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About A1200

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  • Birthday 1980-08-18

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Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    Suffolk UK
  • Interests
    Amiga and other Retro computing
    Ham Radio (callsign M0SAZ)
  • Occupation
    CEO @ Buyaparcel.com


  • CPU
    Intel i9 9900kf
  • Motherboard
    Aorus Z390 Pro
  • RAM
    HyperX 64gb (4x16gb) DDR4 3000MHz CL15
  • GPU
    ASUS Dual Fan GeForce RTX2080 Super EVO 8GB
  • Case
    Corsair 275R Airflow
  • Storage
    OS: Samsung 970 EVO Plus 1TB / Data: Samsung 860 EVO 1TB
  • PSU
    Corsair RM750x 80 PLUS Gold 750 W
  • Display(s)
    MSI Optix G241 24" IPS 144Hz
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D15 + 4x Noctua 120mm case fans
  • Keyboard
    MS Wired 600 Desktop
  • Mouse
    MS Wired 600 Desktop
  • Sound
    Onboard HD Audio
  • Operating System
    Win 10 Pro 64 Bit

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  1. Putting the PC nearer the monitor would look more impressive as a setup and hide the wires behind the desk.
  2. Blender BMW Render CPU: https://opendata.blender.org/benchmarks/d2a00b2d-889d-443f-a441-6c241ec61c9f/ Blender BMW Render GPU: https://opendata.blender.org/benchmarks/b39b8f81-13de-45d2-bc1d-02db7af77320/
  3. You need to drop everything before connecting it up - you could call the build ode to Linus.
  4. Cheers bud, I did cable manage it within an inch of it's life.
  5. So we have a lot of these Fujitsu machines at work and the oldest of them are now starting to fail - dry caps is my guess from the symptoms. So with one case I decided to pimp it a bit with stuff laying around the office. Its not the newest thing in the world but its another perfectly fine PC for the office for the next new starter or swapping out a dead machine. Yes I know the PSU is venting into the case but this PSU isn't getting warm on these specs - its actually pushing cool air in so its kinda circulating it around the CPU cooler and out the exhaust fan. Four things that made this build very easy compared with other Fujitsu machines we have seen. First off the IO plate is removable on this model - some of the port holes are cut out from the chassis itself. Second, the motherboard mounting posts were in the same place as the holes as the holes on the motherboard - they follow that standard which is good. Thirdly, some of these machines have the slim PSUs which there is less choice in the marketplace for. Lastly, the front LEDs/power switch header is in a single block but it followed the standard pattern to a normal motherboard. All very easy. I added a PCIe USB 3.0 port card for some more high speed IO options and the front USB and Audio ports are also functional. Despite being a small case and no inlet fans (that would have required some more involved modding), the machine runs stable and cool. A machine made from older parts which is still respectable in performance for desktop use today. Specs: CPU: Intel i7 3770k Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H77M-D3H RAM: Corsair Vengeance LP DDR3 1600 C10 4x8GB (32GB) GPU: ASUS GT1030 Passive cooled model Case: Fujitsu ESPRIMO P400 E85+ Storage: Gigabyte SSD 240GB PSU: Corsair CX450M 450W 80Plus Bronze Display: TBC Cooling: Noctua NH-U9S + 1x 90mm original case fan Keyboard: TBC Mouse: TBC Sound: Onboard Audio Operating System: Win 10 Pro 64 Bit Benchmark: https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/34440809 Yes, yes, userbenchmark, no no I can't be bothered to run anything else Pictures:
  6. This is impressive but when I hear about days of bleeding etc. I am glad I am 100% aircooled!
  7. Mainly for work, but stuck a fair gfx card in there just in case - you never know when we might need some 3D modelling lol. I know the exhaust fan a focused flow model from Noctua but I had it spare, and once the air is out, who cares how its being blown out hey? System runs nice. The i7 9700f is being limited in turbo'ing on more cores by the motherboard but again we had this in stock. For the utility of the machine this won't be a problem for some time by which time I will be able to buy a Z390 for £50! The specs: CPU: Intel i7 9700f Motherboard: Gigabyte H310M S2H 2.0 RAM: Corsair Vengeance 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4 3000MHz CL15 GPU: ASUS Dual Series GeForce GTX1660 Super 6GB GDDR6 EVO Case: Cooler Master MasterBox E500L Blue Storage (OS) Samsung 860 Evo 1TB M.2 SSD / (Data) Samsung 860 EVO 2TB PSU: Corsair RM550x 80 PLUS Gold 550W Display: LG 27MK600M-B 27" IPS Monitor Cooling: Noctua NH-U9S (dual fan config) + 1x 120mm & 1x 140mm Noctua case Fans Keyboard: MS Wired 600 Desktop Mouse: MS Wired 600 Desktop Sound: Onboard HD Audio Operating System: Win 10 Pro 64 Bit Benchmark: https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/34376190 (yes I know its UBM but its quick, standalone and I don't care lol) Pictures:
  8. @Siaamak I think they mean field of view - wider shot.
  9. Updated benchmarks - after tweaking got much more performance.
  10. Updated benchmarks - after tweaking got much more performance.
  11. Glad you went AMD - with Intel Unlocked the inmates would get out :)
  12. Hi I don't know if it helps, but a CR2032 is called that because it is 20mm in diameter, and 3.2mm in height. Not sure if that can be scalled up for the part you require?
  13. @CloudPC No paint scratching - who does that?
  14. I have never grounded myself. Been working with hardware since the 90s, never killed anything through static discharge.