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About AT0MAC

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    Computers, Hi-Fi and building things
  • Biography
    Been using computers since I was 3 years old, and now I'm same age as Linus. Build my first system when I was 10 and have had more computers than most.


  • CPU
    Intel i5 8600K @5.0 GHz
  • Motherboard
    Asus Maximus Code X Z370
  • RAM
    16 GB Corsair Dominator Platinium CL15 3000MHz
  • GPU
    Zotac Amp Extreme GTX 1070
  • Case
    Lian Li PCV33
  • Storage
    120GB M2, 1TB HDD, 500GB HDD, 240GB SSD
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNova G2 750Watt
  • Display(s)
    LG 32GK850 G-sync 165Hz 32"
  • Cooling
    High-end water cooling
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G413 Silver
  • Mouse
    Asus ROG Gladius II Origin
  • Sound
    Roccat Kave XTD Digital 5.1
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
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  1. Tech related and something you have never reviewed before? Well, if you for sure want a lot of views, why not give Lovense a try?
  2. I want a dank monitor, no idea what to get

    price idea you want to spend on a monitor and where in the world are you?
  3. (build log) Killer Panda PC - Z370 X Code

    This is what Killer Panda is for! I recently had surgery and when I was recovering Strange Brigade was released! So I have finally gotten a little time to actually use this killing machine and I must say, its a tremendous success! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4E01JrwHJIM Will follow up on all my plans very soon, just wanted to share this with you so you see the machine is actually being put to good use, not just a pretty piece of tech
  4. Im really really bad at sitting still... But the past few weeks I have been away from the keyboard due to a minor surgery that was much harder to recover from than what I had thought. I am literally about to be back on my feet and are finishing off the Ryzen thread before going back in time and revive this thread with new exciting updates. If you can't wait, I am rather easy to find on other platforms where I more often post about whats currently going on, also updates about this you have not yet seen. Just be a little patient and this thread will be brought back to life. See you soon
  5. [new build] RocketLeague

    Timespy score of 4637 Apparently better than 47% of all time spy submitted scores, not too bad for this kind of money And lastly for this time around, UserBenchmark Its said not to be a very reliable benchmark, but I like it because there are no settings what so ever, its always the same way everybody test If you trust usrbench, then this machine really is flying! And to be honest, it really feels like it too, its pretty fast... Got to love the Toshiba P300, they have never let me down, fast reliable cheap storage. So that was it for this time. I have some video of the project too, I want to make a small showcase out of it but it takes time to get it right. Hopefully will see you another time around
  6. [new build] RocketLeague

    Some CPU benchmarks, like Geekbench A valid 4GHz all core overclock, but remember, this was before the system got pushed and XFR2 kicked it up to 4.3-4.7 and it crashes. But this was the speed all the tests where run at, because tests are not long and demanding enough to crash it. Remember I said im fairly sure its a VRM heat buildup issue with this specific setup, so I will not recommend OC this machine. Cinebench R15
  7. [new build] RocketLeague

    Let me give you some GPU benchmarks: Blender BMW GPU test in 10m 06s Superposition 1080p High 6649 points Furmark 1080p, 4873 points
  8. [new build] RocketLeague

    Sorry I have been "afk" for a while now, I had surgery and its been a much harder recovery than I thought it would be, but finally things are looking brighter and I feel the energy is coming back and the pain is going down. Lets kick it off with the easiest update - the benchmarks for this build! First, a look of how a Windows 10 setup by me looks, without too many distractions and only the most necessary things installed from the get go. If you notice strange letters, æ, ø å, then that can be explained by me and my friend being Danish. Let me show you a few shots from HWMonitor that shows part of the problem I realized at the end - overclocking is not worth it on this build. After playing 15 minutes of fortnite: After about 2 hours of various games: Notice the CPU speed? It gets crazy high! 4.7 GHz! Its stable for like 10 minutes at a time in all the benchmarks or games I threw at it - but for long usual gaming sessions it runs out of breath and restarts, my guess? I think its the VRMs overheating and shutting down. So by the time I delivered it the machine is actually only running its usual XFR2 that will all by itself get it somewhere around 4.3 GHz dead on stable. You need a better board and more serious cooling to overclock a Ryzen 2.
  9. Optane on already excisting system?

    yes i know, it was more the part of it copying to a hdd on a bit for bit level without the use of the OS but somehow build into the drive/bios on its own, a very easy to use highly reliable backup you set and forget untill the day its needed
  10. Optane on already excisting system?

    thats quite clever if it could do just that from a hardware level, with no performance hit to the actual system - how to tell Intel about this? this is for sure something people want!
  11. M.2 PCIe NVMe Adapter - Help

    my laptop have one usb c and a usb 2.0, a weird combination, but i use the usb 2.0 with clonezilla and the usb c with a dongle and a 3.0 drive for when I make backups of my laptop. works like a charm
  12. M.2 PCIe NVMe Adapter - Help

    why cant you have both the clonedrive and a usb with clonezilla on it plugged in at the same time? dongle issues?
  13. M.2 PCIe NVMe Adapter - Help

    I usually use https://clonezilla.org/ It looks horrible, but thats because its based on very low level linux code and runs in a system similar to DOS, but that also means it runs on any machine and I have yet to experience it make any trouble. its quite easy to use as it kind of guides you trough step for step as long as you read along what it is asking you to do. best of all, its free and it receives frequent updates to support all types of strange drives
  14. M.2 PCIe NVMe Adapter - Help

    dont know what your budget it, but why not just buy a USB stick or usual external HDD and clone the 256 to that, then install the 1 TB and clone it back into the machine. Extra benefit is you then also have a nice USB for random things on the go or a larger external drive for lets say backups. https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA4YU78E7702 https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA12K6RN6951
  15. 144Hz worth it for me?

    looks rather nice but lol got to love their marketing material about the resolution: 2560x1440 which is four times higher than HD, delivering precise and life-like images with deeper blacks, brighter whites, and vibrant colors, as well as a high contrast ratio of 3000:1. as if the resolution had anything to do with contrast or color, and to most people HD is perceived as fullHD 1920x1080 (but Samsung is clearly referencing the very short lived 720p standard) as i said, looks like a really nice monitor, just think they are a little too creative in their marketing