ProshotJake
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Last seen 3 days ago.

— Cheap and uses no external power. I paired it with an older Ivy Bridge CPU and made a nice little budget 1080p monster. Though, if raw power per dollar is more important than efficiency I'd look elsewhere.

24 days ago.

— It's a fine ssd, better than a Hard Drive. Longevity is a question, but the ones I've used have yet to have any problems. It does supposedly have a DRAM Cache as well.

24 days ago.

— Ripped it outta an old pre-built for free, runs great for what it is!

25 days ago.

— It's a HDD, and a cheap one at that. Many people have complained about this drive. I've never had any issues personally, but be warned.

28 days ago.

— Good entry point into PC gaming! run off the igpu for awhile then buy a rx 580 or something similar. For what it is, excellent!

28 days ago.

— So good for the value, not high end performance but it does well at 1080p 60fps medium or even high on some less demanding titles

28 days ago.

— Well, it's a hard-drive. It stores things acceptably albeit not quickly

28 days ago.

— Does what it says on the tin. Have not tested it for very long but for now it's doing as expected.

28 days ago.

— I was able to buy this cpu at a heavy discount off a friend who upgraded, this chip surprised me with how well it preformed!

28 days ago.
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