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r3loAded

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About r3loAded

  • Title
    99% 24/7 generic asshole

System

  • CPU
    i5-7500
  • Motherboard
    Asus B250i ROG Strix
  • RAM
    2x4GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 3000Mhz
  • GPU
    Asus GTX 1080 ROG Strix
  • Case
    Phanteks Evolv ITX
  • Storage
    250GB Samsung 850 EVO M.2
  • PSU
    Corsair CX750M Grey
  • Display(s)
    Asus ROG Swift PG279Q
  • Cooling
    AIGO 120MM AIO
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 LUX RGB
  • Mouse
    Corsair M65 Gaming RGB
  • Sound
    Corsair VOID 7.1 Wireless
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    UK
  • Interests
    sleep and relaxation
  • Biography
    REDesign Team On Facebook
  • Occupation
    Engineer

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  1. Phanteks Evolv Shift Custom Loop

    Another set of pictures. I wanted a B roll but can't seem to find the time.
  2. Don't mislead people. That 3770 is still holding it's ground and quite capable. It'll easily hold up a GTX 980 maybe even more if the resolution it's at least 1440p.
  3. SLI is supposed to run 2, 3 or 4 GPUs connected, not separate. Personal opinion: DO not invest in SLI. If you have the money, sell the 1070 you already have an go for 1080 TI. Or you could wait until new gen releases. Also depends if you need that much power: your screen resolution, Hz, games you play, graphical setting wanted. You could spend somewhere else in the PC but in order to receive advices you need to list all your PC specs.
  4. I would say $350 at the best. But it does matter the presentation as well. So make sure is all cleaned and tidy before taking pictures and sell it. My personal opinion would be $300. Feel free to correct me if others think I'm off the price. P.S I'm in UK so I kind of checked it with the prices here.
  5. Phanteks Evolv Shift Custom Loop

    And some illumination Happy to report that the GPU reached in furmark a stable 46 degrees in full load.
  6. Phanteks Evolv Shift Custom Loop

    Hi fellow enthusiasts. Today I want to present you my friend's build. I know, it's not mine but I was there for the most part and helped with guidance and screwdriver :). A little background. I firstly bought this case as I wanted to go "small". Kind of small as this is not between the smallest ITX case but looks much better than any of them. This is the thread /main/topic/872320-fully-evlovd-shift/ After being disappointed with the temp of the GPU I decided to go for the other Phanteks ITX case. My friend fell in love with the case and bought it off me with the intention to do a build that would look nice on a work desk for his business. But knowing him that he likes latest tech, he went full on I could say for a business PC. i7-7700 cooled by a deepcool captain 120 RED LED B250i ROG Strix 16GB Corsair Vengeance RED LED 3000MHz 500GB Samsung 850 EVO SSD GTX 1080 Founders edition Corsair SF600 PSU 2x120mm slim (12mm) He then proceeded to building the PC and he was quite happy with the end result. Unfortunately happy only with visuals as the 1080 had the same problem I had - HEAT. The GPU was reaching 84 degree is no time and was loud and of course was throttling down. Really unhappy he was. We thought we could try a GTX 1080 Hybrid but couldn't find one for a decent price and the risk that the temp to still be high was still there. So I suggested a loop just for the GPU. Not knowing if possible but had a feeling that it might be possible. From there 1 week later and £300 spent the journey to do a loop in the Evolv Shift started. I repeat: it was all his work, I only assisted him. Not the best pictures but will add soon some more as he added another rgb strip :).
  7. WTF craigslist ad

    I think he just wants to be featured in Science Studio's "I read ridiculous Craiglist ads for PCs" series.
  8. AMD gaming computer.

    Are you a kind of AMD supporter? Why paying more for same or maybe less GPU performance? Unless you want to support AMD group in which case I totally agree for going with AMD card.
  9. ATX White case recomendation

    I must say that I was inspired from his videos and on top of that I didn't had a place for it and now I cannot imagine the PC without it. Haven't named it but open to suggestions As for the wifi, yes, I'll have to live with that red. But I wouldn't change it as I got it for free and it's quite a powerful wifi card, at least for my needs
  10. Having an issue with my graphics card

    The monitor should always be connected to the graphics card when available. Otherwise it would defeat the purpose of a graphics card installed in a PC
  11. WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR Windows 10 Pro

    I my previous experience, I came to conclusion it's a chipset failure or a cpu failure. I was the unlucky to have both. One MSI X99 mobo and one i7-6700. If I'm not wrong, if you populate all RAM slots it won't boot at all or if you populate "some" ram slots, again it won't boot.
  12. S340 elite upgrade

    Totally agree with both remarks. But it needs to see what kind of improvement there is. As for your X62, forget about the Meshify C. I sold my X62 and bought the X52 in order to install it at the top. I did managed to install the X62 in front of the Meshify C but CPU and GPU temps were bad, really bad. Just changed the Meshify C with S340 Elite. There is a small difference but not worth. But in the same time I used crap fans in the Meshify, so I would guess they are on par (meshify and s340 elite).
  13. S340 elite upgrade

    The way I see is going from solid front panel to another solid front panel. So temp would be similar. I might be wrong but that's how I see. As for Meshify C as someone else suggested I would totally recommend high quality fans and do some planning before. I had Meshify C and could advise if necessary.
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