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Bobbycat2414

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About Bobbycat2414

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Computer Technology, Video Games, Minecraft Modding, Simulation games ex: ATS, X-Plane, FS19

System

  • CPU
    Intel i7 10700k
  • Motherboard
    MSI Gaming Edge Z470 Wifi
  • RAM
    2x8 Gigs of Corsair RGB Vengence Pro DDR4 @ 3200
  • GPU
    EVGA FTW3 3060Ti (Bought at MSRP!)
  • Case
    Corsair 465x iCUE Mid-tower
  • Storage
    1x Samsung 860 EVO 250 Gig Boot Drive
    1x Samsung 860 EVO 2TB Storage drive
  • PSU
    Corsair RM 750 Watt 80+Gold certified
  • Display(s)
    Asus VG258 TN Panel(24.5In) 1080p // Old HP 1050p Monitor
  • Cooling
    Corsair iCUE H150i Elite Capellix 360mm AIO
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K68 RGB Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Corsair Harpoon Mouse
  • Sound
    Corsair Void RGB Elite Headset
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • Laptop
    HP Pavilion 15 Touch(i7 8560U, Nvidia MX250{4GB VRAM}, 8GB Ram, 1TB Intel Optane Drive) // Fog Blue
  • Phone
    Apple iPhone SE Gen 2 PRODUCT RED

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  1. In the case of a top mounted radiator, I don't think it matters at all since the rad will be on the same level. If it was front mounted that would be different. Most people just mount it the other way for aesthetics. In terms of which way the pump is rotated on the socket, intel-wise it doesn't matter.
  2. Also make sure that the antivirus you have is actually legit and not one of spyware/mineware ones that through up fake warnings and use the PC's resources
  3. UPDATE: At the recent Best Buy drop, I was able to get an EVGA FTW3 3060Ti! It's arriving pretty soon and it is the last part that I need. The rest of the PC(Listed on my about me) is fully working!
  4. Basically, currently I use a HP Pavilion 15t which has an i7 8565U, 8 gigs of ram, and MX250(4Gb) The issue with this laptop is that the drive has been damaged in a way where it gets hung up at random times usually when at max utilization(Which happens a lot because of another issue with it) I've already sent it to HP and gotten a warranty "repair" on it, but they didn't fix the issue and falsely identified the AC adapter as the problem.(I already brought it to two local shops to get quotes and diagnostics, both returned that the drive had been overvolted or something) Recently I've
  5. Personally I would recommend swapping the M.2 for a ~250gb version and getting a mass storage full SSD or HDD especially if you are planning to do editing projects or renders. In terms of GPU upgradeability, the GPU is one of the easiest parts to upgrade even in pre-builts. All you would have to do is unscrew and unplug the current GPU and swap it out for your new one. But if you can, I would recommend waiting a bit to build because prices of some parts are somewhat high.
  6. Most likely not. It depends if the case itself has an OEM RBG controller, or even one that has more then 3 ports for RBG and or Fan Power. In terms of MacOS.. Why would you be trying to use Mac OS on a computer your building in this? Are you trying to do bootcamp or make a Hacintosh? But if you were able to connect the fans I believe Thermaltake has their own RGB Software that you would be able to use
  7. I don't know, I am not that experienced in the electrical part of laptops, you would most likely need to find a diagram of the wire connections on the laptop's display and a displayport cable and try to sodder them together if you can't find one.
  8. I would say it is highly doubtful, unless you go in and rewire the display wires to adapters that are usable. In terms of other parts, I guess you could re sell or re use the ram in another laptop. Uhh maybe the drive, but that would be all that would be easily usable.
  9. Now we just hope that NVidia has learned their lesson to actually build up stock if they say they will.
  10. I'm hoping to be able to get a 3070 tomorrow, just gotta get lucky!
  11. Well I was thinking that if they were thinking about using a vacuum cleaner, they weren't interested in spending much money. Also that fluid is just the air still in liquid form I believe.
  12. I would just use canned air to be on the safe side
  13. Maybe they would be used in a window display of a shop where the TV would be showcasing products, but the people inside could still look out? Idk it's weird
  14. Gotta say the title made me think you had a GPU branded from Dell as an optiplex series before I read the actual post
  15. Now I don't know if this would work since I haven't ever thought of it until now, but have your tried using a monitor or TV that supports window's wireless projection? I don't know if that would count towards the cap or not though.
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