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4 minutes ago, BaronVonJace said:

Antic Nine Hundred Case

ASRock 970 Extreme 4

AMD FX-8150 3.6Ghz

Corsair H60 AIO

Kingston HyperX Predator 2x4gig

EVGA GTX 1060

Kingston 120gig SSD boot

Western Digital Green 2TB storage

Corsair GS800 PSU

Samsung 32" LEDHD TV

Logitech G510 Keyboard

Logitech Gsomething Mouse

 

I refuse to show pictures because the PSU is a mess and this case is not super friendly for hiding cables.

I need to buy a modular PSU at some point.

We don't care how messy/clean it is. Post pics anyways. ;) 

Just now, Mr noob said:

like this?

 Yep. :)


My Systems:

Main - Work + Gaming:

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Woodland Raven: Ryzen 2700X // AMD Wraith RGB // Asus Prime X570-P // G.Skill 2x 8GB 3600MHz DDR4 // GTX 650Ti Boost + Radeon RX Vega 56 // Crucial P1 NVMe 1TB M.2 SSD // Deepcool DQ650-M // chassis build in progress // Manjaro Linux host OS + Windows 10 KVM w/ GPU passthrough // Thrustmaster TMX + G27 pedals & shifter

HTPC:

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SNES PC (HTPC): i3-4150 @3.5 // Gigabyte GA-H87N-Wifi // G.Skill 2x 4GB DDR3 1600 // Asus Dual GTX 1050Ti 4GB OC // AData SP600 128GB SSD // Pico 160XT PSU // Custom SNES Enclosure // 55" LG LED 1080p TV  // Logitech wireless touchpad-keyboard // Linux Mint 19.3 Cinnamon // Build Log

Laptops:

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MY DAILY: Lenovo ThinkPad T410 // 14" 1440x900 // i5-540M 2.5GHz Dual-Core HT // Intel HD iGPU + Quadro NVS 3100M 512MB dGPU // 2x4GB DDR3L 1066 // Mushkin Triactor 480GB SSD // Manjaro Gnome

 

WIFE'S: Dell Latitude E5450 // 14" 1366x768 // i5-5300U 2.3GHz Dual-Core HT // Intel HD5500 // 2x4GB RAM DDR3L 1600 // 500GB 7200 HDD // Linux Mint 19.3 Cinnamon

 

EXPERIMENTAL: Pinebook // 11.6" 1080p // Manjaro KDE (ARM)

NAS:

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Home NAS: Pentium G4400 @3.3 // Gigabyte GA-Z170-HD3 // 2x 4GB DDR4 2400 // Intel HD Graphics // Kingston A400 120GB SSD // 3x Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200 HDDs in RAID-Z // Cooler Master Silent Pro M 1000w PSU // Antec Performance Plus 1080AMG // FreeNAS OS

 

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1 minute ago, MEC-777 said:

We don't care how messy/clean it is. Post pics anyways. ;) 

 Yep. :)

lol cool, so I'm going to try skyrim on my computer as is. If it does no work I'll order that card

GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 750Ti 2GB LOW PROFILE OC EDITION

 Thanks again for everyone's help :) 

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Just now, Mr noob said:

lol cool, so I'm going to try skyrim on my computer as is. If it does no work I'll order that card

GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 750Ti 2GB LOW PROFILE OC EDITION

 Thanks again for everyone's help :) 

Just first check the space available inside your case to ensure that card will fit. ;)


My Systems:

Main - Work + Gaming:

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Woodland Raven: Ryzen 2700X // AMD Wraith RGB // Asus Prime X570-P // G.Skill 2x 8GB 3600MHz DDR4 // GTX 650Ti Boost + Radeon RX Vega 56 // Crucial P1 NVMe 1TB M.2 SSD // Deepcool DQ650-M // chassis build in progress // Manjaro Linux host OS + Windows 10 KVM w/ GPU passthrough // Thrustmaster TMX + G27 pedals & shifter

HTPC:

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SNES PC (HTPC): i3-4150 @3.5 // Gigabyte GA-H87N-Wifi // G.Skill 2x 4GB DDR3 1600 // Asus Dual GTX 1050Ti 4GB OC // AData SP600 128GB SSD // Pico 160XT PSU // Custom SNES Enclosure // 55" LG LED 1080p TV  // Logitech wireless touchpad-keyboard // Linux Mint 19.3 Cinnamon // Build Log

Laptops:

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MY DAILY: Lenovo ThinkPad T410 // 14" 1440x900 // i5-540M 2.5GHz Dual-Core HT // Intel HD iGPU + Quadro NVS 3100M 512MB dGPU // 2x4GB DDR3L 1066 // Mushkin Triactor 480GB SSD // Manjaro Gnome

 

WIFE'S: Dell Latitude E5450 // 14" 1366x768 // i5-5300U 2.3GHz Dual-Core HT // Intel HD5500 // 2x4GB RAM DDR3L 1600 // 500GB 7200 HDD // Linux Mint 19.3 Cinnamon

 

EXPERIMENTAL: Pinebook // 11.6" 1080p // Manjaro KDE (ARM)

NAS:

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Home NAS: Pentium G4400 @3.3 // Gigabyte GA-Z170-HD3 // 2x 4GB DDR4 2400 // Intel HD Graphics // Kingston A400 120GB SSD // 3x Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200 HDDs in RAID-Z // Cooler Master Silent Pro M 1000w PSU // Antec Performance Plus 1080AMG // FreeNAS OS

 

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Just now, MEC-777 said:

Just first check the space available inside your case to ensure that card will fit. ;)

if it wont fit, could i cut the side of the case??

and how would I know if the power can handle it? 

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1 minute ago, Mr noob said:

if it wont fit, could i cut the side of the case??

and how would I know if the power can handle it? 

Do you know the wattage of your PSU?

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16 minutes ago, Mr noob said:

if it wont fit, could i cut the side of the case??

and how would I know if the power can handle it? 

Depending on your case, I wouldn't cut it. Maybe just jeave the side panel off until you upgrade. Leaving the side panel off could incease the amount of dust in your rig, and could disturb the air circulation. Just keep that in mind if that's the path you chose. 

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45 minutes ago, Mr noob said:

if it wont fit, could i cut the side of the case??

and how would I know if the power can handle it? 

You could but I wouldn't recommend it. I'm guessing you have some kind of warranty still on the PC from where you bought it? If so, I definitely wouldn't cut anything. Just pop the cover off and measure the space available and make sure the card will fit. Also, check to make sure your motherboard even has a PCIe x16 slot, sometimes they don't. 

19 minutes ago, BaronVonJace said:

@Mr noob Looking up your computer, it only has a 220 watt PSU. The Gigabyte GTX card requires 400 watts. I don't know if they make replacement PSUs for a case that small/thin.

A 750Ti does not require 400watts. It only uses power from the PCIe slot which is at max 75w. The APU in this PC is a 65w part, so it should be ok running a 750Ti in this system. Not ideal, but the options in this case, are limited. 


My Systems:

Main - Work + Gaming:

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Woodland Raven: Ryzen 2700X // AMD Wraith RGB // Asus Prime X570-P // G.Skill 2x 8GB 3600MHz DDR4 // GTX 650Ti Boost + Radeon RX Vega 56 // Crucial P1 NVMe 1TB M.2 SSD // Deepcool DQ650-M // chassis build in progress // Manjaro Linux host OS + Windows 10 KVM w/ GPU passthrough // Thrustmaster TMX + G27 pedals & shifter

HTPC:

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SNES PC (HTPC): i3-4150 @3.5 // Gigabyte GA-H87N-Wifi // G.Skill 2x 4GB DDR3 1600 // Asus Dual GTX 1050Ti 4GB OC // AData SP600 128GB SSD // Pico 160XT PSU // Custom SNES Enclosure // 55" LG LED 1080p TV  // Logitech wireless touchpad-keyboard // Linux Mint 19.3 Cinnamon // Build Log

Laptops:

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MY DAILY: Lenovo ThinkPad T410 // 14" 1440x900 // i5-540M 2.5GHz Dual-Core HT // Intel HD iGPU + Quadro NVS 3100M 512MB dGPU // 2x4GB DDR3L 1066 // Mushkin Triactor 480GB SSD // Manjaro Gnome

 

WIFE'S: Dell Latitude E5450 // 14" 1366x768 // i5-5300U 2.3GHz Dual-Core HT // Intel HD5500 // 2x4GB RAM DDR3L 1600 // 500GB 7200 HDD // Linux Mint 19.3 Cinnamon

 

EXPERIMENTAL: Pinebook // 11.6" 1080p // Manjaro KDE (ARM)

NAS:

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Home NAS: Pentium G4400 @3.3 // Gigabyte GA-Z170-HD3 // 2x 4GB DDR4 2400 // Intel HD Graphics // Kingston A400 120GB SSD // 3x Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200 HDDs in RAID-Z // Cooler Master Silent Pro M 1000w PSU // Antec Performance Plus 1080AMG // FreeNAS OS

 

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2 minutes ago, MEC-777 said:

You could but I wouldn't recommend it. I'm guessing you have some kind of warranty still on the PC from where you bought it? If so, I definitely wouldn't cut anything. Just pop the cover off and measure the space available and make sure the card will fit. Also, check to make sure your motherboard even has a PCIe x16 slot, sometimes they don't. 

A 750Ti does not require 400watts. It only uses power from the PCIe slot which is at max 75w. The APU in this PC is a 65w part, so it should be ok running a 750Ti in this system. Not ideal, but the options in this case, are limited. 

I was looking at the Newegg link you posted and under "specifications" it said it needed a 400 watt PSU minimum.

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Just now, BaronVonJace said:

I was looking at the Newegg link you posted and under "specifications" it said it needed a 400 watt PSU minimum.

Most GPUs say they require MUCH higher wattage than they actually need. The reason is they don't know what else you have hooked up to your PC. Are you running a power-hungry 220w FX-9590 or a low-power 54w core i3? 6 HDD's, and 12 fans? Have 8 devices connected via USB? They don't know, so they cover their asses by recommending much higher wattage. The 750Ti can only draw a max of 75w on it's own due to the PCIe power limit of 75w.

 

What is actually required depends on case by case scenarios. My whole PC with an i5 and a 980 overclocked to 1459 probably only draws max 450-500w at the most. ;) 


My Systems:

Main - Work + Gaming:

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Woodland Raven: Ryzen 2700X // AMD Wraith RGB // Asus Prime X570-P // G.Skill 2x 8GB 3600MHz DDR4 // GTX 650Ti Boost + Radeon RX Vega 56 // Crucial P1 NVMe 1TB M.2 SSD // Deepcool DQ650-M // chassis build in progress // Manjaro Linux host OS + Windows 10 KVM w/ GPU passthrough // Thrustmaster TMX + G27 pedals & shifter

HTPC:

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SNES PC (HTPC): i3-4150 @3.5 // Gigabyte GA-H87N-Wifi // G.Skill 2x 4GB DDR3 1600 // Asus Dual GTX 1050Ti 4GB OC // AData SP600 128GB SSD // Pico 160XT PSU // Custom SNES Enclosure // 55" LG LED 1080p TV  // Logitech wireless touchpad-keyboard // Linux Mint 19.3 Cinnamon // Build Log

Laptops:

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MY DAILY: Lenovo ThinkPad T410 // 14" 1440x900 // i5-540M 2.5GHz Dual-Core HT // Intel HD iGPU + Quadro NVS 3100M 512MB dGPU // 2x4GB DDR3L 1066 // Mushkin Triactor 480GB SSD // Manjaro Gnome

 

WIFE'S: Dell Latitude E5450 // 14" 1366x768 // i5-5300U 2.3GHz Dual-Core HT // Intel HD5500 // 2x4GB RAM DDR3L 1600 // 500GB 7200 HDD // Linux Mint 19.3 Cinnamon

 

EXPERIMENTAL: Pinebook // 11.6" 1080p // Manjaro KDE (ARM)

NAS:

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Home NAS: Pentium G4400 @3.3 // Gigabyte GA-Z170-HD3 // 2x 4GB DDR4 2400 // Intel HD Graphics // Kingston A400 120GB SSD // 3x Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200 HDDs in RAID-Z // Cooler Master Silent Pro M 1000w PSU // Antec Performance Plus 1080AMG // FreeNAS OS

 

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1 minute ago, MEC-777 said:

Most GPUs say they require MUCH higher wattage than they actually need. The reason is they don't know what else you have hooked up to your PC. Are you running a power-hungry 220w FX-9590 or a low-power 54w core i3? 6 HDD's, and 12 fans? Have 8 devices connected via USB? They don't know, so they cover their asses by recommending much higher wattage. The 750Ti can only draw a max of 75w on it's own due to the PCIe power limit of 75w.

 

What is actually required depends on case by case scenarios. My whole PC with an i5 and a 980 overclocked to 1459 probably only draws max 450-500w at the most. ;) 

I getcha now boss.

 

That does make more sense.

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2 hours ago, BaronVonJace said:

Antic Nine Hundred Case

ASRock 970 Extreme 4

AMD FX-8150 3.6Ghz

Corsair H60 AIO

Kingston HyperX Predator 2x4gig

EVGA GTX 1060

Kingston 120gig SSD boot

Western Digital Green 2TB storage

Corsair GS800 PSU

Samsung 32" LEDHD TV

Logitech G510 Keyboard

Logitech Gsomething Mouse

 

I refuse to show pictures because the PSU is a mess and this case is not super friendly for hiding cables.

I need to buy a modular PSU at some point.

 

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sorry if this isn't the best place to post, but i would like to share my experience installing the EVGA hybrid kit for my 1070

 

(sorry for the blurry pics)

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removed shroud and midplate

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about the wholes and missing thermal pad lol..

 

the whole process took 2-3 hours. it should have been much quicker IMO 

- the instruction manual is super vague. when i was able to assemble the entire kit together, plugged it in my PC, and turned it on the fans weren't working. so i opened it up again, and found i didn't connect the fan header, so mostly my fault there.

however, installing the pump took longer. the spring-loaded screws were insanely tricky. 

- it's quite cramped. not sure if the connectors inside the shroud will hit the blower fan. hopefully they won't. EVGA provided some really tiny electrical tape to help, but they lost adhesion very quickly 

- separating the midplate from the PCB was also confusing. 

- the fan and LED headers were like they were super-glued. very hard to pull them off the headers

- and about the wholes and missing thermal pad.. it took some wobbling to detach the midplate. guess one of the thermal pads were removed, but no idea where it is. no clue about the holes 

 

after the second go, the fans were working. and then the water.. it's quite soothing hearing it being pumped through the AIO for the first time. 

saw an immediate idle temps of 29c (before it was 35-40c). booted up unigine heaven and ran it for a bit, and highest temps were 46c while clock speeds fluctuated 2000-2100mhz, sometimes a little higher. guess that means all went well!

 

the radiator fan however runs at full speed, and looks like i can't control it so it's loud all the time. i'm thinking of replacing it with a spare fan i have lying around and just using the mobo fan header. good idea? 

 

nevertheless, it was pretty interesting experience. though i would rather just buy the kit already installed. this takes quite a lot of patience doing it yourself 

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FX-8320, R9 Fury, 28GB DDR3, H100i, 4TB HDD, 1TB HDD, 250GB 850 EVO, Corsair 750D, EVGA G2 850W

I'll have to do cable management later when I'm cleaning it, but I keep hot swap my PSU for other boards so not willing to mess with 24 pin.

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20 hours ago, BaronVonJace said:

I refuse to show pictures because the PSU is a mess and this case is not super friendly for hiding cables.

I need to buy a modular PSU at some point.

Whats the point of posting to this thread then? This isn't "List Your Specs" aka rate my PC found in here

This is to show off what you got. No excuses.

 

Side note. My desk cleaning and hardware upgrade pics are coming soon, sometime next week. All I can now say that it looks much cleaner now than what it will when its finished.


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Just now, LoGiCalDrm said:

 

Side note. My desk cleaning and hardware upgrade pics are coming soon, sometime next week. All I can now say that it looks much cleaner now than what it will when its finished.

I'm getting a new desk as well :) and moving back to my room instead of le guest room

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Well, here's my super fucking ghetto setup for now. Notice the Noctua boxes that work as my monitor stand lol. Plan is to finish the liquid cooling project and get a new G-Sync monitor, but until I can scrape up the money for all that I'm stuck with this mess. The monitor has basically no adjustment options, but at least it's 1080p 144hz. 

 

As for the PC, a complete overhaul is coming once I can get an EK 280 rad and the fittings I require (WINK WINK EK). For now this works just fine. Note that all this looks about a billion times better IRL thanks to the horrible camera on my Honor 6.

 

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1st 

i7 4770k 4.3GHz 1.3v @ H2O  - ASUS Z97-AR - 16GB Vengeance Pro 2133MHz - Palit GTX 1070 FE 2150MHz / 2430MHz @ H2O - 2x Samsung 850 EVO 250GB  - 2x WD Green 1TB WD Blue 4TB EVGA Supernova 750 G2 - FD Define S -  24'' 1080p@144hz - G400s & G11Superlux HD681 EVO | Custom ekwb loop 

 

2nd

i5-2500k - Scythe Kotetsu - ASUS P8Z77-V - 2x4GB HyperX Genesis DDR3-1600 1.65V - XFX R9 290 Core Edition - 500GB WD 7200rpm - Seasonic S12II-620w - FD Core 2300 - 27'' 1080p@60hz

 

3rd

Core 2 Quad Q9450 - Noctua NH-U9S - Gigabyte GA-EP35C-DS3 - 2x2GB Adata DDR2-800 - ASUS Radeon EAH5850 - 160GB Seagate x2 7200rpm - LC-Power LC8700 - NZXT HUSH Silver - 24'' 1080p@60hz

 

Liquid cooling since 2002.

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Super ghetto pc. So I started with a second hand 15ish inch laptop I got for $50(all prices are AUD). Put in an extra stick of ram i found lying around, for a total of 4GB and a 250gb ssd($120). Then got a PE4C 4.1 for under $200 and borrowed (permanently) a old Power supply and case. then I bought a second hand Asus 4GB GTX 680 ($50) and slid it in there. Because of the pcie x1 connection I'd performs like a 480 for most benchmarks

Total of under $400. Haven't tried crysis but it runs Overwatch on Ultra at 45 FPS and skyrim special edition on high at 25 FPS all at 1080p. CPU intense games like next car game run horribly when lots is happening. That's what you get with a 2.7GHz i3 dual core

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My Specs are

 

Asus X99 Strix Motherboard

Intel I7 6950X

128 Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4

2X Nvidia Titan X (Pascal) in SLI

Samsung  950 Pro M.2 512 (Primary)

2x Samsung 850 Pro SSD 512 (Secondary)

Corsair H115I CPU Cooler

Corsair 1500i Power Supply

5x Corsair ML Led 140 Series

Corsair 540 Air Case

 

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4 hours ago, jinroh10 said:

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Glad to see more budget oriented builds in this thread!    /s


Gamma v2.2 | i7 6700k @ 4.6ghz| Dark Rock TF | ASRock Z170 OC Formula | G-SKILL TridentZ Royal 2x16Gb 3200mhz | MSI GTX 1070 Ti Titanium | Sandisk 120Gb SSD | WD Black 1Tb HDD | Corsair RMx 850w | Corsair Spec Alpha | MSI Optix G27C2/2x19" monitors/34" Insignia tv

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Secondary rig status: Blendin Blandin | Xeon E5 2670 E3 ES | Noctua L12s | ASRock X99 OC Formula | 48Gb Ram Smoothie | EVGA 980ti Superclocked+ | ADATA SU800 | SFFTime P-Atx | 

 

 

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My setup is a lot better now than it was a year ago.

It was worse than I remember...

 

Last year:

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I think I just threw up in my mouth

 

Now:

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My build | Ryzen 5 3600 | Cryorig H7 | GTX 1080 | 16GB Team Dark | ASUS STRIX B450 Gaming F | 2TB HDD 250GB SSD | EVGA GS 650 | CoolerMaster Masterbox Lite 5 |

Phone: OnePlus 6T (OOS with Magisk) | Verizon

Proud owner of an Omnibot 2000 and 5402

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1 hour ago, ShadowTechXTS said:

My setup is a lot better now than it was a year ago.

It was worse than I remember...

 

Last year:

 

I think I just threw up in my mouth

 

Now:

 

Nice upgrade! Are those candles on the ends of the table?

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