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Bananasplit_00

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About Bananasplit_00

  • Title
    *poof*

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    bananasplit_00#3482
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  • Location
    In your mind, probably
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Computers, engines, engineering, electronics

System

  • CPU
    I7 4790K @ (mostly at stock) 4.7GHz-5GHz 1.3V-1.375V(5GHz-5.1GHz 1.4V for benchmarks)
  • Motherboard
    ASRock Z97 Aneversairy
  • RAM
    4x4GB 2133MHz 11-11-11-30 2T
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1080 FTW w/ Heatkiller IV
  • Case
    Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic W
  • Storage
    1xBX500 500GB SSD, 1x Kingston UV400 240GB SSD, 1x 1TB HDD from Toshiba
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNova 650 G2
  • Display(s)
    1x32" Philips 1440p(73Hz), 1x22" Samsung 1080p(75Hz) and 1x22" BenQ 1080p(66Hz)
  • Cooling
    Custom CPU+GPU loop, 360x35mm rad + 240 slim rad
  • Keyboard
    Budget96(Keebwerk Tacit switches), Southpaw75(Gateron Silent Brown switches), Model M(Buckling springs)
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Spectrum + Wacom Intous small tablet
  • Sound
    Senhister HD558 headphones + Blue Snowball ICE microphone
  • Operating System
    Manjaro 19 Cinnamon + Windows 10
  • Laptop
    Microsoft Surface Pro 4(I5 6200U, 8GB RAM)

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  1. If you do find any actually bent pins you should be able to poke them back carefully with a small knife but those all look fine to me
  2. I mean if you're concerned more about low temps and performance a custom loop is where its at, but perf/money is pretty bad and you seemed a bit concerned about that. It's pretty fun to build a loop, but you also have to maintain it so that's something to keep in mind too
  3. If bang for buck is anything you are concerned about, a custom loop is not for you
  4. Sure, but this is an already developed software solution, just that nobody respects it
  5. You mean the already existing "do not track" settings
  6. This is why my desktop rarely gets any use:

    had a bunch of spare time this evening, got on the computer, update all the things... aand now what? nothing on yt i want to watch, start steam and update all my games, no friends online and nothing in my library i want to play. open discord, nothing interesting going on to chat about and so on and so on... put on a stream from a youtuber i enjoy, but its not entertaining to watch.

     

    feels like the only reason i start my desktop is to run updates lol

  7. Two incredible things happened today, my Ncore V1 finally arrived after three and a half years of waiting and my appartment is getting fibre installed! Finally I'll have a choice of ISP!

     

    Time to think through the Northern Bees next cooling upgrade, new tubes, new waterblock, another 360 rad, new coolant and new fans hhopefully but idk if I'll even need any fans tbh, everything is running at stock speeds since a long time back 😂

    1. Bombastinator

      Bombastinator

      Assuming “northern bees” is the name given to a particular machine. 
       

      No HDDs and no fans make for a very very quiet machine.  If you plan to run on wholly passive cooling that needs to be thought out too.  Passive cooling behaves differently than fans which are forced air.  You could set your fans to zero rpm until a given heat level and still have full passive but with a backup if things get bad for some reason.

    2. Bananasplit_00

      Bananasplit_00

      3 hours ago, Bombastinator said:

      Assuming “northern bees” is the name given to a particular machine. 
       

      No HDDs and no fans make for a very very quiet machine.  If you plan to run on wholly passive cooling that needs to be thought out too.  Passive cooling behaves differently than fans which are forced air.  You could set your fans to zero rpm until a given heat level and still have full passive but with a backup if things get bad for some reason.

      Still got a HDD in that box, but I can't hear it because I've got three garbo fans running straight of a molex connector 😂 maybe I'll just have fans on my new thicc 360 and let my old 360 and my 240 run with no fans? Probably want some air moving over the mobo I'm thinking. Think four of my alright fans still work, one died after like a month and it's still sitting there, plugged in and dead 😅

  8. Anyone have any suggestions for filter coffee brewers? Just made some pretty great coffee with my parents Malita brewer and was thinking I'd kind of want something for filter coffee at home too. I've got espresso and French press but nothing for filter coffee.

     

    It wouldn't be something that would get a lot of use, I mainly enjoy espresso in the morning but sometimes you don't want to deal with the cleaning of a French press but want more than an espresso 😛

  9. I mean.. I've been on Manjaro since the start of 2019, I have almost never HAD to use the terminal for anything essential and definitely nothing difficult. Anyway what you're describing seems absolutely ridiculous and like nothing you should have to go through(unless you're on Arch or something), something seems very borked from the get go tbh
  10. I think Linus has made more than one video on this, it can be done you just have to mask of all the contacts very well so you don't get paint on them
  11. Finally got my first shot, I am so so so happy that it went well.
    I've had major issues with syringes since fourth grade and it seems like it has finally got good enough that I can get vaxed

    1. NinJake

      NinJake

      Good for you, hopefully more people will follow suit and get vaccinated as well.

  12. looks like its set to 1.42 in the picture sent, that dosnt seem right to me at least. havent kept up with Ryzen core voltages but last i heard 1.425 was the "safe" roof
  13. Maybe comb through the BIOS and look for setting names you think might be auto OC stuff, things like auto core enhancement or similar names and turn them off. Really seems like a motherboard thing to me at least
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