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Finally, It's Done! All Around PC!

Posted by Teckmo-X - March 17th, 2017


So last time I mentioned that I was building a new computer for the sake of rebirth and replenish ANNNnnnddd to finish up my music. Apparently I ended up spending a little more cash than I thought my budget went for. Had everything but had to wait for the cooling system, HDD, and the Thermal paste needed to apply on the CPU. I did have some troubleshoot runs where my motherboard wasn't excepting my Windows 8 key code but in the end triumph came and Windows 8.1 got me the update I needed to activate my OS. Now, with everything built and set up for gaming, streaming, video editing, and music I had one final thing; to transfer my FL Studio folders and files. Unfortunately bad news came in the most unexpected way. After trying to transfer All of my files to my new Seagate 1TB HDD the files got corrupted. What does this mean? Simply put; I lost FL Studio 11... 

Hold up! I thought that I could instead just bring the HDD from my old computer to the new one but turns out it's denied its way into the system. It shows the HDD ready and synced BUT it can not register because Windows 8.1 is already installed on the other HDD and I can't have two different OS running on the same computer. So lately I've been having to wait for my friend to bring his copy of FL Studio 11 to run and install back up on the new rig. Other than that this PC rocks! 

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First off this image wasn't doing what it's supposed to do which is flip it to the right but I quess Newgrounds knows best. Second off this is the first PC I've ever got to building and it was one hell of a trip. $600 and it runs like a V12 engine. So for interests and the curious mind heres what it's running on;

 

  • AMD FX-8350 Octa-Core Black Edition
  • MSI 970 Gaming Aura Motherboard w/ Audio Boost II and Killer 2200 Networking, SLI compatible
  • Kingston HyperX Fury (2x4Gb) DDR4 * Upgrading Soon*
  • Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 ITX Mini 3Gb VRAM w/ VR Ready
  • Seagate Barracuda 1TB HDD 7200RPM at 6Gbs ( Upgraded to 10Gbs)
  • Antec Supercharged 650w Liquid Cooling System
  • Thermaltake 600W Bronze 80+ Power Supply ( Also Upgrading )
  • 5 120mm Fans ( 2 Thermaltakes + 2 Corsair LED Purple + Liquid Cooling Antec Fan )

 

Of course the fun doesn't stop there. I'm going to upgrade with the following later on;

  • Kingston HyperX Fury (2x4Gb) DDR4 = 16Gb
  • Thermaltake Triple Fan Radiator for Liquid Cooling Upgrade
  • Thermaltake 700W RGB Power Supply
  • Samsung 250Gb Solid State Drive
  • Seagate Barracuda 5TB HDD 7200RPM
  • Thermaltake 120mm RGB Fans Triple Pack

 

Now this is all too much of course but It's what gonna allow me to crank this puppy all the way to 5.0Ghz of CPU power. Might have to stablize a safe way to conduct Liquid Nitrogen into the bay of the motherboard and some CPU coverage to skyrocket to 6.3 Ghz Overclocked but that will have to wait. Other than that let's go for the better news. 

 

The new improved webpage for my music has already been made and is still under development to give the community a better experience. Check it out at  https://misakokatsumi635.wixsite.com/retroevolution 

 

As for the music part I should still be able to make music since I still have my recovery HDD from my old computer so I'll just have to use that one for the time being but in all good hands should be able to make it in time for the Art Inspired Music Contest and for this time around I'm going to have to go with an artist who's work I've loved for many years now. @ErrorCell is an amazing artist bringing a series of time bending art with a background story to it. Check him out for some of the latest work hes done, it's pretty cool. 

 

So guys that's it for news. More stuff will come around as soon as I fix this FL corrupt files. Check out some of my latest uploads and I'll see you real soon.

 

Tech <3


Comments

Just read your post and something disturbing got my eye:

&quot;Hold up! I thought that I could instead just bring the HDD from my old computer to the new one but turns out it's denied its way into the system. It shows the HDD ready and synced BUT it can not register because Windows 8.1 is already installed on the other HDD and I can't have two different OS running on the same computer.&quot;

This ^^^^
I have had this problem aswell.

Have you ever hear of &quot;Master&quot; and &quot;Slave&quot;

Google it. Wiki it. IDE has it, i thought SATA has it aswell.
All you need to do really is replace a so called 'Jumper'.
A tiny piece of plastic with a tiny metal bracket (of some sort) inside.
Im quite sure that you can turn your old &quot;Master&quot; HDD (with the FL files on it) to a Slave disk. Much like a DVD drive which is also always a slave since you dont want the system to boot from it.
Consider taking a look into this.

And ofcourse goodluck.

Needless to say it is truly a shame because I've already formatted the hard drive lmao oops! Good news is I got all my programs back onto my new computer along with Sony Vegas which I wasn't able to on the other computer. Either way I'm always up for some quality PC education so I'll definitely look into it. I guess maybe the HDD didn't work because of something on it. After all I had a lot of problems with it having files missing every day. Thanks for the help though!