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Pedex

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About Pedex

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1997-08-24

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    i5 3550k
  • Motherboard
    MSI z77a-GD45
  • RAM
    2x4 GB Kingston HyperX
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 660ti PE
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define R5
  • Storage
    2x 1 TB 1x 120 GB Corsair SSD
  • PSU
    Cooler Master V850
  • Display(s)
    somebs1080ptnsheiz
  • Cooling
    Hyper 212 EVO w/ Silverstone AP121
  • Keyboard
    CM Storm Rapid-i
  • Mouse
    Logitech G602
  • Sound
    Sennheiser H215
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  1. Pedex

    Real moob dick?

    Lol what? I'm just sharing this clip. Calm down bro.
  2. Pedex

    Real moob dick?

    Apparently Linus is also known as Real moob dick. https://youtu.be/rnR0ofseGnY
  3. The point of buying the H440 is to get a quiet case, with the trade off being not-so-good airflow. But if you are determined, go for it. The two squares would look odd I'd imagine. Go for the longer mesh, with equal spacing side-to-side and top-to-bottom.
  4. Can't remember my FIRST time. But I watched so many YT videos before getting my current build, so I would avoid any confusion. And it worked! Though I still don't understand why no one has made a standard single-connector for the front panel lights/buttons. I mean, most cases/motherboards support the same lighting/button configurations, why not make a single connector instead of those flimsy easy-to-misconnect things.
  5. I quite like it. It's aggressive without looking tacky or trying too hard. I would not personally use them, but they are nice.
  6. I would strongly recommend turning the 80mm in the front into a 120mm. Not only for better airflow, but also for a wider selection of fans. The Silverstone AP121 are great for static pressure, and something like Be Quiet! fans should deliver good airflow and near silence. I personally have the AP121 and love it. It is pretty much silent at 7v and damn near inaudible at 5v. Highly recommended. Sadly My case consists mainly of 140mm mounts, so I only have one. Otherwise i'd get a couple of those.
  7. i5 3570k @ 4.2GHz, MSI 660ti PE, 2x HDD, and some fans. I would not imagine it being too consuming.
  8. I will surely look into this one. But I will have to measure my wattage. I have no idea where my computer lies in terms of power usage. I never intend to run SLI or CFX, but I just want to make sure the thing stays silent, may except for the most extreme of loads.
  9. I'm aware of this. Took apart my old PSU just to play around, and noticed that. But I do have pretty basic soldering skills, so that should not be too big of a problem.
  10. Honestly, I have really considered this. But Cooler Master used a 135mm fan in the V850. And those are REALLY hard to find, and noone makes them. Maybe a 140mm would fit since it is 150mm wide in total, but I'd have to drill+scew, glue or doubleside it to the casing, which won't be too elegant.
  11. I thought about returning it, the retailer said that they could not guarentee I got my entire payment back. So it's been some months now. I have thought about buying a G2 750, and It's the one I'm still looking at.
  12. When I say "noisy" I don't REALLY mean noisy. I got a Cooler Master V850 on sale after only reading and seeing good reviews about the V series. Reviewers praised the PSU for being of high quality, but noone ever mentioned noise, so I just expected it to be fairly quiet. Because I want to silence my build, I would like to hear from you guys. I'm not saying it is defective. But it is a little more noisy that I would prefer. Should I sell the PSU and get a semi-passive one with a fan curve, or should I mod my current one? Either option would probably end up costing the same.
  13. The monitor in question is a Fujitsu 23" SL23T-1. Nothing flashy, but for browsing the webz it gets the job done. The problem i have is that when running the display at it's native 1080p resolution, blacks are really just a dark grey. But when forcing windows to output a 1440p image to the screen, the blacks are as dark as you'd expect. The same goes for games. Any resolution lower than 1080p also have horrible blacks. I have a GTX 660Ti on the latest driver installed and no adjustments to colors in Nvidia Control Panel. Also no tweaks done in Windows Color Management. This is really bugging me out as the occasional photo editing is a nightmare because I always have to readjust the contrast because it looks different on other monitors.
  14. Should have bought the steam version, though it would have been more expensive. I'll try a reinstall then. If that does not fix it.... man..
  15. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jA2wSJtDEw&ab_channel=PeterKrull The video shows what happens pretty well. It happens every time exactly at this point. On some other forums I have read that it is a faulty map section that requires a verification of the game cache. The problem is that I have not bought it through steam. Does this mean my only solution is to reinstall the game or wait for Rockstar to fix this? I'd really hate having to download the 60GB all over again.
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