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About ProKoN

  • Title
    Look Inside
  • Birthday Nov 22, 1981

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  • Location
    Edmonton.AB CANADA
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    Check out the tech center!

  • Occupation
    Hot Tub Service Tech


  • CPU
    Intel G3258
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z87 MPower Max
  • RAM
    Kingston HyperX Beast 2400MHz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Windforce GTX 780
  • Case
    Antec 900
  • Storage
    Kingston HyperX 3k 240GB
  • PSU
    Silverstone Stryder Gold 1200W
  • Display(s)
    AOC 29" - Q2963PM 21:9 Ultrawide Baby
  • Cooling
    Switech H220 + XSPC 120mm Rad + Ghetto RES
  • Keyboard
    Logitech wireless
  • Mouse
    Logitech Wireless
  • Sound
    Energy Audysey A 2+2 JVC receiver

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  1. Here is a lil video of an i7 8700k running dat cinebench at 5.8Ghz. The CPU cooler is homemade.... Hope you enjoy!
  2. Aluminum Radiator. Secret sauce is the windshield wiper fluid, been using it for 3 years in other loops. It doesn't corrode or create any unwanted mold/ bio film. Its only downside is at normal ambient temps the washer fluid has poor thermal exchange (worse than tap water)
  3. Hello LTT peoples of the internetz, Just wanted to share my new cooling setup and show some results on 7600k + 8700k. This is pretty much "proof of concept". I do need some refinements. Hope you enjoy. Parts 1x 2005 radiator from dodge dakota 2x 1080mm US robotics fan banks 48V DC 1x Swiftech block, pump, reservoir All plumbing is mostly 3/8" tubing used for hot tubs with some fancy reduction to tie into rad Hope you enjoy
  4. dry ice in a closed loop + water = Bomb ( dont do dis) there's no benefit from super cooling your mainstream computer parts for general daily use. I upgrade my cooler
  5. Hello, do you people do overclocking? What is a good z370 board for overclockers....you know for those memories and things. I cant afford that maximus apex
  6. b150 supports 7th gen you will have to make sure your board has the latest \ compatible bios flashed before you install the 7th gen chip.
  7. mine is not delided. i usually use a razor but these pcb soo fragile i kinda wish i had that fancy delid tool and jumpy never visits me if the stock tim freezes when we go sub zeros im gonna have to take the lid off
  8. good call. that microcode tweak just might do the trick....hmm even on z170...now im curious george pumped for ryzen...we may actually have a market back i think the new amd 8 core will retail for 400-500 usd...any thoughts. wish it came in at 300-350 usd
  9. im guessing any non "k " chip will be locked right down i wonder if the old z170 bios's will oc 7th gen locked skus...prolly not tho...microcode issues
  10. eventually. that 7350k is $250cad ffs...thats too much. I paid $220.00 cad for 4670k at launch need to gather 58 quid to get jumpy a cele