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post #15911 of 18197
There not that expensive anymore, unless of course you want a 250Gb or above....
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Well now that we're on the topic of hard drives, i will just say that mine completely pooped a few days ago (the one i was trying to recover data from) but everything that got out of it was completely corrupted. Videos was experiencing the classic "datamosh" symptom or what you wanna call it, you can't skip to certain parts. And yeah everything else either got lost of wasn't salvageable.

The HDD was only about a year old, it decided to suddenly just poop one day (actually the day i got the Titanfall beta, and played it with Az for a bit) It just decided to give me a 0x00000024 BSoD, basically the NTFS file system experiencing issues. Usually it's not the worst of problems but in this case it wouldn't let me boot past the Windows logo, it just stopped right before they formed the flag and gave me the same stop error.

After trying countless chkdsk /f /r and trying to go back to a previous good point, it somehow let me go into the log-on screen but then none of my peripherals worked not even PS/2. And at that point there was nothing to do, it basically destroyed it's own file system and made the disk RAW (which i found out later) there was still the same data on it but yeah that's what was corrupted as i said earlier.

So yeah lost a lot of stuff, one thing I've learned BACK UP your stuff, HDD's are a risky business at any stage really. Also had my share worth of bad sectors and infected HKEY's but nothing come close to how bad it feels for a HDD to break down.

All i can think it being is a hardware issue, so i'm in the process of making a RMA and send it back to Seagate. One thing i can say, I've only had Seagate HDD's and they have all failed me in one way or the other, they don't seem to last very long in my case, not to say it's Seagate's fault. But it's definitely the last time i'm buying from them, going WD if anything.

But a pure SSD system would be amazing, but the money isn't for it sadly, they are way to expensive still for what you get. And yeah i would want to get at least a 250GB one.

HARD DRIVES ..... can't wait till they become obsolete (which will take longer than i will probably own a computer)
Edited by Anonymous Inc - 3/22/14 at 9:10pm
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post #15913 of 18197
Oh hey Mr Inc,
I've been waiting for you online and you haven't popped up.
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post #15914 of 18197
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Oh hey Mr Inc,
I've been waiting for you online and you haven't popped up.
Online, can you specify that, I've been on Steam and Skype everyday pretty much.
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post #15915 of 18197
Yup
My 128GB 830 SSD seems much slower than my new 840EVO 250GB SSD. But still fast enough.

I bought the 250GB for installing games and it's already almost full.
That external enclosure I bought for my 2 HDD's is crap!!! Makes a ton of noise and I have to turn it off and on like 3/4 times until it pops up on my computer.
post #15916 of 18197
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Yup
My 128GB 830 SSD seems much slower than my new 840EVO 250GB SSD. But still fast enough.

I bought the 250GB for installing games and it's already almost full.
That external enclosure I bought for my 2 HDD's is crap!!! Makes a ton of noise and I have to turn it off and on like 3/4 times until it pops up on my computer.
Well the 830 is built on an entirely different NAND which is also on the older side now. So it's not it being old (well other than the technology used) that makes it slower just that the 840 is that much better. Albeit flash memory does degrade over time of course, so i guess it should be taken into consideration as well, but it usually takes quite a while to notice.

And i feel your pain on HDD's trust me i do. . . . the day they can optimize the production costs of memory/storage will be a great day, at least it isn't as bad as it was in around 2011 when the prices skyrocketed because of the Thai floods (though i'm not sure if SSD's where affected) though i'm pretty sure all storage based hardware was pretty much.

And btw what enclosure was it again. and why where you going to use one, sorry if you have already said that before i just can't recall.
Edited by Anonymous Inc - 3/23/14 at 2:51am
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post #15917 of 18197
It's an icybox for 2 hdd's, with RAID functionality.
No place in case for the HDD's. It's connected through usb3, maybe I should try the esata connector.

Damn, just did a cleanup in the ps3games and bluray disk, gonna earn me some money in selling some stuff.
post #15918 of 18197
Anyone for for some MNPCTech bling for their corsair 600T


available soon in the UK @ KUSTOM PC about the only place over here to stock anything by them. Another couple of mods to the 230T. Nearly finished the front panel. 3 hours to cut the carbon vinyl around the fan grill, and still a little cross eyed from staring at it. I've also got a mirrored MNPc 360mm steampunk fan grill to go in the roof, with 2 strips of UV Led's glued to it. to hopefully cast a more even glow through the case.


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^Nice man! Are you gonna do something about the yellow on the psu?
Nevermind saw in your other pics that you have that covered smile.gif
Very cool, like it.

On another topic:
=>

Jumping up and down wheee.giflaugher.gifthumbsupsmiley.pngapplaud.gif

I can proudly announce that my rig is fully working! Temps in BF4 @ 1440p on Ultra = 33°C, temps with stresstest in Furmark => 39°C

Yahoooo, finally!

I think I know what caused the high temps, after taken the gpu blocks off, I noticed that the thermal paste did have contact, though there where 4 washers from the aircooler I didn't remove and I assume those where in the way of making perfect contact.
I removed them, installed everything again and voila! Succes biggrin.gif

Now here's to hoping that Rec will have succes too with his dead water! Crossing my fingers for you smile.gif



Sorry I'm late but CONGRATS!! Team 600T ftw!


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Well now that we're on the topic of hard drives, i will just say that mine completely pooped a few days ago (the one i was trying to recover data from) but everything that got out of it was completely corrupted. Videos was experiencing the classic "datamosh" symptom or what you wanna call it, you can't skip to certain parts. And yeah everything else either got lost of wasn't salvageable.

The HDD was only about a year old, it decided to suddenly just poop one day (actually the day i got the Titanfall beta, and played it with Az for a bit) It just decided to give me a 0x00000024 BSoD, basically the NTFS file system experiencing issues. Usually it's not the worst of problems but in this case it wouldn't let me boot past the Windows logo, it just stopped right before they formed the flag and gave me the same stop error.

After trying countless chkdsk /f /r and trying to go back to a previous good point, it somehow let me go into the log-on screen but then none of my peripherals worked not even PS/2. And at that point there was nothing to do, it basically destroyed it's own file system and made the disk RAW (which i found out later) there was still the same data on it but yeah that's what was corrupted as i said earlier.

So yeah lost a lot of stuff, one thing I've learned BACK UP your stuff, HDD's are a risky business at any stage really. Also had my share worth of bad sectors and infected HKEY's but nothing come close to how bad it feels for a HDD to break down.

All i can think it being is a hardware issue, so i'm in the process of making a RMA and send it back to Seagate. One thing i can say, I've only had Seagate HDD's and they have all failed me in one way or the other, they don't seem to last very long in my case, not to say it's Seagate's fault. But it's definitely the last time i'm buying from them, going WD if anything.

But a pure SSD system would be amazing, but the money isn't for it sadly, they are way to expensive still for what you get. And yeah i would want to get at least a 250GB one.

HARD DRIVES ..... can't wait till they become obsolete (which will take longer than i will probably own a computer)

So far I've been using the green drives from Samsung and they have been working since 2010.. two 1GB, one 2GB and one 3GB drive.. All working since 2010/11 for the first three and 2012 for the 3GB one.. biggrin.gif
Edited by scyf3r - 3/23/14 at 8:14am
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There not that expensive anymore, unless of course you want a 250Gb or above....

Well, who doesn't? I'm talking about at least a 1TB unit here for me to be able to completely ditch my HDDs.
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