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About TheRadioSnake

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  • Birthday February 14

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Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    Blep HQ, Unknown, USA
  • Interests


  • CPU
    Intel Core i5 6600K (4.1 GHz)
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z170-A Pro
  • RAM
    16GB PNY Anarchy (2133 MHz) DDR4
  • GPU
    EVGA SSC 1060 6GB
  • Case
    NZXT S340 (Plastidipped Black)
  • Storage
    WD 1TB Blue HDD / SanDisk Z400s 128GB SSD
  • PSU
    EVGA 500W Bronze
  • Display(s)
    1X Asus VG245H
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo / 3 Random Case Fans
  • Keyboard
    Logitech [Something]
  • Mouse
    Corsair Scimitar RGB
  • Sound
    Random @$$ Logitech Speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home
  • PCPartPicker URL
  1. So I got a Raspberry Pi, right? And I love using NOOBS because of how simple it is to pick between a variety of OS' on startup (ones that're already installed, of course). But I was wondering if there was a PC equivalent to this, as I boot 5 OS' on a kinda frequent basis (Win 10, Win 7, Parrot, Ubuntu, and Mint). I'd just like a GUI on startup that lets me pick between OS'. And as always, thanks for any help!
  2. ALRIGHT. So, I'm making a mock-up list/design for a custom LAN PC. I'm using a case that I've never used in a build (and a form factor I've never bothered to deal with), the Silverstone RVZ01B-E (As the title would suggest). I'm only truly struggling with the PSU due to the particular size constraints with the case (the PSU's length cannot exceed 130mm in length). However, I'm attempting to put either a platinum or titanium rated, fully-modular PSU inside, but I cannot find a great contender. This is especially made difficult because the **base PC of the setup needs to stay below $1500 due to preference. This means that I cannot spend anymore than $145 on a PSU. The wattage is another thing, also based on preference, the wattage should rate between 650 watts and 750 watts. Lastly, I would hope for a decent warranty. Since this PC will be used in various places, the risk is increased that parts could be damaged, or malfunction, a warranty would give the user peace of mind while traveling. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated, and any advice would be too! **Note: The base PC doesn't include the Intel Optane drive or the magnetic dust filters, since they aren't vital to the operation of the PC. PC Part Picker List Link: http://bit.ly/LANQ318 EDIT: Problem solved
  3. TheRadioSnake

    Plasti-dipping Motherboard

    Yeah, but he dips everything, including vital parts to the PC, which then cause them to overheat. Honestly as I think it over, dipping/cutting a piece of acrylic would be easier
  4. My motherboard isn't the most pleasing to the eye; It's quite ugly. I was going to but some plasti dip over the PCB to make it (majority) black. I don't know where exactly, besides the ports/slots and the heat syncs, to cover up with masking tape to avoid thermal issues. Any help would be appreciated! Also: I know this is very risky, but it's a risk I'm willing to take. Worst case, I can peel the plasti dip off (hopefully).
  5. TheRadioSnake

    Opinion on PC Build

    Solid build, the processor is a bit overkill for the other hardware you have though