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About Nathan

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    Junior Member
  • Birthday 1995-10-08

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  • Occupation
    Theatre Technician


  • CPU
    i5 4690k
  • Motherboard
    Asus Maximus vii hero
  • RAM
    8gb - Corsair Vengeance Pro
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 780ti Reference
  • Case
    Corsair Air 540
  • Storage
    120gb intel 530 ssd / 1tb WD black / 1tb WD green
  • PSU
    EVGA 750G2
  • Display(s)
    BenQ XL2411Z
  • Cooling
    Stock intel cooler (for now)
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 RGB
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    Audio technica ATH-m50x
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1

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  1. Keyboard: Corsair Gaming K70 RGB - Reds Mouse: Logitech G502 Mouse Mat: Logitech G240 Headset: Audio Technica M50X'
  2. well considering i bought my 780ti for $400 cad...
  3. plugged it in to see if shit was still the same from last night... but it flashed the stock red / white colours.. and the key strokes were being recognized. At first it would constantly mash F11 without me doing anything, chrome was not happy going in and out of full screen. that stopped, started checking the keys, and every now and then it would do something like dshnfujdh randomly, but then that stopped. went through colours of the leds, and certain ones would mess up randomly, if i set everything to white, a few would go yellow... all green, a few (but different keys from before) would go blue.... cycled through colours a bit until they all worked.. I just got incredibly lucky with this this all happened ~10 minutes ago, and im typing on it now. Its been around 30c here the past few days, i guess this is one time that im happy for the heat.
  4. thats why i wasnt too worried about it at first, thought it was just under the keys and not /in/ the keyboard
  5. im not saying that thats not what i should have done, just simply explaining my thought process as somone whos never actually killed components / tech before not my favorite way to learn, but shit happens
  6. wasnt aware of the hole that led to the inside of the keyboard, so i thought cleaning up the water on the face of it and just under the keys was all there was
  7. Of course water got spilled all over my keyboard, unplugged it, noticed there was a fair bit but wasnt too worried because it was only water so it wasnt going to make anything sticky. with the way the cherry switches are mounted, didint even think of water getting to the pcp. and ive watched the cherry factory tour so i knew these things could take some abuse but corsair thought it would be a good idea to have an oppening in the keyboard under the space bar that goes to the inside of the keyboard. cleaned up the water before noticing this hole, plugged it back in. Working fine.. then the control key would hang, then some keys became unresponsive, and then the leds turned off... shes dead shook out all the water and left it to dry for the past few hours, no signs of hope. fingers crossed for a replacement or something but im pretty sure warranty wont cover water damage rip March 14 2015 - July 15 2015 <3
  8. i woudnt mix fans like that in push/pull. And it is proven to not really perform better than push or pull. My suggestion is some AF series fans in the front, and then the SP' on the rad
  9. didint they just do one of these like 2 weeks ago?
  10. well there ya go, its cool as fuck, and cheap... linus will love it
  11. thats one of the sites i was looking at, also slidepole.com but they dont include prices
  12. any idea on the height of the ceilings in the new office? im trying to price some brass tubing and need the overall length. for personal reasons obviously... not a firepole...
  13. just build it inside of a trailer