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  1. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #301

    Hi,
    HWBOT subs for cinebench R20 so far on 10900k and top dog by a hair with 10900KFC on LN plus the top five are all on LN
    6 dry ice
    7 and lower on chillers
    10th at 5.0 9900x well I know he has a chiller but shows water loop his score is only 50 points higher than my r20 sub mostly on 4.8 only 3 cores at 4.9 on my old 7900x
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  2. Bench Virgin's Avatar
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       #302

    CountMike said:
    For Ryzen users and tinkerers there's new DRAM Calculator for Ryzen 1.7.3
    Download DRAM Calculator for Ryzen - MajorGeeks
    Thats was i use!
    if comfortable playing with the BIOS !
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  3. CountMike's Avatar
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       #303

    Bench Virgin said:
    Thats was i use!
    if comfortable playing with the BIOS !
    That's what CMOS reset is for
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  4. sygnus21's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro (x64) 1909 18363.836
       #304

    sygnus21 said:
    It's here....

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    Left - old D800E. Right - new D850 on the right. Can't wait to go shooting this weekend
    Geneo said:
    Post some pics!
    Post some pics here because I said I would. That said, I did get a chance to get out the house so these are a few around the house photos. Not much editing went into these and honestly these jpegs here can’t do the camera justice…

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    Image details from this camera is incredible – they’re sharper and more vibrant than the D800E’s images. Auto focus is ridiculously fast and silent using Nikon's .AF-S lenses.

    I really wanted this camera and now I have it. Happy happy joy joy

    On the "PC hardware" side, looks like I'll have to replace my 512gig NVMe photos drive with a 1TB drive
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  5. swarfega's Avatar
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       #305

    Nice photos synus21, Perhaps we could have a photography thread in the chilling section to show our photos off.

    Speaking of replacing, the pciE slots on my Aorus Master x570 died yesterday. Looks like Ill have to contact Gigabyte to get a refund.
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  6. Bench Virgin's Avatar
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       #306

    CountMike said:
    That's what CMOS reset is for
    Jumpers or DIP switches, key-ring full of disk , those were the days.
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  7. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #307

    Hi,
    That's not hardware images though

    10900k picked up snagged it off micro center website 5:am this morning
    Just need a z490 apex XII in 30 days 400.00 or a formula XII 500.00 in a week decisions ....

    Returned my spare x299 mark 2 finally, micro center now tests warranty items guess they wised up to the in-store warranty being used more as upgrade insurance

    Guess I'm lucky when the 9940x and 1200P2 psu went out at the same time it really did hurt the mark 2 also
    B1 dimm kept dropping off pretty much why I got the used apex but that knocked off 260.us off the 529.00 10900k so after tax I paid only 313.00
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  8. sygnus21's Avatar
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       #308

    swarfega said:
    Nice photos synus21, Perhaps we could have a photography thread in the chilling section to show our photos off.
    I'd love to, but there doesn't seem to be a lot of interest. I don't want to be the only one posting there. We get a few people posting and that would be cool.

    swarfega said:
    Speaking of replacing, the pciE slots on my Aorus Master x570 died yesterday. Looks like Ill have to contact Gigabyte to get a refund.
    That sucks bug time. And I hate to say it but given the times we're in that could be long RMA process - unless you're still within the return/replacement window through store you bought the board from.
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  9. Geneo's Avatar
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       #309

    sygnus21 said:
    Post some pics here because I said I would. That said, I did get a chance to get out the house so these are a few around the house photos. Not much editing went into these and honestly these jpegs here can’t do the camera justice…


    Image details from this camera is incredible – they’re sharper and more vibrant than the D800E’s images. Auto focus is ridiculously fast and silent using Nikon's .AF-S lenses.

    I really wanted this camera and now I have it. Happy happy joy joy

    On the "PC hardware" side, looks like I'll have to replace my 512gig NVMe photos drive with a 1TB drive

    Very nice! I prefer the color tones of Nikon to Canon, but am invested too much in Canon. Enjoy!
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  10. sygnus21's Avatar
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       #310

    Geneo said:
    Very nice! I prefer the color tones of Nikon to Canon, but am invested too much in Canon. Enjoy!
    Thanks

    I think Canon's colors favor the warm side, whereas as Nikon favors the cooler colors. This is sort of like Kodak (warmer) vs. Fuji (cooler) colors.

    I used both Canon (A-1, AE-1) and Nikon (F100, F5) camera film bodies, but I always shot with Kodak film. When I got my first digital camera in the Nikon D800E, I was somewhat disappointed in the colors and commented on it over at dpreview.com. I felt the colors overall were somewhat dull. Someone said the sensor in the D800 was the cause, so... Anyway thank god for Photoshop. The colors from the D850 seem much better this time around.
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