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Comment reply on JayNinja's Completed Build: StarGazer: A Gaming/Streaming project still in the works

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

EjayNinjaTech, it’s still brand new but I’ll be pushing more out soon. Holidays really took a lot of my time away. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3gKClg-PmfocRQRKX09uaQ

I also have an Instagram too @JayTechSets

Comment reply on JayNinja's Completed Build: StarGazer: A Gaming/Streaming project still in the works

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

Corsair PBT double shot white key caps. They definitely do add in some style and they feel great when typing on em.

Comment reply on TsunamiComputers's Completed Build: Mini-ITX Custom Sombra Build

  • 8 months ago
  • 2 points

That’s sick! She’s one of my most favorite characters on OW as well too. Great job on the build! +1

Comment reply on Forum Topic "DAC/Amp for Beyerdynamics dt 990 pro 250ohm"

  • 10 months ago
  • 1 point

——— Update ———

I have decided to go with the sound blaster X7 “limited edition” after taking in everyone’s opinions and doing some intensive researching.

The reason why I went with this one was because I feel it was a “perfect balance” of everything I was asking within the device for the price and also caught it on sale for $369 on amazon.

I know I had complained about the style of the unit but it actually fits in and looks very pleasing on the desk!

Ty everyone that voiced out their opinions and helped with my choosing!

Comment reply on Forum Topic "DAC/Amp for Beyerdynamics dt 990 pro 250ohm"

  • 10 months ago
  • 1 point

Ty for the response! I checked out the Schiit Stack but wasn’t too excited for its odd build.

The other two that you mentioned I’m going to look up right now. Thx for the info!

Comment reply on JayNinja's Completed Build: **StarGazer** New Gaming & future streaming PC

  • 11 months ago
  • 1 point

All SSD's! thought i'm thinking of dropping in a 2TB barracuda HDD for videos/streams

Comment reply on JayNinja's Completed Build: **StarGazer** New Gaming & future streaming PC

  • 11 months ago
  • 2 points

I was honestly hoping to keep it in some how. i love how it looks lol, i may have to purchase a large reservoir to cover up that open gap.. my cable management in the back is literally a jungle xD

Comment reply on JayNinja's Completed Build: **StarGazer** New Gaming & future streaming PC

  • 11 months ago
  • 2 points

Ty! and no I haven't delid my cpu as of yet, also using the thermal compound that came with the AIO.

Once i do it i'll run a few tests and update you on how it's running.

Comment reply on JayNinja's Completed Build: **StarGazer** New Gaming & future streaming PC

  • 11 months ago
  • 2 points

sorry i'd haven't been on the site for sometime but i had no issue at all.

the bar in the NZXT h700i case can be adjusted so i moved it to the right from it's original position so that the tubes are not pushed up against the ram.

however, the 2nd tube on the pump end is touching the first RAM but just slightly that it won't cause an issue and that's only because on how the RAM is designed. you'll be perfectly fine!

Comment reply on JayNinja's Completed Build: **StarGazer** New Gaming & future streaming PC

  • 11 months ago
  • 1 point

Tyvm! the AIO was striking, i loved the way it look's and totally made my build pop out more. I was doing some research around newegg and seen a few reviewers state that the pump gives out overtime...

it could have been a previous model, I've yet to have any issues other than with cam sometimes not loading properly. overall it's a great cooler! keeps my OC cpu at 31c under load, 79c to 82c when testing out the speeds on cinebench

Comment reply on JayNinja's Completed Build: **StarGazer** New Gaming & future streaming PC

  • 11 months ago
  • 1 point

I've seen a few out there. i'm still researching around the net to see which parts would be best "to last a long time over time" i hear you have to use the right parts otherwise you can cause corrosion.

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