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Comment reply on Hovant's Completed Build: Clear Air Turbulance

  • 7 days ago
  • 1 point

That makes sense, odd though that to the cones of the human eye blue wavelengths ought to appear less visible, while green wavelengths are the most visible. It may be that in an effort to balance the perceived wavelength of the light (since white cannot be reproduced by just RGB combinations, much like strong violet and purple hues), they may have pumped up blues to compensate. Orange, being the opposite colour of blue on a wheel, as you say, likely improves the overall balance of the combination. Curious that on my IPS that it still registers as orange, but it's not much of a surprise that the colours on an LCD panel are more accurate than RGB LEDs. The one product that emits excellent whites are the Corsair Dominators. The price is gross, but I rather like the Chiclet look. I'll be adding two more sticks of the same RAM later this month, but I'm pretty much otherwise twiddling my thumbs and waiting to see what Intel brings to the GPU table, what Nvidia's Ampere looks like, and how close AMD can come to melting steel with their reference blowers.

Thank you so much! <3

Comment reply on CaptainofBlitz's Completed Build: My First Computer Build

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

GPU sagging already and cables all over the place :c

Comment reply on Hovant's Completed Build: Clear Air Turbulance

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Although I haven't removed mine (I use the shelf it provides as a spot to spool some excess cable out of sight), I see that the screws which mount it are accessible from the back of the case, so it ought to be.

Comment reply on Hovant's Completed Build: Clear Air Turbulance

  • 1 month ago
  • 2 points

All throughout these pictures I'm using the same CPU cooler config, although do keep in mind that I am using the NS-D15S, which is slightly offset to improve compatibility. I can also confirm that PCie Slot 1 is unobstructed and is currently occupied by the Nvidia RTX 2070 S. The RAM slots are accessible, and both my my sticks can be removed and reinstalled without difficulty, although if one was using 4 sticks instead of 2, there could be a challenge. What IS inaccessible, is M2 Slot 1, which is buried underneath the hulking Noctua cooler. Next time I open it for upgrades, one of the changes I will make will be to mount my M2 in the second slot, which is just above PCie Slot 2 (or below it if the motherboard is not inverted, mine is). This will require the removal and remounting of the NS-D15S, which will be a hassle, but I wouldn't mind a second swing at it, as screwing it in was one of the more difficult parts of the build.

Comment reply on LikenMicks's Completed Build: The Monarch

  • 3 months ago
  • -3 points

Powered by cum, I like it

Comment reply on da_drake's Completed Build: A E S T H E T I C

  • 3 months ago
  • 2 points

Holy f, beautiful. Captures the retrowave perfectly. You might be able to reduce temps slightly if you switch to a more efficient PSU maybe. Going to keep your lighting colours in mind for mine. I'd probably commit crimes to have a monitor setup like that.

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