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About Hunter259

  • Title
    Overclocked Xeon Master Race
  • Birthday August 24


  • CPU
    i7 2600k 4.7Ghz
  • Motherboard
    EVGA Z68 FTW
  • RAM
    2X8GB HyperX Fury 1866
  • GPU
    Gigabyte G1 Gaming 980ti
  • Case
    Phanteks P400s
  • Storage
    120gb intel 330 ssd. 1TB WD black
  • PSU
    Corsair HX 850i
  • Display(s)
    Samsung 27'
  • Cooling
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Raptor K30
  • Mouse
    Logitech M510
  • Sound
    Logitech somethinganothers.
  • Operating System
    Windows 7 Professional 64bit

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  • Gender
  • Occupation
    Gonna Code your shit

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  1. Highest Airflow PC EVER - SUCCESS!

    If anything the fans in the back and top of the case were impeding the airflow from those two crazy things in the front.
  2. What’s up with Luke?

    This is why you make the big bucks

    The fans should have been RGB to have some glow coming from those back grills.
  4. Images of pins for z370 & z270

    In this case it's magic. Probably should have picked a bigger number than 2 if I'm going to use 40 for the total amount
  5. Images of pins for z370 & z270

    Um. Yes it does? I could design something that only needs 2 pins but make a socket that has 40. Those other 38 have no electrical significance and thus would not need any actual connections to anything.
  6. Images of pins for z370 & z270

    If a pin is completely unused then it wouldn't need to even be grounded. It's unused. There's no reason it would have be apart of any electrical circuit. If it had VCC tied to in then it would be in use. If it was grounded then it is for no actual reason.
  7. Images of pins for z370 & z270

    Only if the motherboard makers know that. It can be completely up to them whether or not to put traces on unused pins.
  8. Images of pins for z370 & z270

    Can't just "turn things on" if the traces were never created in the first place.
  9. Intel Core i9-7980XE Hits 845W at 4.9GHz

    No one here is talking about stock vs stock but you. Yes you can run dual 980ti's and a 6 core on an 850w. But overclock it and you will be hitting around 800+w which is what the majority here are saying. When I ran dual OC'ed 980tis (115-120ish% power limits) and my 2600k I was pulling 800ish watts off that. At stock I would be sitting around 650-700. So yes you can TECHNICALLY do it but most enthusiasts aren't running things at stock. And this is completely ignoring stock custom cards. With those you might be able to get back up to 750.
  10. Intel Core i9-7980XE Hits 845W at 4.9GHz

    What is up with people wanting to run their PSU's within 100 watts of their rating? Do you guys just enjoy stress testing or something? Two overclocked 980ti's and a highly overclocked 2600k drew around 800 watts by itself in my testing. Even with a platinum unit i'm not highly for pushing it like that for extended periods of time.
  11. I Knew It. Intel Doesn't Want To Support Kaby Lake On Z370

    Which don't exist with Kaby Lake....
  12. I Knew It. Intel Doesn't Want To Support Kaby Lake On Z370

    Why is this a big deal exactly? What features are going to be added to this platform that Z170/270 didn't have?
  13. Shit dying isn't planned obsolescence. It's just bad luck. If Apple truly wanted to practice it then my 6 wouldn't be working after 3 years just as it did day 1.
  14. Coffee Lake Motherboards Spotted From ASRock

    TLDR : AMD can do no wrong.
  15. A Full HD IPS Laptop for $160?? YES! - (NOT CLICKBAIT)

    "Turn off tap to sleep but then why even have a power button." Besides the obvious "Hurr Durr to turn it off silly" i'm actually going to that has more to do with Windows. Mac's have had power buttons right above backspace for YEARS now but no one cares. Why? Because to get the laptop to sleep you have to press and hold it for 1-2 seconds and then realest to get it to sleep. Just tapping it does nothing. Hold it longer and you get the popup to sleep, restart, shutdown, and cancel. Hold down even longer and it hard shuts off. That's how you should make a power button work on laptops IMO.