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About mjKneafsey

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  • Birthday May 01, 1992

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    London, England
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    The Simpsons, Technology, Football, Music, Biomedical Science
  1. Hey I've recently been encountering some problems with memory usage/leakage while gaming. I wanted to stress my system memory to test if it's actually okay or if I need new sticks/just more RAM. I currently run an AMD Phenom II X4 955 @3.5Ghz with 8Gb Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600Mhz. I was going to use Aida64. Is the trial version able to run a system memory test? Also are there any other good alternatives? Thanks.
  2. Mostly amazon uk, maybe ebuyer. Any PC parts are from wherever I can get them cheapest.
  3. So basically the TV shows of my teenage years Mythbusters and Top Gear are no more. At least Mythbusters will end on a bombshell.
  4. Okay that's kind of an interesting way of leak testing. It feels more scientific than filling it up and praying it's fine.
  5. I do love a desk build. I'll be keeping an eye on this one.
  6. I am willing to risk it. I have a few questions. How much liquid did it take to fill? It seemed like a lot. Also the little fitting assembly coming from the graphics card bridge, what's that for? Are you using it to remove air from the loop?
  7. So I'm now planning an elaborate heist, as that is amazing. That distribution plate looks great now that the liquid cooling is complete. The hard piping is so well done.
  8. Those are fair enough reasons. I want to do an ITX Skylake build as my next one and was leaning more towards the Corsair 250D case, because I shouldn't be needing that many HDD/SSD/disk drive mounting points. It's not that I don't trust Asrock to make motherboards, I just generally lean towards Asus/Gigabyte/MSI for motherboards. Asrock have the features I would like but now the colour scheme. I like fairly plain looking motherboards.
  9. This looks like it could be pretty cool. I'll keep an eye on this.