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georgeghazi

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  • Birthday 1988-03-15

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    Colour technician

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    Intel i5-4690k
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    ASUS Sabertooth Z97 Mark S
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    Nvidia Geforce GTX 970
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    Phanteks Enthoo Luxe White
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    Corsair VS550
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    Dell UltraSharp U2713HM
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    Custom Watercooling
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    Logitech backlit
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    Logitech Z5500
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    Windows 8.1 Pro

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  1. yeah to much work to run through the veranda and roof
  2. yeh only problem is that is close to 30 metres away
  3. Well based on a little research it seems like steam doesn't have support for the G27 in streaming yet
  4. so I'm wondering if anyone has managed to get a logitech g27 racing wheel working on a client pc using steam in home streaming. I cant seem to get it going, I have the software installed on both pc's and it worked fine when I had it connected to the host pc. Is it possible? can it be done? has anyone been able to do it?
  5. If you count everything roughly around $4000. although that wasn't all at once obviously
  6. posted a video of it on youtube if anyone is interested.
  7. With the speed at which technology is moving I'd say 1-2 years before its no longer considered "next gen"
  8. Yeah I may one day make white plates for them that sit just above the highest point of the pcb's to give it a cleaner look. but I like having the boards exposed like that, gives it more of a mechanical feeling. (might not be the right word im looking for)
  9. I dont think you can paint over a pcb like that. when Linus done it, he just painted the plastic parts on the board eg: pci-e slots. I could be wrong but im pretty sure.
  10. Forum ID: georgeghazi Build Title: "Project Iceberg" The Ultimate Watercooled Gaming Wall Thread URL: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/365700-project-iceberg-the-ultimate-water-cooled-gaming-wall/ Description: An Idea I had for many years, financially held back from attempting it until recently. The idea was to bring my pc and game consoles together, wall mount and watercool them all. It's a big project and it all stays cool, hence the name "Iceberg"(first thing that popped in my head). I built it all from the ground up, basically coming up with more ideas on how to mount parts as i worked through. I had a rough idea in my head of how i wanted it to look but certain obstacles got in the way and I had to improvise. I was sure on a couple things from the beginning, that was the white and blue theme and the glowing company logos. I'm happy with the result though if there is one thing i may change in the future its the flexible tubing to hardline acrylic.
  11. you probably could but I wouldnt have the slightest idea how lol
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