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Everything posted by dev1234567890

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    What does your company offer as a work computer?

    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.
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    Sydney has gone RGB

    Sydney has been modded!
  3. 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.
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    Best way to transport gaming pc

    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.
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    Lights dimming on amp, sub distorts, power issue?

    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
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    Thin Walls, Would Sound Absorbing / Acoustic Panels Help?

    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?
  7. Thanks Your a trooper!
  8. Thanks mate, you'd you rope into stay back to get it up?
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    the roast

    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.
  10. Hi Guys and Girls, I have a little problem in making a decision on what hardware to put in my cases. To make matters a bit more challenging I have tickets to LTX BYOC and will be taking the smaller rig to it, so keep that in mind for the below choices: Main tower case is Corsair 750D Motherboard is Asus Maximus XI Extreme AX1200i power Fully watercooled Second travel/LAN case is Louqe Ghost S1 Motherboard is Asus ROG Z390-I ITX SilverStone SST-SX800-LTI Fully watercooled Options: CPU's: Intel i7-8700K @5ghz Intel i9-9900k @5ghz Both can be water cooled with EK block or corsair AIO GPU's: GTX 1080Ti RTX 2080Ti both are water-cooled with EK blocks The obvious choice is to keep both the i9 and RTX together and i7 and GTX together. I can put the i9 and RTX in the Corsair 750D for the best cooling and performance but I would really like to take the best LAN computer to LTX which would mean putting them in the Ghost S1. Could I please get some opinions and pros and cons from everyone. Thanks in advance.
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    Which hardware in which Case problem

    That's my problem, the 8700 and 1080 is currently in the S1 and I've just finished the water cooling loop for it. The 9900 is in the 750d with the Corsair AIO and 2080 is still fan cooled. Not sure if I have the time to put the ek block on the 2080 and change everything over to the S1, and then put the 8700 and 1080 in the 750d and finish a full loop for that. God damn it, I need a clone.
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    Longest Distance Travelling

    My fellow Aussie's will probably be the furthest, but i'm from Sydney so about 12000 km trip. The guys from Perth will do 14800 km to get there.
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    Concrete Load Capacity

    Based on it being a home and having brick walls taking the load, its going to be a no. You would need at a minimum concrete reinforced columns holding up that slab and the slab would also need to be at minimum 200mm thick 32mpa concrete. The columns would also need there own pad footings/slab and piered down into load bearing ground. Unless you have all the answers to the above for an engineer to look at you'll be wasting your time getting someone in to look at it.
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    Take it easy mate, he's not attacking anyone! We're all friends here. How about we help him by giving him programs to use: CPU testing and benchmarking: Intel extreme tuning utility CPU-Z Cinebench GPU testing and benchmarking: MSI Afterburner with Kombustor Unigine Heaven Benchmark
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    Concrete Load Capacity

    Need more info, what's holding the slab up, walls, columns, brick block or concrete? How far apart are the walls below supporting that room? Is it a house or industrial/commercial building?
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    Recommendation for compact travel mechanical keyboard

    Thanks Guys, I've had a look at each of the options listed and in my travels I found a vortex race in stock so I snapped it up. Thanks again.
  17. As per the title, looking for a mechanical keyboard thats compact that I can travel to LAN parties with, and put in my carry on for plane trips with my Ghost S1 case. I liked the look and design of the Vortex Race 3 Aluminium, but looks like they are no longer in production and sold out everywhere. Can anyone recommend something similar? Will be paired with a corsair M65 pro mouse in white.
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    Need help finding wireless earbuds that can hear outside noise.

    Nuheara IQ buds Can control what you hear from your phone or use the presets. They actually work pretty well.
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    Cleaning Thermal Compound

    First aid wipes are the best I've found. Little silver packet that comes with a pre prepared isopropyl alcohol soaked little towel thats made to not come apart. No mess, no fuss, cheap as chips from your pharmacy/chemist.
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    LTX 2019 Featuring DreamHack Questions Megathread

    Thanks Colton, I did get it, looking forward to meeting everyone again but with a bit more time to chat, thanks for the opportunity! Antony
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    LTX 2019 Featuring DreamHack Questions Megathread

    Hi Colton, When will you be contacting the VIP ticket holders? Thanks mate
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    LTX Office Tour

    Pretty sure the office tour's are on the friday and LTX starts the next day on the saturday. So looks like you will need to show up at the office location, 18643 52 Ave #104, Surrey, BC V3S 8E5, Canada, I would guess 15 mins before your scheduled tour time. It looks like a 45 min drive from the convention centre and about 2 hrs on public transport.
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    What rig will you bring to the LAN party?

    I decided to build a new gaming LAN rig to bring. Was lucky enough to get some help from the Louqe guys and they are sending me a Ghost S1 with 2 x large tophats, so i'm going to pack it full with the following: i9-9900k @ 5ghz (silicon lottery-delidded) Strix Z390-I Gaming ITX board Evga RTX 2080ti black Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200 2 x 16gb for 32 Gb total 512gb 960 Pro Samsung M.2 and a custom loop for both cpu and gpu with dual rads top and bottom, hence the 2 x large top hats. I'll put a build up when all the parts arrive. Does anyone have any recommendations for a good travel keyboard and mouse?
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    LTX 2019 Ticket Sales Start TOMORROW!

    Awesome, That's an even better idea, make sure you advertise that, its a good draw card.
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    LTX 2019 Ticket Sales Start TOMORROW!

    Just a cheeky question for the VIP ticket holders, but do you think we could come in to the office early and watch the WAN show live on friday arvo?