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1 hour ago, Bond007 said:

I should follow up my previous comment and say that while it isn’t for me, I would still give it a read/watch if you do feel like capturing your impressions/results!

yah I was with you till 2 other tech discords I am in wanted a unboxing even if I make it a joke to do with how bad the box is damaged.

I will hammer something out tomorrow 🙂

 

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3 hours ago, Mightyunit said:

I'd love to watch a review of that cooler.

 

Why is the box in such poor condition??

Well it was on newegg direct from Alphacool next day for like $99 cad so I 'm guessing the "open box never used" had something to do with this haha

 

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13 hours ago, Soullessone21 said:

Well it was on newegg direct from Alphacool next day for like $99 cad so I 'm guessing the "open box never used" had something to do with this haha

 

 I see. I thought perhaps it had an epic shipping adventure or something like that. I figured if it was new and arrived like that then there must be a story

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Haha if only it was that cool but it was super low priced so I could not pass on that.

kit includes all the pipes, res, pump, rad fittings and block As well as liquid for $99.

new their on sale in Canada for like 118 plus shipping normally their over $200 so I was happy to get it

93759491-103B-41AC-AD97-4F2810D406E6.jpegprepped my rig last night also jammed in some of my backup drives and a new 1200 watt psu.

D123F73E-BD45-4526-A9C5-839699EDAF1C.jpegthis was before cable clean up, had to remove one drive from this stack do to lack of ports. There is also a 5tb 2.5” hidden on the other side I’ll show with my embarrassing cable photos.

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1 hour ago, Mightyunit said:

That looks insane! Would this used as an archive or what would you need all those HDD for?

Also 5TB 2.5"? I did not know that those were a thing...

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it is far from thin hahah

this is my video editing rig, most times I make a video I have about 20tb of external storage that I backup every broll or video or event to, then I save a copy on my local system. At 1080p I could record forever and hardly put a dent in this. At 4k I’m using a 250gb min pretty much per video.

i also like to have mirrored backups of family photos and things like that.

from time to time a physical backup of the site helps to.

i will also have a capture card video coming up after this cooling video and 2 audio ones where this capture card is chewing up space like no tomorrow haha

beyond all the spinning disks I have 2 1 tb nvme one is the OS and adobe drive as well as a few game other is current videos being edited.

my plan is to some day when I can find 5tb Ssds for a good price is swap them all for ssd storage and move and spinning to a nas.

i was going to build a new nas on Friday but a emergency put any other projects that I need to be out of the house for on hold.

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