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About bruny06

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  • Birthday 1998-09-24


  • CPU
    Core i5 2500 @ 4.10GHz
  • Motherboard
  • RAM
    4X4GB DDR3 1333MHz Dual Channel
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 1060 3GB
  • Case
    Aerocool SI 5100 Windowed Mid Tower Case
  • Storage
    Toshiba 2.5 HDD 500GB 5400RPM; Samsung 840 250GB SSD
  • PSU
    Super Flower Leadex 750W 80 Plus Gold
  • Display(s)
    Benq GW2270 1080p
  • Cooling
    DeepCool Gammaxx 400 w/ 2x Corsair SP120 PWM, Aerocool 120mm case fan, 3x Cooler Master Silencio FP120 PWM case fans
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 w/ Chery-MX Red Switches
  • Mouse
    A4tech X7 7-Button
  • Sound
    Ozone Rage 7HX
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  • Interests
    IT, Computers, Servers...
  • Occupation
    Studying IT

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  1. 360mm AIO for £65?

    And that's the 240V, the one at £49 on amazon? If that's the one, it's a great performance to price ratio.
  2. 360mm AIO for £65?

    Which one is he running? I ask this because there's the 240V and the 240M, and the 240M costs twice as much, and probably performs better. Hell, it better perform better as it costs twice as much. but if the 240V is any good for overclocking past 4.5 on a 2600K, it's definitely something I would consider.
  3. Hey, guys, I'm looking for a new cooler to overclock an i7 2600K that I don't have (yet) and since the only option I'm really interested in is the Dark Rock Pro 3 doesn't fit in my case, I decided to have a look at some water coolers as they can go for relatively cheap (like this £65 Antec Mercury 360 or this £49 Cooler Master Seidon 240), but, are they any good? If I go with an All-In-One, what specs should I be looking for a good overclock on a 2600k (more than 4.5GHz)? Many thanks, Bruno.
  4. Monster System Upgrade

    That's a big ass budget, but well, if he can, why not?
  5. Dark Rock Pro 3

    Hey guys, I'm soon getting an i7 2600K and want to get a better cooler to overclock it over 4.5GHz and was wondering if a Dark Rock Pro 3 would do the trick at cooling it down with decent temps. my budget is up to £50. The Dark Rock Pro 3 is currently on sale on Amazon for £50 (£41 for me as I live in the channel islands, VAT free) with free shipping (prime). If I get this cooler, I would need to run my PC with the side panel off as my CPU cooler clearance is only 160mm. If you have any suggestions for a better cooler that would fit in my case for about the same price or up to £50, let me know. Many thanks, Bruno.
  6. New users can't logon to the domain

    My tutor is constantly checking up on me, which is great, as he is obviously very knowledgeable in that matter. Today he suggested restarting the whole server, which might work, or not...But anyway, I guess this whole thing is a challenge, which is why I'm actually enjoying it and is important for me.
  7. New users can't logon to the domain

    God damnit. "All Computers" is selected.
  8. New users can't logon to the domain

    Any idea how I set permissions to groups?
  9. New users can't logon to the domain

    Just checked in the Windows 10 Settings app. It says it is connected to ICTLAB.
  10. New users can't logon to the domain

    Just tried ICTLAB\0000TestU, ICTLAB\TESTUSER, ictlab.int\0000TestU and nothing...
  11. Sandy Bridge vs Ivy Bridge

    The P67 chipset can overclock as good as a Z68 or Z77 chipset.
  12. Sandy Bridge vs Ivy Bridge

    I got a GA-P67-UD3P-B3 from GIGABYTE. It's quite a nice board, in my opinion. I'll definitely stick with it.
  13. Sandy Bridge vs Ivy Bridge

    Exactly my thoughts, just wanted to hear what you guys think first.
  14. Sandy Bridge vs Ivy Bridge

    The i5 2500, even overclocked a bit, starts to be a bottleneck in CPU bound games, such as BF1, for example.
  15. Hey, guys, I'm thinking about getting a new CPU and I currently have an i5 2500 non-K, which is overclocked to 4.1GHz in the P67 chipset and is the fastest it can go in a multiplier overclock given that it's a non-K chip. I was thinking about either an i7 2600K (£105) or a 3770K (£184) and I personally don't think the 3770 is worth the extra £80, but what you guys think? I was also thinking about a new cooler, maybe a Dark Rock Pro 3 from BeQuiet!. what do you guys think? Many thanks, Bruno.