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ClownFace1511

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About ClownFace1511

  • Title
    Veteran
  • Birthday Nov 15, 1997

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  • Location
    Australia
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Computer Builder and Modder, Casual Gamer.
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    i7 5960X
  • Motherboard
    Asus X99 Deluxe 3.1
  • RAM
    G.Skill Ripjaws 4 Black 4x4GB DDR4
  • GPU
    2x 980ti Ref Watercooled SLI
  • Case
    Custom Built Table
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 Evo SSD 500gb, WD Black 4TB, Samsung 840 Evo SSD 250gb
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA P2 Plat 1200w
  • Display(s)
    BenQ RL2455HM 24" 1ms HDMI Full HD LED Gaming Monitor and Acer X193Wb 19" (old monitor which i found, not to bad)
  • Cooling
    11x Noctua NF-12 Industrial 3000rpm
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G710+ Mechanical
  • Mouse
    Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse
  • Sound
    Logitech Z553
  • Operating System
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

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  1. Wow, its been a minute since ive been on the forum, let alone update the desk build. Taken me 3 years to finally bite the bullet and do a small upgrade, how time escapes you. Anyway, glad to say I have still been using my desk basically every day since it was built and haven't run into any issues, even with the coolant being 3 years old (sorry ek). Figured it was time to flush everything out and see the damage, and to my surprise, there wasn't any! The ek uv blue fluid that I put in it 3 years ago was still fine, none of the blocks were clogged up, corroded or anything. The soft tubing was a b
  2. Hello, In the market for a 4k tv. Mainly want to use it as a tv but I will probably occasionally hook it up to my pc (2x 980ti, 5960x) and play a game or two on it. Dont worry about my computer not handling 4k, I already have as asus 4k monitor and it runs it fine. Although I will not use it for gaming often I still want to have that option. I have been looking at the Samsung and LG ones, tossing up between getting a qled or an oled, done a bit of research but its super confusing these days with all the models. I have a budget of $2000 AUD, Australia pricing, probably looking at 55
  3. Does the speed change when you get closer or further away from the router? Sounds like a cheap wireless chip with a small range. Then again could also be your router.
  4. Congrats on becoming a father, desk build is neat aswell. Keen to see the outcome. I saw some people talking about painting the desk or something. Although I do like the wood look I wouldn't keep it plain. Maybe do like a black/chocolate brown stain to the timber, a black stain will give it a nice modern look. Just something to think about I guess, not sure if you have already decided.
  5. Nothing like a clean desk build. Personally it looks empty and I would fill it up with much more but the minimalist look aint bad.
  6. Disappeared from the forums for a while now, lost interested in building PC's and started building cars xD but its time to come back. Have a few future plans, ravage needs a refresh but still going strong as my daily though.

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    2. TheGhzGuy

      TheGhzGuy

      I've seen people swap in the 3.5L V6 out of a Camry into the MR2, which, oddly enough, works. About as powerful as the Turbo and 100 lbs lighter.

    3. LienusLateTips

      LienusLateTips

      Still remember when you did Azurite?

       

      I was there...

    4. ClownFace1511

      ClownFace1511

      Hey mate!!! Back in the days aye.

  7. Get a desk with cable hole cut outs and use some nice zipties/Velcro straps. Building your own desk takes a lot of time and effort, not to mention the skills, equipment and money you need. IKEA has some nice cheap desks and also this track system that goes under your table to hide the cables.
  8. You would have flow issues putting the lights inside the hardline and it would be really hard to run them not to mention how you would get one end out to power it. Plus then you have the issue of running power in water through your pc, not a good combo. All the water and blocks will conduct electricity, whether its 9-12v, still not a wise decision.
  9. I did everything on a workbench that was 1.5x1.5m. Its good to have a big area to store the project but if you have a small work area you just have to get into a good routine of keeping it clean, makes life so much easier. Even take the saw in your backyard and do cuts, put it away when you don't need it. Sorry mate, I can find the original basic template but not the final one. Ill pm you the template and you can work off that.
  10. Had to take it down, had issues with people copying it and claiming it as their own, stealing my design and stuff like that. Not good. I really have to get back into this table... Kinda got caught up on car stuff and left my table alone this whole time. Having said that I use my table everyday and it has been flawless but needs some maintenance. Hopefully over the next month or so I can get some enthusiasm to start fixing it up
  11. I have an AC68U and I can use it next door and still get signal. Low signal three doors down on my laptop. Its pretty decent.
  12. I have worked with you guys before in creating my custom cables so I thought id say hello. The coolant is UV reactive although I do plan to do a loop upgrade in the coming weeks so different UV liquid can be arranged if needed, will be putting in fresh liquid anyway. Currently running some ebay led strips so some cablemod ones would be sweet. Let me know if you wanna collab
  13. You will have to wipe it, you have no real choice. I have tried to dirty flash and it doesn't end well.
  14. Linus could of asked me for help... Hit me up if you want to build a new one in the future or fix this one up.
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