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Old 27-09-21, 10:08 PM
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Officially back on air cooling now. This thing is an absolute monster; silent while idle, quiet when gaming and my CPU is now topping out at 64°C rather than hitting 80-90°C on the H100i. Had to replace my RAM as mine was too tall and while doing so, I thought 'sod it' and upped to 32GiB and since I have a Ryzen tuned kit, I can finally hit its rated speed of 3600MHz on my 1700X.

Very nice looking build overall!

If I’d personally go another step is to order a set of bridged 8+8 pin PCI-E cables for your GPU. I think that would add another nice touch to your build overall.

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Old 28-09-21, 06:30 AM
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Very nice looking build overall!

If I’d personally go another step is to order a set of bridged 8+8 pin PCI-E cables for your GPU. I think that would add another nice touch to your build overall.
It would look exactly the same. Only difference is the connector. He can make it look bridge by just using cable combs that extend across all 8 cables.
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Old 28-09-21, 11:35 AM
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Very nice looking build overall!

If I’d personally go another step is to order a set of bridged 8+8 pin PCI-E cables for your GPU. I think that would add another nice touch to your build overall.
Cheers mate. I'm not overly fussed about the cables since my PC lives behind my monitors and the only time I get to see them is when I'm doing maintenance. I'm more of the mindset of getting a GPU bracket like Dice but I'm looking at the FD Torrent which already has one. This Vega Strix is pretty heavy, haha.


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It would look exactly the same. Only difference is the connector. He can make it look bridge by just using cable combs that extend across all 8 cables.
That's probably how I'd do it. I can get some combs from AliExpress for next to nothing so it'll certainly be cheaper. But there again, the FD Torrent I'm looking at is the solid side one so I can put a layer of sound proofing on it. I'm not bothered about making my system look fancy anymore; just fast and quiet. I need to get my bus pass with how old writing that made me feel
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Old 28-09-21, 11:53 AM
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It would look exactly the same. Only difference is the connector. He can make it look bridge by just using cable combs that extend across all 8 cables.
To you perhaps it would, to me? There’s a difference. This is down to personal preference at the end of the day
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Old 28-09-21, 03:47 PM
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PS5 controller for use on pc, already really impressed with it, and for some games more comfortable then the xbox one controller, which shines in other games, both valid options.
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Old 30-09-21, 10:31 AM
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The controller is the best part of the PS5 I picked up one at launch use it for loads of stuff with DS4 windows app, works really well

Update:

So I've been anti Apple all my life LOL

But I was looking at 5G phones kinda decieded between 2 of them, until i see the benchmarks vs the iphone 13 mini, I had issues on the site for my carrier ended up calling them after 2 hours of no login.

This woman was so generous to me i think she liked my voice or something, cause for £13 extra she gave me the 13 mini in blue on my contract, like really really cut me a deal cause the cost of the phone and my contract on top is way more than what i'm paying XD

So yes pretty happy indeed and if i still end up disliking Apple then i'll at least have solid grounds as to why, this will be my first ever Apple product so i guess that means i'll need to grow a beard and ware sandels now LOL



Unexpected bargain, think they only came out yesterday or today not sure tbh.

I'll be tinkering with it on Saturday
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Been looking at a new car for a while, but due to work etc and some changes coming up it was needed sooner rather than later.

As such my latest purchase is a rather expensive one!

So I got a "New to me" 2014 BMW 435D X-Drive M-Sport Auto.

Waiting to collect it now but looking forward to it other than trying to get fuel.

Had to get the photo from the Advert for it, since I have don't have the car yet.

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hehe that GB with the stars logo needs to go now
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That is the dealers plate cover to hide the number plate on the adverts, I'm thinking of getting a private plate but not sure yet.

I know one thing though, it will get new wheels and a new exhaust eventually.
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Been looking at a new car for a while, but due to work etc and some changes coming up it was needed sooner rather than later.

As such my latest purchase is a rather expensive one!

So I got a "New to me" 2014 BMW 435D X-Drive M-Sport Auto.

Waiting to collect it now but looking forward to it other than trying to get fuel.

Had to get the photo from the Advert for it, since I have don't have the car yet.

Very Nice Mate!
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