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Not sure why its taken so long to grab something like this to make life a little easier! Just needed something to fire up plex on the tele (+ a couple of useful android apps)... bored of saving stuff to USB or hooking up the laptop or even smart screening from a phone (which sometimes fails) to get our weekly dose of videos/etc. I had plex running on a minix U1 box some time ago which i believe the plex app was pulled or the device no longer supported it... worked on and off anyway and poorly optimised for that sort of hardware/software. Haven't set it up yet... hope ROKU does it seamlessly better!!


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Bonus item - You can now watch the Weird Al Yankovic "biopic" for free. I really do recommend it! :D
 

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The reviewer is right, they're not bad.
magnets. Hard drive.


The noctua gaskets are only for noctua fans - you'd have to hack at them to make them fit regular fans.
At the very least you're cutting off those pegs, and they may not work for a rounded fan design anyway i guess
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I just had fan comparing ML120s, masterfan 120s and alphacool rise 120's to see how they look in push/pull situations - sadly the alphacool fans really weren't made for it with 80% of the RGB being blocked and with far too thin anti vibration pads for some reason.


Trying to see if i can fit all 9 fans in my build as i'm adding all that new goodness

No ARGB ring, pads are too thin to reach anything - seriously look at the height difference with the fans flipped over
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They look awesome from the front and the ring is visible from the side, but when used as pulls they're a noise risk and you basically get to see just the thin ring

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The coolermaster fans have four rings (four angles to the same LED's, technically) - two on the sides, front and back
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And y'know, vibration pads.

I've got
3x ML120
3x masterfan 120
3x AC rise 120

360x45mm front intake
360x30mm top exhaust
I need two sets of push and one pull, the pull needs to not look like ass and the push wont be visible from outside the PC

I suppose the ML120's would be the best performing front push based on googling, with the MF120's pulling to get their side and rear rings visible with the AC rise's as top exhaust
 
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magnets. Hard drive.
As long as they're not next to each other, you're fine. HDD's themselves have VERY strong magnets in them which drive head movement. Fans themselves have magnets in them as do any electrically driven motor.

Data safely in a magnet data storage device(and it's media) is not about the presence of external magnetic fields, but about the configuration and attenuation of those fields. This is why drive makers use metal as a chassis material for HDD's instead of plastics or other composite materials, to shield the media inside. SSD's? Many are made of plastic and that's ok because they are not susceptible to data destruction due to arrant magnetic field exposure.

So magnets like that are not something to be worried about from a technological point of view.
 
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As long as they're not next to each other, you're fine.
Would you stick something to a hard drive with a magnet?

Even if safe, it would feel very wrong...
 
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Would you stick something to a hard drive with a magnet?

Even if safe, it would feel very wrong...
Yeah, that sounds wrong to me as well, magnets and HDDs in close proximity sounds like a bad idea.....now, IF they were SSDs and magnets, I'd feel a bit better.
 
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Yeah, that sounds wrong to me as well, magnets and HDDs in close proximity sounds like a bad idea.....now, IF they were SSDs and magnets, I'd feel a bit better.

In the past, hard drives were used where proximity to a magnet led to destruction. This is no longer the case today (in most cases). Today, flash and SSD drives are used that are not destroyed by magnets.

Even an extra strong neodymium magnet does not damage the SSD.

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Would you stick something to a hard drive with a magnet?

Even if safe, it would feel very wrong...
 
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I had these magnetic fan fasteners years ago. I did really like them. Magnets in these were really strong. You could install fan to anywhere in case with these. Didn't have any problems with hard drives. But there was always some distance between these and the drives. Couple years ago I was looking for if someone made/sell these. Results where no, not even in china.

Also there was similar product from Prolimatech and magnets in these where really weak. Installing fan in the front of case->fan would slowly drop to bottom of the case.
 
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And that's the upgrades done for some years :D (unless the 7900XTX turns out to be an upgrade :eek:)

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oh, yeah that one is awesome...
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received it today .... hilariously, the night before was : snow ... ~20cm of it, but the road are clean :) center drive are practical, unlike rear drive you can still pedals unhindered when the battery is dead or on flat ground to spare the battery.

quick order of accessories in the process
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(the mudguard can be used front or rear thus 2 ordered, much needed ... wet face and butt is not nice :laugh: )

i checked the Yamaha 500Wh battery replacement in, waaaaaaaaaaaay further, advance, it's priced ~880chf weeew ... well so 2019chf for the bike and motor and 880 for the "consummable", could be worse also some user reported around 10'000km range before swapping battery that would make the cost 8-9cts per km o_O

42V 4A charger is fast enough, also

for that price it was either that or a 4090 custom ... well 0% interest is not a thing for Graphic card ... :ohwell:
 
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oh, yeah that one is awesome...
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received it today .... hilariously, the night before was : snow ... ~20cm of it, but the road are clean :) center drive are practical, unlike rear drive you can still pedals unhindered when the battery is dead or on flat ground to spare the battery.

quick order of accessories in the process
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(the mudguard can be used front or rear thus 2 ordered, much needed ... wet face and butt is not nice :laugh: )

i checked the Yamaha 500Wh battery replacement in, waaaaaaaaaaaay further, advance, it's priced ~880chf weeew ... well so 2019chf for the bike and motor and 880 for the "consummable", could be worse also some user reported around 10'000km range before swapping battery that would make the cost 8-9cts per km o_O

42V 4A charger is fast enough, also

for that price it was either that or a 4090 custom ... well 0% interest is not a thing for Graphic card ... :ohwell:

Nice bike :cool:
Yeah mudguards and a good lock absolutely needed!!
 
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And that's the upgrades done for some years :D (unless the 7900XTX turns out to be an upgrade :eek:)

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When I got my box I was like what the heck? This is tiny. Putting a 700 Buck CPU that is that small into a motherboard for the first time was pretty hairy.
 
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When I got my box I was like what the heck? This is tiny. Putting a 700 Buck CPU that is that small into a motherboard for the first time was pretty hairy.

Not sure why the Ryzen 9 boxes are 3 times thicker than Ryzen 5 and 7, maybe to make them feel premium with the magnetic lid.

Had a couple of random restarts probably win 11 version of BSODs, hope i didn't bend some pins by overtightening the AIO mount screws as i couldn't reach the bottom ones with my fingers. Was quite a hassle because i didn't want to remove the GPU from the vertical mount (unplug the 12vhpwr), only left it on 1 screw to push it down and make room.

Temps look good more or less the same as with the 7600X apart from easily hitting 95°C, might be some RAM settings but i think they're the same as i ran a before with the 7600X. Or maybe it doesn't like the +150mhz PBO overrride even though it seems capped at 5.7 and nothing more no matter the override :confused:
 
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Had a couple of random restarts probably win 11 version of BSODs

Temps look good more or less the same as with the 7600X apart from easily hitting 95°C, might be some RAM settings but i think they're the same as i ran a before with the 7600X. Or maybe it doesn't like the +150mhz PBO overrride even though it seems capped at 5.7 and nothing more no matter the override :confused:
Looks like unstable (cores) most likely. They seem more likely to error out at high temps, especially with custom clocking, possibly temps as low as 70 C causing errors.
Most likely the custom clocks.
 
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Looks like unstable (cores) most likely.

I've reduced the override from +150 to +100 and it hasn't crashed yet at CO -10, so looks like that was the problem.
 
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I've reduced the override from +150 to +100 and it hasn't crashed yet at CO -10, so looks like that was the problem.
The error is probably in the event log.
 
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The error is probably in the event log.

This seems to be the crashes

The SSGDIO service failed to start due to the following error:
A certificate was explicitly revoked by its issuer.
Event ID 7000

I log on with the PIN and i had to change it after fitting the new CPU as some security settings changed :confused: Not sure if it's the overclock or win11 going crazy with some weird security features.

Seems to be a logon service error, weird.
 
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Well when I was installing my new NVME drive. Like a dufus I allowed a drop of coolant to escape my quick connect. I guess it dropped on my RAM because I no longer can get 3600 but only 2400. I have had these in my save for later card on Newegg for months. I paid just under $300 for these but they will be the last set of DDR4 RAM that I will buy.
 

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This seems to be the crashes

The SSGDIO service failed to start due to the following error:
A certificate was explicitly revoked by its issuer.
Event ID 7000

I log on with the PIN and i had to change it after fitting the new CPU as some security settings changed :confused: Not sure if it's the overclock or win11 going crazy with some weird security features.

Seems to be a logon service error, weird.
Need to look for WHEA errors or "bugcheck" entries. The error message you showed, is more likely a Windows bug, possibly caused by a recent patch-Tuesday. (the second-Tuesday of the month)
 
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If you use fTPM, swapping your CPU removes all of the security data stored there, IIRC. W11 seems to like to use a TPM more than previous editions of Windows.
 
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If you use fTPM, swapping your CPU removes all of the security data stored there, IIRC. W11 seems to like to use a TPM more than previous editions of Windows.

I think it must be that as there are no WHEA errors in the system event logs. Pretty sure fTPM is set in BIOS, didn't change anything there, only memory timings and voltages, case fan curves and PBO.

Will try boost override +200 to see if it crashes again but otherwise whatever it was, it's now fixed :D
 

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As long as they're not next to each other, you're fine. HDD's themselves have VERY strong magnets in them which drive head movement. Fans themselves have magnets in them as do any electrically driven motor.

Data safely in a magnet data storage device(and it's media) is not about the presence of external magnetic fields, but about the configuration and attenuation of those fields. This is why drive makers use metal as a chassis material for HDD's instead of plastics or other composite materials, to shield the media inside. SSD's? Many are made of plastic and that's ok because they are not susceptible to data destruction due to arrant magnetic field exposure.

So magnets like that are not something to be worried about from a technological point of view.
Gunna say go try that yourself, as i've lost terabytes of data do someone with a f*cking phones magnetic case being sat on top of it

AMD released new chipset drivers today with mentions of a BSOD fix in W11 and the new CPU's
+200 vs +0 obviously requires different voltage offsets, especially at lower clocks/idle
 
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I really need to stay away from Ebay after my prescribed pain meds kick in. I bought what looks to be an excellent ASRock X99 Extreme6/3.1 complete with everything it originally shipped with for $210 including free shipping this afternoon after some negotiating with the seller. I have 4 spare 2011-3 CPU's on hand (6950X, 5960X, E5 2678 V3 and E5 2683 V3) and the 6950X is the most likely candidate.

I've actually been looking for one of those mobos at a sane price for a couple of years now. This is the first one I've came across at a decent price that's complete and allegedly fully functional. My 9 year old ASRock Z87 Extreme6/4790K has been running almost 24/7 since I first built it and it's time to finally retire it. With the X99 Extreme6/3.1 I get USB C, NVMe storage,. much faster quad channel memory and a choice of much better CPU's. I lose nothing since all of the previous connections are the same. I've been procrastinating other CPU/mobo combinations for quite a while and this is the only exact drop-in upgrade replacement I've came up with.
 
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