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About ALXAndy

  • Title
    CO Zombie Mods
  • Birthday Jan 25, 1974

Profile Information

  • Location
    West Sussex
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Computers, zombies. Adding the two together.
  • Biography
    Born and raised in Brixton, South London. Ten year stint in the USA (NJ, MD, OH, DE) certified loon.
  • Occupation
    CO Zombie Mods.


  • CPU
    Intel 5820k @ 4.4ghz
  • Motherboard
    MSI Alienware
  • RAM
    16gb 2133 DDR4
  • GPU
    AMD Fury X
  • Case
    Area 51 2014 Triad
  • Storage
    Asus RAIDR, Velociraptor etc
  • PSU
    Dell 850w
  • Display(s)
    Acer 4k2k G-Sync
  • Cooling
    AIO cooling
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow Ultimate Battlefield 4
  • Mouse
    Razer Naga Expert
  • Sound
    Craetive Recon 3D Aune valve DAC
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Two things spring to mind. 1. Holy crap, that's a serious rat's nest in there. 2. Small form factor my rusty sheriff's badge.
  2. That case honks more than a goose about to have its neck wrung for Xmas.
  3. The orange peel on the paint needs to be addressed. The cutting of the drive cages is pissed and needs to be sorted out. Nice cabling and I quite like the SSDs.
  4. And it's done First up I found the cable I needed. Cut off all but one. Joined the OEM SATA cable to the blue one I bought. The drive.. And fitted. And you may have noticed I have fitted some cable combs.
  5. Right, one PCI SSD holder. So I should be able to display that lovely blue SSD
  6. You've missed the point dude. See the silver part on the end? I will be removing that and bolting a piece of 5mm acrylic to it and making a holder for an SSD. There will be no fan. I just got done digging and found an old SATA card so I used the back plate off of that. Just keep an eye on the thread and you'll see it come alive
  7. Update ! things have gone quiet due to personal issues but that doesn't mean I'm not planning things I wanted a largish PCIE SSD but they are expensive. The Intel 750 400gb is around £320 and I didn't really want to be paying that just to store my games on. So it's time to think out of the box a little. I've ordered this and have it ghetto fitted to the PC ATM. It's a 480gb. I have also ordered this (don't laugh !) And plan to remove the end PCIE plate. This will give me the opportunity to drill holes through it and mount an acrylic board that will hold that lovely b
  8. That depends. These new PCIE drives come in two flavours. One fits into your board into a physical slot and the other uses a proprietary connector, separate to the PCIE slots. I'm calling troll on this until we see some evidence.
  9. Frank Sinatra day.....

  10. haha I've got a few dude. They're Living Dead dolls. It usually sits on top of the rig but I moved it
  11. Power supply now fitted. Next up - paint the PCI back plates and get another Fury...
  12. The whole thing it would seem.
  13. OK going back to your post. This isn't a Dell. If you take a look closely at the case you see this. Ring any bells? MSI. Then you go into the overclocking software. And. And my daily overclock, with a little Realbench 2.41. 4.4ghz 24/7 stable out of a 5820k. I'm really not sure what more you could ask for. Any way, I got all of the new cooling fitted. It's a little noisier than before but nothing bad. It doesn't have that horrible whirr when the PC starts any more either which is nice. Apologies for using flash, it's a dark day here on the South