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SenKa

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About SenKa

  • Title
    Does anybody even read these? Tacos!
  • Birthday Aug 25, 2001

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    SenKa#8088
  • Steam
    SenpaiKaplan
  • UPlay
    I change this pretty often as well
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    I do not support this company
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    Nolol
  • Xbox Live
    Nolol
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    realsenka
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  • Heatware
    Why is this here

Profile Information

  • Location
    Florida
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Studying Law at my local uni. Love working on all things tech, and cars
  • Occupation
    Repair Tech

System

  • CPU
    R9 3900x
  • Motherboard
    Asus Crosshair VIII Forumula
  • RAM
    32GB 3000MHz Gskill Trident RGB
  • GPU
    EVGA RTX 2080 Super FTW3 Hybrid, Gigabyte Windforce GTX 670
  • Case
    Fractal Define R6
  • Storage
    256GB Kingston NVME, 2TB Intel 660p, 8TB WD White HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair HX1000i
  • Cooling
    Arctic Liquid Freezer II 280
  • Keyboard
    TG3 BL82D (Vintage Blacks), Razer Ornata Chroma
  • Mouse
    Razer VIper Ultimate
  • Sound
    Steel Series Actis Pro 7
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro For Workstations
  • Laptop
    Thinkpad T430
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. Looks like your GPU requires 2 x 8 Pin, so you would need either a 6 to 8 pin adapter (which is totally fine) or to find an 8 pin. As for where to get them, SlashedM's reply should lead you in the right direction.
  2. i hate it when companies release a product with the identical name and only change a revision numbee...
     
    i ordered 4 x 4TB drives for my storage box, which is a Netgear Readynas NV+ turns out there is a rev 1 and 2, which are wildly different in terms of drive support. i have a rev 1, which means the 4 x 4TB drives are reading as 4 x 2TB, because the rev 1 only supports drives up to 2TB per disk, where the rev 2 supports GPT and thus can read much higher :)
  3. quiet PSU fans and SFF dont tend to mix, unless you get a larger SFF case that supports a full ATX power supply (which doesn't seem to apply here). A smaller PSU means a smaller fan, smaller fans have to move faster (louder) to move enough air. Fanless ATX PSU's are not hard to find, ITX and smaller are not on the market. My school as a bunch of HP micro PC's, they are very quiet and decently quick.
  4. not sure what you mean by drivers. it doesn't have any special software, just windows' default keyboard drivers and no LED control software.
  5. i suspect not. the 9900k probably pulls too much power and is blacklisted in the BIOS. However, the worst thing you can do by trying is kill the board, In my experience with HP, it will just fail to boot and nothing will happen.
  6. https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/content/en/article/history-of-the-swastika A mix between here, and what my history professors have taught me over the years
  7. Ive seen a bunch of those dumped with bad motherboards. I would guess thats why that one got tossed. Board died and the previous owner just pulled all the good stuff to put in a new system
  8. IIRC this is correct. I am almost certain you will get in big trouble in Germany. Mind you, in some countries and religions the swastika is a symbol of religion and peace. This was its original meaning. Spoilered is a brief history of the swastika and its history in germany, I suggest if you don't know it to read it.
  9. Relevant article https://mspoweruser.com/dbrand-challenges-sony-to-sue-them-ps5-faceplates/
  10. oop. dont offer tech support right after a 10 mile bike ride with 100lbs of groceries i guess. I have the SF-600 gold, which is what i MEANT to recommend. I will actually be selling mine eventually, as i need the 750w version once they are back in stock.
  11. corsair sf-650 gold gets my vote
  12. I would not expect any chips other than those listed on the supported CPU list to boot. ESPECIALLY those with more cores. however, 4 sockets at 10 cores a pop should be plenty for anything you plan to do.
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