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Derrk

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About Derrk

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  • Location
    82.8628° S, 135.0000° E

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 2700x
  • Motherboard
    X470-F Gaming
  • RAM
    Team Dark Pro 16gb 3200mhz
  • GPU
    EVGA 1080 Ti SC Black
  • Case
    Meanit 5 PM
  • PSU
    Corsair SF600
  • Display(s)
    Dell S2817Q
  • Cooling
    EKWB Full Custom

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  1. Derrk

    Front Panel Mesh Mod?

    this looks really clean, i'm looking for something a little tighter to act as a dust catcher tho. I have individual silverstone dust filters on my 3 intake fans (from an old case) but i want something i can clean off without having to take the front panel off to get at those 3 fans. So far bug netting sounds the best, but i don't know if it has the aesthetic quality i want as well. In a perfect world, i'd like something metal, black or paint-able without blocking airflow, and fine enough to catch dust. I've found a couple really fine metal mesh sheets on amazon, but they're $20 and i figure this mod shouldn't cost that much
  2. So I've been planning on doing this mod for a while, but then got distracted by life. My front intake is incredibly choked so i've been running my pc without the front panel for a month or so. The front panel is glass with very tiny slits on the sides for air. I plan on popping the glass off of the plastic, and replacing it with some sort of mesh. I don't know what kind of material i should use that would be effective at catching dust and look good. I have no concern for sound dampening, just getting sick at looking at my case without a front panel. Here are some pics of my front panel in its current state. any advice on what material to use and possibly conceal the edges?
  3. samsung b-die, with the fastest clock speeds and lowest latency. After around 3200mhz and CL14, the price to performance ratio starts to drop heavily
  4. Derrk

    Phantom GPU Problem

    did you uninstall/DDU the drivers from the 460 and update the drivers for the 580? That could be your issue. Its also possible that you received a faulty 580
  5. Derrk

    Graphics Card Advise

    970 is still a decent card for 1080p 60hz gaming. the only thing that really holds it back is the 4gb of vram. You could upgrade if it's within your budget, but i wouldn't say its necessary unless you have issues with it
  6. just bought steep on steam. If anyone wants to gnar the gnarliest gnar let me know!

  7. Derrk

    Upgraded mobo, now it won't boot from NVme

    you need to reinstall windows on the boot drive
  8. Derrk

    Help with fan usage on itx motherboard

    yeah, that'll work with AM4
  9. Derrk

    Just upgraded my pc it aint working

    is it possible that a wire somewhere got disconnected in the case? If you only changed the cpu, there shouldn't be these issues. Have you tried unplugging the gpu? I'd try that and boot with your monitor plugged into the motherboard
  10. Derrk

    Just upgraded my pc it aint working

    are you getting any output on your screen? even with the integrated graphics?
  11. Derrk

    Just upgraded my pc it aint working

    what isn't working? does it fail to post? does it fail to boot?
  12. Derrk

    Correct Temperatures?

    the temps look fine & pretty normal. I wouldn't worry unless you reach mid 80s however with 3 exhaust, and 2 intake fans fighting a radiator, i'm sure you have negative pressure in you're case. You might see somewhat better temps if you can get your case to positive pressure, although it would probably be negligible
  13. Derrk

    thinking about selling my graphic card

    if you need the money, you'd be better off having a pc without a graphics card, or just selling the whole pc sorry OP
  14. Derrk

    New Dell Inspiron Desktop

    you may have to reinstall windows onto the SSD. If the new pc has different specs, it can cause a world of hurt (might not even boot) just remember to back up anything important
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