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About OddsCrazyStuff

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    Crazy is the new normal
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  1. Bigger tubing have thicker walls, which makes them harder to ruin.
  2. You are forgetting that OP used a SysPrep, which is most likely acidic. If there where some left in the loop and as you say, liquid turns blue from it, then we have an answer.
  3. I switched the monitor with my side monitor and now the problem is gone on both. No idea why, as switching cables earlier didnt work at all...
  4. Not as far as I can find: https://www.asus.com/us/Monitors/ROG-SWIFT-PG279Q/
  5. The monitor takes a line of pixels from about the centre of the monitor and puts in on the left side. It does it even on the "no signal" message, so dont think its the cable. Maybe hard to tell, but you can see the cursor being moved to the left side of the screen.
  6. Well, I put the GPU in and it just worked, once I had updated the drivers. So solved.
  7. Its a reference, so it should be fine. Do I need to disable the other 2? I was hoping to have them in, so they could add extra render power, when doing 3D work. Also, PSU is in the back, under the motherboard.
  8. This is my current system, with 2 980Ti in it. I just got my 1080Ti, but I dont want to take the time to redo the loop, when my new case is 1-2 weeks away (waste of tubing and fluid). Can I just add the 1080Ti into the 2nd slot and make it the primary card? I'm even willing to unplug the power of the other 2, if thats the only way. Motherboard is https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/RAMPAGE_V_EXTREME/
  9. Might just being the camera, but those looks about identical to me. The reservoir looks a bit darker (might be the darker background), but not more blue.
  10. Can you take an image of the fluid next to the bottle of new fluid, so we can see how much it has changed?
  11. If you dont mind the price, so is there also the frames from Phanteks, that makes any fan RBG: http://www.phanteks.com/HalosLux.html
  12. Are you sure you flushed out all the SysPrep and Clear fluid? Mixing fluids can make it change color.
  13. Its about $60 difference between a normal 512GB SSD and the WD Black 512GB PCIE SSD. For 4K video editing, so will I benefit from the 400MB/s extra read/write.
  14. Its more a question of, how much can I get out of the PCIE 2.0 2x slot. After all, no point buying a good NVMe drive, if I cant even use half its speed.
  15. https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/X99-M-WSSE/overview/ Is there any point to using a proper M.2 PCI SSD, like this one: https://www.wdc.com/products/internal-ssd/wd-black-pcie-ssd.html ? Or should I just use an normal SSD in M.2 format, like this one: http://www.crucial.com/usa/en/storage-ssd-mx300 ?