Five and a half minutes of BS to see a few seconds of drawing in 3D space. Then you realize they edited out the artist panning around the drawing because 3D drawings look like shit at different angles.
There was a time when I wished there were more girls playing, I regret making that wish.
The majority of games were not made with the mindset of girls playing them, it's like girls wearing men's underwear and complaining about it.
Also multiplier is dominated by kids which make adult males...
Sorry to hear that.
Plug into PC w/ USB, open computer, rightclick drive, tools tab, under error-checking click check now. If the default settings don't work, then do it again and select "scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors".
So basically my brother go infected by cryptolocker and he got infected, so his files are encypted. Ransom won't work, decrypt server is toast, this is a virus out of control.
Seems like it's also impossible to decrypt once you're infected. But I was thinking, I'll take that challenge. I...
Hmmmm, in this pic it does seem like it has a tiny bit of extra space beyond a fan:
I found this list of h80i case compatibility list, i'll start going through it to find my preferred case:
H80 & H80i
I have dual socket mobo and 2x H80i already. H80i is too wide and deep for my current case which is Zalman MS800 and I want to attach them to the top of the case.
A hot-swap cage w/ at least 2 bays would be nice too.
Any recommendations? Thanks.
So I bought a 2nd e5-2660 off ebay for $385, also another 32gb of memory.
I tried putting in the h80i to the top or sides of my case, they were way too bulky. I'm going to have to get another set of contained liquid coolers, like thin ones. Right now they're sitting on a testbench...
Update: After my ASUS Z9PA-D8 was replaced and I got my new PSU Corsair AX850, I turned it on and it didn't post. I tried each ram stick individually, no go, bought a new ram stick, no go, tried each cpu individually and..... 1 cpu works, 1 cpu dead.
I'm guessing after the "incident" weeks...
Nope, sorry. In this context, there would be a database full of everything about you, then that identity is shared with a select list of companies and government agencies to block your identity from the public.
So the elites will know about you, but no one else will.
Last night I put together the basic parts and it was fail. It booted for about 10 seconds, then shut off and wouldn't turn on again. At first I thought it was the PSU, so I tested in single cpu mode. As soon as I turned on the power in single cpu mode, the mosfets near the 2nd cpu socket...
Do you know how this thing works, if so, why does the block need a fan header plus sata cable? I can only guess the fan header gets information from the motherboard. Wouldn't the water pump turn on with the sata cable alone?
Thanks. Yeah, I don't plan on installing the software. I'll have a few different setups where installing it isn't practical or desired. What if I do connect the USB but not install the software?
So this is for a dual socket system, I have a few choices:
4 fans connected to the block & usb...
What's up with the silver paste that's already on the H80i? I just got mine, should I scrape it off for artic silver ceramic? I'm gonna test it myself, just wondering if anyone else have just left the h80i paste on?
So in setups where you have a raid controller + hdd + ssd, do you still split up your working data from the OS? I was thinking of a super budget solution that involved the simple setup above and install the OS and video edit from the same drive. Is that advised against?
I think I'm finally settling on a board:
Also considering 2 different cases:
Cool. But wouldn't I need at least 4x 6+2 connectors? 2 for the mobo and 2 for the gpu.
This one has 4x 6+2pin:
This one has 3x 6+2pin + 3x 8pin: