- Feb 19, 2006
- 170 (0.03/day)
- Dyer, TN
|System Name||POS built from new and used parts from everywhere in pieces cheap|
|Processor||Amd Ryzen R5 3600X $180 used off Ars and a 3900X is only 5-8fps faster in games, so y spend more $$$|
|Motherboard||msi x570 gaming edge wifi $180 refurb off Amazon|
|Cooling||Noctua NH-D14 used off ebay for $65|
|Memory||G.Skill RipJaws V Series 16GB DDR4 3600mhz $85 off Amazon|
|Video Card(s)||XFX RX 5700 XT|
|Storage||1 tb ssd, 4 tb spinner, 4 tb spinner, 5 tb spinner, 2tb spinner, 4tb External|
|Display(s)||2 50" "chap" Hisense TV's|
|Case||Cooler Master Kick butt case.|
|Audio Device(s)||Marantz SR-5010|
|Power Supply||Corsair RM1000x Modular Got manufacture refurbished for $85 Shipped on Amazon|
|Mouse||Elecom Huge Marble Mouse $35 off ebay used and worth every penny!|
|Keyboard||Cheap Gofreetech Mechanical I got for $16 off Eblay|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro Bought key for $20 off HRK|
|Benchmark Scores||It does something, plays games and stuff, do I really need to whip out my score penis at you?|
If your minimum temperature is 17.5c, then your room temperature must be lower than this. Isn't that a little cold for the human body.
A fan, or wind blowing on you when its cold, makes you colder, especially if you are made of metal
Probably true given the copper inserts to aluminum heatsinks.
Ive been/was a mechanic for many years, and used this stuff on many types of metal, under a ton of heat, stress, and pressure, and have yet to ever seen it eat any of the metal its been applied to, either by me, or from the factory, or from someone else that did the job before I got a hold of it. SO far, I have used this stuff on everything I and my son own, and on computers and laptops I have fixed so far, with great results. I am looking forward to my long term test, for I really think that since this stuff was made to withstand much greater temps then I could ever put it through, that it will last much longer then reg paste I used to use. I even did my old laptop my daughter is using for school since she isnt going, and all her work has to be done on line, so Im really really looking forward to the long term test on it, for a laptops eats paste for breakfast, and Im usually redoing it once a year, and even then its pretty much all dried up. So for me, Im not really worried about it eating my cpu or heatsink metal at all, nor shorting anything out, for I apply it like liquid metal, and use the thinnest of layer when applied, even thinner then the paste I used to use in fact, and seems to work better with a ultra thin layer, then a thicker one I have found out in my testing and trial and error applications and tests.