seems like you could have really simplified the setup by having the external unit hook into the internal loop, rather than creating a whole...
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butter knife is where its at.
that second connector has less pins, and is labeled JFPB1
its because you can't spell bought correctly.
make sure, resolution is correct, and scaling is at 100% for all displays, then REBOOT.
changing scaling without rebooting does some weird things...
its a corsair hx1000i
you can get aftermarket cable kits but they are all sleeved by retards.
Time for an update.
New set of ram has solved my crashing problems.
new video card was sagging quite a lot. tried to fit the bracket that came...
Things are progressing slowly.
Got some faulty ram which took my a while to nail down.
Had to order a bracket to stop video card sagging....
picked up a 1080 to go with - http://forums.overclockers.com.au/showthread.php?t=1229394
trimmed out the hole with some rubber. usually this stuff stays on ok on its own, but i threw some glue in there to be sure.
Had the rad for a while, its a Fractal Kelvin S36.
Aside from that,
G.skill Trident Z RGB, 4x8GB kit
Things have been a little stalled, but I ordered all the parts today.
stalled a little, waiting for stuff to happen, so heres a led test gif.
dried off, perspex mounted
put down some tape and clamped the bezel in place
did a few holes, then switched to bolts
marked some rough cutlines, doesn't...
I couldn't resist a bit of peeling.
You can see how the etching really picks up the colour from the
Screws & radiator came, so I can mount things.
Window arrived from the laser cutter
Yeah, I resisted for a long time.
I have had a single 120mm rad in the back mount for a while, but with an NVMe SSD I can ditch the rear drive...
So, I decided I should through drill the mounting holes to get proper alignment. Was a little tricky clamping because my only long reach clamps...