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  • Birthday 24/04/1978

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  • Computer specification
    Intel (R) Core (TM) i7-6700K CPU @ 4.00GHz
    Gigabyte Z170-HD3P-CF
    Corsair 16GB DDR4
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER
    HD: Kingston 120GB SSD SATA2
    HD: Samsung 1TB 16MB SATA2
    DVDRW: LG GH22 SATA x 22 Black
    Case: ThermalTake V3 Black Edition
    Power Supply: 430W ThermalTake
    LCD: Dell 2209WA
    CPU Cooler: Arctic Cooling Freezer 13

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  1. @yoavke ordered the following specification: By the way, was not in stock the supplier you recommended - so offered the current one instead. Although it has already been ordered and paid for, everything can be changed if there is a small (or large) catastrophe here. Recent Comments? Thanks
  2. @dkaro Thanks for the comprehensive information about the future of stock at Intel @yoavke Thank you very much in the meantime I guess I will wait with the purchase for a few weeks to have stock at Intel
  3. Is it also connected to M.2 PCIe NVME? Because I did not see (and already bought the drive ...) https://www.asus.com/Motherboards-Components/Motherboards/PRIME/PRIME-Z590-P/ Edit: I missed ... I saw that there is a flow in the case - so what do you recommend? Just keep it simple (no LEDs / lights)
  4. @yoavke From there there was now a deal on the WD Blue SN550 1TB High-Performance M.2 PCIe NVME SSD drive, so I ordered it ... https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07YFFX5MD/ref=pe_27063361_485629781_TE_item and more It's important that I forgot - my brother works at Intel and is entitled to buy a processor (and / or motherboard) in the workplace at a fairly cheap price. Attaches some pictures of the prices there but VAT + shipping must be added which it is not clear what the cost is (sent from Intel USA) - so it is not clear what the final cost ... such a section. I saw that they only have one 11th generation model (i7 11700), and it is also specifically not in stock at the moment ... (we asked to be informed that the stock is back). + Is it worth one of the boards if there is one? You're the only one who answers and helps me here for now ... appreciate it! Thanks!
  5. On further thought I will wait for Black Friday to buy one of the following 1TB M.2 drives (p. Which will drop below $ 75): https://www.amazon.com/s?k=1tb+ssd+m.2&i=electronics&rh = n% 3A172282% 2Cp_72% 3A1248879011 & dc & crid = 272R7V4WXHJJY & qid = 1635171771 & sprefix = 1TB% 2Caps% 2C344 & ref = sr_ex_p_36_0 Then I will order the other components in TMS
  6. There is a situation that I will file with them and that is it ... and again thank you very much for everything.
  7. Yotam thank you, but I quite agree with Yoav and I will go on new memories. I would love for your reference regarding the questions I raised in my last comment.
  8. Regarding NVMe - I will buy some drive in Black Friday or in one of the upcoming promotions. Probably one of those: https://hwzone.co.il/main-computers/nvme-drives-famous-pricing-season-b / but why do you need a picture? NVMe is not a standard and standard size? Regarding the case (and the power supply): Case: ThermalTake V3 Black Edition Power Supply: 430W Does ThermalTake assume that I will also have to replace the power supply or that it can remain? If so - a recommendation? Thanks
  9. I did not understand what 212 is ... and 2 questions: 1. Does the board you recommend support compact MM drives in M.2 configuration? 2. Which water cooler is recommended that is simple and quiet? Thanks
  10. Thanks so much for the detailed response! Not in principle to me Intel or AMD., The main thing to get the best value for money in the same budget. At your disposal I would love if you could recommend components specific to Intel-based trinity versus AMD-based trinity (including cooling in both). No problem exceeding 2200. The second part of the response (Frankenstein processors - I learned something), is less relevant to me. I'm looking for a simple and standard solution as the last user, without various OC or Bios hacked deals (even though I was there once ...). And thanks again!
  11. Nothing special except that the kids are playing Call of Duty warzone or Battlefield V (and soon the new one coming out ...). As mentioned, by and large it drags fine but there are some slowness / lag occasionally that I would be happy to "slip" them on (because of performance, not because of network slowness). By the way, the screen is a DELL P2419H with a natural resolution of 1920x1080. Thanks
  12. Hi everyone, I have the following specification which is a few years old (has undergone occasional upgrades + the last one was a video card bought about a year ago, and still works great): Intel (R) Core (TM) i7-6700K CPU @ 4.00GHz Gigabyte Z170-HD3P -CF Corsair 16GB DDR4 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER HD: Kingston 120GB SSD SATA2 HD: Samsung 2TB 16MB SATA2 I want to upgrade it without buying a brand new computer, ie leave the sample screen (in addition, video card prices are exorbitant during this period I'm not looking to assemble a high end computer, but more in the direction of replacing the trinity (processor, motherboard and memory) for more modern hardware (and performance accordingly). Budget around 2000 NIS, flexible (also needs quiet cooling for the processor). I would be happy to help because I have no idea of ​​the severity of today (once I was a little on top of things ...) Thanks in advance
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