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Niten

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  1. I'm looking to mod a Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX for my ascension into the PCMR but i haven't yet bought the case, however I can't seem to find any good photos regarding the top and bottom outer-plates of the case and how they mount to the chassis. If anyone know where I could find photos of this, or if anyone that has this case is willing to take some photos i would be very grateful. Specifically I am looking for a photo of the top of the chassis from the outside without he top panel on as I am planning on mounting fans with a rad on the inside of the chassis, a photo of the underside of the ca
  2. I have been wondering for a while and today while watching 2 gamers 1 CPU it occured to me again. Is it possible to run 2 VM's on 1 monitor kinda like split screen gaming i.e. top half is one VM and bottom half is another aside from it making an interesting video, I would be interested to know if someone could make themselves a setup to play local split-screen multiplayer on games that don't support it, if so how? Thoughts, comments and ideas are appreciated.
  3. Yeah I would obviously keep it up to date. However what is the best order to buy the parts in to ensure that the parts I buy aren't out of date by the time I build the PC. (I'm thinking case first then fans and power supply.)
  4. I am looking at making a custom PC case with a PC inside that I can buy and upgrade over time. Here is a list of parts I envision as the base level of the PC probably purchased over the next year or two. Country: Australia (but buying and importing from America might be cheaper), Price: Initially around $3000 - $3500, OS: most likely windows 10. Basically I want to know what things I can do better and what mistakes I have made. https://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/jKdwFd CPU: Intel Core i7-7700K 4.2GHz Quad-Core Processor ($461.00 @ Shopping Express) CPU Cooler: be quiet! Si
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