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About Schnoz

  • Title
    The Mythical Schnoz
  • Birthday February 8

Contact Methods

  • Discord
    i'm lonely
  • Steam
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  • Origin
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  • UPlay
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  • Battle.net
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  • PlayStation Network
    i'm lonely
  • Xbox Live
    i'm lonely
  • Star Citizen
    i'm lonely
  • Reddit
    [hidden for protection]
  • Twitch.tv
    i'm lonely
  • Twitter
    i'm lonely
  • Heatware
    i'm lonely

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    In the middle of your face
  • Interests
    Taking things apart, modding things, thermals, filling laptops with copper, ĉ̴̛̛̼̈̒͊͆̀̈́̈̐̈̕͝͝ͅy̵̔̀̎͐́͠ͅa̸͕̟͈̫̤̼͚͌̈́͗̅̅̄̈͆̊͝ņ̶̡̡̭͓͚̰͕͔͔͔͆̀ͅs̶̛̘̟͒͋̚̕͝é̵̢͍̬͕̞͊̈́̃͌̈́̇̑̅͐͌ͅͅ
  • Biography
    I probably won't type much right now because I'm going to pop open my rig right now and probably mess something up and
  • Occupation
    Exhausted Sophomore


  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 @4.25 GHz
  • Motherboard
    Modded AssRock AB350M
  • RAM
    16 GB T-Force Vulcan DDR4 (OC to 2866 MHz)
  • GPU
    Modded/massacred Sapphire Nitro+ 5700 XT
  • Case
    Cougar MG110
  • Storage
    256 GB PCIe x4 NVMe with custom heatsink
    3 TB WD Se 7200 RPM HDD with custom heatsink
  • PSU
    Coarse Air CX500M semimodular
  • Display(s)
    LG 2560 by 1080 Extra THICC
  • Cooling
    Kewl Master ML240 AIO, 5X Arctic P12 PWM PST 120mm fans, custom VRM, HDD, SSD heatsinks
  • Keyboard
    Aukey 87-key mechanical keyboard
  • Mouse
    the worst wired mouse ever
  • Sound
    Realteck ALC887 integrated garbage
  • Operating System
    Miachelsoft Binbows 10 Pro Education
  • Laptop
    Modded Bell Longtitude E7470 (6300U, 1x8, 1x2 GB DDR4-2133)

    Mods: SSD cooling with copper foil and thermal pads, one huge copper sheet covering CPU cooler, VRMs, and RAM

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  1. I wonder how that will work. One big concern is keeping the cost reasonable. Tacking $50 onto the price for dedicated sound hardware would benefit relatively few people and probably hurt sales due to that price. I'm wondering if they are using just talking about a nice integrated sound card (haven't watced the video yet), or if AMD built the sound hardware onto their die.
  2. What.






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    Top: Paying $60 for a game


    Bottom: Paying $1200 for a PC



    1. Pascal...


      Well yeah. 

    2. greenmax


      Im done revealing hidden content.


  5. In case you're having a bad day, here's a picture of a leapord:


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    1. Pascal...


      This can help too:


    2. Schnoz


      @Pascal... I like your puppers!

    3. Pascal...


      Thank you !

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    2. Schnoz


      @Kaloob But it is better than TikTok.

    3. Kaloob


      @Schnoz That's a low bar to pass.

    4. Schnoz


      @Kaloob Definitely true.

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    1. Kaloob


      The middle one is me when receiving $1 or more.

  8. I'm currently testing my loop with a high-pressure pump and a compound that boils at 34 C. So basically, as the compound (can't disclose for legal reasons) hits the copper base plate attached to the die, it will boil and transport a lot of heat with it. So even with a really low flow rate, the temperature stays the same as if it were at a much higher flow rate, as long as the fluid is not 100% vapor. It's got very impressive junction temps so far, and even at +50% power (340W), it cools very nicely.

  9. I just did the cleanest thermal paste job ever somehow. It's NT-H2 on a Navi 10 die.



  10. Rate my setup! xD


    yaaaay research


    Yes, that is a liquid-cooled 5700 XT.



    1. dizmo


      2 Shnozberries

  11. Ahh, so you're back ? Again ? huh. 


    And you bought a Switch Lite in gray (the exact same model as I have mind you) only to return it an half an hour later ? The hell are you doing ?


    Also what code was that ? I'm on my Smartphone rn so didn't bother to decode it.

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    2. Pascal...


      1st: Ima just now always tag you when I post stuff that's interesting for you in case you miss it.


      2nd: I mean, you really should have hidden it. Like buy a lockable anti theft backpack or just a straight up safe. You know that I have a Switch too and we could've had some fantastic time together playing games. 



    3. Schnoz


      @Pascal... Yeah, it was kinda my mistake for that...I think a better time to buy it would be in the future. For now, I'm just going to have to figure out how to set up Yuzu.

    4. Pascal...


      Ah man, of course you're going to do something like this. I do feel bad for you that you have to do things like these. Not that you wouldn't be able to pull it off but rather that you have to go out of your way to these kinds of things because of them.

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    1. Ultrasnoop


      i live in uranus

  13. You know you messed up when even the BSOD is broken.


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    2. will4623


      time to nuke windows!

    3. Schnoz


      @Ultrasnoop There was one (read: more than one, a LOT MORE) instance where I posted like 25 updates in half an hour and only stopped because the mods got pissed.

    4. Ultrasnoop


      like i said a while ago, if you shitpost enough the servers won't be able to handle it. therefore the mods can't mod you shit.

  14. "So what keyboard do you use?"




    "That's not a--"




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  15. AMD: The 5700 XT can tolerate up to 110 C operating temps


    Mine, a Sapphire Nitro+, one of the best on the market right now, artifacted at 108 (after I set the power limit to 150%). Make sure to keep your GPU cool to make sure it actually lasts more than a few years.