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sakibsadmanshajib

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  1. Agree
    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to MrPants_ in How do I turn the Blue LED off?   
    3D-print a cover?
  2. Funny
    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to LogicalDrm in Are these temps safe?   
    Still normal.
     
     
    Always nice when you thank yourself.
  3. Agree
    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to WoodenMarker in Are these temps safe?   
    70c and 1.25v is fine.
  4. Funny
    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to Brooksie359 in Need Builds for First PC   
    you guys do realize half your items don't have price tags right? 
  5. Agree
    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to Simon771 in CPU Temps Normal?   
    You have 1,26V on CPU at around 4,1GHz on all cores. And if I see right, your temps are not even on 60°C while stress testing.
    Keep in mind that stress testing temperatures are higher that they would be in real life usage (gaming and other daily stuffs).
    And like I said, under 70°C it's perfect.
     
    So yes, this is safe for 24/7 usage.
  6. Agree
    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to RGProductions in R-134a passive "Fluid" CPU Cooler   
    @sakibsadmanshajib @annoyingmoments 
    They now use a gas known as R-410A, which is much more eco friendly.
  7. Agree
    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to Cyborgsmith in R-134a passive "Fluid" CPU Cooler   
    You can use propane too  
  8. Agree
    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to iRileyx in What Do you think? Streaming/Editing Build   
    PSU is fine at 650, heck he could drop it to 550 to save a little cash.
     
  9. Agree
    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to JohnFPS in What Do you think? Streaming/Editing Build   
    Just want to get some opinions on my Build I have been planing. This build is for Gaming Streaming and video editing The most Important part of the build is to have the power to Play PC games at 1080p MAX SETTINGS while I stream AT 1080P to YouTube or Twitch when ever twitch makes the max bit rate higher. Other than that I just want a air cooled quiet that will last me awhile. Ok so here is the build
    CPU:Intel i7 6800k
    MotherBoard: Asus X99 Deluxe 2
    GPU: Asus GTX 1080 Strix OC Edition
    RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 32Gb DDR4 2400mhz 
    SSD:Samsung 850 Pro 1TB 
    CPU COOLER:Be quiet Dark Rock 3
    PSU:Be quiet Dark Power Pro 11 650W 80 Plus platinum 
    FANS:Be quiet Silentwings 3 140MM 
    CASE:Phanteks ENTHOO EVOLV Glass Edition
    MONITOR: Benq RL2755Hm or 1440p 144hz Is 1440p worth it?
     
    Please feel free to comment what you would change or what you think about the build thanks.   
     
  10. Agree
    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to Enderman in Cloning M.2 Drive on Laptop?   
    Do not clone drives, it is bad for the OS.
    If you're resetting windows why would you even want to waste more time cloning?
    Just removed the old drive, insert the new one, and install windows from a USB.
    It will take the same amount of time as resetting and you don't need to waste time cloning which is bad anyway.
  11. Agree
    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to Enderman in Cloning M.2 Drive on Laptop?   
    Yes it would because you are not changing the motherboard.
    http://www.howtogeek.com/224342/how-to-clean-install-windows-10/
    You would just replace the drive before you start installing.
  12. Funny
    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to iLenovo in Computer Committed Port Suicide   
    Today, my only working computer (atm) decided to kill all the ports. I turned it on, usual whiiirrrr, and I noticed the monitor and everything connected externally did not light up. The keyboard did not light up, the mouse did not light up, and the monitor didnt even try. I took a device that measures USB electricity and it had no current at all. The computer still turns on fine, but nothing connected to it will work. The computer is a Lenovo Erazer X315. So far I'm having a joyous time typing this on a backup Linux computer that is running Kali. Help is greatly appreciated.
  13. Agree
    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to Brooksie359 in Need Builds for First PC   
    you should change the psu because the nex units have horrible voltage regulation. 
  14. Like
    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to Himommies in Need Builds for First PC   
    Don't get a 850 evo unless your loaded with cash
    Why the flip are you doing this when the 7600 has a 4 fps diffrence this is much better
    https://pcpartpicker.com/list/3mCtNN
  15. Informative
    sakibsadmanshajib got a reaction from Nhavasis in Need Builds for First PC   
    If you want a little bit of overclocking then try this. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/KNcm7h
    But other than try this. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/CY9FYr
  16. Like
    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to toasty6776 in A Noob wanting to learn overclocking an i7 6800K on a specific board   
    Basically (and this applies to every CPU on every motherboard) you go into the UEFI and bump up the clock speeds. Then you start your system and put a load on your CPU (something like aida64 stress test). If it doesn't crash for about 24 hours, you bump up the clock speed even more. Once it crashes, you increase the core voltage until you either get your system stable or you reach something around 1.38V (I wouldn't go much higher than that). If it's stable, bump up the clock speed again (you get where this is going). Basically, you can't do any damage to your system unless you push too high of a voltage into your CPU. Once you're settled on your max clock speed you can change the voltage to adaptive mode (if you want to) so the voltage dynamically changes with the clock speed (this only makes sense if you set your Windows energy management plan to balanced because your CPU will run at its max clock speed all of the time if it's set to full power (or whatever it's called) in Windows. If you're done with all of that you successfully overclocked your CPU to its maximum potential (on the cooling you're using).
    Sorry for the long post. Here is a potato:  
     
    EDIT: You should also keep an eye on temperatures.The CPU will thermal throttle before it takes any damage (you shouldn't hit that point anyways) but I personally wouldn't want my load temps to exceed 75°C. If you hit your temp target (or exceed it), dial down the voltage (and of course the clock speed if it isn't stable at that lower voltage).
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    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to CommanderAlex in R-134a passive "Fluid" CPU Cooler   
    I would assume that they would consider it harmful to the environment just like R-12.
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    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to RGProductions in R-134a passive "Fluid" CPU Cooler   
    Possible? Yes.
    Your average Joe DIYing the crap out of it? No. Just no.
  19. Like
    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to Mira Yurizaki in R-134a passive "Fluid" CPU Cooler   
    It looks like they built a case out of a radiator. So it might be possible, with a large enough radiator, to do the same thing. Zalman used to have this huge external radiator/reservoir thing.
  20. Agree
    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to 21rkosta in Suggest a gaming laptop   
    if you want a 15inch i would go http://www.sagernotebook.com/Gaming-Notebook-NP8658-S.html
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    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to GarnetDevil in Custom PC Build   
    Then you should get the 5960X, it's miles ahead of the 6700K in CPU works
    Plus the 980 Ti isn't that far behind the Titan X in both editing and gaming anyway
    Also since you will be working more than gaming, a 21:9 screen will do a lot more than 16:9
     
    PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
    CPU: Intel Core i7-5960X 3.0GHz 8-Core Processor  ($999.99 @ SuperBiiz) 
    CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-D15 82.5 CFM CPU Cooler  ($88.50 @ Amazon) 
    Motherboard: MSI X99A Raider ATX LGA2011-3 Motherboard  ($199.99 @ Amazon) 
    Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws V Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4-3000 Memory  ($129.99 @ Newegg) 
    Storage: Samsung 950 PRO 256GB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive  ($181.95 @ SuperBiiz) 
    Storage: Seagate Barracuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive  ($45.89 @ OutletPC) 
    Video Card: EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti 6GB FTW ACX 2.0+ Video Card  ($659.99 @ Amazon) 
    Case: Phanteks Enthoo Pro ATX Full Tower Case  ($99.99 @ Amazon) 
    Power Supply: EVGA SuperNOVA P2 850W 80+ Platinum Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply  ($129.99 @ NCIX US) 
    Optical Drive: LG WH14NS40 Blu-Ray/DVD/CD Writer  ($45.89 @ OutletPC) 
    Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro OEM (64-bit)  ($129.00 @ B&H) 
    Software: Microsoft Office Home and Student 2016  ($114.00 @ Adorama) 
    Monitor: LG 34UC87C 60Hz 34.0" Monitor  ($720.99 @ Newegg) 
    Keyboard: Corsair STRAFE Wired Gaming Keyboard  ($89.99 @ Amazon) 
    Mouse: Logitech G502 Wired Optical Mouse  ($49.99 @ Best Buy) 
    Total: $3686.14
    Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
    Generated by PCPartPicker 2016-04-12 09:36 EDT-0400
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    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to Charger in Should I buy from OriginPC or build one myself   
    It depends. 
     
    There are benefits to both. Making it yourself will be cheaper and you may learn something doing it. Buying should get you a tested system and a warranty so if something goes wrong they should stand behind their product and fix it assuming they are a good company anyways.
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    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to Extingquish in Building a Super Workstation   
    What's good for games is generally not good for servers/workstations, and vice versa. Eg, lots of cores in a workstation is good since the applications will generally use all of the cores, while in games only 3 or 4 cores would get used, so you'd want fast cores.  Also when you're overclocking those servers will go down, and instability could mean you lose data when the PC crashes. 
     
    Since budget is unlimited, get 2 systems. 1 server/render box/workstation and 1 gaming/overclocking machine.
     
    @skyress3000 has suggested a really good gaming build, (apart from the WD red drive, which is meant for use in NASes/servers ) so I'll tackle the workstation/server part of the specification:
    PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant   CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2697 V3 2.6GHz 14-Core Processor  ($2549.99 @ SuperBiiz)  CPU Cooler: Corsair H90 94.0 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler  ($78.99 @ Newegg)  Motherboard: ASRock X99 WS-E EATX LGA2011-3 Motherboard  ($414.99 @ Newegg)  Memory: Samsung 16GB (1 x 16GB) Registered DDR4-2133 Memory  ($107.99 @ SuperBiiz)  Memory: Samsung 16GB (1 x 16GB) Registered DDR4-2133 Memory  ($107.99 @ SuperBiiz)  Memory: Samsung 16GB (1 x 16GB) Registered DDR4-2133 Memory  ($107.99 @ SuperBiiz)  Memory: Samsung 16GB (1 x 16GB) Registered DDR4-2133 Memory  ($107.99 @ SuperBiiz)  Storage: Western Digital Red 1TB 3.5" 5400RPM Internal Hard Drive  ($62.75 @ OutletPC)  Storage: Western Digital Red 1TB 3.5" 5400RPM Internal Hard Drive  ($62.75 @ OutletPC)  Storage: Western Digital Red 1TB 3.5" 5400RPM Internal Hard Drive  ($62.75 @ OutletPC)  Storage: Western Digital Red 1TB 3.5" 5400RPM Internal Hard Drive  ($62.75 @ OutletPC)  Storage: Western Digital Red 1TB 3.5" 5400RPM Internal Hard Drive  ($62.75 @ OutletPC)  Video Card: Asus GeForce GTX Titan X 12GB Video Card (2-Way SLI)  ($994.99 @ SuperBiiz)  Video Card: Asus GeForce GTX Titan X 12GB Video Card (2-Way SLI)  ($994.99 @ SuperBiiz)  Power Supply: SeaSonic X Series 850W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply  ($129.99 @ SuperBiiz)  Total: $5909.65 Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available Generated by PCPartPicker 2015-11-15 10:39 EST-0500 that and add a raid card for the hard drives to ensure you won't lose any data if a drive dies   So there you have it, if you do want to blow $10k on computer parts, there's an option for you
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    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to skyress3000 in Building a Super Workstation   
    Yeah, it'll still be X99. Go watch the latest WAN show.
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    sakibsadmanshajib reacted to skyress3000 in Building a Super Workstation   
    PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

    CPU: Intel Core i7-6700K 4.0GHz Quad-Core Processor ($389.99 @ Newegg)
    CPU Cooler: NZXT Kraken X61 106.1 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler ($119.99 @ B&H)
    Motherboard: Asus MAXIMUS VIII HERO ATX LGA1151 Motherboard ($219.99 @ SuperBiiz)
    Memory: Corsair Dominator Platinum 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4-2666 Memory ($289.99 @ Newegg)
    Storage: Samsung 950 PRO 512GB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive ($346.25 @ Amazon)
    Storage: Western Digital Red 2TB 3.5" 5400RPM Internal Hard Drive ($89.88 @ OutletPC)
    Video Card: MSI GeForce GTX 980 Ti 6GB Video Card ($739.99 @ B&H)
    Case: NZXT Noctis 450 ATX Mid Tower Case ($117.99 @ Directron)
    Power Supply: EVGA SuperNOVA P2 850W 80+ Platinum Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply ($109.99 @ Newegg)
    Monitor: Acer Predator X34 100Hz 34.0" Monitor ($1299.98 @ NCIX US) - not 4k, but curved ultrawide with G-Sync
    Keyboard: Corsair K70 RGB Wired Gaming Keyboard ($166.94 @ Amazon)
    Mouse: Mionix Castor Wired Optical Mouse ($69.99 @ Amazon)
    Total: $3960.97
    Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
    Generated by PCPartPicker 2015-11-15 10:13 EST-0500
     
    *note: some of this stuff is more expensive than it needs to be (mobo, RAM) and was just based off your suggestions, so it could be changed.
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