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DisconnectedYT

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About DisconnectedYT

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 2002-06-22

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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Australia, N.S.W, Castle Hill
  • Interests
    PC's & Gaming :3
  • Biography
    I'm A Music Promoter And AMD Fanboy
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    Intel Xeon E3-1231 V3
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z97 Gaming 3
  • RAM
    Team Dark 16GB DDR3 1600Mhz
  • GPU
    XFX RX480 8GB OC
  • Case
    Phanteks P400S TG Black/White
  • Storage
    2x2TB Samsung 7200RPM HDD & Samsung 830 EVO120GB
  • PSU
    Coolermaster CM Storm 650W
  • Display(s)
    LG 25" 2560x1080 UltraWide IPS 21:9
  • Cooling
    CoolerMaster Nepton 240m
  • Keyboard
    CoolerMaster MK750
  • Mouse
    G.Skill MX750
  • Sound
    Logitech G430 + Shure SM58 + Focusrite Solo
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. I bought a Samsung 860 Evo 500GB for Windows, Adobe and FL Studio and for all my other files likes games, ill use the 2TB HDD Would that speed up render times, because right now my GPU and CPU don't even get used when rendering EDIT: The file was 2.7GB when it was completed and used lots of Red Giant plugins and yes tey are for "commercial stuff" This video took 37 Hours to render at 720p 30FPS and would have taken 82 Hours at 1080p 60FPS
  2. My HDD seems to be slowing down all of my render times and general performance of my computer. I wanted to buy a 2TB SSD but they are to expensive. So i could a Segate FireCuda 2TB for a good price, but i wasnt sure if they are fast or any good?
  3. LOL NO, did you even read the part of my post that spoke about their garbage auto refund system... Below i will highlight the rights that Valve violated when i asked for a refund Products must be of acceptable quality, that is: safe, lasting, with no faults look acceptable do all the things someone would normally expect them to do. Acceptable quality takes into account what would normally be expected for the type of product and cost. Products must also: match descriptions made by the salesperson, on packaging and labels, and in promotions or advertising match any demonstration model or sample you asked for be fit for the purpose the business told you it would be fit for and for any purpose that you made known to the business before purchasing come with full title and ownership not carry any hidden debts or extra charges come with undisturbed possession, so no one has a right to take the goods away or prevent you from using them meet any extra promises made about performance, condition and quality, such as life time guarantees and money back offers have spare parts and repair facilities available for a reasonable time after purchase unless you were told otherwise. Services must: be provided with acceptable care and skill or technical knowledge and taking all necessary steps to avoid loss and damage be fit for the purpose or give the results that you and the business had agreed to be delivered within a reasonable time when there is no agreed end date. Consumer guarantees on products and services also apply to: bundled products and services gifts with proof of purchase sale items online products and services bought from Australian businesses second-hand products from businesses, taking into account age and condition.
  4. When you say "they don't have to refund you at all", thats the point im trying to make, they cant just say because you have 3 hours, you dont get a refund now. They are breaking Australian Consumer Law by saying that
  5. I recently purchased Final Fantasy XV for my PC from steam. My meets the minimum requirements to run the game, however does not run properly, the game crashes and lags non stop even at minimum. I spent 6 Hours trying to fix the problem myself but couldn't find anything. I went through the refund process and it kept coming back rejected due to having had the game open more than two hours. I tried a few times for the refund and it always came back a day or so later with the exact same rejection. I had taken time to write out my issues and at one point I even wrote a section detailing why I believed I was entitled to a refund with reference to consumer law. I wrote complaints about the automated rejection. I only ever got the same response. I would have accepted a response declining it that responding to my request. Clearly no one was on the other end reading what I wrote. Or they didn't care. It became a bit of a joke after a few times and I kept applying to see if I'd ever get a response. You can discus the merits of my refund, but clearly their system was not examining anything beyond the play time. Multiple requests for a refund and not a single human response I am so sick of the breaches of Australian Consumer Law that steam is constantly making. Im glad there is the 2 hour automatic system but beyond that there is nothing at all that will get me a refund.
  6. I recently started doing more intense work on my PC in Adobe After Effects 2018, and my HDD seems to be going crazy. It jumps from 0% (0Mb/s) to 100% (112Mb/s) every few seconds and sounds very loud. Is it safe to use? Below is a screenshot of the stats on the HDD.
  7. So, i"m finishing off the list of parts for my new pc, thanks to all the people who have helped in my other posts <3 https://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/g2wPnH And here is the build that inspired my build so that you can see the loop setup https://au.pcpartpicker.com/b/7snH99 Below is a list of the Water Cooling parts that i am using. I know that i may not have enough fittings but ill will order more if i have to Also here are my questions 1) Is XSPC a good manufacturer, i was going to buy their white rads but i thought that EK would be a safer bet? 2) How can i put 7 Corsair LL fans into 1 Node Pro? It can only support 6 from what i can see? 3) Does my mobo that is selected support two pumps and a node pro? 4) What suggestions would you make for the build?
  8. I'm still planing a water cooled build and im still stuck on reservoir choices. I keep seeing pcs with a D5 pump? What is a D5 pump and how do you attach it to a reservoir. I really don't want to have a standalone pump but i don't understand how the D5 attaches to a reservoir. Also do you have to use the D5 with specific reservoirs or can i put it with an EK RES X3?
  9. So i wanted to know where i could mount a res and pump in a InWin 909 or Corsair 570x and which res/pump should i use? Edit: In the picture below how is the res mounted to the pump?
  10. Just wanted to ask a quick question, where can i put a large EK Radiator in the InWin 909? of will i have to mount it on the back of a rad? Other that is there another case you would recommend for water cooling if the 909 is not suitable?
  11. I use my 480 for about 60Hrs a week and most of that time it ran at 80c so my thermal paste must have just been used at to high of a temp for a long time, i also bought it a few days after launch so its been well used.
  12. So about two hours ago i wiped off most of the thermal compound from my RX480 and swapped it for some Arctic Silver 5. Below is before and after the swap of Thermal Paste Stock Thermal Paste 0% Load 68c 100% Load 89c (Peak Went Higher Under Another Test) Arctic Silver 5 0% Load 35c 100% Load 59c (Fan Speed Went Up Automatically A Little, I Don't Know Why) Im amazed at how bad the stock thermal paste must be? when i pulled off the cooler it was no longer a paste and was all dried up and cracked. I had to void the warranty on the card but i think it was well worth it.
  13. Is that even possible? how would i do that?
  14. Can i use the thermal paste i used on my CPU with my GPU?
  15. about two years ago and yes the fan is spinning. I use it about 50 hours per week since that date
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