|Today 08:31 PM|
I can't see the pic, though I just started using the Dell 7559.
Speaking of I got the Dell 7559 with the i5 today at fry's. It was the last one they had and an open box but never turned on just to show a customer they said, which it seems like. Also talked them down some as well. I was out the door cheaper than I could have gotten it on the internet. I would have gotten the i7 but it literally sold out the night before.
First impressions Windows 10 is horrible, plus I had driver issues, but I knew those were coming. Did a bios update, it had 1.0.1 lol now on 1.5. something. Also had to update the wireless card due to it dropping and or not working at all. Yet another known issue but should be fixed now that I updated it. The hard drive is painfully slow, make my m4400 seem like a beast compared to this one. Now working on getting stuff up to my liking. Going to look around for some SSD's, right working off a 1tb 5400 rpm patience maker.. lol
|Today 01:42 PM|
Just got and installed my CoolerMaster Hyper 212. This thing is massive! It just fits in there, the tips of the heat pipes are touching the foam on the door. Now I need to OC.
|Today 03:11 AM|
|sleepyboy||Yeah, probably going to go with the i5 since I can get that locally for the best deal. I was going to get the i7 but I swear it sold as I was looking at it. I want to go in and haggle for a lower price if I can. Fry's had the i7 for 999.99 but Newegg has it for 879.00. I know newegg would match but the i5 is 799.99 heck of a steal, plus it's in stock still, and if i can get a little more off that even better. Plus comparing specs the i5 is more than capable of handling whatever is thrown at it and is only down a few mhz compared to the i7 all other specs are identical besides the lack of hyper-threading which isn't that much of a downfall from what I been reading. The way I look at it, I can always upgrade the processor to a even newer model as they roll out. I threw a T9900 3.0ghz in my Dell M4400. It wasn't even out when this laptop was made but fits cause the same family architecture. Gives me room to upgrade, not much but still upgrade later on down the road for fun. Isn't the best part about doing this stuff is the disassembly then reassembly and it works, always sucks when it doesn't lol|
|Today 12:39 AM|
I'd go with the Rosewill and upgrade the 2.0 usb to the 3.0 usb .
As far as the I5 vs I7 , not really a big difference and depending on what your using it for . I have a Toshiba Satellite with a I3 that almost does everything the I5 can do .
|Yesterday 09:39 PM|
I was looking at these cases right here.
XION Gaming Series XON-350_BK Black with Blue LED Light Steel /Plastic, Meshed Front Panel design ATX Mid Tower Computer Case - Newegg.com
Rosewill REDBONE - Black SECC Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case - Newegg.com
|Yesterday 09:37 PM|
Am I not seeing much difference in these processors?
Intel Core i5 6300HQ Notebook Processor - NotebookCheck.net Tech
Intel Core i7 6700HQ Notebook Processor - NotebookCheck.net Tech
|Yesterday 07:34 PM|
|Yesterday 07:29 PM|
|FocusedSlayer||I also have a large aluminum tower from cooler master thats so big you can almost live in it. Perfect for anything you want to put in it but it cost me around 150 for it.|
|Yesterday 07:23 PM|
|BluePanda||Their silence series is pretty good - I have one from the first run on it; perfect for a home theater. SILENCE :)|
|Yesterday 07:20 PM|
|CFHGARZA||I recently upgraded to a Cooler Master Silencio 352. It's a smaller case but I has room for liquid cooling. Wire management is the greatest but it's a nice simple looking case, I'm not a fan of those big flashy things with tons of LEDs. I only paid $70 for it. http://www.amazon.com/Cooler-Master-...r+silencio+352|
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