eric93se wrote:faster memory FTW!
eric93se wrote:do you really need wireless?
eric93se wrote:Honestly, if you don't need to be mobile with your keyboard/mouse, then its a waste of $$, and you've got to put AA batteries in them every month or two.
JustAnEngineer wrote:I have the Logitech MX3000 on my living room PC. I use rechargeable NiMH batteries in the mouse and keyboard. The keyboard needs fresh batteries once or twice a year. The mouse needs fresh batteries about every two months.
Skrying wrote:$65 isn't bad. Spending the proper amount of money and research to select key components to your system is important. People often overshadow items like mice and keyboards because they're not flashy and can't be represented on a benchmark graph but let us be honest. A good mouse has just as much to do with your computing experience as a expensive graphics card.
eric93se wrote:Well before loading windows its best to run memtest86+ for a couple passes, that way you know your memeory isn't corrupt and going to give a bad windows install.
InTeGeR13 wrote:Ha ha, posting to TR from the new machine. Thanks all of you guys. Will post pics soon. Should run some Linx overnight.
InTeGeR13 wrote:* Audio - The audio volume seems a little less for my taste. I am used to keeping it at around 70-80% but here with all maxed (all apps in the volume control), I still don't get the feeling it is loud enough. These Denon headphones sounded louder on the Toshiba laptop I was using earlier. Is there anything on the BIOS I need to do?