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    Default My Gigabyte mobo came in a few days ago :D

    I've been busy over the last few days, what with working around my wifey's work schedule, this past week being a 4H fair week (non-participants, just went as normal), and other crazy stuff going on. So a few days ago, my new Gigabyte GA-A75-D3H arrived. The shipping box was a lil beaten up, and the mobo's box had a slight dent in it, but all physically appears to be good. Hopefully within this next week, I'll be able to check it out. If I've got a working one (and I hope I do, lol), then it's going to be used in the USMC PC I'm building for my dad. Anyway, here's the confirmation of delivery pic.


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    Default Re: My Gigabyte mobo came in a few days ago :D

    Congrats dude and It should be fine. I have packages arrive in worst condition then that and everything is fine!

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    Default Re: My Gigabyte mobo came in a few days ago :D

    Thanks, and yeah I'm not too worried about it. I just recently had an issue with an SSD that I won last year, opened it up earlier this month, and it was DOA fresh from the package (and I'm still waiting on the replacement to arrive), so I get a tad paranoid now, lol. This thing is so beautiful to look at too, I know he's gonna love it. I already have the RAM and A8-3870K for his build, plus another SSD, and am trying to win the rest from here and a bunch of other contests and giveaways, so that I can give him a great machine (his current one is a single-core Athlon 64 Compaq from ~7 years ago, and horribly slow) to replace the current one. Hopefully very soon my goal will be accomplished. Anyway, thanks again, and especially to POC and Gigabyte

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    Congrats. So what plans do you have for that board?

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    Default Re: My Gigabyte mobo came in a few days ago :D

    nice man congrats
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: My Gigabyte mobo came in a few days ago :D

    O wow you're DAD is going to snit wen he get's it.

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    Default Re: My Gigabyte mobo came in a few days ago :D

    Thanks folks. Anyway, the plans are basically as follows (just a components list for the build so far, fully changeable later on, but this is it for now):
    1. Gigabyte GA-A75-D3H motherboard (was a GA-A75-UD4H, but this D3H is still more powerful than what he's going to need it for, so it's still a good trade-off for him)
    2. 8GB (2x4G Patriot RAM (have already)
    3. AMD Llano APU A8-3870K (have it so far, may change out if I can find a nice deal on another lower-end quad-core APU)
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    5. unknown PSU thus far, hopefully a nice Corsair one.
    6. unknown storage HDD so far, looking for maybe a 500GB to 1TB, depending on what kind of deals I can find.
    7. Case = unknown yet, trying for a nice Corsair Obsidian 650D in another contest.
    8. Current cooler is an Enermax ETD-T60-VD (replacing current VD fan with a Prolimatech Blue Vortex 14 140mm non-LED (painted to match internal system theme), but am trying for a Corsair H100 in another contest (would pair it with push-pull of Prolimatech Red Vortex 12 120mm fans, non-LED, which would be painted to match the internal theme of the PC).

    This is all I've got planned so far, except sleeving, etc. Going to do a full-on customized PC for him, USMC theme, as he's a retired US Marine. He'd have bought a new PC by now himself, but he barely makes enough $ to keep his and my mom's heads above water financially. Crap economy sucks. I'm unemployed, or I'd just go buy a lot of these parts, but I've been winning stuff, and trying to sell some, in order to be able to build this PC for him. He's a great man, and I'm doing what I can within my ability to show him how much I appreciate him, the best way I know how to.

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    Default Re: My Gigabyte mobo came in a few days ago :D

    Congrats! Glad to see you received your board! Remember to do a build log, we want to see photos as your new build progresses !

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    Default Re: My Gigabyte mobo came in a few days ago :D

    Will do Thanks again Stan!

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    Default Re: My Gigabyte mobo came in a few days ago :D

    Can someone please direct me to the TOS section, so that I may read it? I'm STILL trying to find that info, lol, and want to ensure I don't do or say anything that violates it. Thanks

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    Default Re: My Gigabyte mobo came in a few days ago :D

    Quote Originally Posted by PM_DMNKLR View Post
    Thanks folks. Anyway, the plans are basically as follows (just a components list for the build so far, fully changeable later on, but this is it for now):
    1. Gigabyte GA-A75-D3H motherboard (was a GA-A75-UD4H, but this D3H is still more powerful than what he's going to need it for, so it's still a good trade-off for him)
    2. 8GB (2x4G Patriot RAM (have already)
    3. AMD Llano APU A8-3870K (have it so far, may change out if I can find a nice deal on another lower-end quad-core APU)
    4. 2x Patriot Pyro 60GB SSD's in RAID 0
    5. unknown PSU thus far, hopefully a nice Corsair one.
    6. unknown storage HDD so far, looking for maybe a 500GB to 1TB, depending on what kind of deals I can find.
    7. Case = unknown yet, trying for a nice Corsair Obsidian 650D in another contest.
    8. Current cooler is an Enermax ETD-T60-VD (replacing current VD fan with a Prolimatech Blue Vortex 14 140mm non-LED (painted to match internal system theme), but am trying for a Corsair H100 in another contest (would pair it with push-pull of Prolimatech Red Vortex 12 120mm fans, non-LED, which would be painted to match the internal theme of the PC).

    This is all I've got planned so far, except sleeving, etc. Going to do a full-on customized PC for him, USMC theme, as he's a retired US Marine. He'd have bought a new PC by now himself, but he barely makes enough $ to keep his and my mom's heads above water financially. Crap economy sucks. I'm unemployed, or I'd just go buy a lot of these parts, but I've been winning stuff, and trying to sell some, in order to be able to build this PC for him. He's a great man, and I'm doing what I can within my ability to show him how much I appreciate him, the best way I know how to.
    You do not need a mega PSU for the platform. In a matter of fact, AMD recommended to me pre-review to use a smaller PSU for it. I would not go over 650 watt. To big of a PSU hampers ovverclocking on it.

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    Default Re: My Gigabyte mobo came in a few days ago :D

    Well getting the PSU wattage set is determined by whether or not I can score a dedicated GPU to crossfire with the A8-3870K's 6550d GPU chip. If not, then I was looking at a 650 anyway (unless I already have a higher-W PSU ready to go for it). For his use, I may not even OC anyway, which is 1 reason I'm looking to possibly get him a lower-end chip, non-K version. His highest gaming res, when he will occasionally play any, will be 1280x720, and most likely hardly ever even trying to push that res (he's like me and prefers performance over uber-eye candy). He's also primarily an RTS gamer, so he won't be playing any FPS or racing games (games that are really fast paced or have a lot of FPS-style motion make him nauseous), so the 6550d chip may very well be perfect for him as-is. Things are only just now starting to really take shape, especially thanks to this new mobo

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    Default Re: My Gigabyte mobo came in a few days ago :D

    Quote Originally Posted by PM_DMNKLR View Post
    Well getting the PSU wattage set is determined by whether or not I can score a dedicated GPU to crossfire with the A8-3870K's 6550d GPU chip. If not, then I was looking at a 650 anyway (unless I already have a higher-W PSU ready to go for it). For his use, I may not even OC anyway, which is 1 reason I'm looking to possibly get him a lower-end chip, non-K version. His highest gaming res, when he will occasionally play any, will be 1280x720, and most likely hardly ever even trying to push that res (he's like me and prefers performance over uber-eye candy). He's also primarily an RTS gamer, so he won't be playing any FPS or racing games (games that are really fast paced or have a lot of FPS-style motion make him nauseous), so the 6550d chip may very well be perfect for him as-is. Things are only just now starting to really take shape, especially thanks to this new mobo
    With a crossfired card and the on die GPU, a 500 watt PSU is more than enough. I review all the processors and boards here BTW.

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    Default Re: My Gigabyte mobo came in a few days ago :D

    you can get a 6670 to crossfire with it. they are pretty cheap (about $90or so) and they dont draw that much power.
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    Default Re: My Gigabyte mobo came in a few days ago :D

    For the price of the K version, it is a no brainer. Stick with the K version.

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      • Cooling:
      • Assorted CM case fans, Zalman CNPS9700NT on the CPU.
      • Sound:
      • onboard
      • Monitor:
      • Proview 22" LCD
      • OS:
      • Win7 UE x64
      • Misc:
      • Tt eSports Challenger Ultimate keyboard Sharkk SK2471 gaming mouse Tt eSports Dasher mouse pad Tt eSports Shock One headset
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    Default Re: My Gigabyte mobo came in a few days ago :D

    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    With a crossfired card and the on die GPU, a 500 watt PSU is more than enough.
    Thanks for the advice, I was thinking that as well. I'm considering this one for him. I'll also be doing individual wire sleeving, to ensure they fit with the rest of the color scheme, etc.

    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    I review all the processors and boards here BTW.
    I noticed that, lol, and am glad that I've the main man for that part to help gimme such great advice Thanks.

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