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LOLZR

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  1. Agree
    LOLZR reacted to Dedayog in Is this enough?   
    Why wouldn't it be?  840mm of rad, when most people use 360-480 for an entire loop.
     
    They're consumer PC components not NASA test prototypes. 
  2. Agree
    LOLZR reacted to Radium_Angel in Need some advice on my AIO installation please (picture)   
    Watch this video, GN is quite knowledgeable about this stuff
     
    As long as you don't mount it like they say not to mount, it, you are probably ok
  3. Agree
    LOLZR reacted to Chiyawa in Crazy Europe prices   
    GPU shortage. Those cards are still hard to get in many area, and the demand is still quite high. If you like, maybe wait for the GPU stock to be more available (if they will), then you can see the price will drop.
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    LOLZR got a reaction from Marsho in I need help switching my graphics card (laptop)   
    1st "GPU": Integrated graphics on your CPU. Usually used when on the desktop, doing web browsing, etc. and will consume less power from your battery than the dGPU.
     
    2nd GPU: Dedicated GPU (dGPU). Used when you play games.
     
    Should be switching between automatically based on your workload.
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    LOLZR got a reaction from mehhate in Help please, new graphics card!!!   
    Also, I believe that the 2700 ~= 3600 in terms of performance, so that was not the best use of dollars in terms of an upgrade.
     
    And I agree, without verifying you're running the same settings, it's pretty much impossible to know if something is wrong.  You could double check your numbers against the stickied post in this section of the forum (make sure to use the same settings as they did as well)
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    LOLZR got a reaction from ManosMax13 in I want to mount a tv in this part of my bed,whats the best way to go about it?   
    @ManosMax13 The idea that I like the best so far, is getting a piece of 5/8" (maybe overkill) plywood and cutting it to the width of the support for the upper bunk. Mount the VESA mount with the screws to the plywood, then clamp the wood to the bed frame.
     
    Hopefully this makes sense? I attached a picture with my explanation.

  7. Agree
    LOLZR got a reaction from Curufinwe_wins in Move AIO Questions out of Liquid & Exotic Cooling Section   
    I am a huge fan of water cooling, and frequently lurk in the Liquid & Exotic Cooling section of the forum.  Something that has been annoying for me, is sorting through 9/10th of the posts being "what XYZmm RGB AIO should I buy?" or "Is 29C too hot for my new XYZmm AIO?" trying to find threads of interesting builds / people asking for help on custom water cooling / exotic cooling methods, topics which I think are more the essence of what the section is for.
     
    Can we make a new section, or a new sticky thread for these AIO questions? Also, sorry if this is not appropriate or is a bad suggestion. Just something that I would like to see happen.
     
    Thanks!
  8. Funny
    LOLZR got a reaction from Letgomyleghoe in How do I get Windows 10 for free?   
    Can do one of these, but not both.
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    LOLZR reacted to MartinKweh in Thermal Paste Accident   
    B .remove the remaining and add new paste There might be some debris (lint ect) which will slightly affect the contact.
  10. Like
    LOLZR got a reaction from skipiebipy in Why doesnt my pc work   
    I see a hard drive not connected!
  11. Agree
    LOLZR reacted to AngryBeaver in Move AIO Questions out of Liquid & Exotic Cooling Section   
    because the people who do full custom liquid are the exotic car drivers of the forums. We drive the cars only a handful of people can afford and don't need it clogged up with people driving riced out Honda civics!
     
    Of course I joke, but I do feel many have that mindset. There is a very big difference in doing a custom loop and buying an AIO. They are different enough that they aren't really the same. Yes, they both technically use liquid, but if we are going by that requirement then anything with a heatpipe should be in there too.
     
    When it comes down to it an AIO is closer to a air cooler in regards to simplicity than it is to a custom loop. I also think AIOs are more comparable to air coolers from a performance POV as well. I mean AIOs and aircoolers directly compete against each other.
  12. Agree
    LOLZR got a reaction from BigDamn in Move AIO Questions out of Liquid & Exotic Cooling Section   
    I am a huge fan of water cooling, and frequently lurk in the Liquid & Exotic Cooling section of the forum.  Something that has been annoying for me, is sorting through 9/10th of the posts being "what XYZmm RGB AIO should I buy?" or "Is 29C too hot for my new XYZmm AIO?" trying to find threads of interesting builds / people asking for help on custom water cooling / exotic cooling methods, topics which I think are more the essence of what the section is for.
     
    Can we make a new section, or a new sticky thread for these AIO questions? Also, sorry if this is not appropriate or is a bad suggestion. Just something that I would like to see happen.
     
    Thanks!
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    LOLZR got a reaction from Brok3n But who cares? in Move AIO Questions out of Liquid & Exotic Cooling Section   
    I am a huge fan of water cooling, and frequently lurk in the Liquid & Exotic Cooling section of the forum.  Something that has been annoying for me, is sorting through 9/10th of the posts being "what XYZmm RGB AIO should I buy?" or "Is 29C too hot for my new XYZmm AIO?" trying to find threads of interesting builds / people asking for help on custom water cooling / exotic cooling methods, topics which I think are more the essence of what the section is for.
     
    Can we make a new section, or a new sticky thread for these AIO questions? Also, sorry if this is not appropriate or is a bad suggestion. Just something that I would like to see happen.
     
    Thanks!
  14. Agree
    LOLZR got a reaction from For Science! in Move AIO Questions out of Liquid & Exotic Cooling Section   
    I am a huge fan of water cooling, and frequently lurk in the Liquid & Exotic Cooling section of the forum.  Something that has been annoying for me, is sorting through 9/10th of the posts being "what XYZmm RGB AIO should I buy?" or "Is 29C too hot for my new XYZmm AIO?" trying to find threads of interesting builds / people asking for help on custom water cooling / exotic cooling methods, topics which I think are more the essence of what the section is for.
     
    Can we make a new section, or a new sticky thread for these AIO questions? Also, sorry if this is not appropriate or is a bad suggestion. Just something that I would like to see happen.
     
    Thanks!
  15. Agree
    LOLZR got a reaction from NotABigGamer in Move AIO Questions out of Liquid & Exotic Cooling Section   
    I am a huge fan of water cooling, and frequently lurk in the Liquid & Exotic Cooling section of the forum.  Something that has been annoying for me, is sorting through 9/10th of the posts being "what XYZmm RGB AIO should I buy?" or "Is 29C too hot for my new XYZmm AIO?" trying to find threads of interesting builds / people asking for help on custom water cooling / exotic cooling methods, topics which I think are more the essence of what the section is for.
     
    Can we make a new section, or a new sticky thread for these AIO questions? Also, sorry if this is not appropriate or is a bad suggestion. Just something that I would like to see happen.
     
    Thanks!
  16. Informative
    LOLZR reacted to For Science! in EK-KIT Classic RGB P240   
    Can't tell because your photo is so perspectively distorted. But as I said above, everything will change with the waterblock so no point discussing this now.
  17. Informative
    LOLZR reacted to TempestCatto in So Linus made a mineral oil filled computer?   
    A question like this pops up every now and then here on the forums, use the search function and you'll find out why it's not a good idea. The TLDR is the isopropyl will literally dissolve PCB's and the like, thus exposing traces and everything goes to shit from there. Your parts will literally be eaten alive. So no, it will not work - period. 
  18. Funny
    LOLZR reacted to For Science! in EK-KIT Classic RGB P240   
    ok, have fun
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    LOLZR got a reaction from Tonberry in Leak testing   
    Air molecules are smaller than water molecules, even if there is some air loss throughout the system doesn't mean that it is going to leak.
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    LOLZR reacted to TVwazhere in Does this fit the bill for Exotic Cooling?? lololol   
    -Topic locked-
     
    Content like this is best suited as a Status update.
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    LOLZR reacted to wkdpaul in Luke's WoW ban.   
    That implies hacking or automation, he said he's not using anything of the sorts.
     
    If it's a legitimate software, you can easily mention it on the forum.
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    LOLZR got a reaction from JapanDave in Water cooling is expensive!!!   
    @zogthegreat I mean, this case does have space for 3 large radiators. But you really don't have to add another 120mm just because you can.
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    LOLZR got a reaction from JapanDave in Water cooling is expensive!!!   
    Watercooling is definitely expensive, but in your going absolutely balls deep with this build too.  1x 560mm rads is more than enough for basically enough for any setup, and your build list includes 2 of these as well as other rads.
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    LOLZR got a reaction from Ben17 in Water cooling is expensive!!!   
    Watercooling is definitely expensive, but in your going absolutely balls deep with this build too.  1x 560mm rads is more than enough for basically enough for any setup, and your build list includes 2 of these as well as other rads.
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    LOLZR reacted to L04D3R in Do any cases exist comparable to caselab's sma8?   
    I still have my old CaseLabs SMA8 Magnum A revision that i used for a build awhile. Since im sad about them shutting down. I started disassembeling it  today and me and my friend are gonna make blueprints for the parts so you can create you own cases might still take a couple of weeks but i'll post the instructions after it is finished.
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