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Najuno

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    Najuno got a reaction from Ardy in RAM Pricing   
    I payed in March 2016 at MicroCenter 90 bucks for 2x8 GB DDR4 3000MHz from EVGA. It´s really not funny to build a PC right now. 
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    Najuno reacted to AshleyAshes in Don’t hate me after reading this   
    I for one absolutely believe this story of fantastic results without any evidence provided and I have no doubts at all.
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    Najuno got a reaction from DumbAsshole32 in Estella - Legen- wait for it- dary! Ultradark build   
    This monitor has 144Hz but NO nVidia G-Sync. You should do proper research of the parts you buy or want to buy...
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    Najuno got a reaction from Alpha789 in LTT 3DMark Thread   
    UPDATE: 10/30/2014
     
     
    LTT 3D Mark Thread spread sheet updated!
     
     
     
    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1TycvqdkYByBGU45OlICNLDTDHY22fqSMEiZb_0M9l64/edit?usp=sharing
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    Najuno got a reaction from Alpha789 in LTT 3DMark Thread   
    The text here before was nonsense from a point of view nowadays...
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    Najuno got a reaction from Alpha789 in LTT 3DMark Thread   
    Thank you that is nice . To my knowledge every benchmark in 3D Mark is free except for the extreme.
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    Najuno got a reaction from Alpha789 in LTT 3DMark Thread   
    Not sure could be BETA drivers.
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    Najuno got a reaction from Alpha789 in LTT 3DMark Thread   
    I find this a cool idea to have this thread as well. It helps just like the Unigine Valley thread the people to dig a bit more in detail of their GPUs and optimize them .
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    Najuno got a reaction from Alpha789 in LTT 3DMark Thread   
    I´d try to contact one of them with a PM... would hate to see this thread going lost in nirvana.
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    Najuno got a reaction from Alpha789 in LTT 3DMark Thread   
    Thanks for pinning this topic @ LTT mods!
     
    And this thread compliments Jumper118 's Valley benchmark thread very well.
     
    Hope to see more of you guys posting your results in here as well.
     
    Now I just have to wait for Game24 and the release of nVidia's GTX980. If the card is really that good, I'll have to sell 1 more GTX780 Ti for cheap and get 3 of these GTX980s going and benchmark the hell ouf of them. Can't wait to see that under water!
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    Najuno got a reaction from Alpha789 in LTT 3DMark Thread   
    Ok since I have now a GTX980 2way SLI running I think it is time to post my new 3D Mark result as well.
     
    Benchmark: Fire Strike
    CPU: i7 5930K @ 4.560 Ghz
    GPU: GTX 980 2way SLI
    GPU Core: 1362 Mhz
    GPU Memory: 2008 Mhz
    Score: 21878
    3DMark Link: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/4099618
     
    It seems like my GTX980 2way SLI scales better with 3D Mark than Unigine Valley because this benchmark was under air and the difference to my watercooled GTX780 Ti 2way SLI is a notch higher.
     
    As a remark the cards run incredibly cool and never went over 68° Celsius. Noise wasn´t the issue as well.
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    Najuno got a reaction from Alpha789 in LTT 3DMark Thread   
    Been running Valley probably 20 times tonight with these high settings. I had no issues. Maybe I´ve got to turn back the CPU overclock a bit for 3D Mark.
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    Najuno got a reaction from omaredabed in Featured Build Logs Competition #005 - Submission Thread   
    Forum ID: Najuno   Build Title: BIG BOY   Thread URL: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/515458-big-boy-build-finished/   Description: I´m introducing here my new Corsair 600C build. It packs not only a ridiculous amount of PC power, but features also full custom watercooling including PETG and an external radiator. No fans or radiators in the actual build needed! I like to build my PCs nice and very clean and as silent as possible. With this current build noise isn´t a topic at all. The 600C was modded to fit all my needs for this build. Besides looks the system overclocks all components very decent. I wanted to go with a 3 color build and I think the result looks great! From my personal stand point I can say, that this build is definitely an eye catcher. Check out my build log and leave me a comment.  
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    Najuno got a reaction from iasianxmofoii in Estella - Legen- wait for it- dary! Ultradark build   
    This monitor has 144Hz but NO nVidia G-Sync. You should do proper research of the parts you buy or want to buy...
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    Najuno reacted to NumLock21 in 5960X with 128GB DDR4 Memory   
    Maximum official supported ram size for 5960X is 64GB. You'll need to get a Xeon to get up to 128GB, they support up to 768GB max or the maximum your motherboard supports up to.
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    Najuno got a reaction from Si Thu Phyo in Does AMD FX 6350 suck?   
    If you have got the budget to switch to an i5 I´d do it. Go with an Haswell i5 and you have already the RAM. The gain of FPS is really high over the FX6350 and games that live of a strong single core performance will be so much smoother.
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    Najuno reacted to red773 in Custom Watercooling a Node 202   
    Well one day I thought it would be cool to build a mini itx pc with an r9 nano. Shortly after that Kyle made a video of his itx pc in a node 202 with a 6700k and an R9 nano. After this I gave in and ordered all the parts. i5 4570T, shitty gigabyte h81 motherboard, 16gb ram, Sapphire R9 nano, 480gb ssd. After I build the PC I benchmarked it to find out it's slower then my 380 because of the CPU bottleneck, so I got an i7 4790 used with scratches on Ebay for $250. I got the CPU did not test my PC again since I was busy working on my main PC. Then one day I thought why the fuck not custom watercool this tiny ITX computer? I found all the parts I needed to watercool it from PerformancePCs I picked out a waterblock for my R9 nano, a custom ROG EK supremacist EVO and I was going to get a EK SE 240 rad but it was out of stock so I got a magic cool rad instead which was  only 1mm thicker. Then I found some slim 120mm fans on Amazon and I got 2 of those. Long story short I got all the stuff I needed and started building.

    I started with installing the waterblock, I ended up breaking the fan header on the PCB because the stock cooler fan wire would not come out.

    I started putting the tubes in place, I ended up not having enough tubing for the PC so I had to reuse some much larger tubing from my main PC making the tubing in my computer all different sizes.
    And my large tubing would not sit tightly over the pump so I tried to use zip ties to hold it, rookie mistake, the PC had a huge leak the second I tried to fill the loop. It took a lot of paper towels to clean up. 

    Fast forward my PC is still leaking at the pump but I got the loop filled and am now using iron clamps to hold the tubing. The PC works but has not been benchmarked yet. 
    Close up of the ROG CPU block the sex appeal is real.

    From this side you can see how everything fits, this setup is only possible with a single slot graphics card for everything to fit. You could use a Nvidia card however I highly don't recommend doing that, first you would have to cut off the DVI port on the card to make it single slot. Also due to the cards length, the fans would be struggling for air in my setup only one fan is choking for air, but if the card stretched over both fans the airflow would be highly reduced. I also don't recommend a Fury X or regular Fury because as I will show later the performance is the same but the Fury would take far more power for the same performance. Not to mention the Nano is cheaper I got mine for $480 on Newegg from Sapphire.
     
    And final picture of the PC I will be uploading more photos when I cut the cover panel of the case to actually fit over this as the fittings of the GPU block it from closing all the way down. 
    I forgot to mention as suggested to me by a couple super helpful members I am using a sata to molex adapter to power my pump as this power supply does not have any molex power cables.
    The leak has been fixxed for now I am still waiting to see if it will leak or not after I added 2 iron clamps to each pump output/input. This build is a work in progress feel free to leave any feedback or suggestions! 
    The  firestrike score is 12648 with everything stock. This score using my 4790 actually beats my old score of 12382 when I had a 5820k and a Fury X in my main computer. Temps are as following: 60C at load on the CPU and 48C at load on the GPU. 
     



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    Najuno reacted to thatguyyouknow75 in Looking for a White DDR4 RAM Heatsink/Spreader   
    do what i did, buy ram you like, then plastidip it
     
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    Najuno reacted to Sorce in new build within $800 price range, need suggestions   
    hey, sorry i didnt include that. for that price budget, i was looking to build the entire computer, case, motherboard, cpu, gpu, ram psu, cables if needed. oh and a copy of windows 10. i have a mouse, keyboard and monitor
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    Najuno got a reaction from Mrtrickzter in possibility of water cooling non-reference nvidia gtx 980 ti   
    I exclusively use EKWB for fullcover blocks on GPUs and many other parts. Very good product quality and customer service is nice.
     
    They even produce special stuff if you pay the extra.
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    Najuno got a reaction from Sebmaster in Graphic card differense question gtx titan vs gtx 980ti   
    The Titan came out in mid March of 2015 and the GTX980Ti hit the market in late June 2015. For early adopters of the GM200 chip, this was a good thing at that time to have it as soon as possible. I jumped on the band wagon because I really wanted something suitable for my 4K display and go away from 3way SLI. Now I run 2 Titan X in 2way SLI and as long as there are good SLI profiles AAA titles are quite enjoyable even more with G-Sync.
    At this time and point I´d not buy a Titan X because it´s too pricey and you´d have to invest even more money to make it a very potent card compared to many aftermarket GTX980Ti designs out there.
    I mean I modded my BIOS on the cards and put it into a fancy custom loop, they are beasts and pretty much faster than most cards, but the investment behind it was massive, that being said I´m blessed, that I have more or less an open budget, but that´s rather rare. If you need a potent GPU right now the GTX980Ti with a good aftermarket design is the way to go.
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    Najuno got a reaction from danrey84 in Graphic card differense question gtx titan vs gtx 980ti   
    The Titan came out in mid March of 2015 and the GTX980Ti hit the market in late June 2015. For early adopters of the GM200 chip, this was a good thing at that time to have it as soon as possible. I jumped on the band wagon because I really wanted something suitable for my 4K display and go away from 3way SLI. Now I run 2 Titan X in 2way SLI and as long as there are good SLI profiles AAA titles are quite enjoyable even more with G-Sync.
    At this time and point I´d not buy a Titan X because it´s too pricey and you´d have to invest even more money to make it a very potent card compared to many aftermarket GTX980Ti designs out there.
    I mean I modded my BIOS on the cards and put it into a fancy custom loop, they are beasts and pretty much faster than most cards, but the investment behind it was massive, that being said I´m blessed, that I have more or less an open budget, but that´s rather rare. If you need a potent GPU right now the GTX980Ti with a good aftermarket design is the way to go.
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    Najuno reacted to JeremyFrey in Need a little help.   
    I'll look into it if i have problems with the bronze.
     
    Great thank you.
     
     
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    Najuno got a reaction from SurvivorNVL in game critic Jim sterling sued for $10 mil   
    Kind of funny especially the 4.3 million for emotional distress... made my night lol.
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    Najuno got a reaction from Castdeath97 in game critic Jim sterling sued for $10 mil   
    Kind of funny especially the 4.3 million for emotional distress... made my night lol.
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