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About G3R489

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  • Interests
    Making PC’s that shouldn’t work, running and messing with code
  • Biography
    I’m a really petty guy, that if he’s told he can’t do something, or is challenged, will probably do it.
  • Occupation
    Web Designer


  • CPU
  • RAM
  • GPU
    GTX 1080
  • Case
    (A cheap Chinese case)
  • Storage
    (main) 6TB Skyhawk HDD, 3TB WD HDD, 2TB WD HDD, 3TB Seagate Baracuda, 64GB Optane drive
  • PSU
    Corsair 850W
  • Display(s)
    My grandmas old TV
  • Cooling
    Hyper 212 evo
  • Keyboard
    Arealer Roarer (programmed time play snake/ Tetris)
  • Mouse
    Cheap Chinese Mouse
  • Sound
    Sony HT-RT3 & more
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    Allot of laptops
  • Phone
    iPhone SE / iPhone 6s / iPhone 7

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  1. Pleased that the 212 evo is doing you well. Thats annoying they wouldn’t cover your warranty, but it was technically out so I guess they have that. And yeah, I would agree, plus my 212 evo build runs like a charm too, so I’ll agree to that.
  2. Huge thanks to everyone that’s helped with this, new 2450 fits like a glove. Sadly not getting a post, but that’s probably on me, so thank you for all your help
  3. If there’s a non conductive version that could be good then. And trust me, I have allot of spare old parts, if I can avoid ruining them I will, but if it’s non conductive and has the consistency of thermal paste, I might still give it a try on an old Athlon or something
  4. Oh yes absolutely, sorry there’s way more too it. Absolutely backup first! I just thought you would look it up on how you do it. I’m sorry I can’t be more help at the moment, but life’s super busy for me. I really hoped someone else would’ve come along and helped you out if I’m honest. this guy does a good job at explaining it. https://blog.workinghardinit.work/2018/11/28/moving-from-ahci-to-raid/
  5. Oh well, worth a try. Im afraid you’ve reached the end of my knowledge, so you’ll have to either see if anyone else comes along or look through google I’m afraid. Sorry I couldn’t help more
  6. Sorry I can’t be more help, but I just found this guy who did it, but with a different laptop. https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/vinf.net/2009/01/12/windows-7-and-the-intel-855gm-video-driver-solution/amp/
  7. I think this guy has you covered, but just incase, I had this problem, but sorted it a weird way. I just ended up using a USB ‘Sound Card’ (not really a sound card though), that cost me £15 off amazon, since then, I haven’t had the buzzing issue. (JUKE virtual sound 7.1+)
  8. Sorry man, I changed it as I saw, I’m going off the websites original specs for the PC
  9. Maybe, I saw it had potential but I didn’t know you had upgraded. That could be the reason. Also are you still running WIN7 32 bit? On an unrelated note, have you upgraded the RAM? Or did you buy the maxed out 1.5GB RAM model? as that must tank on windows 7
  10. Sometimes in your BIOS, it does some weird stuff with NVME where you need to put it from SATA into RAID, just do it sees the device, then once it’s set up, you can just put it back to SATA. There are tutorials on how to do it online on how to do this. I’m writing this quickly so will likely not be able to help you through step by step until my tommorow. Try that and hopefully it will work
  11. Yeah I saw, they look good for what they are, but sadly time hasn’t been kind to those tough books. Even if they will never break, they probably won’t ever be updated. If not another silly idea, but if you kept the box (or someone else did) usually the box/ motherboard will have a cd full of useful drivers for the machine? Might be worth giving it a look to see if any disks were made with it and if anyone has them? It’s a real shame, but hopefully someone will help find them for you.
  12. Oh okay, sorry for the false information Kite was another one I saw but they are a kickstarter. However it would certainly be good if they did do one. I remember a video of someone showing how he installed more RAM into his iPhone but he did it himself. I will admit, I got excited over the original ASUS ROG phone as I thought that would have came customisable, but sadly it didn’t.
  13. Hope this helps, keep me updated on if either work
  14. Right, so if you’re doing stuff like that, you’re going to be looking at quite an expensive build I’m afraid. Biggest thing for you will be a good GPU as 3D modelling is intensive. You’ll also need quite a bit of ram (however the speed won’t matter much) aswell as a good CPU, I would recommend one with allot of cores, but a lower clock speed. The specifications will be so varied with how much you have to spend. A top end Quadro-I9 rig will run you amazingly, but you’ll pay for that privilege.