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Stancide

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About Stancide

  • Rank
    Enthusiast
  • Birthday 05/07/1993

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location:
    California

Gaming Info

  • IGN
    Stancide
  • Steam
    Arpium
  • Battlelog ID
    Stancide
  • PlanetSide 2
    Stancide
  • War Thunder
    Arpium

System Specs

  • OS
    Windows 7
  • Mobo
    ASROCK Extreme 4
  • Processor
    Intell 3570k
  • Graphics
    Gigabyte 660gtx SLI
  • PSU
    Nvidia 750watt
  • RAM
    8G ddr3 Corsair Vengeance
  • Storage
    Digital Western Caviar Blue 1TB, Asus SSD 232GB
  • Audio
    Logitech 5.1 Surround, Logitech Headset/Mic
  • Monitor
    LG 42'' HDTV 1080p 1920x1080
  • Case
    Corsair 400tr
  • Peripherals
    Naga Razer Mouse 2014 edition, Logitech g15 Keyboard 2009 edition
  • Speed Test
    DL speed 57mbps, UL 12mbps
  1. Stancide is back, yes, don't worry.

    thank you thank you!
  2. After the outfit fallout on PS2 I took a long break, checking in every so often. If you guys don't remember me I was a top-notch squad leader who led the platoon/outfit on cycles back in late 2012/early 2013 on TS. We've had epic moments from hordes of sunderers piled in craters on Esamir, swarms of reavers on Indar, and many many galaxy's on Amerish. I believe they are in the video archives on youtube or on our webiste with Protossmaster and other concurrent leaders.   I currently play a lot of Dota 2, sorry you LoL people, move on ;). I also have "heroes" on Guild Wars 2, Team Fortress 2,  and Rift.   Give me a holler if you want to play, add me on steam (Arpium). I have a mic so prepare to be criticized! err I mean laid judgement upon!  :D   I'm not a hardcore gamer, but I am damn good at gaming and I enjoy it on my spare time.   I have a fairly good rig for a PC freshly built back in November, 2013.               Little bit of life details: I am a computer science and administrative business major. Currently in college.
  3. Stancide and his wild side (~_^")

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=ct2AWh-nKSk   sniper business
  4. Stancide and his wild side (~_^")

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=B4Uf9rsBbhc   whitest kids you know- abe lincoln
  5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=3R8HGsbI4QY#t=66s
  6. Need advice for hardware upgrades

    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/sOIs Prices are going down for the holidays.
  7. Need advice for hardware upgrades

    $750 is the max. I'm not going for extreme over clocking, just every thing slightly turned up. I might not end up over clocking at all, depending on how well this build holds up for future gaming. My CPU and GPU are already way ahead of the game for at least a year and a half to come. Lets see what everyone can come up with for $750 or less making the best possible gaming rig not including these parts: keyboard, mouse, storage and optical. Get the most out of every hardware to the dollar and the most future proof.
  8. Need advice for hardware upgrades

    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/sEsH This is it.
  9. Need advice for hardware upgrades

    Okay, here we are, I believe this is the final build examination http://pcpartpicker.com/p/syl9 [quote name='s0ck37' timestamp='1355545732' post='59851'] [url="http://pcpartpicker.com/p/sydY"]http://pcpartpicker.com/p/sydY[/url] I dislike ATI/AMD cards after my last venture. [/quote] See my brother told me the same exact thing! I'm sweatin on the GPU now, but I'm sucked into the benchmark score it has compared to Nvidia's more expensive less performance GPU's....my heads going to explode.
  10. Need advice for hardware upgrades

    I want the Z77 chipset incase I decide to overclock I just have the room if necessary. I think the PSU will be fine while I just let every thing sit stock. My plan is to keep this build until I have to overclock to keep it up and all I'll have to replace in the long run is just my PSU which will be way cheaper than buying a new GPU or CPU to keep up.
  11. Need advice for hardware upgrades

    Yeah thanks, it will be my second build, so I'm learning from my first mistakes along with having to learn about the newer GPUs PSUs CPUs and Mobos. I'm not a hardware/software computer wiz, I learned most every thing through personal experience and educating myself. I want to learn how to overclock properly using the right cooling method and bios configurations. I just don't want to blow things out of proportion the first time around. Going with the safer route is what I've learned because learning the unknown costs a lot more money if the experiment goes wrong. With this build it'll be my first time venturing into the Radeon GPUs, people who give me advice usually tend to lean on Nvidia saying its far more reliable. I chose the HD 7870 because of the price and benchmark compared to GPUs in the same price range. Gigabyte and Asus tend to be the leading brand for motherboards, but I'm looking for a cheap mobo with comparable performance, one brand that pops up every where is the ASRock motherboards but I just don't know yet...its really hard to piece every thing together considering I'm trying to make the best build possible to run any game at max graphics settings on an LCD 42'' 1080p Basically I just don't want to pay extra for what I don't need, but I don't want to hit myself in the face for not enough room to make a few adjustments if I need to.
  12. Need advice for hardware upgrades

    I'm going with the Sapphire Radeon HD 7870 Ghz Edition. But I'm still confused on the PSU. Here's what I think will be fine: [url="http://pcpartpicker.com/p/swHX"]http://pcpartpicker.com/p/swHX[/url] I need a real firm opinion on which PSU would be just fine with no problems that can run the build just fine that isn't over $70-$80 The Seasonic PSU is highly rated on every review I'm having trouble finding a nice motherboard that will meet these requirements and costs less than the current Asus on the list: I will be using one GPU pcie 3.0 x16 I will be using 8g ram I will be getting the i5 3570k or i5 2400 Needs to be usb 3.0 compatible front end and with my case.
  13. Need advice for hardware upgrades

    [quote name='Konvict1982' timestamp='1355502278' post='59762'] I just realized you went with the i3 rather than i5. The i3 and q9400 are very close in overall performance with the q9400 having a slight edge in basic computing and everyday processing and the i3 having a slight edge in gaming. The overall performance upgrade would be an i5 showing a performance gain all over the board and a much better gaming gain than the i3. That is what I get speed reading lol. Both the i3 and the i5 will give you a gain in gaming but yeah the i5 is the best bang for the buck. Sure getting the i3 will save you some money now but you will be wanting to upgrade it again to an i5 by this time next year. If you can manage it I would recommend the i5. [/quote] What really confused me is how my 4-5 years old Core 2 duo Q9400 2.66ghz costs just as much as the newer i5.
  14. Need advice for hardware upgrades

    I've never had a modular on my psu, is it any more handy or just personal preference?
  15. Need advice for hardware upgrades

    I decided to go with this build instead after debating on the i5 2400 vs i3 3220 price and performance wise. They both out perform my Core 2 Quad Q9400. I didn't see the point in buying the i5 costing $100 more than the i3, which allowed room for other improvements. Can I get any more bang for the buck than this build...I mean seriously check this out: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/sr9o
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