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Mooru

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  1. Going back to the store on saturday probably and just trade it in. I'd rather just avoid doing that though and get it working.
  2. Threw it in a few different pcs, all pcs booted, none of them gave vision though. So I remoted desktoped to them with my phone and the screenshot is what I found. I tried all kinds of different things. Updated BIOS, reinstalled drivers, messed with safe mode. Triple checked all my plugs. The thing that makes me think that it's really DoA is the fact I never get to see a BIOS screen. If anyone still has some suggestions on stuff I can try, you'll have my eternal gratitude. Thanks regardless. Edit: forgot my language was set to dutch: The comment in the device manager translates to: the device has stopped working because problems were detected. Not that useful unfortunately.
  3. Hello everyone, Ok this is maybe a little weird question but I can't find the information I need about it. First a little background. I have a Dell U2412M and I own an Asus Sabertooth Z77 which has a high power usb port which you can use for charging tablets fast. This fast power charging can be enabled with the asus software. This way the port doesn't work as a USB port anymore but solely as a charging point which can deliver up to a few amps (I'm not sure how much precisely). My question is can I connect this port to my Dell monitor and turn the charging mode on? I know it's some sort of usb-hub in the monitor. But can it handle the high current? Will it burn a circuit? Or does the hub draw it's power from the monitor's power supply and not from the 5V from the USB port it's connected to? Regardless, thanks for any input Mooru
  4. Mooru

    [Build Log] LoveBox -(S3)

    That looks reazlly damn good. Never thought I would like a pink even if it was for a girl. Really nice job on that sleeving
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    Title pending.

    Looking forward to this!
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    First Water Loop- Let the Adventure Begin

    Thanks man. I'm looking forward to that Hoping it will be awesome. Just a shame bitspower angled fittings are so expensive. I took regular bitspowerfittings and EK angled adapters. Luckily the colours match very nicely.
  7. Thanks! I share the hate with deep passion! It's a shame, the shop I ordered my watercooling parts at didn't have any lose 6 pin connectors. Bit of shame. Dying them is still on the table
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    First Water Loop- Let the Adventure Begin

    Not everyone likes the looks of those
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    Project DisplayGRID

    That is very very awesome I like!
  10. Curious to see what you're up to this time
  11. Mooru

    First Water Loop- Let the Adventure Begin

    You're right. Our loops are extremely similar. I actually wanted to do my loop in the same order you did. But when I started installing everything I ran into the problem that the reservoir made it impossible to get fittings on my radiator. I decided to turn the rad around instead of cutting up my case. Still a bit too conservative to start doing that just yet. I really like what you did. I personally think a few extra angled fittings wouild make it look even cleaner but it is really cool your sleeved tubing looks awesome
  12. Thanks man, took a bit of effort. I straightend up the reservoir aswell because it was bending a little too much as you can see on the picture. I'll have a look. My original idea was to watercool my 2 660 ti's aswell. But as they're only 660 ti's I changed my mind and in a year or 2 I'll get some higher end cards that are actually worth the extra cost of an expensiv waterblock. And for the people who care, I'm actually gonna try to sleeve the sli bridge and see what it looks like
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    The Bee

    sorry - double post
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    The Bee

    Looks pretty awesome
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    Can't jumpstart PSU

    That's fair enough I suppose. I just want to know if it's a built in safety or a malfunction. I like to know how things work or why they don't
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