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Creepycrum

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About Creepycrum

  • Title
    Newbie

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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Colorado Springs, CO
  • Interests
    Linux Computing
  • Occupation
    Metrologist

System

  • CPU
    AMD Athlon II x255
  • RAM
    12.3 Gb DDR2
  • GPU
    NVIDIA Corporation GK107 [GeForce GTX 650] (rev a1)
  • Case
    Corsair 100R
  • Storage
    750GB
  • PSU
    Insiginia 550W
  • Display(s)
    Dell 24"
  • Cooling
    Air - 5 Fans
  • Keyboard
    Logitech
  • Mouse
    Logitech
  • Sound
    Integrated sound
  • Operating System
    Linux Debian 10 (Buster)

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  1. I believe they are good, however, it's a vendor dependent issue. I personally do not go to the store. I'm like you., I will order on-line. I've gotten some good deals in the past and I hope to get a few this up-coming BF and CM.
  2. I'm known for not making sense, it's my trademark.
  3. I've done a lot of that, just want to have a name brand just for show off
  4. I' m thinking of purchasing my first ever, high-end pre-build pc. I just hesitating due to the water cooling.
  5. I have five air fans on my system but it's quiet. I think its the type of blade that are in use. However, my system and the type of CPU that I have does not generate enough heat to have five fans .... LoL... Now I wonder, I'm probably exaggerating this build with so many fans.
  6. I agree with you about the durability point. That's a really a good point.
  7. LoL... I live in cold weather land. I disagree about water, water is not a good coolant. From wikipedia - A coolant is a substance, typically liquid or gas, that is used to reduce or regulate the temperature of a system. An ideal coolant has high thermal capacity, low viscosity, is low-cost, non-toxic, chemically inert and neither causes nor promotes corrosion of the cooling system. However, I'm decided, going with fans rather than using water cooling. Beside I don't do heavy duty gaming. I'm still living with Donkey Kong, Pac-man, and day of defeat... LoL.. Call me ancient.
  8. I'm very aware of that., having fixed and discarded lots of electronics damaged by sea-water and other corrosive substance. However, any liquid you insert into electronics is a receipt for disaster. That's my point of view .. those nice high-gaming computers look nice with all the tubing in it, but its hard to spend hard earned cash on something that may burst some time in a near future. That's why I keep using old discarded PC's going back to pre-histotic cpu's. Look I'm still living with an AMD II x255. Cooling just air flow.
  9. ahh! Question for you. Clogging! Wow! What type of substance these water coolers use? Car coolant? Because water does not seem like a good cooling agent. I'm going to take another look at the Linus Alienware Area-51., can't recall if that system was water cooled.
  10. LoL... Yes, Creepycrum is just the day of defeat gaming name ... I have to research water cooling some more before I make a final buying decision on a pre-build pc.
  11. Yes, I've seen some of his spills too. I have 5 fans on my old renewed desktop. I'm hesitating to purchase new pc with water cooling.
  12. Been there done that, spilling beer and soda on my laptop and keyboards. I feel afraid to use water cooling in a PC case. I prefer air cooling.
  13. I'm new to water cooling PC's. However, I'll have to say that, I think, I'm not a fan of inserting water or any other type of substance into an electronic component. From experience, repairing electronic components, water damage is the worst. I wonder if, anyone has had spilled liquids in their cases?
  14. I'm here to learn about new computers.  See, I've always had used old computers, handed down or discarded computers.  I have worked those pc's, renewing them to something better that what the old was.  I have never purchased a new pc. Now is my time for me to buy a pre-build new system.  I'm thinking about Alienware, Area 51.  I'm open to criticism and suggestions about my choice. :D 

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