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RollinLower

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About RollinLower

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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Gaming, Gaming PC's, Mechanical engineering, Constructive work.
    also, welding!
  • Occupation
    Service mechanic for welding machines/robots.

System

  • CPU
    AMD RYZEN Threadripper 1920X @4.1Ghz
  • Motherboard
    Asrock X399M Taichi
  • RAM
    16GB (2x8) Dominator platinum Special Edition Contrast White @3466Mhz
  • GPU
    Nvidia GeForce GTX TITAN X Pascal + GTX 1070 FE
  • Case
    InWin 301 white
  • Storage
    128GB Sandisc Ultra Plus SSD + 750GB Crucial MX300 SSD + 512GB Micron 1100 M.2 SSD
  • PSU
    EVGA Supernova 850 G2
  • Display(s)
    Samsung U28E590D 4K
  • Cooling
    Custom waterloop (CPU+GPU's)
  • Keyboard
    Selfmade 60% mechanical keyboard (Kailh box black)
  • Mouse
    Logitech G305
  • Sound
    Razer Leviathan soundbar
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. RollinLower

    Can i use Two pcie 1x slots to connect to a gtx 970?

    @porina i guess he meant mATX, tough if it's a mATX board with just a sinlge X16 it is probably a pretty low end one.
  2. RollinLower

    broke three pins on my cpu

    not all pins are crucial on a CPU. most ground or power pins can just break off without actually harming performance. can you show us what pins got damaged so we can confirm?
  3. So yeah, holes have been made.

    Now I just need to make it a tidy hole. I'm thinking black mesh?

    IMG_20190119_164126.thumb.jpg.92cfa128da5ef91e47b0fdea27aafda1.jpg

  4. RollinLower

    Show off your setup & hardware!

    i kinda have to tough. cooling a threadripper and 2 GPU's in this thing is not easy, especially since the front rad is very starved for air.
  5. in probably one of the more ironic turns of events, my dremel tool isn't cutting it. literally. i've cut roughly 2 cm in my front panel but i already burned through 4 disks!

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    2. RollinLower

      RollinLower

      according to InWin's site it's made from 1.2mm steel. which would make sense.

      i'm using the Dremel brand heavy-duty cutoff wheels no.420.

    3. Dissitesuxba11s

      Dissitesuxba11s

      Oh dang. That's definitely going to take a while. I cut a hole in my friend's M1 Ncase (all aluminum) to make a jury rigged acrylic side panel and had to use a lot of discs. I can't imagine how long it's going to take to go through steel.

    4. RollinLower

      RollinLower

      I got the answer, it takes too long.

      I'm all out of discs, and I barely made it 1/5th of the length I need to cut. 

      Tomorrow it's angle grinder time I guess, the only downside to that is that the surface finish gets much tougher from that kinda tool.

      Oh well, right now I have a front panel with just a single cut in it, it definitely won't get worse than this at least!

  6. RollinLower

    Show off your setup & hardware!

    Airflow will be increasing soon!
  7. why do people buy rolls royces and ferraris tough, when in reality you could make do with any old beater? it's because it's a luxury product for a luxury market. none of the formfactor or powerdraw make sense. and neither does the case. but it sure does look awesome tough. and that's the whole appeal.
  8. RollinLower

    Changing phone.

    how much are you willing to spend? right now secondhand Galaxy S8's are dirt cheap, and you can find good-as-new units that have always been in a case with screen protector for just over 200 euro's on the local market here in the netherlands.
  9. RollinLower

    Clickbait titles and thumbnails

    why stay small tough? staying small means you stay in the same spot for ever. if you have the opportunity to invest and grow you should see a return on more cash flow and eventually more profit. it's business 101. also, content and production values have gone up massively since the LTT kitchen days. it's just the clickbaity titles and thumbnails that have changed. and the change paid off in more clicks and more views. ofcourse they are going to keep doing it.
  10. RollinLower

    Planned Loop Feedback

    he's using one of those wierd phanteks reservoirs tough those have only a single fitting as filport. granted, just a funnel would suffice here, tough i guess a fillport is the more elegant solution.
  11. RollinLower

    Planned Loop Feedback

    how are you planning your tubing runs? if you are only going to be including the CPU for now 6 fittings should actually be enough. 2 on the waterblock, 2 on the in and out of the pump and 2 on the radiator.
  12. RollinLower

    H100i pro sound first time startup

    i mean, there's a fluid being pumped around in there, so it is bound to make some noises.
  13. RollinLower

    P106 for Folding@home?

    right now i am getting 630174 PPD on the 1070, running +150 on the core and +550 on the memory. i didn't configure anything in F@H tough, so it just grabs the next WU it can find.
  14. RollinLower

    H100i pro sound first time startup

    yeah sounds like there was some air in the pump. now that the air has moved to the radiator the sound is gone. all perfectly fine and normal when using a AIO.
  15. RollinLower

    P106 for Folding@home?

    The VRAM is kinda interesting. My 1070 gets about 550,000 to 600,000 PPD depending on the WU. Please let me know what your card puts out!
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