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Aggravated Salmon

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About Aggravated Salmon

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    Member

System

  • CPU
    Intel Xeon X5660 (4.55Ghz @ 1.45v)
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Republic Of Gamers Rampage III Extreme
  • RAM
    16GB DDR3
  • GPU
    EVGA Titan X Hybrid
  • Case
    Cooler Master 690 III
  • Storage
    Crucial M550 512GB SSD
  • PSU
    Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold 1200W
  • Display(s)
    Crossover 27Q + Dell SE2417H
  • Cooling
    ID-Cooling Frostflow+ 240
  • Keyboard
    Topre Realforce RGB
  • Mouse
    Corsair Glaive RGB Aluminum
  • Sound
    Creative Labs. SoundBlaster X-Fi Elite Pro
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit

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  1. did that i3 have integrated graphics? because my cpu & mobo does not have integrated graphics.
  2. thanks for your experience, ill keep that in mind. but my pc does not have integrated graphics, regardless of whether its on the motheboard or the cpu. the cpu in question is the e5-2699 v3.
  3. doesn't a gpu still need to be present in the host machine to encode the RDP frames before its decoded on the client? the host is running windows 10 pro btw.
  4. Yes, i know it's not officially supported, but so is the case for my Quadro 2000. I thought my maximum resolution would be 2560 x 1600 on my quadro, but i was pleasantly surprised to see it work both natively and in a remote desktop application at 3440x1440. I want to know whether either of these two cards support that resolution because I want to free up the PCI-E slot my Quadro takes and get a legacy PCI version of the GT 610 or GT 520. It's a headless system anyways so as long as it works in remote desktop, I'll be satisfied. BONUS: if u can find any legacy PCI card be
  5. If I’m not mistaken, I would also need a SAS Backplane?
  6. I have a Dell T7810 without the optional SAS controller. I have a Seagate Exos X14 14TB SAS hard drive. I would like to connect them. Will this SAS to sata reverse breakout cable work? : https://www.amazon.com/Cable-Matters-Internal-Breakout-SFF-8087/dp/B018YHS8LI Or else can someone point me solutions that cost less than $70?
  7. I am struggling to find information online but there was an ebay listing of a T7810 with 2x E5 2699 V3.
  8. Which of the 3 options should I go for?
  9. Guys I’m pretty dead set on the liquid cooling option. Both of my previous graphics cards were liquid cooled and I just want to get back to that. Of course when I get the new cooling system, I would do the thermal paste stuff.
  10. So um basically i am very disappointed in the cooling performance of my Zotac 1080Ti Amp Edition. It goes to 88C and starts downclocking and thermal throttling. I tried my friends waterforce 1080ti (50C max temps) on my system and i easily saw a 10fps increase on Assetto Corsa Competizione 3440x1440 VR Epic settings. So I had the idea to buy a Kraken G12 and a compatible CPU cooler, both used. I'm trying to make this as economically pragmatic as possible. So please advice me out of these options: Kraken G12 25USD + Antec Kuhler H20 620 18USD = 43USD Kraken G12 25US
  11. I am shopping in Singapore, mainly on these few websites: www.lazada.sg www.shopee.sg www.amazon.sg there are a couple suppliers and second hand sellers on this website i don't mind buying from too: www.carousell.sg
  12. I have a very old but good liquid cpu cooler, the Corsair H50, which has served me mightily for over 10 years. I currently have it on a push/pull configuration and i still get 40-45C idle and 60-70C when gaming on my 135W CPU. Recently, both the custom Cooler Master fans started choking; they are on their last legs. The pull fan occasionally hits the inner part of the radiator, creating a cranky noise, whereas the push fan is on "manual start" mode, which means it doesn't start itself. Basically I need to cop new fans. I was thinking about the Arctic P12 PWM PST CO, but I was like why am I spe
  13. Can’t boot when connected to 3440x1440 monitor My build is not standard by any means. The boot process goes like this: Legacy BIOS -> Clover USB EFI bootloader (on a physical USB stick) -> Windows Boot Manager -> Windows 10. I have two monitors, a random 1080p TN Dell monitor (HDMI) and an Acer Predator X34 (DP). Thing is my BIOS would refuse to boot into Clover when my DP is plugged in. Like I can see the OEM BIOS logo but it just refuses to boot into the EFI bootloader. Not sure whether it is a resolution thing or a DP thing. Boots totally fine with the 108
  14. i mean it's true gaming is a big hobby, but i need blender and premiere pro for my college and part time business as well.
  15. i've watched that video before, all the tech yes city ones as well. i've had dual xeons for years
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