Windows 10: Show off your PC!
I use a hot swap a lot like the one in topgundcp picture. One ssd and one hard drive hot swap. I using it now for a ssd with W-10 on it.
**Be careful when you open it because the little handle breaks off easy.**
I bought one of those $100.00 tubing bending kits and consider it a waste of money. Live and learn, as they say.
I'm trying to do this tubing thing with as few fittings as possible. No 90's and 45's fittings ect. I will have to do some more experimenting on methods of bending.
Keeping the tubing level and plum does take a lot of time. I'm going to be adding some more plumbing when the parts come in.
Boil some water and dip it in there for a few seconds, you can do all the bending you want. Once taken out, use a steel hanger to hold it in place on both ends, put in the refrigerator for a few minutes.
Extreme machines! Very Nice!
You really don't have to go through all that boiling water and such.
Heating the tube with a heat gun works well and is quick. It cools by itself in less that a minute.
Getting the bend in the exact place so everything installs vertically and horizontally on the money using a level.
Because I only working with 3 brain cells that toke me some time.
You are assuming that every body has a heat gun. And yes that's how I did it but hot water works equally well.
Layback Bear said:
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This is my set up:
This is the first time I've posted photos of my new build.
Very neat swarfega.
It's not final but I have a build log of a "Trash Can" Mac Pro replica.
(Another) Mac Pro Late 2013 Replica
I thought since a lot of us on this forum are general PC (Windows) enthusiasts, that it would be fun to compare temperatures.
The specific temperature I am interested in is the CPU temp.
Please provide a screenshot showing your temps.
Was reading some info on SSDs over on TechSpot, and thought I would shear. Hope you find this info hopeful when deciding on an SSD for the first time or even if just upgrading from an old one.
At the top of the food chain are Samsung's SM951 and...