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dev1234567890

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About dev1234567890

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    Male
  • Location
    Sydney

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  • CPU
    9900k @5.1ghz
  • Motherboard
    Z390 Maximus Extreme XI
  • RAM
    64gb 3200mhz Corsair vengeance
  • GPU
    EVGA RTX2080ti black
  • Case
    Corsair 750D
  • Storage
    960 & 950 pro M.2, Intel 600p M.2, Seagate 2tb x 2
  • PSU
    Corsair AX1200
  • Display(s)
    BENQ XL2410, BENQ BL2405
  • Cooling
    Custom Double loop CPU and GPU
  • Keyboard
    Black Widow Chroma
  • Mouse
    M65
  • Sound
    Sennheiser HD58X Jubilee
  • Operating System
    10 Pro

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  1. If you house was wired by your uncle and father, who are not electricians, you've got bigger issues that can't be fixed with one simple cheap device. As above, you have bigger issues than your computer to worry about. In the meantime, you'll have to deal with the problems, but I would at least get a surge protected power block and plug everything into that, for a little bit of protection.
  2. It will provide a regulated output with no spikes, drops or issues no matter whats happening on the other side.
  3. Get a UPS and plug everything into that. Cyberpower or APC if you can get them in the UK.
  4. Build I finished about 3-4 months ago. Photo's then the specs: Case: Louke Ghost S1 MkII + 2 Large top hats MBoard: Asus ROG STRIX Z390-I GAMING CPU: Intel i7-8700k @5ghz GPU: EVGA GTX 1080ti RAM : Corsair 32GB 3200Mhz PSU: Silverstone SFX 800 W 80+ Titanium Memory: Samsung 960 Pro 512gb Cooling: Custom loop - 2 x 240 rads (one on the top with 2 noctua fans, one on the bottom with 2 EK Varder fans), EK-DDC 3.2 PWM (12V PWM pump), EK GTX1080ti block, EK Velocity CPU block, soft tubing with EK black fittings.
  5. Yep. Tarran again had the fist bump going this year and I think he is on to something.
  6. Feedback from an Aussie with family attending for a second year. I'll add a few of items that would be nice to include next year. 1. Set up lines for each booth with approximate waiting times posted along the length of the line, so people can see how long they will wait if they join the line at that point. It will help people decide if they want to join the line and also set expectations when waiting in line. This would have been good for the VR booth as on the day I saw a short line near the end of the day with about 10-12 people in it and thought great, I'll take the kids in for their first VR experience, but it still ended up being a 30 min wait. Also for booths with set times and set amount of participants you could indicate on the sign that its 4 people at a time and goes for 10 minutes each time, etc. 2. Sit down areas and rest areas. Maybe some comfy chairs and coffee tables etc. Especially for the plus ones and kids who are dragged around all day and could sit down and rest for bit while their father keeps going around and waiting in lines etc. 3. Do a preorder for merch, so you can just show up and pick up on the day. Would cut down processing time a lot. 4. The charity auction biding and cut off time was again bit unfair. Last year I put a few big bids for some items and at the end was outbid by someone who came in at the end and looked through the lists for the highest bid and just upped it by 1 dollar. Same agin this year, at 4pm on the saturday there was a mad rush with everyone grabbing clipboards and putting in the highest bids by a dollar. I think it should be either a true silent auction, where you drop in your bid and details into a box without being able to see the other bids, or an hour before the cutoff, take away the clipboards and if anyone wants to bid have them tell the attendants who can record it without telling them the current highest bid. 5. Get a meet and greet area for Luke set up. He was stuck all day saturday at the main entrance hallway. Or give him and the other main talent a handler, someone who can take them through the crowds and politely tell fans sorry he is busy right now but will be at the meet and greet booth at these times. Other than that it was a great event again and my 2 boys, 5 and 10, loved it as well. I was a bit apprehensive about bringing them as last year was a bit of a mad house with kids running around everywhere, but this year was great. Everything was structured and organised and it really was a family event. Hope to see everyone again next year. P.S. Just arrived back in Sydney after extending our stay in Vancouver and then going on up to Alaska. If anyone is contemplating going, I highly recommend it. A beautiful part of the world to see and there is so much to do. Take the whole family, I will be again next year!
  7. Still using a 2012 built Mac pro: 2 x 2.4 GHz 6-Core Intel Xeon, 128 GB 1333 MHz DDR3, ATI Radeon HD 5870 1024 MB, 500gb and 1tb SSD's, 2x BenQ EW3270U Displays. Waiting for the new Mac pro to ship to upgrade, wanted to stay away from the trash can.
  8. Sydney has been modded!
  9. I ran a 5ghz 8700k on a h100i for a year, perfectly fine. This was after the h100i had a year on a 6800k. I am currently using it to cool a 9900k at 4.7ghz while i build my custom loop for it. So 3 years later its still doing a good job. If the price is right, go for it.
  10. I plan on taking my Ghost S1 on board with me in a backpack. Anyone know if I will have to empty the liquid out of the custom loop. It doesn't have a reservoir just 2 rads.
  11. Run at least 4gauge power and earth from your battery to your amp, the earth isn't necessary if you do the next 2 things, but I would still do it anyway. 1.Ground your amp to the nearest car chassis ground point with 4 gauge. 2.You should also upgrade the ground wire on your battery to the chassis in the engine bay with 4 gauge. Let us know how you go
  12. Build another wall with a 1 or 2 inch gap in front of the wall in question. Insulate it with acoustic batts and double sheet it with 13mm acoustic plasterboard. If you can mechanically fix it off inside the apartment and seal all sides it will work very well for medium cost. If you can't mechanically fix it then use fittings that decouple it from the floor ceiling and walls completely and seal around the gaps with rubber seals. Do you have budget in mind for this?
  13. I don't think you can. The uploaded versions will be edited I believe. However being the internet I'm sure someone saved the live feed somewhere.
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