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#2161856 Intel 8th Generation Core i7 8700K & Core i5 8400 Reviewed

Posted by Braegnok on 05 October 2017 - 02:23 PM

Intel indicated the decision to eliminate Kaby Lake compatibility with Z370 was due, at least in part, to requests from motherboard vendors that the company make a "clean split."


For motherboard vendors, this removes the burden of adding support for Kaby Lake (and requisite validation) during a time when most motherboard vendors are already stretched to their engineering resource limits due to rapid fire Intel and AMD launches.


Rumor is Intel will have Z390 motherboards coming out in 2018,.. that support enhanced IA and memory overclocking, Thunderbolt 3.0 w/ DP 1.4,.. and perhaps eight-core processors. 

#2161456 Destiny 2

Posted by Braegnok on 18 August 2017 - 02:33 PM

The PC open beta starts on August 29 through 31,.. https://www.destinyt....com/ca/en/beta


#2161187 FLDC

Posted by Braegnok on 01 August 2017 - 05:31 PM

I have FLDC in Poloniex also, It's fine. And when you sell your FLDC on Poloniex, send BTC back to your Counterwallet it will be same as any other time.


I'm not going to worry about splitting my bitcoin. Will be sticking with Counterwallet & Poloniex,.. an just keep on riding the white pony.   



#2160436 Update On the OCC Christmas Contest and whats to come

Posted by Braegnok on 22 June 2017 - 04:19 PM


I am sorry for the delay guys, I am shooting for July to start, I am just trying to secure systems from AMD. I'll update you guys soon smile.png

You heard it here everyone - Bosco is getting THREADRIPPERS! :D



THREADRIPPERS! plural  :yes:  


Grab your toque and a double-double,.. Threadrippers are coming! 



#2160128 FLDC

Posted by Braegnok on 03 June 2017 - 03:27 PM

Great, welcome back.   :cheers:


There is a few more steps,.. but basically it is simple to set up.

#2160051 No room for heatsink backplate

Posted by Braegnok on 29 May 2017 - 04:55 AM

You can add some grommet edging around cut edge and it will look good. http://www.performan...sive-black.html

#2159947 Leak for AMD RX Vega Lineup Names and Pricing

Posted by Braegnok on 22 May 2017 - 03:08 AM

It's going to be interesting, looking forward to Franks review.  :yes:


 VS  https://petrolicious...-is-named-steve



#2159945 Water 3.0 Ultimate

Posted by Braegnok on 22 May 2017 - 02:10 AM

The 730T supports 360mm rad in top, but you will be into top drive bay.


A 360mm AIO cooler will be one of the best cooling solutions for 4790K,.. if it is adequate @ 5.0Ghz overclock depends on Vcore, ambient air temp, and CPU load,.. you will need to test and see what results you get. 


You will want to connect water pump as per instructions,.. most likely to 12V CPU fan header.


If you have Arctic MX-4 on hand,.. I would use it. Otherwise the pre-applied TP would be fine. 

#2159790 16 GB of RAM in P35 Chipset possible?

Posted by Braegnok on 10 May 2017 - 03:09 PM

#2159056 Sharing my experience with BIOSTAR RACING B250GT5

Posted by Braegnok on 15 March 2017 - 03:00 PM

Vary nice!,.. I like the checkered flag theme on the board.  :thumbsup:

#2158614 Phanteks Cooler I Won Here

Posted by Braegnok on 13 February 2017 - 04:56 PM

Nice! that's a huge cooler. 


It don't get any better than coming home from work, and see a New egg box on the porch.  :D

#2158600 Samsung Evo speeds

Posted by Braegnok on 13 February 2017 - 05:47 AM

road-runner,.. Write cache on Intel 750 Series drives does not work the same as SATA SSD's and it can't be configured by the user.


The 750 drives use NVMe technology with five RAM ICs on the drive for 2.5GB of on-board ram cache,.. and have Enhanced power-loss data protection built-in by design.


Basically with Intel 750 drives write caching using system RAM can't be enabled by the user,.. as is a feature for ATA devices (SATA SSD's), therefore, it is not available for NVMe drives.


So your good to go no worries about data loss,.. enjoy the blazing speed.  ;)

#2158536 Wild Bison Return To Canada

Posted by Braegnok on 09 February 2017 - 10:57 AM

Congrats Canada! 


After more than 130 years, wild bison have returned to Canada's oldest national park. http://www.cbc.ca/ne...-park-1.3969106

#2158463 Just getting back to Folding

Posted by Braegnok on 04 February 2017 - 06:53 AM

For best results and less stress on your hardware,.. click Finnish on your CPU slot, and when finished with current WU go into Configure and remove CPU slot,.. then Add a few flags for GPU slot,.. next-unit-percentage 100, and client-type advanced. Then slide folding power up to Full,.. set check points up to max all the way to right which I think is 30-min.


It's not worth 3000 PPD running your CPU @ 100% generating all the heat/stress,.. next-unit-percentage 100 flag will only allow download of next WU after current WU is at 100%,.. your time TPF, ETA and PPD are based on time which starts the second WU is downloaded,.. and client-type advanced pays more points then reg work units,.. the beta work units pay highest PPD but can cause issues if your not monitoring your rig. 


Configuration Guide : https://folding.stan...guration-guide/

#2158093 Water Cooling PETG Tubing need help

Posted by Braegnok on 02 January 2017 - 03:06 PM

Most likly it's Plasticizer caused by using low cost tubing,.. http://www.overclock...-is-plasticizer


Thermaltake C1000 is opaque, but not a nanofluid.