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  1. if i'm understanding you correctly you tried cloning the drive while using the os on the drive you wanted to clone? this you can not do. you need to boot to acronis, so the os drive is not being used, and then clone the os drive to the ssd. this is what you do need to try for it to work.
  2. been a while since i've cloned anything but if memory serves when you clone the drive you have options to clone just the c partition or all of the drive, now if you clone just the c partition this does not include the mbr or efi boot partition which is needed to do a straight swap of the drives and have it boot into the os. so if i'm correct just doing the clone procedure again but this time choose the option to clone all partitions, which will include the mbr/efi partition should get it to boot correctly. edit sorry just reread your post and may have misunderstood what you're really wanting to know. yes if the cloning was successful then the c boot partition will automatically be recognized without the need to make any changes in bios.
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    CB my friend.

    i just read how he was doing good in his other topic and then i read this very sad topic and can't believe he's gone. rip caintry, you'll definitely be missed.
  4. maybe even try connecting second gpu to back of cpu rad. make it the cooler bottom gpu though so you'd have case/fan/cpu rad/fan /gpu rad with both fans blowing down and in. doubt the heat from the cpu rad will add much to gpu cooling temps but if it does then you'd have to try something else. as usual there's lots of ways to connect things and just a case of trial and error to see what's easiest or works best.
  5. maybe try connecting the top gpu rad to the back of the bottom front fan so you have fan/rad /fan both fans need to be pushing /pulling air in the same direction of course. that's the way i have my personal water cooling system setup. fans connected to rad on both sides with one sides fans connected to the actual case.
  6. all trial and error until you find the best solution that you're happy with usually when it comes to fan/rad placement vs performance. personally i like positive pressure (means more fans blowing in than blowing out.) in my builds even if it means a degree or 2 less cooling performance just so there's less dust inside the case. all the best with the build.
  7. you're good for power cables then and as for the right side of the motherboard left hanging, that's fine just as long as all the standoffs are in the correct places in the case to screw the motherboard to them without leaving any empty holes on the motherboard where a screw should go.. as to where to fit the radiators/fans, then after a quick look at the case i'd think cpu dual rad/fans to top and bottom gpu rad/fan to back both blowing out and top gpu rad/fan to bottom side blowing in, but it'll be a question of just seeing where you can best fit them.
  8. well looking at the gpu's they don't seem to need any separate fan headers for the fans or pump because they seem to run directly from the card itself which only needs the usual 8 and 6 pin power connectors directly from the power supply with fan speed etc controlled from software installed on pc.. so i'd think you just needed to connect the cpu cooler to the motherboard following it's instructions then plug both cards into their pci-e slots and connect the 8 and 6 pin power cables directly from the power supply to each of them and everything should then work fine. can't tell from psu link if it has 2 each of the 8 pin and 6+2 pin power cables you need for 2 gpu's but if not then you'd need spliter cables for the second gpu to run both cards from the cables off the power supply.. https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIACJF5TH0853&cm_re=molex_to_8-pin-_-9SIACJF5TH0853-_-Product and https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIACJF6CK4279&cm_re=molex_to_8-pin-_-9SIACJF6CK4279-_-Product
  9. can you post links to the cpu cooler, 1080ti's and the motherboard you have so we can check specs, on power requirements and capabilities. been a long time since i've built a watercooled pc myself but if memory serves the fan headers on the motherboard provide enough power for the gpu's to be connected on. if by some chance they are not then you can always connect them directly to the power supply. for example to a spare sata cable directly from the power supply using an adapter cable similar to this. https://www.ebay.com/itm/15Pin-SATA-1-to-6-way-3Pin-Fan-Power-supply-Cable-Port-Multiplier-GPU-Cooler/123139453160?hash=item1cabaef0e8:g:iN8AAOSwzbVa~axJ
  10. terry1966

    caintry boy

    caintry don't you think you're taking things to the extreme just to go see those nurses? best wishes and take care of yourself.
  11. sorry haven't replied earlier but to be honest your first log doesn't look that bad to me, there's nothing there i'd say was a concentrated attack, or anything that would slow down your internet connection in my opinion. so if restarting the router never fixed the issues then i'd guess the problem would be that some other device was connecting to your network and taking up most of the bandwidth causing your pc to have a slow internet.
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    Sunday funnies........

    in case some don't get it. 360 degree turn means you're still heading in the same direction.
  13. usually you have a dynamic ip address provided by your isp, so simply turning off your router and then restarting it means your isp will automatically issue you with a new ip address which is different from the one being attacked. this should then solve the problem.
  14. terry1966

    Windows Vista 64 bit

    been a long time since i messed around with a windows pc, but if memory serves there are 2 ways to reinstall the vista os from the recovery partition. first is to use a live cd and just boot the recovery partition which should if my memory isn't playing tricks with me start the recovery options listed same as when you used to tap the f8 key so you can reinstall the os. second is to use a live cd to examine the recovery partition and find the correct boot file and copy it back to mbr so when you tap f8 on boot up the options are again offered. i assume you lost the original functionality of the f8 key by installing a different os which overwrote the original mbr and lost that f8 function you're used to seeing. sorry can't tell you what the correct boot file is that needs writing to the drives mbr, but i seem to remember it taking me a lot of trial and error before i managed to find the correct one, think there were a number of different files in the mbr folder (can't even remember the correct folder name now.).
  15. have you got this working yet kram? if not has he installed the nvidia drivers? what version of opensuse is he running, tumbleweed or leap? can't run any tests myself because i don't currently have 2 nvidia cards, but from memory i don't think i needed to do anything special after i'd installed the nvidia repo and installed the nvidia-glG04 driver.
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