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Finally got approval to spend some of my research grant on a much needed hardware upgrade. There's also a Sapphire Nitro+ SE 6800XT on backorder, who knows when I'll get that. I'm happy if I get it by May, to be honest.

Also made a much smaller purchase on my own:

Looking forward to hearing your thoughts on the PG/ITX. If only you put the 4650G in the ITX board, we could have a head to head, 2.0V B-die Renoir bench-off :laugh:

you'd win though, my Viper Steels are A0 and shite
 
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Looking forward to hearing your thoughts on the PG/ITX. If only you put the 4650G in the ITX board, we could have a head to head, 2.0V B-die Renoir bench-off :laugh:

you'd win though, my Viper Steels are A0 and shite
Heh, that would be fun, but unfortunately the HTPC gets too much use for me to disassemble :p Also, my DIY cooler is enough of a pain to install and remove that I'm avoiding that for as long as I can :p

Is that a 5800X?
Yep, it is. Poor value for money, but should last me for quite a while, and performance so far seems excellent. I kind of considered getting a 5900X - I don't need it, but it might be good for future proofing - but my preferred store said they literally hadn't gotten a single one in since their small launch shipment. Naturally I dropped that idea :p They had plenty of 5800Xes though.
 
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Heh, that would be fun, but unfortunately the HTPC gets too much use for me to disassemble :p Also, my DIY cooler is enough of a pain to install and remove that I'm avoiding that for as long as I can :p


Yep, it is. Poor value for money, but should last me for quite a while, and performance so far seems excellent. I kind of considered getting a 5900X - I don't need it, but it might be good for future proofing - but my preferred store said they literally hadn't gotten a single one in since their small launch shipment. Naturally I dropped that idea :p They had plenty of 5800Xes though.
It was the same for me with my 5800X, I searched but my local stores did not have any 5900's for months so I gave up. Single core performance is still very good though.
 
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It's not often I buy "cheap" stuff, but there are Be Quiet! System Power U9 80+ Bronze 400W power supplies going on sale for US$35 shipped right now and I picked one up. Apparently the ripple suppression is surprisingly good and they're the quietest power supply in the 400W category. Based on an older Channel Well Technology (CWT) platform with some DC modifications. I'm interested to try it out because it actually sounds pretty decent and should be good for some LGA775 testbench overclocking.

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My old stand-by mice were the M100 or B100 from Logitech. Basic mice which can be bought in multipacks for under $10/each. Not a big loss if lost at work or given to a colleague in need. At least, back in the before times when I did that kind of in-person thing... haven't seen the office in... awhile.

Anyhoo, is the G300s a good mouse for $25-ish? Yes! The improvement was felt immediately. Small feet are okay on hard office desk but terrible on mousepads. If you're a thrifty modder you could buy M100 + wide replacement feet. On the other hand, the G300s has a rad blue stripes which might be worth those extra dollars!

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Going from "backup mouse" to G300S has been a very positive experience the last couple hours of use. My wife has an ancient G700s and is also trying a G300s right now. Her review is... mixed, but understandably so, it's a downgrade from such an amazing mouse. In other words, it seems to be priced accordingly between the two extremes.
 
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It's not often I buy "cheap" stuff, but there are Be Quiet! System Power U9 80+ Bronze 400W power supplies going on sale for US$35 shipped right now and I picked one up. Apparently the ripple suppression is surprisingly good and they're the quietest power supply in the 400W category. Based on an older Channel Well Technology (CWT) platform with some DC modifications. I'm interested to try it out because it actually sounds pretty decent and should be good for some LGA775 testbench overclocking.

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I buy cheap stuff all the time. Link, if you'd be so kind? I can't find this.
 
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(edit: I keep forgetting that the US wall outlet is 110 volts, so this would be the wrong model anyway)
Nah PSUs have been “switchable“(110/230V)for years just need the right cord for the wall.
 
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Nah PSUs have been “switchable“(110/230V)for years just need the right cord for the wall.

True, I guess a lot of modern power supplies switch automatically based on the input voltage. I think I've only seen a 230V/110V switch once on a very cheap budget unit.
 

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True, I guess a lot of modern power supplies switch automatically based on the input voltage. I think I've only seen a 230V/110V switch once on a very cheap budget unit.
Yeah probably the only ones you might still find a physical switch on.
 
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It's been ages since I've personally seen a brand new PSU with a manual voltage switch. Recently only on youtube videos where someone has bought one on purpose when trying to build the cheapest possible PC or something.
 
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My old stand-by mice were the M100 or B100 from Logitech. Basic mice which can be bought in multipacks for under $10/each. Not a big loss if lost at work or given to a colleague in need. At least, back in the before times when I did that kind of in-person thing... haven't seen the office in... awhile.

Anyhoo, is the G300s a good mouse for $25-ish? Yes! The improvement was felt immediately. Small feet are okay on hard office desk but terrible on mousepads. If you're a thrifty modder you could buy M100 + wide replacement feet. On the other hand, the G300s has a rad blue stripes which might be worth those extra dollars!

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Going from "backup mouse" to G300S has been a very positive experience the last couple hours of use. My wife has an ancient G700s and is also trying a G300s right now. Her review is... mixed, but understandably so, it's a downgrade from such an amazing mouse. In other words, it seems to be priced accordingly between the two extremes.

Ah! I have the OG version of that mouse, the silver one with the red bottom! I actually still use it, but with my laptop because I HATE trackpads with a passion. It still works just fine, but the silver finish on it shows signs of heavy use, naturally. It's actually still my favorite mouse. I have small hands and it fits them like a glove :D
 
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It's been ages since I've personally seen a brand new PSU with a manual voltage switch. Recently only on youtube videos where someone has bought one on purpose when trying to build the cheapest possible PC or something.
Aren't those switches typically indicative of a passive PFC design, essentially meaning it's - at best! - technologically on par with a low-end design from the early 2000s? I personally wouldn't trust any PSU with an input voltage selector switch. No way.
 

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This was delivered today.

But going to send back the Commander Pro.

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And this was delivered Today

I would really appreciate if those members in Europe could help me to find a Hardwarelabs BLACK ICE NEMESIS GTX 360 RADIATOR - BLACK. :oops:

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Two of them. You should, as physics would predict, be able to cool 4 130w CPUs, 2 300w GPU's and have enough cooling potential left over to cover mild overclocking of all. In other words, you have engaged in what is termed "over-kill". Heat-soak is a thing but once you hit thermal equilibrium it'll be very stable and as long as you keep ambient reasonable, also very cool.
 
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@Knoxx29 you sold the chiller?
Yes, i took a break and it was laying around so a friend of mine asked me if he could have it, planning to get this one: https://www.alphacool.com/shop/chil...tra-titan-1500-hc500-790watt-cooling-capacity

Two of them. You should, as physics would predict, be able to cool 4 130w CPUs, 2 300w GPU's and have enough cooling potential left over to cover mild overclocking of all. In other words, you have engaged in what is termed "over-kill". Heat-soak is a thing but once you hit thermal equilibrium it'll be very stable and as long as you keep ambient reasonable, also very cool.
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That power supply that I showed earlier (post #6480), originally I was only going to buy one of them. But I was impressed with how this little guy performs and so I ordered a few more......

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