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New PC Build... Any help is appreciated.

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ImTheTypeOfGuy

In that case go for 32GB...... j/k :)

 

Now that is my style.

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G. WadeTech

I know there are a couple different stress test applications out there to run after I get my new PC setup but what do you guys recommend? Also, I am creating a checklist of pre-tasks, tasks and post-tasks... does anyone have a good checklist or a reference to one that is out on the net?

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I know there are a couple different stress test applications out there to run after I get my new PC setup but what do you guys recommend? Also, I am creating a checklist of pre-tasks, tasks and post-tasks... does anyone have a good checklist or a reference to one that is out on the net?

 

I use "Aida64" as it is a kitchen sink approach and has a wealth of information. http://www.aida64.com/

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I know there are a couple different stress test applications out there to run after I get my new PC setup but what do you guys recommend? Also, I am creating a checklist of pre-tasks, tasks and post-tasks... does anyone have a good checklist or a reference to one that is out on the net?

 

I am my own stress test. Nothing better than that.

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G. WadeTech

Originally I was going to have my new pc site in a open front cabinet but I think I am going to have an issue with cable lengths and overall space. So, now I am thinking the new PC will be sitting on the wood floor. The case has a bottom filter for the PSU but what do you think of having the PSU flipped upside down so the PSU fan is sucking air from inside the case? I am not sure that would be a good idea but wonder what others think?

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Originally I was going to have my new pc site in a open front cabinet but I think I am going to have an issue with cable lengths and overall space. So, now I am thinking the new PC will be sitting on the wood floor. The case has a bottom filter for the PSU but what do you think of having the PSU flipped upside down so the PSU fan is sucking air from inside the case? I am not sure that would be a good idea but wonder what others think?

 

I think you're right to be concerned about having it on the floor. Certainly wood is better than carpet but still... Only you know how dusty it gets in that area so it's your call. I would say that any amount you are able to raised it above the floor will be beneficial.

 

As far as flipping the PSU, why not try it and monitor the temps. Also, feel the air coming out of the PSU. If it's not too hot you should be good.

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I got the new PC built during the CES Keynote and no issues thus far... I am enjoying the upgrade and additional screen. I will post some pics of the new build and setup.

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cool. Pics or it didn't happen ;)

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I got the new PC built during the CES Keynote and no issues thus far... I am enjoying the upgrade and additional screen. I will post some pics of the new build and setup.

 

Congrats. I like the crowd sourcing approach unfortunately I get a bit impatient. Good luck with your new build.

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Congrats. I like the crowd sourcing approach unfortunately I get a bit impatient. Good luck with your new build.

 

I don't know how you get done all the stuff you do.

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