The Egg wrote:I don't think a single bluescreen is going to make your computer "unrepairable". It might indicate some sort of hardware problem, but you're giving up mighty easily. I'll take the old "damaged" hardware off your hands.
As far as the Mini-ITX system, there's nothing about the size of the board that makes it inherently slower. Manufacturers often build small systems with low-end CPUs to reduce heat and power requirements. Whatever you used probably just had a weak CPU.
Gandolf wrote:Samsung magician says my SSD is still good so I am hoping the failure wasn't due to the drive going bad.
Gandolf wrote:The blue screen caused files to be lost and they could not be covered. It was not able to be repaired using windows 8 repair disk , it could not be restored, or refreshed. It was dead.
Glorious wrote:I'd cast a long look at that SSD, and I'd run memtest all night on the memory too (which I noticed you didn't sell...).
Gandolf wrote:Will I notice any drop in performance going to a mini-itx PC?
Gandolf wrote:Last time I used one I remember being upset with its power.
JustAnEngineer wrote:The Corsair Obsidian mini-ITX case is bigger than micro-ATX cases from other manufacturers.
How long is your particular Radeon HD7950 card? That will determine which mini-ITX cases meet your requirements.
Gandolf wrote:Back to the ssd issues. There seems to be a ton of errors in my administrative events. I just did a fresh install on my old setup yesterday just to have a computer to use for a week or two. But the mountain of erros building up make me think there is another issue with this system.
DPete27 wrote:Eeesh, you could have gotten the H60 for $55 after MIR from today until Feb. 13. Hopefully you didn't pay $80 for yours.
McGavin wrote:Legit Reviews managed to cram a H100 into the 250D.
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