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Thinkfreely

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About Thinkfreely

  • Title
    Veteran

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  • Battle.net
    ThinkFreely
  • Origin
    Thinkfreely
  • Steam
    [ECG] Think_Freely
  • Twitch.tv
    https://www.twitch.tv/gearedinc
  • Twitter
    @gearedcorp
  • Website URL
  • Xbox Live
    GearedInc

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    North of the south pole, but south of the north pole. USA
  • Interests
    Football, baseball, gaming, technology, fitness, reading
  • Biography
    Originally from Guam. Mixed Island and Italian descent. First name Andrew
  • Occupation
    Hopefully one day Tech - For now finance.

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 2700x - Overclocked to 4.2hz
  • Motherboard
    MSI B350 PCMATE
  • RAM
    Corsair DDR4 16GB 3200 - Stable at 2933
  • GPU
    EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 SC -Hyrbid Water Cooled - Overclocked 2077
  • Case
    NZXT s340 Elite Matte Black/White
  • Storage
    Mushkin Enhanced Reactor 2.5" 1TB SATA III
  • PSU
    EVGA 210-GQ-1000-V1 1000W
  • Display(s)
    27 1440p IPS 165hz Acer Predator, 28 UHD 4k Sieki Pro 60hz.
  • Cooling
    Corsair 110i CPU AIO Liquid Cooler.
  • Keyboard
    MechanicalEagle Z-88 RGB Backlit 104 Keys Mechanical Gaming
  • Mouse
    Jelly Comb 4000 DPI RGB Led mouse
  • Sound
    Logitech 10 2.0 Desktop Speakers.
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Thinkfreely

    2080ti EVGA Black Hybrid Cooling

    Hits 2100 or above but fluctuates
  2. Thinkfreely

    Strix RX 580 Waterblock?

    I don't suggest spending money doing custom watercooling unless your using the top tier hardware. IE a 2700 -2700x or a 9700k - 9900k paired with a Radeon 7 or a RTX 2080 or higher. The performance for the money is not there. No point spending $200-$400 on a loop for a gpu that cost $200.
  3. Thinkfreely

    r7 2700x idle temp

    They aren't bad but they are a little high. My 2700x runs 30-40 idle overclocked and never breaks 60c under load, using a 240 Ryou AIo
  4. Thinkfreely

    2080ti EVGA Black Hybrid Cooling

    So those of you who follow me know that my 2080ti EVGA Black's cooling was absolutely abysmal. Hitting 84c under load. I used a better thermal paste to bring it down enough to overclock it, but it still stayed pegged at 84c. Part of that is due to my case airflow, but the majority is that the EVGA Black is the lowest binned sku for the 2080ti and Turing a horrible architecture when it comes to heat vs pascal. So I decided to water cool it with an aio. Went down to 65c now overclocked with 200 on the core and 700 on the memory. While still hot for an AIO, its much more acceptable, this is in a push pull configuration with a 50% fan curve which is very quiet.
  5. Thinkfreely

    False Copyright Claim?

    Hey guys and gals. So I wanted to share this experience and ask for feedback as it's quite bizarre. So I have my own little channel - which I will not name or give any links to as I don't want to break any forum rules and I am not promoting it in any way shape or form, I love the LTT community which is why I am posting this here and on reddit. Recently I got a copyright ID claim on a video I made a little ways back. Now the video in question only made something like $.08 cents so its not a big deal financially. But the reason and the perpetrator of the copyright ID claim is whats so damn perplexing. The video is about the supposed advantage that the Vega 7 may have in Resident Evil 2 due to it's larger size of memory in super high settings. The copyright ID claim, which isn't a strike but demonetizes the video is based on this. Copyrighted content: FSP Windale 6 Claimed by: Netd Influencer 1 Now I have no clue who Netd Influencer is, but FSP is the manufacturer of that cpu cooler, which is not mentioned, shown or or represented in any way in the video. I don't know how you would even copyright ID claim something like that in the first place, unless I was like presenting myself as selling and making that product. Anyone else know of scummy types that do this to basically just take the monetized revenue?
  6. Thinkfreely

    Budget Laser Cutter

    Thats very helpful. I am really getting into pc modding, and right now I cut acrylic with my motosaw/ by hand, but I really want to start doing software for precision.
  7. Thinkfreely

    Budget Laser Cutter

    But I have seen videos of people using DIY acrylic cutters that don't seem expensive?
  8. Thinkfreely

    Bye "Felicia" - The Pink Panther

    Already posted this on Reddit, but wanted to show my LTT Forum people some love. Built this for a friends wife, and a similar green one for his son. First time doing full mods for paint, gpu backplate, psu basement cover, and case modification.
  9. Thinkfreely

    Budget Laser Cutter

    I am fairly new to modding. I have done custom painting and acrylic pieces but I wanted to see if anyone know of a good laser cutter I can use for acrylic sheets that I can use in my garage? I know one of the concerns is certain engravers give off fumes, but I also know there are laser cutters that are safe in a open garage type situation. Any help on this would be great, looking for a maybe a DIY cutter for $200-$400.
  10. Thinkfreely

    What can I salvage from my old PC?

    So you should be able to take it all, but the biggest issue is the lack of Ram and GPU. whats your budget?
  11. Thinkfreely

    Testing Nvidia Freesync - How bad is it?

    v417.71 https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comments/ag5z8m/nvidia_freesync_monitor_testing_master_list/
  12. Thinkfreely

    Testing Nvidia Freesync - How bad is it?

    You have to have Windows 10 for it work. If you upgrade it should recognize it.
  13. Thinkfreely

    Testing Nvidia Freesync - How bad is it?

    Proved my point and AMD being in a really bad position with this.
  14. Thinkfreely

    Testing Nvidia Freesync - How bad is it?

    Well my thought is it shouldn't be about the HZ, it's on them to ensure there is compatibility. However I don't think the monitor you tested is on the supported list, so I would be interested to see the same thing tested with a supported monitor.
  15. Thinkfreely

    Testing Nvidia Freesync - How bad is it?

    is that the max refresh on the Monitor? Or the max it would work to.
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