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A very quick paint drawing You can do a side case panel mod. Just cut out the size you want with correct tools. Than use some U-shaped foamy stuff to protect the cut and make it more neat (--> don't know the English name for it...) Than glu a piece of plexi against the INside of your side-panel. You can use tainted or paint the plexi into a darker color as you wish for "obstructing" the LED's.
I have 10C jumps between some cores of my 2600K. IIRC it was "normal" back in the days I was overcclocking it Not all cores are doing the same stuff at the same time, so it's normal that core-x get's hotter than core-y (even at idle they're always doing something...)
Since you never had any tv audio/home theather before, I guess ytour first setup (for testing ) does not have to be so biiiiig... Just see what you can find on Logitech.com They have great "casual" stuff. I use there older Z-5500 system for my TV and games, works great. (It's replaced by thze Z-906 these days) It's not "pro" material, but it will blow your mind away And for that cost??? And if you find yourself unhappy with it in a few years, buy something you...
I understand, but if each 980Ti has the two 8-pins connected you'll be fine I guess --> +- 1kW
Intel 5820K
the Z10PE-D16 WS seems to be the same. Just more DIMM slots Maybe that one is available....
I'm Dutch speaking so here ya go: http://tweakers.net/nieuws/110267/micron-brengt-crucial-mx300-ssds-met-3d-nand-deze-zomer-uit.html English "google translate" version I guess... https://translate.google.be/translate?sl=nl&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=nl&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Ftweakers.net%2Fnieuws%2F110267%2Fmicron-brengt-crucial-mx300-ssds-met-3d-nand-deze-zomer-uit.html&edit-text= FINALLY a crucial 2TB... at least for me! I've got 3 PC's @ home with various Crucial...
lol... so I'm still in the same boat as usual... selling my whole rig for the same price of what costed me 1 card Ok, as I said, nvm then
Ok, reviving my own "old" thread So I figured out how to root it (Kingo did the trick) and I managed to do some stuff like removing bloatware and taking a backup using TiBu (Titanium Backup) I also learned a few things on how Android "works" compared to Windows... I also noticed that there was an official Lollipop Upgrade on the ASUS site for my device. So I installed that too. But now Kingo is not working anymore for that... I reinstalled Kingo on PC, I tried the...
Yup rebooting did the trick, all removed now. THX all
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