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About seon123

  • Title
    Certified Cat
  • Birthday April 15

Profile Information

  • Gender
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  • Location
    Quite a lot less than 7480.18km away from school
  • Interests
    Does anyone read this?
  • Biography
    I'm a boring cat
  • Occupation
    What cat has a job?


  • CPU
    Ryzen 1500X
  • Motherboard
    MSI B350 Tomahawk Arctic
  • RAM
    2x8GB LPX 3000 MHz CL15
  • GPU
    Sapphire Radeon R9 280 Dual-X
  • Case
    Cooler Master Elite 430
  • Storage
    120GB Samsung 850 Evo + 500GB WD Caviar Blue
  • PSU
    Seasonic Prime Titanium 650W
  • Display(s)
    Samsung S27D391
  • Cooling
    Hyper 212 Evo + ML120 + NF-F12
  • Keyboard
    Steelseries Apex M800 + Logitech G710 (upgraded to Box Jade + Gateron Greens and painted white)
  • Mouse
    G502 / G303
  • Sound
    HyperX Cloud
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. A single 8 pin will be fine.
  2. Doesn't make a difference. It's just useless marketing crap, just like the M.2 heatsinks.
  3. seon123

    Why did you buy an Android Phone?

    Several of the Lumias got good reviews, though. Iirc, the 920 and 928 were good multimedia phones. Good microphones, good cameras, good durability, the Nokia brand name, all let down by Microsoft's attempt at a mobile OS.
  4. seon123


    Cablemod has a configurator, if you want to buy from them. It's quite expensive, though, at over $20 for that one cable.
  5. seon123

    Why did you buy an Android Phone?

    OnePlus 3. A reasonably priced (€390, IIRC) high end phone with top of line specs (for the time), lots of storage, an OLED screen, a headphone jack, very fast charging, a USB-C port, a customisable UI, and not a glass back. The screen, while it's a Samsung OLED, isn't quite as good as the screens on Samsung's own phones, the camera isn't as good as the higher end flagships, the speaker is downward firing and not great and it has no microSD card slot. But no option has all of that at a similar price point.
  6. seon123

    12v rail concern

    BSOD is usually CPU/RAM related, typically just an unstable overclock.
  7. Won't all the fans be exhausts? Depends on the hardware, but it probably won't overheat.
  8. seon123

    12v rail concern

    The system shutting down is not the same as crashing. If the voltage drops too much on a PSU that isn't absolute crap, the UVP will shut it down.
  9. seon123

    12v rail concern

    PSUs don't cause crashes. The instability is elsewhere. Most likely the CPU overclock. The PSU has under voltage protection, and would shut down if the voltages were too low. If the PSU were is overloaded, it has OPP, which again, would shut it down. You are not going to be using anywhere near 520W either. More like 250W.
  10. I have a vague plan of replacing the keycaps on my G710. The keyboard is white, so white keycaps make sense. 

    Finding a reasonably priced dye subbed or double shot Cherry profile PBT keycap set? That's easy. 

    Finding a dye subbed cherry profile PBT keycap set that has an additional kit to add Norwegian keycaps? A bit harder, but I found some. 

    Finding a white keycap set? That's easy. 

    Finding a reasonably priced white dye subbed/double shot Cherry profile PBT keycap set that has a kit for Norwegian keycaps, and a kit for a 6,5u space bar bottom row? That's absolutely impossible. 


    That 6,5u space bar refers to the width of the space bar. A normal letter key is 1u in width. A normal space bar is 6,25u. But Logitech decided to go for a 6,5u space bar. 


    But no worry, that's the same as on the Corsair K70. So, what if I find a reasonably priced Cherry profile blank PBT keycap set for the K70 that just supports ISO? Yes, finally! Oh wait.... I can either get an ISO set or a set for the K70. That's $27 or $30. If I want a set that both supports the K70 and an ISO layout, I have to buy the full set for $43. Which means paying import fees. And due to the way that works in Norway, it ends up as a minimum of $72 for the set. (Assuming the store writes the real value on the declaration)


    Why couldn't Logitech just go for a normal 6,25u space bar? That one simple change would make this a whole lot easier...


    On another note, I found a coloured Cherry profile ISO enter key with a cat paw printed on it. That's cute. 



    And on yet another note, I am in the process of making a proper post about the G710 mod. Should be finished some time this or next weekend. 

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    2. imreloadin


      I read the first line as you wanted to change the keycaps on your GT 710 and I was like


    3. seon123


      @Dissitesuxba11s That's not a bad idea at all. I could do that, but I would have to get OEM profile keycaps, though (I'm assuming that's what it uses?)

    4. Dissitesuxba11s


      @seon123 Not really sure what profile they are. My guess would be OEM but you can use the pic below to compare the Windows keycaps.




      Source: https://deskthority.net/wiki/Keyboard_profile



  11. seon123

    Get Phanteks Pro M with RGB in black

    Think that's it. Both have 18 LEDs for the 120mm and 21 for the 140mm and both are 6mm thick. They are shaped slightly differently, and the Lux is heavier. Neither of those really matter.
  12. seon123

    Get Phanteks Pro M with RGB in black

    There are two versions of the frames. The Halos, which is made out of plastic, and the Halos Lux, which is made out of aluminium. The Lux is more expensive.
  13. seon123

    Get Phanteks Pro M with RGB in black

    From Phanteks' site about the Pro M: The SE doesn't come with RGB fans. It takes two seconds to check the site for the Pro M SE and read this: You can just get the black TG version and add those Halos fan frames. http://www.phanteks.com/Enthoo-Pro-M-TemperedGlass.html http://www.phanteks.com/Enthoo-Pro-M-SpecialEdition.html
  14. seon123

    Custom cable as an extension?

    You can't use custom cables as extensions. They are completely different from each other. Either way, that money should go to replace the crappy PSU you have, not to hide the colours of the cables.