchmark and got 7620 as the main final score
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User Info: Renraku_San

Renraku_San
1 month ago#6
lol@seagate
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User Info: Chris3000

Chris3000
1 month ago#7
Renraku_San posted...
lol@seagate

its an old drive from 2009. Space is space.
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User Info: Dave_rawkzorz

Dave_rawkzorz
1 month ago#8
Chris3000 posted...
Renraku_San posted...
lol@seagate

its an old drive from 2009. Space is space.

That's still better than the slow HDDs they stuff into consoles nowadays. I agree with what they said above though, consolidating to a single large secondary drive will give you less hassle and reduce excess clutter in your case. Plus you never know when an older drive could suddenly kick the bucket.
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User Info: Fade2black001

Fade2black001
1 month ago#9
Dave_rawkzorz posted...
Chris3000 posted...
Renraku_San posted...
lol@seagate

its an old drive from 2009. Space is space.

That's still better than the slow HDDs they stuff into consoles nowadays. I agree with what they said above though, consolidating to a single large secondary drive will give you less hassle and reduce excess clutter in your case. Plus you never know when an older drive could suddenly kick the bucket.

I only buy Enterprise drives. They are SO much better than a normal HDD
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User Info: mucloud

mucloud
1 month ago#10
add a 3tb or more HDD get that SSD when they go on sale.
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