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  1. Case is really up to you but here is some places that do good reviews https://www.gamersnexus.net/hwreviews/3521-nzxt-h710-case-review-brute-force-airflow https://hexus.net/tech/reviews/chassis/136415-nzxt-h510-elite/?page=3 https://bit-tech.net/reviews/tech/cases/fractal-design-vector-rs-review/3/ US prices are a bit funny vs AU The Kingston A2000 1TB was $159AU and it is $135US so it goes from a bargain here to a little expensive there While RX 580 8GB are $300 here $120 there
  2. Oh dam. It's kinda a bad time to go buying new high end GPU maybe just get a cheap card to screw around with and vmod or something unless there is a demanding game you really want to play in the next few months. Maybe a middle ground like a reference RX 5700 8GB $299 Microcenter then stick it on water. Have you thought about going big or small with the build?
  3. Dasa

    Fan arrangement

    Like most NZXT case the 510 is more form over function and the front panels is very restrictive to airflow especially with low speed fans. https://www.gamersnexus.net/hwreviews/3496-nzxt-h510-elite-case-review-making-things-worse Due to the front restriction it will be important to tape up any gaps around the front fans so that fresh air has to be drawn in and cant just go round in circles like it will be now with just one front fan. Corsair ML140 140mm Premium Magnetic Levitation Fan Twin Pack $45 could be a good option for two front fan's. Also using the vertical GPU mount would only make temperatures worse so best to avoid that.
  4. Looks like you need to buy it and even then you don't get much more than a demo for $40 at this stage. As for the game it is fairly short just a few maps they will add more but it will never be a large game with just a few quick missions. A fair bit of the outdoors FPS drops lower than it does in the benchmark.
  5. Chernobylite is a new early access game built on the Unreal engine with a benchmark. This is at Ultra 3440x1440 Game has some promises and it will be interesting to see how it develops as they add extra content.
  6. I don't think anyone was ever suggesting the politicians had any intelligence. If big business wanted to drive down land prices all they would have to do is use a shell corp to pay some dodgy scientists to do a one eyed report about what we should be doing for nature in the country and then sell it as the right thing to do to any politicians that want to be seen as having a green thumb and they will eat it up doing the dirty work for them without even knowing it. They have been flying over scanning the area for minerals in the past but I'm not sure if I should be reaching for the tin foil hat just yet. The Chinese have been buying a lot of land but they do seem to have been focusing on food. They are clever buggers though in Fiji they were installing power and roads to places they were not allowed to mine as rites to the land is in the hands of the local villages but they know that if they offer the temptations of the modern world they will become more susceptible to there offers and if not this generation then the next will say yes.
  7. Far from the first to do that but bonus points for admitting it
  8. Environmentalists believe the redgum forests need frequent floods to survive (a load of crap) so every 4 years rain or no they flood them, at times they have done this before a large rain which has washed that man made flood back into the river killing all the fish. https://www.weeklytimesnow.com.au/news/national/murray-fish-deaths-blackwater-event-kills-hundreds-of-cod/news-story/7881f6e224c470aa9a8c07289ce8a605 In my mind they should only do this when there is sufficient rainfall to create a natural flood to better mimic nature. The powers that be also seem to think the rivers should be flowing full out to sea 24/7 even when they use to dry up to nothing but a few water holes when the rain stopped in the past and it is only the dams that allow them to continue flowing. It is just a case of stupid people playing god from within there concrete bunkers people that see the people that make food as as environmental vandals that they are happy to see get shut down. Although I do like eveln theory that there is actually some nefarious intelligence behind it all using greenys to do the mines dirty work for them. This site has there point of view or marketing however you want to look at it. http://www.vewh.vic.gov.au/news-and-publications/news On a side note French farmers know how to perform proper protest here they spray manure in through the window of there parliament house...
  9. Around here a lot of what was irrigated land is being converted back to broadacre farming with cereal crops like oats, wheat, barley which have failed two years in a row now and all been cut for hay which is not profitable but recovers some loss. Others are swapping to more niche foods that don't really feed a great deal of people but are worth more cash I think almonds is the current craze as was vineyards a while back. Most are buying Fords\Holden's with ~50-100,000ks on them for ~10-15k driving them till they have ~300,000ks on them. But they also need to spend hundreds of thousands more on work vehicles as they are cheaper than labor unlike Fiji where a good job gets you ~$5 a day. Most bushiness owners out here work ~90-120 hours a week and at the moment they can do that for a year and lose money doing it just to maintain a investment.
  10. So there was a meting held about the water recently at the busiest time of the year 8am in the morning to reduce the number of farmers that could go no doubt. Conclusion was that they are really happy with what they are doing and have no plans to review any damage it is doing to the environment or industry for another six years. Farmers conclusion from this news is that the industry is dead and one of the largest and most stable food bowls in Australia\the world has been killed so some will shoot themselves others will just try to sell up. Hopefully some will try to shoot some stupid politicians before shooting themselves. We are already importing more food than we export and it is about to get a lot worse. The government has just allocated a heap more cash to buy up even more water for "environmental" flows. We grow a lot less rice than we used to a few mills have shut down years ago. https://www.g-mwater.com.au/water-resources/catchments/storage-levels
  11. As far as I can see it looks ok provided it isn't making contact with the PCB or bending it some how.
  12. Dasa

    Navi Confirmed: 2019

    Fairly close to the edge but may be ok with another .005v-.01v at least in firestrike.
  13. Does sound a bit hot which means ether a bad mount or Vcore is way to high due to a bug with the BIOS update. Two SATA drives playing up? that does make me suspicious of the MB... was this only since the BIOS update? Don't follow your last question maybe a picture would help.
  14. Dasa

    Navi Confirmed: 2019

    What about 30% with 1.18v set? What program are you using to test load as different programs and higher FPS will increase power draw and make the card behave differently.
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