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cluelessgenius

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About cluelessgenius

  • Title
    the stupid kind of genius
  • Birthday 1992-08-08

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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Germany
  • Interests
    pushing limits and everything softwaredevelopment
  • Biography
    russian dude, grown up around rich german kids.
    developing software since 2010.
  • Occupation
    Consultant (Softwaredevelopment)

System

  • CPU
    Intel i7 7700k
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Z270I
  • RAM
    16GB G.Skill Trident Z RGB
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 1080 Ti Aero
  • Case
    custom IN WIN 901
  • Storage
    250GB Samsung 960 EVO
  • PSU
    Corsair SF600
  • Display(s)
    LG 34UC88-B
  • Cooling
    Stock cooler (temporary)
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G513 Carbon
  • Mouse
    Logitech MX Master
  • Sound
    Sony MDR XB 700, Blue Yeti
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
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  1. cluelessgenius

    Are women the 1% of tech?

    well i think there might be exceptions but in general id still assume that 99% of techy people are still male. i noticed the most while my time in college where 3 classes of programmers had one odd-ball girl meanwhile the web-design classes it was the other way around. now at my actual office though i was kind of surprised by the amount of women in my department. programming teams are still 100% men but software testing and GUI are quite evenly split between men and women although i cant imagine the women here dreamt of their jobs i think most of them just kinda cross migrated from other jobs. in my personal life i have not found a single women yet that shares my level of enthusiasm for tech or engineering or programming or gaming and honestly i dont think thats really neccessary but still a valid observation. the last time i shared those interests with a girl was back in i believe around 2000 ish maybe when i played pokemon red vs yellow on the gameboy via link cable with the neighbours daughter everyday. then puberty hit and interests drifted apart
  2. cluelessgenius

    Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic: 3 Radiators possible?

    well i thought if i aybe hooked it up in parallel with the top rad using some T-splitters that might work but im still thrown off by the fact that nobody seems to have done 3 rads in this case even though everyone praises it for its capability of doing so
  3. cluelessgenius

    Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic: 3 Radiators possible?

    well thats not what im worried about. most likely im not gonna use them anyway. yes. 45 in the back chamber and fans in the front chamber theres no other way possible unless you find a 25mm rad and then you could fits the fans in the back too but thats a different story and not what i want. fits. and since im using m-itx and therefore the topmost pcie slot in the case as to the second one like most atx boards theres no clearence issues with the gpu or the board. i have no problem with the bottom or top rad choices . just trying to figure out the back rad and how to connect it . really i was just hoping someone on the forum knew of a build that has proven that 3 rads work in the case. but nobody seems to actually have done it.
  4. cluelessgenius

    Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic: 3 Radiators possible?

    well that my firend is exactly where im at right now and what im asking myself and the forum. not sure what you mean by fitting splitters
  5. cluelessgenius

    Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic: 3 Radiators possible?

    well i believe the alphacool monsta line-up is the only series that thick. some come close but they are the only ones i know that thick. not a problem in my case though since im using m-itx anyway it fits rather perfectly.
  6. cluelessgenius

    Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic: 3 Radiators possible?

    as seen in the 3d modell ? yes roughly i tried my best to stick to real dimensions and having it put in there already just for measure it looks like im not that far off
  7. cluelessgenius

    Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic: 3 Radiators possible?

    gee thanks. still looks awefully tight though. with flexible tubing and not caring about the look might be but im also not sure how i would incoorpate it into a nice looking clean loop. and again i just have not found a single build where 3 rads have been used
  8. soo theoretically the case has space for 3 x 360 rads but in terms of routing tubing and fittings im not so sure if i put a 80mm in the bottom and a 60mm in the top i dont see how im gonna connect another 45 in the back. might be possible might not my question is if anyone knows of someone who has done it? all the builds i see in this case have only used 2 rads max. case rough 3d model
  9. cluelessgenius

    PC not booting! need help

    shit i recommended him that psu any idea for a basic psu as a replacement maybe even somthing older but solid i could get used ? trying to keep damage low here
  10. cluelessgenius

    PC not booting! need help

    nothing spins up no reaction what so ever
  11. cluelessgenius

    PC not booting! need help

    will ask about fans spinning up. dont really trust him to short the power pins not gonna ask him to do that. you think it5s just the button? never heard of any issues with that
  12. cluelessgenius

    PC not booting! need help

    hey guys, so im running diagnostics for a buddy of mine so to speak and thought id brain storm with you guys so one night everythings fine he turns the system off the next day it ont boot. when he unplugs the power cord and plugs it back in theres a short light up then nothing im not 100 % sure of his specs anymore it has been some years since i built it for him but heres what i do remember i7 4790 Asus 970 evga psu nzxt 340 samsung ssd cant remember more than that
  13. cluelessgenius

    Water Distribution Blocks and How To Make Them

    honestly once you factor in the work of cad planning the whole thing and testing it afterwards plus all the work time you get just brainstorming your idea with them via email its actually not that bad i just wish they would grow in popularity to be as big as EKWB or partner with someone. that would help production cost and id just like to see them succeed. right now i think they are pretty nische most people dont know they make cases and even less know they makes distro plates
  14. cluelessgenius

    Water Distribution Blocks and How To Make Them

    well that was what this thread was supposed to help with i certainly cant just start going through all the build logs until i find someone who actually uses a distro block just to ask them where they got it. i mean i could sure but i was hoping i didnt have to
  15. cluelessgenius

    Water Distribution Blocks and How To Make Them

    did i say it was cheap? dont quote me on this. this may be old numbers. but in a conversation i had with them august 2017 they wrote this in an email to me so yeah not exactly cheap but seeing as who they are i at least trust its quality work that goes into that. plus they are just really friendly when it comes to customer service. just write them and theyll answer...quickly...qith pictures and illustrations so you understand what they mean...like seriously awesome
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