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That looks really great. Maybe I'll stop being lazy and doing a hardline in my Ghost. Soft tubing build is great in it. Are those custom PSU cables?
I finally completed my Ghost S1 build. Watercooled with 2 large top hats and 2x240mm rads. Similar to the Jay build. Got to say, it's pretty...
Really glad I read this. About to install a heatkiller block on a 2080 ti and will be sure to do a test fit first.
I wonder how long until they release one with less memory at a significant price cut.
NVIDIA is already down 50% from it's high so I'm not sure the strategy worked.
I disagree, even the "secure" manner in which we access phones can be hacked. Which is why companies are continually making it more secure.
The issue is that devices are either secure or not secure. If Google is going to create a back door for accessing devices that same back door can...
Facebook was in a pretty big breach of their enterprise certificate. That certificate is only supposed to be used for apps distributed to internal...
This should answer your question:
It was certainly listed on their website on November 5th when I went inquiring about this.
In the tophat, what is the width of those vents on the bracket you attached the fans/radiator too?
I bet you're at least 6 years away from seeing any tangible FPS difference between pcie 3 and 4. Hell, you barely see a difference between 8x and...
Exactly, the fact hot air rises has almost zero impact on how you should setup your fans. The impact of fans, even at low RPMs, completely negates...
Nope, which is good. I'm planning a 2080 ti / 9900k custom loop hardline build once I get my wave 2 case so we'll see how that goes.
Poor contact between heatspreader and waterblock plus his liquid was gelling up between the microfins of the block. I think the later had more of...
Ya, eBay is where it's at. I'd toss it in there if I were you.
I'm still selling 2080 ti FEs for $1650 pretty easily so ya, just wait.
That's great. Actually really looking forward to seeing how this turns out.
Good review. Wonder when the Jan 2019 shipments will actually ship...
Yea, it's only 1-2 times per day, but that better than a week ago. I snagged 5 last night from BB.
Best Buy has been bouncing in and out of stock more often. They are usually only in stock for about 30 seconds.
It's a really short run so I am sure it could handle any load a video card could throw at it and then some.
Zen 2 is at least 5 months away. I would say moving to 2700x makes almost no sense unless you're doing quite a bit of video editing. I have a...
Primarily because you can't anodize aluminum white. It would have to be some kind of coating.
Switched over from using iPhone's since the iPhone 3G to the Pixel 3 on Google Fi and have been pretty happy with it. Plus, price was amazing. 2 -...
Here are my tentative build plans (expected shipment January 2019)
CPU: Intel i9-9900k
Case: Ghost S1 w/2 large tophats
GPU: Gigabyte 2080 ti...
Expected date for US shipments to go out of 11/15.
I wonder what the reason was for increasing the die thickness. I doubt it was just arbitrary.
Looks like H100i pro would fit as it also has rotatable fitting on the CPU block. Don't know for sure though.
Looks like some warranty breaking dremel work would be necessary. A tad risky on at $1250 video card.
Sent my FE into Amazon, listing for $1800. We'll see what I get. I will happily jump on the scalping bandwagon with people willing to pay these...
Said screw it and ordered 1 with 2 L tophats. Gives me about 3+ months to plan out my build.
No problem, I have a feeling it will only work with 15mm fans based on a shroud removal of the dual asus 2080 ti I saw somewhere.'
Some good info...
Exactly, just use a tool and you are just fine. Don't use a razor blade and risk damaging the PCB. Very happy with my 7700k delid.
Sorry, no 4k@60fps.
I actually prefer SSO. Have one with 2FA and use it for everything. Way more secure.
Yea, I'm surprised this isn't pushed more by password rules. Fuck special character and numbers. Just enforce a minimum of 20 letters.
Actually not a bad idea although I think most companies were already forcing people to create new passwords the first time.
I've done a lot of iphone/mac repairs at the local mac store and it's almost always turned around in a day at most. One time they needed a part...