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About Bananasplit_00

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  • CPU
    I7 4790K @ stock :(
  • Motherboard
    ASRock Z97 Aneversairy
  • RAM
    2x8GB of Hyper X 1866MHz red OC'd to 2102MHz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte G1 GTX970 with an Accellero Twin Turbo III on it
  • Case
    A lump of pure iron and paint that i got for free
  • Storage
    1x Kingston UV400 240GB SSD, 1x 1TB HDD from Toshiba and a RAID 0 with some 140GB HDDs
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNova 650 G2
  • Display(s)
    1x32" 1440p Philips(73Hz), 1x22" Samsung(75Hz) and 1x22" BenQ 1080p(@66Hz)
  • Cooling
    CPU: NH-D14 with Fractal fans. Case: one 80mm fan mounted in the front
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 + Razer Nostromo
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Spectrum + Wacom Intous small tablet
  • Sound
    Senhister HD558 headphones, Blue Snowball ICE microphone, Fisher RS-3050 reciver(50W) 2x custom built speakers with 9 woofers and 4 tweeters each.
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Why do you need to ask what to do with it when you already know you want to make it a NAS though?
  2. I am always logged in and I don't want bookmarks to sync between my laptop and desktop. I don't think you need 32GB of RAM though, you might seeing as I have never reached 1000 tabs open though. But the CPU is for sure overkill.
  3. The Gigabyte care has a better cooler but I have no clue which one has the least shit PCB
  4. I'm not quite sure how. Just go on the website, search up a button you like. Buy one and wait for it to ship to you. Now this button is likely to have terminals that you don't need to solder onto and instead uses screws to hold the wires in place, so just place one of the wires in one of them and the other in the other terminal. Now mount the button on the wooden board you taped the wires onto if that's where you want it and you are done
  5. Yah friend got a 240mm AIO from Corsair, screamed like a jet before he bought new fans
  6. Just go on ebay and look up big red button? It would probably have screw terminal even.
  7. I'm a tab junkie, I usually have ~60-150 tabs open. It's not to not need to punch in a web adress every time you want to go somewhere else on the web. I would recommend 16GB of ram and a decent dual core with HT CPU as a minimum. My 8GB i5 6200U works fine though for around 80 tabs constantly
  8. AIOs don't have a place for me. 120mm ones get out preformed by air coolers, several 240mm ones too, and when you get to the price of an AIO that dosent get out preformed you might as well do a custom loop and have it look nicer *edit* No wait 120mm AIOs can make sense on GPUs in some cases
  9. I almost need to add that to my sig, but it's too much work to do from my phone
  10. You could save a bunch if you get one of those packs tbh. Might make Vega 64 worth it sort-of
  11. It brings down the TDP by around 30W and kills mining performance, that's about it.
  12. I think everyone in Norway should just buy computer hardware in Sweden... Holy balls that's high prices seeing as they are basically the same amount of crowns in Sweden lol
  13. Because when the game was originally made 300fps was an arbitrary large number lol No its closer to Haswell.
  14. Yes. You can just change it in the console
  15. Lines up pretty good with my theory about a CES announcement for Volta though, both articles do actually