foxhound590

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About foxhound590

  • Title
    The Fox

System

  • CPU
    i7 5820
  • Motherboard
    x99 deluxe
  • RAM
    32Gb
  • GPU
    gtx970
  • Case
    fractal arc xl
  • Storage
    1x 850 256GB 1x sandisk 120GB 1x WD black 4TB 3x Barracuda 2TB 3x wd green 2TB 1x Barracuda 3TB
  • Display(s)
    ve278q
  • Cooling
    h105
  • Keyboard
    ducky shine 3
  • Mouse
    rat7

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    Male
  • Location
    sydney AUS

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    https://robertsspaceindustries.com/citizens/fox590

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  1. @Craftsman_2222 it could be that that the motherboard is initialising all the peripherals and disk drives before allowing the boot to happen my computer takes an age to boot because of this (lots of HDD's) so try booting with only the boot drive, screen, keyboard and mouse
  2. well they did become a toy shop but it is sad to see them go
  3. +1 to winds comment mel to syd nothing moved even with the me having to manhandle it in to a car
  4. as long as you are not getting droplets of water forming on the pc is should be fine
  5. the guys over here may be able to help http://www.rockraidersunited.com/forum/170-legoland/
  6. i have had a similar problem with my old x58 rig. i ended up basically rebuilding the system and it fixed itself and is working to this day tho i suspect it had to do with a sata connector that was loose or light corrosion on one of the many connectors in the rig. also as GzeroD stated before x58 was picky is its ram some boards just wouldn't recognize certain ran evan some ram that was validated for the chips
  7. from the project m website https://projectmgame.com/ from that i think the project has bean shutdown tho it was a good mod
  8. in chrome it is under advances settings in the settings menu
  9. yep those ide/pata/40pin cable where a pain to deal with and scsi cables where a real pain 80 pin if i am remembering corectly
  10. i remember when that hardware was new and those where the days when cable origami existed. ah the old days
  11. looks like you got yourself some old pentium 1/2 rigs your making me feel old
  12. on a glass surface your fingers gradually move from there original position the bump and curve on keys is there to stop this happening
  13. they needed to include alot of the back story that was in the comic's/novels. without that knowledge your left grasping at straws trying to figure out what is going on.
  14. not for 8k it isnt also that zoom
  15. for you anything