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About givingtnt

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    ltt's ̛̛brea̸̢k̨͘e̛͞r҉ ̡̛̛ơ̴̵f̀̕͝ ̀á͠ll҉ ̵͏t͟h̶̨i͟͡n͠͠gs̷
  • Birthday 1997-07-02

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    Montreal, Canadeh
  • Interests
    3D Animation
  • Biography
    I love aviation, computers n stuff

    and as a game designer / multimedia

    if you are in the search for a logo or any kind of computer illustration, just PM me !
  • Occupation
    3D artist, Web developer, Photographer.


  • CPU
    Intel core i7_4790K
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z97-GD65 Gaming ATX LGA1150 Motherboard
  • RAM
    Kingston Fury Black Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1866 Memory + Kingston Fury Red Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1866 Memory
  • GPU
    Asus GeForce GTX 780 3GB DirectCU II Video Card
  • Case
    Corsair 450D ATX Mid Tower Case
  • Storage
    Seagate Barracuda 2TB 3.5" 7200RPM HHD + Adata sx900 128GB 2.5" SSD +1tb munshkin ssd
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA G2 750W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply
  • Display(s)
    Asus VE278H 27'' monitor and some 4k lg display
  • Cooling
    Corsair H80i Liquid CPU Cooler + Cooler Master SickleFlow 120mm Fan X2
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 cherry MX brown (red backlight)
  • Mouse
    Logitech g502
  • Sound
    Logitech g933
  • Operating System
    windows 10
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  1. Fittings existing I'm already using washers.. The issue with rods to keep the fins in place is the endings, I don't want it to come outside of the case I might just weld them to the main box under it tho
  2. My bad, I ment 90$ https://www.amazon.ca/Raspberry-Pi-Computer-Model-4GB/dp/B07W4JM192/ref=sr_1_4?crid=1629VS06DB4OI&keywords=raspberry+pi+4&qid=1582089225&sprefix=raspb%2Caps%2C137&sr=8-4 or I guess the 1gb is 54$ but who wants that lol
  3. Well, the model is a 4.. but I own a 3b+.. It literally changes nothing if I want to switch except the cables going to the back so.. eh ? I don't want to spend 80$ just to get the newest model... (Although, that does mean I can't the Pi in my laptop
  4. New build log !


  5. Project BoomBerryPi The thing just might explode with all of that water.. also thanks to @Den-Fi for the name ! Oh yeah, it's that time of year again ! Come, have a seat, and join me on this new Raspberry Pi custom case project ! As some might recall, this is not my first Pi case. My previous project the ThinkPI is currently on hold due to part unavailability. This Pi project however, is merely the start of a new bigger project : Project Radinator (Build log to come). This project will mostly serve as a prototype for it. Link to Level1Techs version of this build log : https://forum.level1techs.com/t/boomberrypi-new-chassis-new-tricks/153771 So, what is it ? It's a custom case with intergrated watercooling.. For a Raspberry Pi I know this makes little sense for a Pi, but it makes a lot more sense for the full case. the water cooling here is just for fun. Enjoy most likely the most overkill Raspberry Pi case out there Entire cost (excluding the Pi) should be under 200$ Now that might sound like a lot, but that's because I have yet to get a quote for the case. (I estimate 100$ cad but I doubt it's gonna be anywhere close to that, more like 50$ tops) Components : Raspberry Pi 3b+ Noctua NF-A4x10 (x2) Alphacool DC-LT (and likely top) or this Copper tubing (4mm OD) Aluminium welding rods Aluminium for the case (duh) Link to the updates : Updates to come.. The plan : So, the plan is to draw up the case in 3D (photos below) and to have it laser cut out of 1mm aluminium sheets. the sheets will have holes in them (they're 1cm wide, the holes are 4mm in diameter) for the copper tubing to go through. There will be a spacer between each fin, however I am still undecided on how to hold them all together (I'd want to avoid welding, considering the size) Here are some design renders as of today : The side I/O (as seen by the top opening) will be routed to the back on the other side of the panel. I will probably end up with either another metal plate or a 3d printed block. Now, here's the (slightly) troubling part.. For the copper tubing to go through to the front radiator fins, I have to cut a hole in 2 of the fans (in and out).. Owell Featuring a double 90* bend : For some help understanding how the copper goes through the fins, have a look at the bigger case : Note that there will not be anything on the top for the pi, only the front : Note that there will be a side panel like on the bigger version : Oh and speaking of the bigger version.. here's a size comparison The left is holding an E-ATX motherboard.. more on that later That's all for now. I hope to have some news soon !
  6. Maybe it's time I do a build log for the Pi case xD 

    1. Pascal...


      Yes ! But with the Pi 4 ofc.

    2. givingtnt


      I already got a pi 3b+ tho

    3. Pascal...


      Hmmm, Ok. Then with the Pi 3b+ first and then with the Pi 4 if you're getting one in the future.

  7. YES


    240/240 FRAMES

    Ugh, this was so annoying.


    Time to rush the other animations and get it rendered before Friday 😶

  8. Walked around the city taking photos.

    It's not a good idea because it's -20c and windy AF


    But like

    Photos 👀



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    2. dizmo


      How did you not get frostbite 😛

    3. givingtnt


      I'm used to it lol
      and I was holding a coffee >.>

    4. dizmo


      ...frostbite doesn't work like that.

  9. So, funny thing about water-cooling this thing, the water lines need to go through the fans.. twice.. (top and bottom)


    This is.. interesting xD

    Hopefully noctua doesn't throw me in the ditch for it >.>


    1. VegetableStu


      *dremel spinning sounds*

  10. Hopefully this isin't 500$

  11. Yeah (also, please use the quote button so I can see your replies) You'd def want at least the 1000w G2. That is, if you want to opt for the 1300 that's also fine, but the 1000 would be sufficient. Your entire system is evaluated at just over 700w With other accesories, I woudn't risk getting aqn 850 if you want to do overclocking and fully use your pc.
  12. Chonk E-ATX vs smol Pi

    1. MEC-777


      Fat Bastard and Mini Me. ;)

  13. Yes, it's def one of the best psus out there. The 10 year warranty is just gravy on top. But before I recommend it, what's your specs ? you could very likely go with something much more modest. I've had the 750w version for over 5 years 24/7 and there's def no issues whatsoever.
  14. The delivery date for my animation has been brought closer again >.>

    It went from "whenever in a month" to the 24th, to Friday next week >.>


    In other news , trees :