Searched Google a few times, but I wasn't able to find info on the WD SN720 m.2 nvme SSD. Anyone have insight if it's dramless/HMB or what controller it uses? Seems to be a server or OEM drive. Thanks!
EnderW - did you go through with this purchase? I got a U.2 drive by mistake - would like to adapt to pcie x1 slot, but the drive is an x4. Would that be a constriction to the speed of the drive?
Yeah, I had a "bite" price. The weird thing - the first listing for it said "new - blemished packaging" which then changed to "used - like new".
Received it yesterday and the card was in original box (serials matched) but in an antistatic bag for a 2080ti. Imagine my face when I saw the bag...
If anyone is near Erie, CO with a Truck and wants to part me out some WC gear and 1070ti's for a great price:
What block - is the orientation correct? Most waterblocks should be oriented such that the microchannels are parallel to the die. If the channels get clogged from contaminants or corrosion, the performance drops quite a bit if in a perpendicular orientation to the die.
I did that with a E8400 chip out of curiosity. The chip died after 6 months. The failure, in my opinion, was due to the rear case fan developing a vibration that caused the koolance block to grind against the die and shave off some of the gold plating - a conductive particle. Had I done things...
I just upgraded a friends rig with the Ryzen 1600 / B450 combo from Microcenter. His thought - use the R5 1600 until a 3600 release, update BIOS right before, then sell the chip for others to do the same.
Got this in the mail - finally. Fedex decided it wasn't a big deal to deliver on time.
Everything looked new except the packaging, almost like some bit was forgotten from the factory and they had to open it back up and stick a part inside.
I ordered one of those H270 boards...No backplate, no cables, nothing. The B-Stock site says "We will never sell items that are defective, have more than minimal cosmetic damage or are missing needed parts."
Well, I'm trying to get them to refund $4.15 to buy a backplate from China.
Red LED Hyper 212 cooler. $16.99 with free shipping.
Not sure what Refurbished means, but I will update when I receive it.
Additional 50% off w/ promo code ACCSPCPAXO, limited offer
Seems decent for that price and free shipping. There are other air coolers as well that have a 50% off coupon code posted as well.
Eh, just my 2 cents you can get a Ryzen 5 1600 for 10 bucks more, and have newer motherboard / bios / features. I guess if you want to make use of a lot of DDR3 and a top of the line motherboard still, this would be a decent option.
This is quite true, and existed prior to 2004. Lucent Technologies / Bell Labs in Lisle/Naperville, IL was working on the technology for quite a while. Not only could they recognize voice, but completely spoof someone's voice, location, and phone number very accurately. A friend of mine...