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About r3loAded


  • CPU
  • Motherboard
    Asus B250i ROG Strix
  • RAM
    2x4GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 3000Mhz
  • GPU
    Asus GTX 1080 ROG Strix
  • Case
    Phanteks Evolv ITX
  • Storage
    250GB Samsung 850 EVO M.2
  • PSU
    Corsair CX750M Grey
  • Display(s)
    Asus ROG Swift PG279Q
  • Cooling
    AIGO 120MM AIO
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 LUX RGB
  • Mouse
    Corsair M65 Gaming RGB
  • Sound
    Corsair VOID 7.1 Wireless
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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    sleep and relaxation
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  1. BWR - my new personal PC (again)

    I know. I love it. I was very close to sell it but it came back to me :)). (soarta a vrut sa fie in favoarea mea. vandusem build-ul la in client dar a avut probleme si l-a returnat. problema erau niste extensii pt gpu si cpu care in full load faceau ca PC-ul sa se restarteze. easy fix)
  2. BWR - my new personal PC (again)

    Hi everyone. So today I'm back with a new personal build. Not that I wasn't happy with my previous one (see signature) but I kind of got bored and even though I like those ring fans, there's too much light. So I had in hands a couple of components and there was a colour idea that kept coming in my mind. So I gave it a try. It's not yet my personal build but will most definitely will be as I'm quite excited about it and eager to finish it The colour combination will be BLACK WHITE and RED. I think I might've went a little bit too far with the combination and it might look a little bit too much mixing of colours, but that can be changed. That's the SSDs and cable extensions. nothing that cannot be tweaked to look better:) Please do remember that I build only with used components and I don't get to choose their colour. So I do my best to keep everything in colour. Components list: - i7-4790k - Asus Z97 Sabertooth Mark S (Sabranco) - 16GB Avexir White DDR3 2400MHz - Asus GTX 1080 Strix Gaming (from my current build) - NZXT X41 AIO - Corsair CX750M (grey) - 128GB Hynix SSD + 128GB Sandisk Z400s SSD (new) + my old 320GB HDD (will have to replace this one at some point) - NZXT S340 Elite - 3x140mm + 1x120mm fans For now I got only 3 pics where you can see current progress and the cable extensions that I ordered. Cable extensions: - WHITE for the GPU - the PSU cover is RED and the GPU is BLACK, so you guessed it, WHITE it is - BLACK for the 24PIN extensions - the mobo is white and the flat "thingy" that covers that cable is RED. SO BLACK it is - 8PIN CPU extension - the mobo is white again and the surrounding area is black, so RED is left to fill in the picture
  3. Colour scheme build

    I kept searching for similar build on google and youtube but not many and not the idea I'm going for. This is the closest one
  4. Colour scheme build

    Yep. Just bought the case + aio combo for £50. I got in stock an H60 2013 Edition and an H110i V2 (but the V2 I might sell it today). I build and sell gaming PCs as sane keeping hobby I don't have Photoshop and have never used it. Also, there won't be any light in it (almost, te aio and ram have lights), just plain colours. Thanks for the idea though Already got the components
  5. Colour scheme build

    Hi everyone. I'm looking to make a new build that will have the colour scheme: BLACK RED WHITE (not necessarily in this order) Shortly, I'll be using an NZXT S340 Elite Black&Red and will have white components installed in it: Asus Z97 Sabertooth Mark S, Avexir White DDR3 Ram, 1xWhite and 1xBlack SSD and thinking about installing fans with white fins. The GPU will be all black and the CPU cooler will be an NZXT X41 (for which I'll set the colour to RED for contrast with the white motherboard) I want to see some similar builds. So if you have one that has this colour scheme, please post a picture here (1 picture is enough if it shows the interior). Thank you in advance
  6. What is this Worth£?

    I build and sell gaming PCs on a regular basis and of course I buy components for the builds. I would estimate that bundle for £250 tops. That's roughly $350 (close to Matthew's estimate).
  7. hearing the system work

    From the above mentioned only the GPU might be a reason. Other reasons: - PSU - HDD if you have one
  8. Cellphone Roaming Battery Drain

    You asked, as the title of the thread says, if the battery will drain faster if on roaming. How long a battery should last it's up to different usage scenarios. Also, when outside, if you have brightness on auto, the backlight will always be a little bit brighter than if you would've used the phone in house. The scenario that the battery is drained faster on roaming, IMO, it has no impact. The impact is using the phone connected to the network (not necessarily having data on) vs. using the phone on airplane mode.
  9. Cellphone Roaming Battery Drain

    That difference will be seen with any other phone in same scenario. It's normal to have a bigger battery drain when you're connected to the network than when you're or airplane mode. Not a connoisseur myself, but I would guess roaming shouldn't take a bigger toll on your battery (shouldn't, I'm not 100% sure). It's still connecting to tower cells if you wouldn't be in roaming. Don't imagine that if you're in roaming it'll connect to the country of origin tower cells. It's just using the country in residence tower cells. Again, this is my logic and not 100% sure. But that's the way I see it. And again, that difference is totally normal considering you keep the phone on airplane mode in the house.
  10. Will GPU prices ever go down?

    I will sell them eventually as I build gaming PCs to sell them for a little bit of profit. I gather components wherever I can get my hands from, I assembly them and sell them. But I'm more worried that I won't find any GPUs for decent prices to do other builds
  11. Will GPU prices ever go down?

    At the moment I have in stock GPUs for 4 PCs. I got a GTX 1080, a GTX 980, a GTX 970 and a GTX 770 4GB. I am pretty confident in my negotiation skills but at some point they'll be useless as long I won't be able to find one at least for a decent price.
  12. Will GPU prices ever go down?

    You reckon it'll be higher? I won't be able to build PCs anymore and sudden depression will engulf me and eat myself inside out. I'm doomed to die this year then.
  13. I7 7700 + 1080 ? Advice.

    Easy as everybody else said but you need to make sure you have a decent power supply? Do you know the model of your power supply?
  14. GTX 1080ti Poor Performance

    That's true as well. He shouldn't get lower FPS. Maybe he should try a DDU (he didn't mentioned about it, he only said that he simply uninstalled old ones and installed new ones) Also, @WarpedRainbow98 what PSU you have in your PC?
  15. GTX 1080ti Poor Performance

    As racer243l said, and I agree, you got CPU bottleneck at 1080p, especially with a 1080 Ti. Also if I'm not mistaken PUBG likes cores and speedy ones and on top of that it's not fully optimised. Bottom line, at 1080p, your graphics card is more powerful than your CPU. Which translates into 100% load on CPU and lower than 100% load on the GPU, and that equals CPU bottleneck.