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Cecille017 Jun 11, 2014 3:51 PM
Happy birthday!
RedArmyShogun Apr 15, 2014 5:27 PM

Never heard of either.
RedArmyShogun Apr 15, 2014 2:55 PM
Ah, but how do you know that its not that I'm just a madman in a mad world? Thats the only way to make sense of the chaos.
link9us Apr 9, 2014 1:50 PM
Yeah thats kind of what i was thinking to. Alright well thanks, you been more then helpful in regards to this whole thing.

Another thing i wanted to ask you, is you mentioned a "raid setup" i don't believe i never have done that before, how exactly does that work. I do want to protect all of my data and i can't tell you how many times external HDD's have failed on me. If i had more a cost efficient and more secure way of backing up my loads and loads of data, then that would be cool. I do know they have back up centers for this but they are ridiculously expensive and they normally only back up small files, not large media files.
link9us Apr 9, 2014 1:15 PM
Yeah your correct, the price is really not the same. I don't see why i should get a 1155 mobo then because with that price, i can pretty much find a more quality more up to date 1150 mobo and the CPU doesn't seem to be higher in price.

Here is the hasswell:

Here is the ivybridge:

In fact the haswell is cheaper? Imagine that lol

The board that i am pretty dead set on is this one

I mean why downgrade when you can get higher end CPU and better mobo. I was trying to look of a way to just buy a mobo and hopeful that my current CPU would work still, but it looks like no matter what option i choose, i am going to have to purchase a new CPU so the way im looking at it, the price is going to be the relatively the same and with the heat reduction with the haswell = better performance for CPU intensive tasks.

You did mention that ivybridge has higher performance? How do you figure that exactly? Sorry for all the questions.

I am not really looking to upgrade later, i think a 1150 CPU/mobo will hold me for quite some time. I might at some point upgrade graphics card in the future, but that doesn't really matter, any mobo will fit a graphics card as long as its the right size.
link9us Apr 9, 2014 11:03 AM
My GPU is a "Nvideo Geforce GTX 460". No i do not plan on upgrading my graphics card, as long as its compatible, im ok. I think its sufficient enough for all the tasks i have to do. At some point in time, i might consider an upgrade in the future but i don't think it needs it right now.

This is the RAM i got.

I have 4 of these sticks which apparently, i can't even get the full ram usage out of them with my current board.

Hopefully that ram fits into the 1150 boards.

This is the CPU i have, exact one, i just looked it up on orders on newegg.

I use my computer for pretty heavy intensive tasks like video editing, video encoding, photoshop, high end gaming, emulation, and video capturing. Generally if a 1155 was antiquate enough to be able to handle most of the tasks i want to preform then i might just go with that instead of the 1150. If the difference is not that big.

Yeah 32 might be a bit overkill, alot of people state you only need like 8 GB to run most anything. But i prefer more ram cause of all the multitasking i do.

Either way i am going to make my decision after you reply. Maybe you can give me some idea's.

Btw if you manage to find one at bestbuy that would be awesome. I can literally get one for free their cause of all the points i have saved up. Instead of using my money. Its kind of difficult to find the correct board though beacuse they don't really give you many specifics, so i have to kind of cross reference it with newegg to see if its the board i am looking for.
link9us Apr 9, 2014 10:17 AM
ohh, i see, wow. Well shit. I guess the only option is to purchase another CPU/mobo then. I know idea my computer was that outdated, maybe why i have so many issues. I do know that USB 3.0 was not supported at the time of purchasing that motherboard which i did not know and i have had nothing but issues with USB devices and controllers not being recognized correctly.

Hmm, well it might be more beneficial then to get a LGA 1150 huh? I just want to make sure i am making the right decision here. The pricing though for a 1150, is around 400 dollars at least. Its bout 300 dollars if i were to go with a 1155. Cause the 4th gen CPU's are about 100 dollars more. Is the difference between the two like substantial? I mean right now i clearly have a 3rd gen. I just didn't know the 3rd gens were obsolete damn near. I mean it wasn't long ago when the ivy league were the best CPU's around.

link9us Apr 9, 2014 3:05 AM
To answer your question about the socket types. A 1156 in tell motherboard is not that common apparently, the only one i could find was this one on newegg.

My CPU says it sockets a 1156. But if my CPU was able to use a mobo with a socket of 1155, then i would have alot more compatibility options because their is many more 1155 motherboards then there is 1156. If my CPU some how managed to fit a 1155, then i would definitely consider just purchasing a 1155 socket type and just use my current CPU, it would say me a ton of money.

Cecille017 Dec 24, 2013 3:44 PM
Merry Christmas!~ Have fun and stay safe :3
Sasuke Dec 21, 2013 3:44 PM
I'm going to make them sound incredibly average: an image host and a learning platform (essentially an organization). There are a few others but I don't think I could explain without a bit of detail that hints at what sets them apart from the rest i.e. what brings in the money.

Not that I believe you'd steal our products just that this is public. I'll go into detail once they're done.

Have you considered making anything like that? Web services for sale.
Sasuke Dec 11, 2013 10:51 AM
Yes. Free time is a bitch; I've got too much on my plate. Though that includes research and I love learning so I suppose that's sort of free time but I limit that to what I need.

I don't have a stable income right now which is exactly why I limit my free time. I do freelancing and I'm currently trying to build a few products with a close friend.
Sasuke Dec 8, 2013 5:04 AM
Split view should look the same in sublime:

That actually sounds really cool. I'm currently researching a handful of things so I might be interested in diving into something like that in a few years. I lack experience in that area. Actually, it's been a while since I've developed anything that wasn't a web app or small scale system apps; how depressing.

I had noticed your about so I understood why you mentioned it. Reverse engineering is also something I'm interested in. Although, again I haven't touched it in years. Part of that is because I've had little free time and the other part might be because I've moved away from Windows. Obviously it isn't exclusive to Windows but I was further tempted to try it while on Windows.

Sorry about the late reply. I haven't had much energy as of late. Rambling is great.
snaphat Dec 5, 2013 3:43 PM
Guys, I just found out NPP has a document map like Sublime.
Sasuke Dec 5, 2013 10:17 AM
Oh, it was pointed out to me that I misunderstood what you were trying to say when talking about split viewing a file. You can split view tabs in the same window. To get a second tab of the same file you have to open the file using File > New View into File in the menu.