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Post your guts. Also for all you insanely clean guts people. How long does it take to clean your case to the point where it looks so picture perfect? I can't bring myself to wipe down every dust filled crevice, just the important bits.

>> No.54893288
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Paintbrushes, canned air

a good case does wonders for cable management aswel

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>>54893288
>>54892489
my old case for reference

>> No.54893318
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>>54892489

>> No.54893324

>>54893318
Piss cooling?

>> No.54893723

>>54893288
Canned air is for bitches. Get yourself an air compressor and a small spray nozzle. You can get a decent one for like $100. It's overkill for dusting out a computer, but it's a one time purchase. You will never buy a can of air again. Plus, after you have a compressor, you can get air tools to hook up to it for whatever other projects you wind up taking on.

>> No.54893743
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Didnt clean it in ages but it wasnt that dirty. Was it worth it unplugging all of my cables? no

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>> No.54894763
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>>54892489
taking a daylight photo instead of using flash hides a lot of dust.

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To the anon I keep missing:
The pump isn't "mounted," really. It's wedge between the case floor and GPU. It's a tight fit. Also, to reduce vibration noise, I've placed acoustic/sound dampening foam on the bottom of the pump (foam side up, touching the pump) and between the pump top and GPU. (Foam side down, touching the top of the pump.) Between that, and the tubes being relatively strong and short, it doesn't really allow the pump much movement. I should check one of these days to see if it's causing the pump to run extra hot, as the HDD does get a bit warm. But, both objects are directly under the GPU with no direct ventilation, and some reviews on NewEgg say the HDD runs around 55C anyways so. It could just be the HDD causing the thermal issue on it's own.

>>54892489
It doesn't take long, just some dusting and clean wire management. Not using flash helps, too.

>>54893288
Never noticed until now that the motherboard tray is grilled like that. Is it sturdy? It looks cool.

>>54893318
Ewwie.

>>54893743
R u Australia?

>>54894434
Nifty. A custom loop would be a lot cooler though. What CPU's do you have under there?

>>54894763
Always good to see.

>> No.54896069

>>54895447
>Never noticed until now that the motherboard tray is grilled like that. Is it sturdy? It looks cool.

Not at all. I have no idea why Zalman punched holes into it, it is just pointless. It does nothing and makes the tray weak as fuck.

They justify it by saying it helps cool the motherboard

>> No.54896119

>>54896069
That's a pretty big kek.
You might want to consider a new case, friend.

>> No.54896175

>>54896119
Yeah, I might get a Mini ITX MoBo when I get an i5 soon and wait for a bit until I can get a normal case

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>>54894434

Love it.

>> No.54897344

>>54893723
this. you're fucking retarded if you buy canned air

>> No.54897368
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I really need to replace the thermal paste on the GPU cooler or just get an Arctic Accelero cooler.

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Hurray for mediocrity.

>> No.54897504

>>54897368
Oh hey nice new card, what is it, 970 or 980?

>> No.54897761

>>54897504
It's a Titan Black I got for cheap. I'm using it for MATLAB and eventually neural network development.
Benchmarks on new drivers vs old drivers from the CUDA dev kit show a decrease in compute performance with each update, albeit a very small decrease.

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old build in new case

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>>54892489

Open it once a year with a small vacuum cleaner.

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I haven't posted in a guts thread in a while.
I kind of regret getting this case(cm silencio 352), absolutely no space for cable management behind the mobo, other than that it is pretty decent, I miss my TJ08 but I needed a change. Going to get a 1070 soon and will upgrade mobo and cpu soon after that.
Also, bad pic is bad.

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My first pc build ever

>pls no bully

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Vidya friend sent me a picture of his...

>> No.54899642

>>54899594

This is what my parents desktop looks like except worse kek

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My guts are coming /g/. Soon...

>> No.54899823

>>54899642
He got his friends to build it (in poland). They absolutely botched it.
Didn't even Work properly as they botched OS install, wiring, fan placement, you name it.
I gave him tech support over the phone to get it to start but couldn't help with the wires. He got local computer shop to fix that shit up as 120km is a bit of a trek for me desu.

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Waiting for Vega or 1080ti with waterblock before fixing this space heater

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>>54899712
It gonna be shit, calling it now

>> No.54900443

>>54899712
I dont care about ur guts u fucking faggot nexk ursrlg u FUCKING JEWBOY EAY T MY ADD CUNDT FUCKING

>> No.54900851

>>54896369
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=68ugkg9RePc

>> No.54901945
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This is all I got. waiting for my Mobo/CPU bundle from Micro center.

>> No.54901973

>>54899499
not too bad

>> No.54901977

>>54901945
I like to install the block on the cpu cooler before mounting the radiator.

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>>54892489
What's the rainbow thing, gayboy


Fx8320
Gtx 570
R9 290

>> No.54902045

>>54892489

Mines so dusty I'm considering just building a new computer.

>> No.54902050

>>54901977
I was trying to do what I could in the order of parts I had. Stupid microcenter being 4 hours away. I use to live 15 minutes away from one. ill see how it goes, but there is plenty of room for everything with my fx6300.

>> No.54902068
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selling my 290 and grabbing a 1080 with evga releases their aftermarket coolers.

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>> No.54902661
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My PC
> i5 4460
> R9 380
> 8gb hyperX

I'm pretty happy with it especially since i got for about 600 dollars I max out 95% of games including stuff like far cry 4, witcher 3 (at 30 fps) fallout 4, and Metro Last Light

first guts thread btw

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>>54900443

>> No.54902757
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>>54902068
They're already out. There's the ACX version which has a custom cooler on the reference PCB (my personal choice, because water block compatibility, based EVGA warranty, and cheaper than Founder's Edition) or the FTW version which has a custom cooler on a custom PCB.

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>>54902757
I just checked the site and it doesn't seem they're on sale yet.

I remember reading somewhere that june 9th was the release date, not sure if that's true or not.

>> No.54902826

>>54902800
I could be mistaken, but my local retailer already has them listed. They're listed as out of stock/backorder, but so is every other 1080.

>> No.54902833

>>54902826
Am i evil for being excited about the RX 480?

>> No.54902875

>>54902833
Nah, you're entitled to your opinion. I've been burned by AMD's big promises so often that I just can't be excited for them anymore. If they manage to come out with something legitimately better than the competition, I'll buy their products (CPU or GPU) again, but the for years they've been playing second fiddle. The only argument they've had to fall back on is "It's better value!" I don't really care about which one is a better value, I just care about which one is better.

>> No.54902949

>>54902875
If you couldnt tell by my PC
>>54902661
I don't really have a big budget and was dissapointed when nvidia didn't manufacture a 1060 or similarly priced GPU I feel like AMD is going to destroy that price range

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>>54902703

Thanks for sticking up for me. I expected such.

>> No.54902976

>>54902949
>nvidia didn't manufacture a 1060 YET
fix'd. New architectures always launch from the top down. Wait a little while.

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>>54893723

Fucking this

>> No.54903030

>>54902976
well previous generation 380 is better than 960 imo
and with nvidia saying the 1080 was better than it actually was of course AMD could be lying as well im just basing this on the past generation
sorry if i dont make sense im tired as hell right now

>> No.54903058

>>54902976
basically the 380 was better than the 960 so im predicting the 480 will be better than the 1060

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>>54893288
...is that cpu cooler rotated 90 degrees?

>> No.54903181
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Not much has changed in a few years except that gpu

>> No.54903192

>>54903181
I like the PSU cables doesnt really match the LEDs though

>> No.54903368

>>54893288
>that card holding thingy
hnmmnnnnnngggg

>> No.54903406

>>54894434
so whats the benefit of dual cpu?
do they actually work together or is it some dual lc in one thing?

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>>54902022
>570

>> No.54903512

>>54903406
>What's the benefit of quad core versus dual core?
That's literally the same question you just asked.

>> No.54903737
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Fresh new loop, off the assembly line, coming through. AIO plebs move aside.
Has aurora in there, but its only easily seen when light is shining into the tubes. Might have to get an LED strip or two to enhance it because the purple doesn't show great normally.

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>>54903737
And its a Fury X, by the way.

>> No.54903763

>>54903737
If you're open to suggestions, rotate the fans on the front radiator. Turn them so that the corner with the cable coming out of it is on the side facing the back panel. The cables will be much easier to hide that way.

>> No.54903891

>>54903763
Yeah, its really bugging me that I hadn't considered this when I was building it.
My only problem with that is I'd have to undo the whole radiator and hope I can get the right angle with the slack I've got to be able to do that.
I probably will end up doing it, but I've just spent the last two nights building it all, doing the cleaning, flushing it out five times and then filling it up properly. Still haven't tidied up my flat from all the crap strewn about everywhere from where I was getting this out and that out of stuff.

So yeah, advice noted and I definitely agree. Its just a matter of when, not if, really.

>> No.54903957

>>54903891
>I'd have to undo the whole radiator
Not really. Going on your work in progress stuff the other day and looking at that zip tie around the tilted res, your pump and res still aren't hard mounted down. If you cut the zip tie off, you'll have slack to move it away from the radiator and get access to the screws holding the fans down. Even if you had a case panel between your fans and your rad like I do on my top rad, all you'd have to do is undo one fan at a time, rotate it, put it back in, and go to the next one.

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this picture is from /bst/ so oh well

I don't even get a noticeable amount of dust in my computers because I upgrade or replace them so often they dont sit around to collect dust

>being so poor your computer gets dusty
really guys?

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>>54903957
It's not that which is the issue, its the other radiator. The top right screw for the uppermost fan is directly facing the fitting for the other rad.
It's going to be a very tight fit if I can remove that screw while its in place.

>> No.54904042
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G500 finally died after 4 years (left click started to choke 1 year ago but was able to fix it by adjusting the spring, then last week the middle click just died from time to time).
Replaced with G502, if only they stayed with how the G500 looked instead of this edgy design. Other than that 9/10 mouse. Once you get used to the soft scrolling feature you can't live without it.

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Here are my guts.

No,I don't have the means to upgrade right now,need a good AM2 board and a new GPU (current one is some "zombie" 8500GT that had artefacts which I brought back from the dead and underclocked) and then,I might paint the case blue as originally intended.

>> No.54905435

>>54902976
>New architecture
>RX480
>top down
>...

How many lbs of im-trying-to-make-sense-but-im-actually-retarded do you pull out of your ass daily?

>> No.54905502
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>> No.54905917

>>54894434
Are you kidding me?
You placed stickers on the heatsinks of several thouands worth of hardware!

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>> No.54905976

>>54905954
my nigga, is that front plate made of marble?

>> No.54905993

>>54905976
Granite i guess, i dont know for sure.

>> No.54906298
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2 seconds.
Open frame

>> No.54906314

>>54906298
How much did you pay for dis pvc watercooling system?

>> No.54906356

>>54906314
12mm tubing is almost as cheap as PVC.

And not sure, let me see...
EK Supermacy CPU - 125
GTX 980 Block - 125
Backplate - 90
480 Rad - 120
Res - 100
Pump + Top - 125
Tubing - 80
Fittings - 300

So ~1,000-1,100

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I am planning to keep this build for several more years with only upgrading the gpu later this year.. Should I get 16gb ddr3 kit to hold it over? Some on clearance nearby. Comp is for games.

>> No.54906423

>>54906356
Woah, i hope it paid off.

>> No.54906435
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Built my first desktop yesterday, still not Sure about moving away from laptop, as i visit my friends so often. Got a gtx 980Ti used only for a week for aproximatly 400 dollars, with is fairy good here in norway where the 1080 sells at aproximatly 900 dollars

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This'll take me to my Winter bonus, and then I'm blowing 3k on an all new rig.

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Maybe I should... rearrange the cables.

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>>54906714
or just clean shit up or smth

>> No.54906727

>>54897220
>Windows 10
>2016

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>>54906714

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>>54906714
>>54906725
ayy

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Side panel off.

Pls no haterino.

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>>54906804
Full case shot.

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>>54906725
those cable ties holding the fans in place..

golden.. fucking golden...

never change /v/

>> No.54906892

>>54906835
well i had to since the mobo "shouldnt" support 220w cpu and the vrms are getting hot
also i thought the 120mm liquid cooling would fit under the psu but it didnt so.... cable ties it is
now i dont have dvd writer but whatev, its obsolate anyways

>> No.54906923

>>54906892
I got a chuckle out of it and i commend your ingenuity.

>> No.54906925

>>54906804
>>54906818
Where is your GPU block? This is literally retarded.

Or are you waiting for the new generation?

>> No.54906943

>>54906925
>GPU block

what the fuck is that, don't you mean water block?

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also
just a few days until the 1070 comes

>> No.54906955

>>54906945
looks so much better then the new nvidia reference designs fucking hell what was nvidia thinking with so much edge.

>> No.54906957

>>54906943
yes

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>>54906955
Thats right. Reference is shit but I'm going to sell this thing anyway.

>> No.54907010

>>54902757
I like your guts.
Where'd you get the LED waterblocks for the GPUs?

>> No.54907057

>>54906925
Waiting and not sure I want to build a separate loop for the GPU.

>> No.54907079

>>54895447
What case?

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>>54907057
I'm planning this. One loop, 2 radiators.

The GPus will be 1080Tis.

>> No.54907103

>>54893288
Does that mobo actually work with bdver2?

>> No.54907136

>>54907103
yeah. It has a max tdp of 125w, so It can support a 8350. Only £30 too.

someone online managed to get a 6300 to 4.7ghz on it too
Selling it RN cause I'm getting a cheap 4670 soon

>> No.54907143

>>54906835
Nothing wrong with those. Well, i would probably not tie to anything that can even in theory add stress to sink connection.

>> No.54907241

>>54907136
>It has a max tdp of 125w,
According to marketing. The truth is that 90% of AM3+ mobos outthere have insufficent VRM's for eight-core bulldozers, even at stock.

>someone online managed to get a 6300 to 4.7ghz on it too
'Managed to get' probably doesnt mean that the VRM mosfets will stay in healthy temperatures.

> I'm getting a cheap 4670 soon
NOOOO.
Only traitors buy Intel and in such case you should go for Sandy/Sandy-E or Ivy-E, just not to support current Intel lineup. Plus, they are better overclockers than Has/Has-E or memelake.

>> No.54907255

>>54907241
it's £120 for a 4670 and a Z97, i'm not passing that up

>> No.54907275

>>54907255
wait for zen dood

>> No.54907290

>>54907275
Why? Zen will be either expensive (Only 6-8 core) or shit. ~150 € for Haswell+Z97 sounds legit.

>> No.54907291

>>54907275
then zen 4670 equivalent/better won't be £120 with a motherboard

>> No.54907301

>>54907255
Think of the TIM'd IHS.

>> No.54907325

>>54907290
the mobile stuff already looks promising
>>54907291
maybe, or maybe it will
remember they just dropped a gtx 980 tier card for 200 bucks

>> No.54907419

>>54907325
>the mobile stuff already looks promising
Those are Exvacator, in other words bulldozers.

> dropped a gtx 980 tier card for 200 bucks
Not in the British Empire or the EU.

>> No.54907434

>>54907291
>4670
>not even hyperthreading
you could just get an fx-4300 at that point familia...

>> No.54907453

>>54907434
why the fuck would you even change the 6300 for a 4670????? for that fucking 10 watt?

>> No.54907472

>>54907453
performance

I get fucked in gayms with the Per core performance of a q6600

>> No.54907521

>>54907472
Never go full retard...Even E8400 (and the quad core variant) has lower IPC than faildozer.

>> No.54907524

>>54907472
so you go with
>less cache
>less memory maximum bandwidth
>less ghz
>less cores
>more jew
>no unlock
just because you play with gayms that are written by retards and didn't optimize multi-thread usage for shit?
why do you even have a pc get a ps4 then

>> No.54907537

>>54907521
tell that to 14fps in GTA5 and 3 fps in JC3
>>54907524
Well the 4670 is objectively more powerful than the 6300, even in well optimised games

>> No.54907585

>>54907537
i dont even know what you're talkinga bout... i run a 9370, its ipc isnt the best either but still its never the reason if some gaymun shit is fucking with me, but rather my faulty underclocked vga

>> No.54907603

>>54907585
FX6300 in gayms is bad

4670 in gayms is good

simple

>> No.54907620
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Most of this poor build I've had since 2008 or 2009

Also, I always manage to fuck up pic related, the bottom one was not a mistake, I used to have a dual slot card

>> No.54908052

>>54907537
>tell that to 14fps in GTA5
Minimum FPS? Minimum i get with [email protected] and [email protected] (there is no performance difference between them with gitiaafaif when running at same clock) is 42FPS, but this of course is dependant on some cpu taxing settings, so care to share yours?
Actually, i think it might well have to do with your mobo; bulldozers might run on it, but with piss poor performance. At least that is my experience with 890 -chipset mobos with FX-8350, they run, but very poorly.

>> No.54908103

>>54908052
averadge FPS on absolute lowest

>> No.54908782

>>54908103
If thats with R9 280 or 290 at 1920x1200 or 1920x1080, there is definitely something wrong there (except for using AMD cpu, of course).

>> No.54909184

>>54908782
R9 285 and an FX6300. My mate has a 4460 and a 380 and gets stable 60fps, so it's definitely the CPU

>> No.54909944

This case was a huge fucking mistake, putting front fan in was almost impossible even with those rubber fan mount things. But I'm also super happy that my build is done, only thing that I'm gonna add soon is 140mm side panel fan, and all I will be left is overclocking.

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>>54909944
captcha ate my pic

>> No.54910004

>>54894434
Nice setup man. And also

>750D
Brother!

>> No.54910027

>>54909184
Or its the mobo with that chipset, which doesnt work correctly with bulldozers. I dont get nowhere near that bad performance with the same cpu on 990fx mobo (Sabertooth R2.0, Niga 990FXA-UD3 rev4 or Assrack Extreme9).

>stable 60fps
I dont get stable 60fps (because of cpu) with [email protected] and the IPC difference between haswell and Sandy is insignificant, especially when that 4460 has butchered l2 cake. So your mate might be giving little too rosy output.

>> No.54910622

>>54906799
There was an attempt

>> No.54911034

>>54910027
my other mate has a 970 chipset and a 6300 and gets sub 30, and another mate has a 4460 and a 970 and gets 100+ fps on high settings

>> No.54911046

>>54910622
>there was an attempt
what? It looks good

>> No.54911077

>>54911034
You're terms are completely fucked. I can assure you that there is no CPU than can keep frames at 100+ constantly with GTA5. 60 maybe, but just maybe. It throws everything into two threads and bogs cpu down nicely when there is large amount of physics activity.

>> No.54911119

People with ITX rigs, what are the positive/negatives? I'm thinking about falling for the meme

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>> No.54911161

>>54911119
There is no good ITX boards for any chipsets or cpu's, so why bother?

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>>54911119
Positives : smol, doesn't take up much space, qt
Negatives : limited upgrade paths, limited space (duh), higher price, more difficult to work in unless you have girl hands

Sold these guts a while back for $120. AMD phenom 955
GT 240
8 GB Ripjaws

I think the guy I sold it to really got his money's worth for super entry level gaming and general usage.

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this is what my guts always look like, but I took the light strip out because it was annoying me
I clean my pc every month or so, the filters keep out the majority of dust.
my monitors are now actually 2 x AOC 25" 1440p

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Got my hands on a Gigabyte USB 3.1 plug type A and C pcie card today. $20 brand new at microcenter. Probably take new pic when I install it. Also did a repaste for the first time this year. My thermal paste becomes like epoxy when it dries and the only way to get it off is 100% alcohol and a q-tip. The black letters that are normally on the lid of the cpu are completely gone. Wiped away. There goes my warranty.

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>>54907079
NCase M1

>> No.54911716

>>54893288
I assume your case has a top vent? otherwise why is your heatsink oriented that way?

>> No.54911750

>>54911716
it has a top exhaust. It would exhaust out the back but it doesn't fit in the case the normal way

and the mounting is fucked so even if it did fit the right way I couldn't put it in that way

>> No.54911839

>>54893288
>>54893302
>>54895447
>>54896069
>>54896119
>>54896175
>>54905502
>>54906925
>>54906945
>>54906957
>>54906974
>>54907290
>>54911119
>>54911565
>>54911750
Hi there!

You seem to have made a bit of a mistake in your post. Luckily, the users of 4chan are always willing to help you clear this problem right up! You appear to have used a tripcode when posting, but your identity has nothing at all to do with the conversation! Whoops! You should always remember to stop using your tripcode when the thread it was used for is gone, unless another one is started! Posting with a tripcode when it isn't necessary is poor form. You should always try to post anonymously, unless your identity is absolutely vital to the post that you're making!

Now, there's no need to thank me - I'm just doing my bit to help you get used to the anonymous image-board culture!

>> No.54911866

>>54911839
>>>/b/
>>>/v/

>> No.54911888

>>54911839
TL;DR

>> No.54911935

>>54911888
TL;DR - quit tripfagging

>> No.54912070

>>54911935
As if it makes any difference whether it's included in the post or not other than some people get butthurt about it for no reason.

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>> No.54912931

>>54893723
I own an air compressor and I can't possibly think of a more gigantic pain the ass that can be avoided by paying a DOLLAR. I buy 3 packs of air dusters from Microcenter. Then I don't have to drag an air line in from the fucking garage just to blow out my tower.

>> No.54912958

>>54911716
>>54903125
You have to rotate the cooler 90 degrees on a lot mobos because of how retarded packed in they are now. On mine I have to remove my cooler to add or remove RAM ;_;

>> No.54912977

>>54893723
this literally only makes sense if you already own an air compressor. I have one for airbrushing but I still run it under the sink for the radiator

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>> No.54913666

>>54913594

There's a cat in your tower

>> No.54913881

>>54897413
Serious question, is his CPU cooler on wrong?

>> No.54913953

>>54913881
Yes it is.

>> No.54913991

>>54913953
My Thermaltake Armor vents out the top so that would be fine

>> No.54914208

>>54913881
yes

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The lighting on my phone's camera is trash.

>> No.54914375

>>54914349
What do you use that system for?

>> No.54914400

>>54914375
Watching anime, playing CSGO and League, and shitposting on 4cham

>> No.54914504

>>54914375
Gameplay recording and editing, mainly. I've been doing some work in UE4 recently, just for fun. I'm about to take some texture courses this coming semester, so I'm curious to see how these cards will handle rendering compared to the workstations in our labs.

>> No.54914519

>>54914400
Actually I play Dota 2, but other than that you are absolutely correct.

>> No.54914633

>>54913881
Not really ...it sits funny yes , but i have a similar cooler and you can put the fan on either side depending on space and airflow

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>>54913881
>>54913953
>>54914208
>>54914633

see >>54913594
These are a Hyper T4. they only mount in one direction on AMD heatsinks, making them a poor choice unless your mounting plate and bracket is rotated 90 degrees from the factory.

They come with hardware to mount in any direction on a T4.

>> No.54915307

>>54915252
whoops. didn't finish my thought there, had a phone call in the middle of typing.

They come with mounting hardware to mount in any direction on a T4 for LGA115x/775/1366 from what I understand. mine was a swap for a 212+ to go on an FX8350 so I had to use the AMD heatsink mount adapter from a CNPS5X I had on there previously.

>> No.54915316

>>54914400
>LoL
>CSGO
What do you need those 980s for?

>> No.54915329

>>54915252
oh i forgot that AMDfags shit up everything they have anything to do with ever

>> No.54915349

>>54914504
you got cucked for the SLI meme good job, you will never use that second card just give it to me I will put it in its own system

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>> No.54915697

>>54915316
I have a 1440p monitor and play most AAA games, mainly The Witcher 3.

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>>54915329
yeah, you even lose access to two of your RAM slots on some boards in that configuration

>> No.54915824

>>54915725
new favorite version of laughinggirls.jpg

>> No.54916193

>>54912890
>Not even trying
Yeah fits well with the thread theme anon.

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>>54892489
>inb4 HDR bleed

>> No.54918021

>>54912931
>I don't have to drag an air line in from the fucking garage just to blow out my tower.
You're clearly misinformed about the kind of air compressor you can get for $100. If you can't bring the compressor to the computer, you're going too big.

>> No.54918095

>>54907084
That's retarded. You DO NOT HAVE TO PUT A RADIATOR IN BETWEEN COMPONENTS. Go with what gives you the shortest tubing runs and put those front fans on fucking intake. It's not going to raise your case temp by any noticeable amount. Intake at the bottom and front, exhaust at the top and back. Res to pump to front rad to GPUs to mobo or CPU, whichever ends up being cleanest, then to the other one, then the top rad, and back to the res.

>> No.54918116

>>54918021
You are suggesting I buy a second air compressor, in order to avoid buying air duster cans for a few $? My air compressor now is not big, and it has wheels but I still don't want to unplug it from the garage and wheel it through the house. It'd leave a trail of saw dust and again be a huge pain in the ass.

>> No.54918130

>>54907084
>GPU ^
>GPU 2
>Looking like a three year old drew it
You have ADHD don't you

>> No.54918137

>>54905435
Fine, AMD launches their shit wherever they feel like it because the only thing they have going for them is "Muh value," while based Nvidia launches their architectures from the top down. Happy?

>> No.54918240

>>54907010
They're made by XSPC. I've heard complaints about XSPC's build quality from some people, but they've never given me a problem. And their more recent shit like the Photon reservoirs, Raystorm Pro block, and AX series radiators is fucking gorgeous.

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>>54916360
>>54915557
>>54914349
>>54911565
>>54911516
perdy

>> No.54918547

>>54918438
>RAM water block
Why.

>> No.54918568

>>54918547
Had an amazon gift card

*shrug*

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>>54918438
>Two 980s
Hi could I interest you in a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080? It is much faster than two 980s, it is like a super computer in your living room! It has a TDP of 2W and it can run DOOM 4 4k at 800 FPS!

>> No.54918616

>>54918582
When he golden parachutes onto the next big company next year he's going to feel very silly. "This is a tribal tattoo that means CEREAL LIFE! You see I'm very personally invested here at General Mills."

>> No.54918624

>>54892489

Every three months or so I take my machines outside, fire up the truck, and blow the machines out with compressed air from the air brake system.

I keep telling people I have a 450hp air compressor.

You just have to be careful with the fans. If you make them suddenly reverse direction, you'll snap fins off.

>> No.54918673

>>54918624
Yeah, you're also wearing out the bearings if you hit the fans with compressed air without stopping them from moving first. Just jam a toothpick in them so they can't rotate.

>> No.54918695

>>54918673
Old myth, doesn't happen anymore with todays fans. The Bearings are relaxed when turned off, nothing is worn out.

>> No.54918711

>>54918673

I have my doubts about this. Running them faster than normal for a couple seconds every few months isn't going to make any real difference.

The fans are all disposable crap anyway. I keep a few extra if I need to replace one. Happens about once a year for six computers.

>> No.54918760

>>54918695
Depends on what you consider a modern fan. Gentle Typhoons are still ball-bearing fans, and there hasn't been a better fan made yet. The only real competition is from EK Vardars, which are also ball bearing fans.

>> No.54918855

>>54918760
Anything within the last ten years

>> No.54920176

>>54909960
Slav?

>> No.54922112

>>54911935
I'm gonna take this as reverse psychology and tripfag! Then i'm gonna slightly change my name and trip every time so you can't properly block me, which you should have done from the get for all tripfags instead of being a whiny bitch!

See you in later threads!!!

>> No.54923824

>>54920176
but of course

>> No.54924407

>>54905281

did you murder someone while building it?

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