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About Enderman


  • CPU
    i7 4790K
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Sabertooth Mark S #1095
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    32GB Corsair Vengeance Pro 2400MHz CL11 (modded)
  • GPU
    ASUS GTX770 DCUII @ 1260MHz
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    NZXT S340 (modded)
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    512GB 850 Pro (x2), 4TB WD Red
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    Seasonic Platinum 760 + Silverstone white sleeved cables
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    55in LED Samsung 1080p TV
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    Fractal Design Kelvin S24 (modded)
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    Corsair K95 RGB
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    Logitech MX Master + MM300 Extended mouse pad
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    2x Behringer NEKKST K8 studio monitors + 12" Acoustech subwoofer
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    Check out my YouTube channel SilentShock42 for an awesome Minecraft LP, robotics, and PC modding videos!
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    University student studying mechanical engineering

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  1. Check out autohotkey, you might be able to remap the capslock key to an inverted capslock key.
  2. Ok cool, well in the mean time don't kill your PC components with a leak from a cheap loop, otherwise you will need to spend all the money you saved up on a new PC.
  3. Don't. Either save up $500+ for a good quality custom watercooling loop, or stick to AIOs and air cooling.
  4. Some programs don't have GPU accelerated rendering, and ones that do often have certain limitations of the technology they can use, such as CUDA or others. Also, GPUs can only do so much, for example sony vegas usually only uses about 25% GPU when rendering. It's not like a game where it will use your GPU at 100% all the time. Rendering across CPU cores scales up a lot more effectively and is what the majority of people rely on for their rendering. Also, there is a lot of stuff that is not just rendering videos that content creators need to do, and having more CPU cores helps with multitasking, encoding, and other stuff too.
  5. A server is the same thing as a computer, it's just usually made for running certain applications or software, typically for multiple users. That's why it is called a "server".
  6. At least this time it was actually ultrawide, not just 16:9 with black bars on the top and bottom like they have done in some previous videos!
  7. There's a bunch here: https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_2?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=usb+volume+knob If you use balanced speakers you could use this too: http://www.m-audio.com/products/view/m-track-hub
  8. http://gaming.logitech.com/en-ca/gaming-mice
  9. It can game, just at low settings. Less intensive games will work fine at medium or high. Rendering is done almost all by CPU so it doesn't really matter if he doesn't have a GPU. He said he will buy a GPU in the future anyway, so he won't be too long with just the iGPU.
  10. Ok yeah some people have bought it, however most people who did their research know that it's better to just get an SSD and control yourself what goes on it
  11. Then why would you consider optane in the first place?
  12. Just get a 120 or 240GB SSD instead.
  13. You do not want living stuff inside a computer watercooling loop. Not only does it look disgusting, clog your waterblocks, and contaminate the fluid with biomatter, but it probably also eats away at the nickel plating and other metals of the loop by increasing the pH level of the fluid. If you want it to glow, use UV fluid and UV lighting, or the thermaltake LED fittings.