Hi, looking for the following components to finish out my SFF build.
32GB DDR4-3200 (or higher) C16 (or lower) kit FOUND
Corsair SF600 Platinum PSU
HP EX950 2TB M.2 SSD
Shipping will be to 34972. Can pay via Paypal. Heatware is jedimasterben
Selling this since it's been sitting in the closet after upgrading to a GTX 1080ti. The card is hard modded to remove power limit, it will reliably boost to about 2062MHz (YMMV, of course) and the cooler keeps it around 50C.
heat is jedimasterben
Sorry for potato photos. I accept...
Well, I beat Breath of the Wild last night. Finished all of the shrines and found maybe 100ish Korok seeds (yeah, not gonna spend that much more time on them lol). 85 hours since the 13th. Was considering going through it again on Master Mode, but after I learned that enemies start to recover...
I've never used a screen protector on any phone or device in the past, but I'll consider it for the Switch, though I don't think I'll need a stand. Thank you!
Went to grab a Pro controller from Amazon, and saw someone listed one at $30 with a couple bucks for shipping for one 'like new' so...
The switch (apparently) uses a standard Displayport alternate mode of USB-C, and the dock converts it to HDMI, I guess it just took someone figuring out what it was doing and do it the same way :)
Sounds good, was planning on getting one anyway :) Any other stuff that you guys have found useful? I also figured I'll get a second USB-C to HDMI/USB connector so that I can easily switch between living room/bedroom/etc, along with a USB-C PD power supply that will do 15v/2A.
I bought a Switch from a user here on Hardforum, should be here sometime in the week. I bought Breath of the Wild and Mario Kart 8, along with the Splatoon green/pink JoyCon set. Also ordering the separate JoyCon charging dock. I already have a few USB type C chargers that do 5v/3A since my...
Nintendo is using the exact same layout as they did with the NES. And SNES. Shit kinda got wonky from there, but on the 'standard' controllers for the Wii and Wii U they went back to the same XYBA layout they had before.
Technically, it was everyone else that deviated :D
I have a Moto Z Play. Battery life is in the 24-72 hour range depending on how much I use it and whether or not I'm working, as the buildings I work in are almost faraday cages, so if the phone is constantly searching I'll get about a day out of it.
My MSI Armor 480 4GB sold for $325. I paid $130 for it brand new. Also selling a friend's 290X since he owes me some money, and that will be going towards the 1080ti that I bought that will be here on Tuesday :)
Moving more water doesn't necessarily make the radiator more efficient, but if say some of the rad channels were thinner slightly than others it might help move more into them. But at least it's still super quiet and at least a little better than air :)
If that were the case, it probably would have happened six months ago. The individual heatsinks on the VRMs and everything are still attached, that's the first thing I checked. They're attached with adhesive, so there is no going back unfortunately.
My 1080 is failing already (probably too much bend from the giant Arctic Accelero on it) and I need a card for right now while I decide whether to get another 1080 or step up to a TI.
I don't care too much about model as long as it isn't one of the mini ones.
Shipping is to 34972. heat is...
My 1080 FE has started giving some weird artifacting on the desktop and will no longer game, anything 3D crashes when I try to launch it. No warranty since I put a different cooler on it :(
But instead of paying $500 for another one, I might as well go ahead and go up to a 1080ti. Gotta look...
Not sure if you want to buy new, but I have this one as my secondary board for living room streaming and it is awesome for $40, and is backlit.
So far I have upgraded around 280 laptops from Windows 7 to 10 RS1. On almost every one that still has a working battery, battery life has actually increased. Not significantly, but when even school teachers notice it, it's there.