Yea that's what I was thinking, but it's a $700 printer and our options with what's compatible is limited and I think they're all expensive. We'll see how problematic it is from here. Not that we can't afford spending the money, but I try to be somewhat conscious on how much we spending.Sounds like time to start a little fund for a non problem child printer! That's gotta be aggravating.
I like your cat.I love my NVMe - boots are so quick.
Photo editing was one of the main reasons I built this PC, so accurate color reproduction was paramount. I did some research on calibrating the screen and it's as accurate as I can tell, so I'm happy. Not too warm, not too blue, not too saturated, etc. Very neutral.
I came from playing a Switch that only does 30fps, so even a 60Hz display was an upgrade lol
With that big heatsink & fan setup, are you overclocking the CPU?I think that my 2TB HDD is starting to take a dump. HDDs are slow, but it shouldn't take a 7200rpm HDD over 40 minutes to transfer 4.5GB while constantly hitting 0kB/s transfer speeds. Not only that, but there are files missing from one folder that I know were there. Windows has also started trying to repair this drive on startup.
I ordered a 2TB Adata SU800 SSD, so I'll resolve it this weekend.
Bonus updated photo of rig with big motherfucker cooler (Cryorig H5 Ultimate).
And bonus bonus cat tax.
Thanks, I like her too! Except when she treats the mouse cursor as a toy.I like your cat.
Not regularly, it was more of a longevity choice. CPU idle temps are in the 28-30C range, browsing the internet hangs out around 35C, and I haven't seen it get above 60C in gaming yet. With the stock cooler, I would see 75-80C in gaming. Also this CPU cooler is much quieter than the stock cooler.With that big heatsink & fan setup, are you overclocking the CPU?
Definitely don't rely on integrated graphics for photo editing. You'll also want as much RAM as you can afford. Really good price for that WD HDD.