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DaMulta

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Damn USB Flash Drive.....4 hours to find out needed a 2.0 drive to flash BIOS
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Like when they mention nowhere that it needs to be formatted to FAT32 (or 16).:rolleyes:
 

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As she sits for now.. I’m getting another FC140, should be here in a bit :) I need another mobo for my youngest boy as he is just about ready for a computer. He is ready now, but need a desk and a set of ram too because they don’t need B-Die :)

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Big Torrent case but did a bit of trolling. (Cut fan bracket, push-pull Arctic AIO.)

GTX 1060 3GB is temporary for now.

I just need a new GPU, Desk, desk mat, and a Wi-Fi access point now.

Also, OLED 4k 120fps HDR looks insane.
 

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My eldest son asked me to do a BIOS update and dial back in his 5800x curves, so he dropped his rig off for the weekend. Thought I would share a pic before I get started.

Excuse all the dust, I'm going to give it a cleaning and system flush too.
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trickson

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trickson

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Isn't that little fan on the motherboard annoying you?....
not at all.
The only time I hear it is during startup and that is a good sign to.
 
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Isn't that little fan on the motherboard annoying you?....

I have the same motherboard and I never hear it... on account of having 8 case fans
 

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I don't believe that I ever posted a picture of my PC after I finished upgrading it last month.
  • Graphics card modification: I relocated the 8-pin PCIe power connector on my 2060 Super for aesthetic reasons. See this post for an explanation.
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Aside from the memory, these are all fairly marginal upgrades. I was more interested in fixing the graphics card power connector than anything else.

You crazy! You really did it :laugh: The pigtail was such a bitch when I put together the Bitspower block. But I think in the end I still appreciate it being at the end, not the side of the card, for cable management purposes. My 2060 Super has been sitting for a while waiting for me to take apart the now-defunct loop, not sure what I'll do with it now that I don't use it anymore. Maybe I'll remount the FE cooler and sell to get a low profile RX6400 or RTX A2000.
 
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Snagged a 6900 XT off eBay for $400, and I had to upgrade from the HAF-X to a P500A as well.





 
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You crazy! You really did it :laugh: The pigtail was such a bitch when I put together the Bitspower block. But I think in the end I still appreciate it being at the end, not the side of the card, for cable management purposes. My 2060 Super has been sitting for a while waiting for me to take apart the now-defunct loop, not sure what I'll do with it now that I don't use it anymore. Maybe I'll remount the FE cooler and sell to get a low profile RX6400 or RTX A2000.

:D Yeah, it's been a while since I announced that I was going to replace that old connector. But I finally got around to it.

As it turns out, the process went without too much hassle! My 30 W soldering iron had trouble melting those big joints, but I made do. Here is a closer view of my handiwork:

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The new connector is only slightly crooked. It'll have to do. :p

Best of luck with repurposing your 2060S (or passing it on to someone else). With a water block, I bet it overclocks like a beast, just like mine. :toast:
 
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Like when they mention nowhere that it needs to be formatted to FAT32 (or 16).:rolleyes:
Despite late incarnations of NTFS, has been around for many years and FAT32 is an FAT file system from 1996!
 
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Left one has much better colors/contrast. Right one looks super faded in comparison.
 

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Upgraded my VR&HTPC with a RTX 3070.

The Lamptron fan controller will go as it's no longer needed.

Been meaning to ask, how's the 3070 fare in there with the windowed panel? I've been doing some planning (ie. overthinking) and airflow on the left side always been the big unknown with the S3 for me (even with a vented panel on that side).
 
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Been meaning to ask, how's the 3070 fare in there with the windowed panel? I've been doing some planning (ie. overthinking) and airflow on the left side always been the big unknown with the S3 for me (even with a vented panel on that side).
I removed the windows :D It just means cleaning my house even more.

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Another test setup before I decide what case I should use/buy. Testing the B550 and 5600X along with a GTX1080.
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Finished building in my new case 'Be quiet! Pure Base 500 FX' yesterday, slowly upgraded the parts since early 2022 and at this point I consider this my new PC even if I kept a few older parts.
Thumbnails as usual:
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More or less managed to keep the window side clean as possible but the back side cable monster is not for others to see.:D
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The potato grade SSD inside can be ignored its my old ass system drive from my old system, just wanted to try out the mounting bracket so I threw it in as a placeholder. 'meanwhile I can drop some random small games on it I guess'
I had some issues synching all of the RGB with Asus Aura Sync, everything is connected trough the built in Fan/RGB hub at the back and it just wouldn't recognize it. I was like don't tell me I have to check those cables again and open up the whole thing..
Did a quick search online and it turns out I have to press the led button on the case for 3-4 seconds and then it synches with the mobo software colors, nice that its not documented anywhere in the manual.:shadedshu:

That mouse pad under the case is there cause the Toshiba P300 3TB HDD I have in the system is disgustingly loud even when its barely doing anything just idle spinning and I tried to put even more absorbing material under the case but it didn't help much cause its vibrating through the case/HDD cage itself even tho it has rubber padding inside the cage.
Hate that drive honestly cause its been loud since day 1 in my old case too, when I bought it years ago I almost sent it back to the shop, as soon as I get some money saved up/spend on my PC I will get rid of that abomination.

Other than that when its not spinning the PC is very quiet now, I spent some time tinkering with fan speeds/profiles in the Bios and this way I'm also getting better temps than in my old case while being more silent.
 
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Finished building in my new case 'Be quiet! Pure Base 500 FX' yesterday, slowly upgraded the parts since early 2022 and at this point I consider this my new PC even if I kept a few older parts.
Thumbnails as usual:
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More or less managed to keep the window side clean as possible but the back side cable monster is not for others to see.:D
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The potato grade SSD inside can be ignored its my old ass system drive from my old system, just wanted to try out the mounting bracket so I threw it in as a placeholder. 'meanwhile I can drop some random small games on it I guess'
I had some issues synching all of the RGB with Asus Aura Sync, everything is connected trough the built in Fan/RGB hub at the back and it just wouldn't recognize it. I was like don't tell me I have to check those cables again and open up the whole thing..
Did a quick search online and it turns out I have to press the led button on the case for 3-4 seconds and then it synches with the mobo software colors, nice that its not documented anywhere in the manual.:shadedshu:

That mouse pad under the case is there cause the Toshiba P300 3TB HDD I have in the system is disgustingly loud even when its barely doing anything just idle spinning and I tried to put even more absorbing material under the case but it didn't help much cause its vibrating through the case/HDD cage itself even tho it has rubber padding inside the cage.
Hate that drive honestly cause its been loud since day 1 in my old case too, when I bought it years ago I almost sent it back to the shop, as soon as I get some money saved up/spend on my PC I will get rid of that abomination.

Other than that when its not spinning the PC is very quiet now, I spent some time tinkering with fan speeds/profiles in the Bios and this way I'm also getting better temps than in my old case while being more silent.
A Beautiful Blue Theme build... no RGB needed... NICE! :rockout:
 
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A Beautiful Blue Theme build... no RGB needed... NICE! :rockout:

Well it is RGB but I don't like the rainbow mode more like static single maybe dual colors depending on my mood and change the color every few weeks or so but ye this blue is my fav:). 'This is something ppl often forget when hating on RGB, not everyone uses it that way'
 
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Well it is RGB but I don't like the rainbow mode more like static single maybe dual colors depending on my mood and change the color every few weeks or so but ye this blue is my fav:). 'This is something ppl often forget when hating on RGB, not everyone uses it that way'
Yep, not a Hater, but its all I ever see anymore. I usually have everything green or blue. :)
 

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I was an RGB hater till I got it, now I don’t mind.. could use a little more if I’m honest :laugh:
 
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Yep, not a Hater, but its all I ever see anymore. I usually have everything green or blue. :)
I see RGB as kinda annoying. I'm looking at the screen, not getting blinded by my PC.

RGB Is useful on the keyboard and or mouse maybe.

I do agree that it's a tasteful use of RGB and doesn't distract.
 
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