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Ymac

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About Ymac

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1999-05-29

Contact Methods

  • Steam
    Ymac246
  • Twitter
    @Ymac101

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Israel
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    Intel i7 6700K
  • Motherboard
    Asus Maximus VIII Formula Z170
  • RAM
    Kingston HyperX Fury 2X16GB DDR4 2400MHz
  • GPU
    EVGA GeForce GTX 780
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define R4
  • Storage
    Samsun 840 EVO 250GB & Seagate 3TB Barracuda
  • PSU
    Corsair AX850
  • Display(s)
    Dell U2715H
  • Cooling
    Custom WC - EK blocks, HW labs rads, bitspower fittings, top and res
  • Keyboard
    Ducky DK9008 Shine 3 MX Brown, white body black keycaps
  • Mouse
    Logitech G700s
  • Sound
    Logitech Z623 THX + Sennheiser HD598
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. Sweet, didn't know Daniel started his own brand, I remember watching his firat videos. If I get this right, there's no "kit", I need to get the reservoir and the top seperatly. Are they compatible with the bitspower stuff? because they look very similar (especially the pump mod kit)
  2. I didn't see any spare parts for that upgrade kit, so, no
  3. Hi, its been a long time since I last touched water cooling and my system has been up for about a year now, some parts dating 5 years back. I currently have a d5-pwm all dressed with Bitspower upgrade swag and the “upgrade kit 150” as reservoir. the part that connects the res and the pump-top has started leaking and apparently I can’t just buy that part, I need to buy a whole upgrade kit. so if I’m investing these kinds of amounts, I may be better off with a better solution. So, my question is what is the best reservoir-d5-top-combo thing currently? Am I just batter off buying a new Bitspower kit? or should I look into EKWB, aquacomputer, etc... thanks!
  4. The US site doesn't ship to Canada, and the powerplay just doesnt exists in the Canadian site (though the 703 and 903 are available there) Bummer.
  5. Definetly trashing my G700s for this. Only question is - how can I get it in Canada?
  6. I'd love to get the 1060 Blade, I don't have a laptop right now, and every laptop I've used sucked. I'll use it to game on the go and for school (Be dat cool kid with the "black razer macbook") Good Luck everyone and a HUGE thank you and congrats to LMG for 3 mil subs!
  7. When you see people complain at speeds greater than 100mbps:
  8. Ymac

    Keycap cleaning

    For the yearly maintenance, I want to clean my DK9008 Shine 3. The keys are dirty and the board (It's a white board with black keycaps special edition) is dirty as well. I think the stock keycaps are ABS UV coated, so I was advised to not use alcohol on them. can I just use tap water? dish washing soap maybe? I don't want to damage the keys. Advice will be appreciated. btw, I have one faulty LED, mechanicalkeyboards.com want me to ship it to them for repair, but that would cost more than the damn thing worth, so what kind of LED do I need? like, size and exact brightness and color? Thanks!
  9. problem is, most of the good hosting services are abroad and we want to play without lag.
  10. I'll just clarify some stuff: I have experience running a small server, I used to run it on my machine (2500K 8GB GTX780) and my problem was I couldn't play in it because running minecraft alongside the server was too much. I know how to forward ports and all that Also, I'm not buying anything, these systems are what me and my friends have lying around. Does anyone knows about this mineOS thing? Thanks for you all for helping!!!
  11. I didn't know where to ask this, this is a software + hardware question. I want to host a minecraft server for me and some friends, a really simple one, we'll be like 10 players tops. In my country there are not many good game hosting solutions, and I love tinkering with software, hardware and networking so hosting locally makes sense. I have to potential candidates for the server: an FX-4130 based system, with 8GB of DDR3 a Q8300 based system, with 4GB of DDR2 at a glance, the first is far superior, but I'm not sure how minecraft handles multi-thread CPUs so.... I dunno. second debate is what to run on the server: 1. Windows based, 7,8,10 whatever with the .jar server 2. GUI linux based with .jar server 3. GUI linux based with MineOS server 4. MineOS Turnkey (headless custom turnkey linux distro that is meant to run only minecraft servers) I'd love to hear from you what is the best hardware solution and software solution and how can I tweak the performance to be top-notch (giggity)
  12. @braneopbru I only need 1-2... I pre-ordered from NCIX and I'll hope for the best. I've heard they are now starting to fulfill pre-orders of the pro. Thanks everyone!
  13. I just. CAN'T find a place in Canada that sells the non-US UAP-AC-Pro/Lite/LR for a reasonable price and has it in stock. what is up with the guys at Ubiquiti? these were released months ago and still the availability is SH*T! Are there any good AP solutions that are stable, fast and customizable enough at the UAP's price range?
  14. It's just the Internet companies here being pigs, easily the line can get more than 3 up, but you just can't use it as a private user. (5Mbps is the highest upload speed offered to the private customer. and that's on a 200/5 plan and only on coax/cable) if you want to get a 10/10 business connection from the phone compamy it will run you about $1000 a month with a $1500 installation fee (I think it's fiber, not sure though) The new fiber company will revolutionize the market, with symmetrical speeds like 100/100, 200/200 and 1000/1000 all this for affordable prices. So.... yeah.
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