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  • Birthday 29/05/1999

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    Computer Specs:
    CPU: Intel Core i5 2500K @ 4.9GHz / 1.31V
    RAM: Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer 2X4GB 1600MHz CL8
    Motherboard: MSI Big Bang Z77 MPOWER
    GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 780
    PSU: Corsair AX850w
    Case: Fractal Design Define R4
    SSD: Samsung 840 EVO 250GB
    HDD: Seagate Barracuda 3TB ST3000DM001

    Water Cooling:
    EKWB-Supremacy Nickel / polished top
    EKWB-FC TITAN SE Nickel / Plexi + FC780 GTX Ti Backplate
    Swiftech MCP655-PWM
    Black Ice GT Stealth 360mm
    Noiseblocker eLoop B12-P 800-2000RPM PWM fans (x3)
    Mayhems Pastel Ice White
    Various Matte Black Bitspower fittings
  • Gadgets
    Monitor: Dell U2715H
    Keyboard: Ducky DK9008 Shine 3 Special Edition White MX Brown White LED
    Mouse: Logitech G700S
    Mouse Pad: Steelseries QcK Mass
    Headset: Sennheiser HD598SE + ModMic 4.0
    Speakers: Logitech Z623

    Apple Junk:
    iPhone 7 Plus 128GB Jet Black SF
    iPad 1st Gen 64GB
    iPad Mini 16GB Black
    Space Black Stainless Steel 38mm Apple Watch (1st gen)

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  1. I will join the hot recommendations on EKWB, I ordered from them many times and was not disappointed. They are based in Slovenia, so their delivery is usually reasonably priced. More niche things or that EKWB does not produce I ordered from Performance PCs, which are cool, but their delivery is very very expensive to the country (shipping from Miami). Let's say Fittings I ordered from Bitspower through ppcs and they have a sufficient stock (Bitspower maintains thousands of different and odd numbers in dozens of different finishes) This case is indeed difficult, and the selection in the country is significantly more limited, ) Piping and fluids - love mayhems, they have professional and courteous customer service, a selection of colors, and they are British (close == cheap delivery) A little about my experience: My project started about seven (?) Years ago (Fuck I did not realize it took so long ) And it has largely not ended since, my loop ran 3 years in a row, then disassembled for two years and a few months ago I revived it again. I work with flexible hoses 3/8 on 5/8 of mayhems after an amazing experience with primochill pipes inside a very cut Define R4 case (this is the part I want to replace today most of all) with EK blocks and a Black Ice radiator (size 360, Slightly but carrying 6700K and 1080) Good luck to you!
  2. Problematic, the CAT5 cable that is currently passing there is barely moving, re-threading CAT6 \ 6A is not possible (and also less futrue proof) It is impossible to flip the coax unfortunately, there are Yes converters in the basement as well and need a connection to the plate. In terms of equipment accessibility - it is actually much easier to find used SFP + and transceiver optical cards at great prices, compared to 10G-BaseT equipment which is more expensive and less supported. But let's say I have a switch that supports SFP + at both ends
  3. Hello, in my house there are ducts in the walls where network cables (CAT5 \ 6) pass from all the rooms to a communication cabinet on the ground floor. The basement floor, there is only one usable canal, and it is very crowded, as it passes through a coaxial cable next to a network cable, and is the only canal that transmits communication between the floors. My (excessive) solution to the problem is optical fiber - it is a much thinner fiber than CAT5 cable, and has a high capacity alongside flexibility (as long as the fiber is in the wall, I can replace the transmitters on both sides and upgrade over time. Ideal - because there are cables that carry several pairs Of fibers - it can allow to pass in one thin cable several "cables" - excellent! As I imagine it, it is one cable that passes between the floors and at both ends there is a termination into a box with several LC connectors. The distance is not large, it is still a house (in my opinion Inside the wall it is less than 10 meters) so you can use a multimode fiber that I realized is cheaper.The obvious question is - what is the price, and who does such things? I saw on eBay ready cables, but they are single cables, and not everyone has a strong sheath suitable for threading (and fibers are Very sensitive) and I as mentioned want a multi-conductor fiber, how much can a manual termination by a professional add to me? I would love to hear advice and opinions from people who have done such things once, or alternatively if there are other ideas for the bandwidth problem between floors.
  4. Similar prices, confusing branding, still only 20 PCIE 3.0 channels, all their comparisons are to 9900K or 7700K (!!!) but each time to another one (which the number came out the most beautiful in their opinion) of course they again replaced the bracket and chipset, because why not. Power consumption only increases, but under the guise of "stairs" a heat envelope (the 10900K can reach 250 W !!!) The fact that they have to bring processors to the market at 5.3 GHz and display results at 1080P only shows how much despair prevails at Intel in the consumer market. I really hope this line does not sell well, it is a disregard for consumers. Not competitive even with the ryzen 3000 and hopefully the ryzen 4000 will stick a few more nails in Intel's closet.
  5. There's an error in the story - the computer doesn't support Windows Hello
  6. It's a durable silicone glue, it looks like a language: it uses this glue from Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00ID8IUJY / ref = oh_aui_search_detailpage? Ie = UTF8 & psc = 1 & pldnSite = 1 but in the comments there is one that recommends a "normal color" "(Black) because he was able to successfully exercise responsibility for a processor he stuck back. Not that relevant to processors without warranty, but worth getting to know.
  7. Now I've seen that imitations of the der8auer tool on Liaxpress https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32889691900.html mechanically it's a pretty simple device, don't think there's too much risk of buying imitation, the advantage of this source is that it also comes with a "paste" that helps Get the IHS back in place. By the way, I am debating whether to just replace the ointment, or go direct die, have I seen that for the second option there are "holders" that screw in place of the bracket and hold the processor without the IHS safely, worth investing in such? Or it is better to just replace ointment.
  8. Is that enough to cut the silicon that sticks the processor to IHS? In my opinion all processors since ivy bridge are not soldered (except for devil's canyon that came out especially after the aswell was very heated with a bad ointment, they are soldered but it is only 4690K and 4790K)
  9. I've been looking at the possibility of delid for my 6700K recently - its responsibilities have already expired and its results under water cooling have been very disappointing (70 + vs 50 with the 2500K) but on the one hand, I don't want to do it manually - it looks like a recipe for disaster (To the processor or to myself in injury) On the other hand - buying the derbauer handset at NIS X for exactly that I will use is a little unnecessary. Does anyone know of a store in the country that will offer delid service at a symbolic price (at the user's responsibility of course)? If not, is there anyone here who bought the derbauer delider and wants to help a nice forum member who is also willing to pay a nominal fee for use? Of course open to more ideas
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