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Acid Panda

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About Acid Panda

  • Title
    Friendship is magic, Magic is heresy

Profile Information

  • Biography
    Professional Brit
  • Occupation
    Basically I sell stuff


  • CPU
    Intel 6700k @ 4.3 ghz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z170x gaming 3
  • RAM
    Corsair LPX 2400 Mhz
  • GPU
    MSI 1070 Aero Super Clocked
  • Case
    NZXT s340
  • Storage
    256GB ADATA SSD, 2TB Seagate barracuda
  • PSU
    650w EVGA Supernova
  • Display(s)
    Acer Predator XB1G-Sync 144hz primary, BenQ 144hz g Sync secondary
  • Cooling
    Corsair h105
  • Keyboard
    Razer BlackWidow chroma
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder chroma
  • Sound
    Bose QC25 sound cancelling headphones, Blue Yeti mic
  • Operating System
    Win 10
  • Laptop
    Razer Blade 14

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  1. yes its a great case. though they do make a mini version which might be more suitable to your build
  2. old but gold is Hyper 212 Evo will be perfect for your needs
  3. this is literally what the YT shorts and polls are for
  4. yeh you wont benefit from turning that on (if you even can). BT are pure scum when it comes to adverting broadband. they sell you fibre but its really fibre to the cabinet (FTTC) and say fibre is in your area when its not really. For reference my home broad band is FTTC and it hits the cabinet at gigabit speed then converts to copper and peaks at 80mbps. . A quick google search says you probably peak at around 52mbps.
  5. firstly split them into two lists and put them into pc part picker. will make everyone's lives easier. Do you need a DVD drive? might be advisable to have an x570 for the 5900x. 850w PSU will be really close to full usage, maybe look at a 1000w.
  6. 360 AIO user here, get temps of around 40 when idle and fans at 800rpm.
  7. reinstall your body mods and see if you have any tattoo mods or over lays and turn them off @aisle9
  8. Im starting to find GPU's in the uk again but they are all now overpriced as fook or from AIBs that I do not recognise. getting close but yet so far

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    2. Spotty


      Just now, Acid Panda said:

      inno3d, AFOX, Manli and Biostar. All of them mainly Chinese manufactures 


      Well, they're all either China or Taiwan...


      Inno3D and Biostar I'm familiar with. I'm not familiar with AFOX and Manli though.

    3. Acid Panda

      Acid Panda

      Just now, Spotty said:

      Well, they're all either China or Taiwan...


      Inno3D and Biostar I'm familiar with. I'm not familiar with AFOX and Manli though.

       after a quick look i found the same thing. though I without being condescending want to stick to the main manufactures. Though the fact that they are becoming available now is a positive thing. Also when looking at twitter for website overclockers they put some of the popular GPU's at £5000 then you get a voucher from their forums and apply it. They say it reduced the bots from just grabbing them because of the price and the return period. 

    4. Bombastinator


      Biostatistar  ive heard of but as a motherboard manufacturer.  They did lower end and industrial motherboards with middling reputations.

  9. Generally the expectation is that workstation boards have GPU's on them so you would use that. I believe i'm right in saying thread ripper does not have a integrated gpu.
  10. are you on a multi-socket or plugged directly into the wall?
  11. if it means anything to you my motherboards has a ESS® Sabre Hi-Fi ES9023P built in dac for front panel audio. would this suffice as a quality audio solution for now? (dedicated dac's etc will always be better of course)