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About Thinkfreely

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    [ECG] Think_Freely
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  • 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.


  • CPU
    Ryzen 9 3950X
  • Motherboard
    Asrock Steel X570
  • RAM
    Gskill Trident Z 3600 cs 16-18-18-38
  • GPU
    EVGA 2080TI FTW
  • Case
    NZXT s340 Elite Matte Black/White
  • Storage
    Mushkin Enhanced Reactor 2.5" 1TB SATA III, 2 TB WD Black M.2's, 6tb Seagate HHD
  • PSU
    EVGA 210-GQ-1000-V1 1000W
  • Display(s)
    27 1440p IPS 165hz Acer Predator, 28 UHD 4k Sieki Pro 60hz.
  • Cooling
    Ryou 240 RGB Oled Aio
  • Keyboard
    MechanicalEagle Z-88 RGB Backlit 104 Keys Mechanical Gaming
  • Mouse
    Jelly Comb 4000 DPI RGB Led mouse
  • Sound
    Codec C 412
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. I have both those cpus, there is at most 5% difference in gaming. So if you buy the 3700x do it for the ability to do other things then game.
  2. So I have wanted to build a mini ITX pc for a minute. Recently I got given an old SGO8 Silverstone and decided to use parts I had left over to create something new! Its going to be my workbench pc, so I let things go I normally wouldn't (paint spots, acrylic mistakes etc) But ultimately I am happy with it! Original Case
  3. I do a lot more modding now a days (working on mini ITX build right now). But getting good at acrylic modding and built a case basement for a friend. I think it came out great!
  4. No idea what kind shit your doing that is red and white.......and I don't want to haha
  5. Got an old SGO8 from silverstone for basically free and doing a white and red themed MINI itx build in it. However I don't have a name yet! Anyone have a good name for a white and red themed build?
  6. So are those permanent and heat resistant?
  7. So I have been doing a ton of acrylic modding (backplates, covers, shrouds etc) But up until now I have just been using spray paint, which has been fine as I haven't done more then 3-5 colors. However a friend of mine is paying me for a DBZ GPU back plate, but he asked if I could paint in the characters. I use printed stencils so i can make the lines perfect, but it would be to complex to spray paint, so I want to hand paint it. Does anyone know of permanent hand paints I can use on Acrylic? I know I could just spray a bunch of spray paint into a cap then quickly pain the areas, but this seems wasteful and I would be happy to buy a kit if they sell something that fits my need.
  8. I love my https://www.amazon.com/Acer-Predator-XB271HU-Abmiprz-2560x1440/dp/B01N11QIYW/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=1440p+gsync&qid=1576694648&s=electronics&sr=1-5 I bought it on sale years ago for right around $325 (It was a blowout at a going out of business Electronics store) It retailed for like $800 and now it its under $400 and I still love it.
  9. My only critique is I would go with the AM4 platform so you have upgrade options.
  10. So one of the things I am thinking about is using a noctua nu12A on the cpu (Currently have a Ryuo 240 but the pump is damn loud) And then using that molotow marker to paint the noctua fans (I know the cardinal sin but eggnog tan and shit brown won't really go with the build) I figure the thinness of that marker paint will help alleviate throwing off any balance to the fans.
  11. Sorry haven't been on in a minute. Basically a paint that can be used on ram heatsink or metal heatsinks on the motherboard without it being thermally conductive but being able to withstand the heat, and chrome colored.
  12. Do you know what the thermal flash point is for it though?