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I had a MSI s754 mATX board with a GF 6200 SE graphics card in a Cosmos S back in the day, that looked even more tiny. :)

Geez this poor guy.

What else we got? Has anyone taken "I can't believe he's using a NZXT fan on a corsair radiator!" ?
LMAO, "poor guy" since I don't have a graphics card which costs more than a typical 1080p gaming PC? Tho I'm wondering why the fan pulls air instead of pushing since it's front-mounted.
 
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LMAO, "poor guy" since I don't have a graphics card which costs more than a typical 1080p gaming PC? Tho I'm wondering why the fan pulls air instead of pushing since it's front-mounted.
Easier to clean and sometimes quieter depending on the case. He also has it pulling cold air which is the best way to use that AIO.

Poor not as in money, but unfortunate as in "post your high-fps gaming rig on techforum, instantly get sh*t on..." lmao.

That's a nice rig for a 1440P @ 165Hz.
 
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Easier to clean and sometimes quieter depending on the case. He also has it pulling cold air which is the best way to use that AIO.

Poor not as in money, but unfortunate as in "post your high-fps gaming rig on techforum, instantly get sh*t on..." lmao.

That's a nice rig for a 1440P @ 165Hz.
this isnt a "roast me" thread? :eek: jk.
I didnt wanna hurt anyone's feelings there,
i just always felt awkward about mitx boards and mid/full towers...
its like
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uh yeah... You get me.
 
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Easier to clean and sometimes quieter depending on the case. He also has it pulling cold air which is the best way to use that AIO.

Poor not as in money, but unfortunate as in "post your high-fps gaming rig on techforum, instantly get sh*t on..." lmao.

That's a nice rig for a 1440P @ 165Hz.
Yeah i got shit on my system from people with cheaper setups i know will butthurt many users since they cant afford a RTX 2080 Ti. Even my 4790 K is faster than their cheapo AMD ryzen's.

Especially hates comes fom AMD fanboys that think Ryzen is the best thing that happen on their life...

Listen Chloe Price you have one of the lowest spec system on here with that tiny OEM AMD CPU cooler and crossfire setup that even god forgot.

T
hink of game developers and AMD as much as they care about crossfire ... NOTHING ! Plus you have too many fans for a system that do not make even the tinyiest heat.

And there is the original Corsair 140mm fan on the front of the radiator, the NZXT is helping to pull the air, i know i do not have matching fans but i dont want to spend money on another pair of 140mm fans for now.



Thank You, You are first person to notice the elephant in the room (or actually opposite) a huge 2080ti on a mini itx board - damn.
I'd imagine that thing to rip mobo with standoffs off the case!
I dont need to buy a full ATX motherboard to make my system more pleasent to your eyes
 
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@Chloe Price
got a point there though, You gotta chill bro , we are all friends here :)
Stating my own opinion doesnt mean You need to go all defensive.
I hope You have a good friday though:)
 
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What ? AIO are just there to cool down the CPU is a fast way to have good temperatures. Is way better than big chunk Noctua air cooled thing hangin out from a vertical motherboard.

Plus is not a CHEAP AIO !! Is a 140mm Corsair H90 cooler !!!

What about who buy cheap motherboard with cheap memory and even cheaper AMD cpu with rtx 2080 TI ( also with other expensive cards from AMD/Nvidia ) and playing on a 1080p monitors ? There are plenty of people like that ( JUST GO BACK IN THIS THREAD AND SEE )

Another examples are the overclockers that loves to see numbers and numbers but they do not give a s....t about games nor they are even good to play games. But they spend 1000+£$ on 2011/2066 sockets CPU just to see how many numbers they can make with them !! And what they use to display those numbers, on a cheap 17" monitor with DVI ??? A 5- 8 year old graphics card, like a GTX 550 GTX 8800 GTS !!

Full custom watercooling loop are just for aesthetics just fot the joy of your eyes like RGB on today every hardware.

And i HAD MANY FULL Watercooled desktop in my life !!!

I prefer AIO because of ease of use they bring better temps in summer compared to tower type air heatsink, and also im tired of the expense/maintenance/risk of leak of the custom water cooling setups.
Lmao what? A 140mm AIO cools worse than a cheaper air cooler. Only benefit of an AIO at that point is for it to take longer to reach max temp due to the higher specific heat capacity of water compared to air. You still end up reaching as high a temperature as an air cooler, it just takes longer... You want at least a 280mm AIO for one to actually make sense compared to an air cooler of the same/lower price.
 
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Lmao what? A 140mm AIO cools worse than a cheaper air cooler. Only benefit of an AIO at that point is for it to take longer to reach max temp due to the higher specific heat capacity of water compared to air. You still end up reaching as high a temperature as an air cooler, it just takes longer... You want at least a 280mm AIO for one to actually make sense compared to an air cooler of the same/lower price.
In a mixed-use scenario (gaming) where a videocard is dumping 300w into the case (right up into your aircooler), and your air cooler is using the same air to try and cool the cpu, a 140MM intake AIO will up cooling much better. On a test bench when there is only CPU load applied and ambient is stabilized between the two coolers - then air coolers do awesome. But that's not the environment they're in when you're gaming in a closed case.

Thats why whenever people pop the side off their case their cpu temps allways drop 5-10C with an air cooler. an intake AIO always cools the same.
 
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This thread is about showing pics of your current PC - period. Please stay on topic.
Thanks and keep sharing pics:toast:
 
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Not the best quality, I need a better camera, but I do like the mini itx/HTPC builds even though their frustrating to work in due to limited space but that's to be expected.
 
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I had major problems with my computer for the last week, couldn't get it to see drives. Thought she was a write off, glad I didn't give up! In the end I took my moms hdd out of her dell and plugged it into mine and somehow that fixed everything. I still have my parts in the cart at Newegg lol. I literally had everything out of my case, so I was able to rewire things a bit.. but it didn't really help. Just happy to have her back because I thought she was a goner and I really didn't want to buy anything new right now.. Well, I did get my 2 new 545s 256gb that I got from the egg @ 52% off. Not bad for my first taste of GB/s read and writes :D

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Up and running again thankfully! No more running at the ragged edge anymore.. the old board doesn't appreciate it too much..
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The second waterblock is next on my list. I know that there isn't much sense of having a Crossfire of 6yr old cards, but they still pack quite a punch. And my electricity company likes.

 
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The second waterblock is next on my list. I know that there isn't much sense of having a Crossfire of 6yr old cards, but they still pack quite a punch. And my electricity company likes.

There is nothing wrong with Crossfire as long as you have a use case for it.
 
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There is nothing wrong with Crossfire as long as you have a use case for it.
For example, I like BF1 and CF works great with it :toast: Though in most newer games it's common to see the second card just idling..

e: There seems to be few dead LEDs in the LED strip, no idea when they've died :(
 
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For example, I like BF1 and CF works great with it :toast: Though in most newer games it's common to see the second card just idling..

e: There seems to be few dead LEDs in the LED strip, no idea when they've died :(
;) Strange Brigade is nice and so is Shadow of War with crossfire. That is my favourite thing about crossfire if the 2nd is not used then there is no further power draw. Too bad you live in Finland I could have sent you a LED strip I have sitting around.
 
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I know.. I had a few that a bundled together using spacer material and duct tape when I had my Stacker in service.. was missing a part or three and had to make it work :D Not the prettiest but it worked, but that was the left over love. I do have those drives out of my system now, they are pictures family vids, and music. I scooped my moms tb drive out of her laptop in exchange for my old ssd so now I have a copy of all my stuff tucked away. You know.. looking at that.. I wonder if I had this thread confused for the ghetto mods thread.. :rolleyes:
 
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I have this weird spots on my LCD panel and from what I read its not dead pixel, you can see the spots from this picture highlighted in red. Quite a number of times I see ants walking inside in between the LCD panel and the backlight. I just tap the screen to scare them off.

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I saw this guy video disassembly and cleaning his monitors and follows it


Sorry I don't have any picture of the disassembly because I nervous I might broke something. What I found is there is no seal between the LCD glass and the backlight, no wonder ants and dust can gets inside there. I just use baby wipe and a torchlight to see where is the dust spots. Now my monitor is dust free and looks brand new :) I no longer have to buy new monitor!
 
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I have this weird spots on my LCD panel and from what I read its not dead pixel, you can see the spots from this picture highlighted in red. Quite a number of times I see ants walking inside in between the LCD panel and the backlight. I just tap the screen to scare them off.

View attachment 133176

I saw this guy video disassembly and cleaning his monitors and follows it


Sorry I don't have any picture of the disassembly because I nervous I might broke something. What I found is there is no seal between the LCD glass and the backlight, no wonder ants and dust can gets inside there. I just use baby wipe and a torchlight to see where is the dust spots. Now my monitor is dust free and looks brand new :) I no longer have to buy new monitor!
looks like moldy not a dust, i got lot on my ten years old monitor, also notice on my old laptop panel too
 
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I have this weird spots on my LCD panel and from what I read its not dead pixel, you can see the spots from this picture highlighted in red. Quite a number of times I see ants walking inside in between the LCD panel and the backlight. I just tap the screen to scare them off.

View attachment 133176

I saw this guy video disassembly and cleaning his monitors and follows it


Sorry I don't have any picture of the disassembly because I nervous I might broke something. What I found is there is no seal between the LCD glass and the backlight, no wonder ants and dust can gets inside there. I just use baby wipe and a torchlight to see where is the dust spots. Now my monitor is dust free and looks brand new :) I no longer have to buy new monitor!
If easy like that, my old screen got mold in between the panels and there's no way to open and clean it so it's a sad ending
 
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