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  2. O_o https://www.overclockers.co.uk/forums/threads/i-broke-it-rtx-3090-water-block-install-gone-wrong.18916973/
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  4. and i cant get the 5950x anywhere at the moment. Its good enough until i can get the parts without paying a scalper.
  5. ihave the 240 rad and AIO, and i am having to be a tad more sensible this year as i may have got a Ford Mustang Mach E on order ........ as my new car
  6. I would have gone for an 10700k! More cores more power more cheap!
  7. Looks a bit cheap for a Pete-Machine to be honest. Low mid range CPU, mid range motherboard?
  8. can you swap the 120 for a 240 or 360?
  9. I bought a new PC, I will be adding the additional drives and a 2080-rtx ti and i have 64 gb of ddr3200 CAS: Cyberpower Onyxia II High Airflow Mid-Tower Black Gaming Case w/ USB 3.0, Front & Side Tempered GlassCD: None SelectedCOOL: None SelectedCOOL2: None SelectedCPU: AMD Ryzen 5 5600X - 6-Core 3.70GHz, 4.6GHz Turbo - 32MB L3 Cache Processor, Pro OC Compatible (No On-board Graphics)CS_FAN: None SelectedEXCD: None SelectedEXPAN: Built-in USB PortsFAN: Cooler Master Masterliquid Lite 120 Liquid Cooling System w/ 120mm Radiator, Extreme OC Compatible (Cooler Master CPU Water Cooling, Extreme OC Compatible)FLASHMEDIA: None SelectedHDD: 2TB Seagate BarraCuda SATA-III 6.0Gb/s 7200RPM Hard Drive (1 Drive)HOLIDAY1: BullGuard Internet Security for Windows PC with Game Booster! (1 Year / 3 User Licence) [+0]INTERBROWSER1: Microsoft Edge Internet Browser (default with Windows 10) [+0]KEYBOARD: None SelectedM2SSD: 1TB (1x1TB) Samsung 980 Pro M.2 PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD - 7000MB/s Read & 5000MB/s Write [+137] (Single Drive)M2SSD2: None SelectedMEMORY: 8GB (1x8GB) DDR4/3000mhz Dual Channel Memory [-24] (Corsair Vengeance LPX w/Heat Spreader)MONITOR: None SelectedMOTHERBOARD: MSI B550M PRO-VDH: M-ATX w/ RGB, USB 3.2, SATA3, 2x M.2MOUSE: None SelectedNETWORK: ONBOARD 10/100/1000 GIGABIT LAN PORT -- As standard on all PCsOS: Windows 10 Home (64-bit Edition) Perfect for most people with all the core features of Windows 10 including: automatic updates, Cortana and DirectX 12 graphics support (No Recovery Media)OVERCLOCK: No OverclockingPCABLE: None SelectedPOWERSUPPLY: Corsair RM850x 850W 80+ Gold Modular Gaming Power Supply [+67]RAID: None SelectedRUSH: Standard Processing TimeSOUND: HIGH DEFINITION ON-BOARD AUDIOSPEAKERS: None SelectedSSD: None SelectedSTREAMERGEAR: None SelectedUSB1: Built-in USB Ports [+0]VIDEO: GeForce(R) GT 1030 2GB - DX12(R), DVI, HDMI - 2 Monitor Support [-119] (Single Card)
  10. If you have one in the kitchen causing a problem, try swapping it out for just a heat detector instead of a smoke detector.
  11. Just don’t use the foam on the electrical fire by accident 🥴
  12. Earlier
  13. Powder is good for oil fires and electrical, the blanket is also good for oil. CO2 is good for all electrical and standard house fires. Powder is now frowned upon in the home as dependent on the age of the unit, it could contain some very nasty chemicals. We only use water and Co2 at work, as suggested by the Fire Regulations. (Yes i am the company Health and safety officer, and i have a degree in Occupational Health and safety .....Most boring thing i have ever done .....)
  14. I have a fire blanket in the kitchen and extinguisher in the bedroom. The one i have is powder i think, gotta buy a new one i think, this one might be expired. My smoke alarms always go off when i have steak night. Goid thing they are 3,6 meters up so I cannot temporarily turn them off....
  15. CO2, and a foam really
  16. YOu want CO2 for the home in general.
  17. If you do so, make sure you get one that can deal with electrical fires. (there are different types) Bought one after I got the 3d printers. Also have a smaller one in the car.
  18. Damn right! I've never really considered it, but maybe we should have fire extinguishers in our homes!
  19. Luckily its in a glass case and the smoke alarm went off.
  20. Good thing nothing else caught fire!
  21. Covered by insurance but still annoying
  22. Mobo caught fire and took out the new cpu and nvme drives, along with the psu as well as the RAM. I just ordered a new pc but have to wait until the 25th
  23. What died? The PSU?
  24. To late. I am without a pc . It filled the room with blue smoke. It is dead I have had to order a new one. Luckily the 2080ti is OK as I had it out , although I did kill a 980gtx tho. New pc end of Jan. Sigh
  25. Try swapping the cables from your GPU into a new slot on the PSU, assuming it's a modular PSU
  26. no bluescreen, just restarts. does it with or without hardware acceleration.... If i dont watch amazon prime or you tube on the 2nd monitor i can run full on max settings with games all day. I tried uninstalling drivers used a driver cleaner and re-installing. Made no difference. This Only started since i put new motherboard in, its just so damn specific. Only crashes when playing video. If i run games and video, the video stutters like hell, and on a 2080rtx ti, that should not happen. I will try the old 980gtx and see if that crashes on video. if it doesnt might have to ruin it in the other PCI slot.
  27. Do you get a bluescreen? or does it just restart? Have you tried disabling hardware acceleration in the browser settings?
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