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About aspevacek

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  • Birthday 06/15/1970

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    Mechincsburg, PA
  • Interests
    Tinkering with Cars and Computers


  • Computer Specs
    ASRock 990FX Extreme 9
    AMD 8320 FX
    MSI R9 280X
    16GB AMD gamer series 1600 Ram
    2x WD Black 1TB drives
    Cool Master HAF 922
    Corsair AX1200
  1. I have just recently went thru a rebuild on my PC. I decided this time around to use AMD instead of Intel. I have a i7-2600k and a i5-2500k but I decided to build a 990fx AMD system using an 8320 FX. I am over all pretty happy with the machine I used all AMD based components on the build and even did one of the R9 280X graphics cards. The AMD system seems to have a lot less issues even at stock speeds then my Intel rigs were giving me.
  2. Given a choice and even if they are a few bucks more then other brands I will always pick an EVGA card. Thier Customer Service is second to none. They will do what ever it takes to make things right if something gets screwed up. I have had issues with 4 different GTX 590 cards since October and they have gone as far to give me free ERMA on my new cards. There techsupport is generally just as good as thier Customer Service.
  3. What I use for a clean look and ease of use when doing hoses. Is zip ties. I have used them for years with barbs. I got the idea when I was a BMW performance tech and we would use them on all the vacum hoses on our race cars. I tried it one time and have never thought about it ever again, plus most people keep piles of them at the house. You can even put them on so they are almost not even noticable and they are very easy to remove.
  4. the system does nto require dual channel to boot, it is there to increase performance on the memory bandwidth.
  5. One is single sided the other is double sided from looking at it, meaning one is based on 256 bit memory chips while the other is double row 128 bit which means it could have the double row on one side of the chips. It should still be able to show 4gb of ram unless a module or memory slots on the mother board are bad.
  6. I am basing it off what I saw on the flow meter. The meter was barely rotating at all with it in series. After splitting it the way it is now everything is flowing great.... My GPUs under load playing SWtOR are at about 38 deg the CPU is setting at 36 deg why is it a bad idea to set up the loop as I have it set up? I saw it as a way to release restricton on the system and cut out pressure drops as it crosses thru the blocks and rads which all introduce restriction to the system? Please elaberate on why it is a bad idea I am alway sopen to learn things that I may have over looked when laying out my system.
  7. I would like to put some inpu tin on the loop the OP has listed. I tried it the other day when i put my loop back in my system. The restriction seems to be too much going in a series thru a Graphics block to a Rad then to the CPU Block then another rad. It appeared the pressure dropped off to much in my system on the flow meter when I was leak testing so I did not even bother to turn on the sytem while it was set up like that. I instead went back to how i had it set up before and it was from the pump with a Y fitting basically splitting it into 2 loops, I sent 1 loop from the pump to the graphics card to the black ice 240 to the resivor. The second part of the loop went from the pump to the CPU to a 120 Black Ice to the resivor. At the resivor I hhave a second Y to join the lines back together before they enter. Just some food for thought. Welcome to the forums. My system consists of: 1 Black Ice 240mm 1 Black Ice 120mm 1 Swiftech Apogee XT Rev 2 1 EK GeForce 590 GTX VGA Liquid Cooling Block - Acetal + Electroless Nickel Plated (EK-FC590 GTX - Acetal+EN (Nickel)) 1 Swiftech MCP655™ 12v Water Pump w/ Speed Control I have used Tygon 3/8 ID hose through out the entire system. It is all housed in a HAF 922 case.
  8. I am a firm beliver in children doing chores around the house. It teaches them responsibility. Anything I wanted when I grew up I had to work for. Money was tight in my parents house with my father being lower enlisted in the army in the early 70's. By the time my brothers became teenagers my father had gained some rank in the Army and the got alot more then could be afforded for me. One thing I will say there was never anything I needed, but I did not always get those things I wanted. I took the maid comment in the video to mean her mother. If it had been my daughter I would have no thave shot the laptop, I would have instead reformatted it and staked claims on it. I do not like to waste money like that. Now with that said as I worked as Asset Protection I had to deal with children such as his daughter. They were given everything and had no respect for anything. I would talk to parents and they were at the end of the rope with the children. Best recourse is to put the youngster into the leagle system and let them spend a day or so in jail. Alot of the children would learn from it other would not and down the road a track record was established on them. I do understand in the video she was just being disrespectful about her parents but that is where it starts. Then they feel if they can get away with it at home they will try to push all adults the same way.
  9. I think I am in the same boat. Not sure how far in to Feb they were talking about i tpossibly taking for stuff. Anyone else awaiting a package from Ozone?
  10. Thx OCC sorry have been out of the loop had my neice and nephew in town for the holidays and they have been runnign me non stop.
  11. I think washing machines are on a 110v circuit in the US. Dryers are on a 220V circuit.
  12. I have some turtle Beach X11 with the digital input thing. It is a really nice headset. Tho i think the bass response on them could be a bit better for the price they are getting for them.
  13. I am running the AX1200 with my rig and can say I could not be happier with a power supply. I do come from the old days of PC Power and Cooling and would compare the quality of this Corsair to those.
  14. The Extreme 7 gen 3 is the way to go if you can swing the price. The board is just plain very SOLID. I am thinking all the AsRock Extreme series would most likely be as solid. The options are great and other then a few of the voltages being a little lower then what my ram was wanting I have had no issues. The VTT needed a small bump to stabalize at 1.35 volts, bt that could be because I am running 4 X 4GB sticks in my system.
  15. I have had some nasty stability issues only with World of Warcraft. It will randomly just give the Driver crashed and had to recover. I am thinking it was not liking the Quad SLi so I decided to break up my GTX 590's for now and see how that fairs. I left one in my rig with the i7 2600K and added one to a system I threw togther with an i5-2500 on an MSI Board. I could run benchmarks all day with no drivers crashing but as soon as I would get in to world of Warcraft all kinds of funy things would start to happen. Graphic glitches and what not. In Firelands raid headed to Ragnarous it would start acting like one of th ecards was not working at all and I would get solid color bards evenly spacedacross my screen. If I moved the camera angle bars would go away but then come back as soon as I moved. So I think 1 590 shoul db emore then enough to push WoW for my play time.
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