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Fenrir The Gray

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About Fenrir The Gray

  • Title
    Junior Member
  • Birthday 1994-08-16

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  • Gender
  • Location
    Sremska Kamenica, Serbia
  • Interests
    Computer Hardware, Tech in general, gaming, programming and personal favorite gamer girls :)
  • Occupation
    QA Engineer


  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3600X
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte B450 Aorus Elite
  • RAM
    2x8GB DDR4 Kingston Fury 3000MHz
  • GPU
    Sapphire RX 580 Nitro+ Special Edition
  • Case
    MS Industrial Titan 2 Pro
  • Storage
    Samsung 970 Pro 512GB (Windows)
    Samsung 830 Pro 128GB (Ubuntu)
    WD Caviar Blue 1TB (Backup)
  • PSU
    Cooler Master MWE 500W
  • Display(s)
    AOC 24G2U BK
  • Keyboard
    Logitech MX Keys
    Redragon K552 Vara
  • Mouse
    Logitech G703 Hero
  • Sound
    Logitech Z333
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Education x64
    Ubuntu 20.04
  1. I am unable to. Unfortunately fans have some weird 6pin connector. Mobo has standard 4 pin connectors.
  2. Hi. I've bought a new case for my system. I am having trouble connecting it's Fan Hub to the motherboard. I have no idea what should I connect where. Motherboard: Gigabyte B450 Aorus Elite Case: MS Industrial Titan 2 Pro ( Decent Quality Review, sorry for the Language, there are no reviews in English ) Hub: ZT-AJ-XCKZ3 v2.0 I have looked into the manual and attempted to connect the following: - PWM connector to the SYS_FAN2 header - The weird connector with one hole blocked to the D_LED2 header That didn't work. I've entered the BIOS and my motherboard isn't detecting a "fan" in the fan slot. Tried switching the Fan Header, same result. I've booted up into windows and tried using Gigabyte's software, but RGB controls in the Aorus RGB Fusion don't affect the fans. What am I doing wrong? In the attachments I've attached the pictures of: - Headers to which I've attempted to connect the Hub to - Hub Connector cable - Hub itself
  3. I see. I think that would be way too complicated for me atm... What would be that one damn expensive way? I did forget to mention that I wouldn't mind buying an off the shelf keyboard that does meet my requirements, but I couldn't find any. Will add that to the post.
  4. Hi guys, I'm looking forward to building my first mechanical keyboard. I already own a Redragon K551 (Otemu Blue) mechanical keyboard, and I was satisfied with it since the moment I bought it. However now I want more. At first I wanted to get myself an IBM Model F AT or more preferably an IBM Model F 4704 107, but those 2 are either god damn impossible to find or insanely expensive. I've found the 4704 107, already restored and converted, but the guy is asking 470€ for it... Way out of my price range. I do realize that custom keyboards require a lot of money as well, but I can buy them more easily, by buying one component at a time. Now that I'm looking to build the keyboard myself I need your help choosing the right components. ================================================================================================================= Choosing the switch What I'm looking for in a switch: - Preferably Short Key Travel - Light to Medium Actuation Force - High Tactility - Silent or Deep/Bassy sounding, or simply put nothing that is high pitched - A stable, non-wobbly switch Important note: I do not wish to go through the tedious process of modding any switches, only off the shelf stuff. Choosing the keycaps This is probably the easiest part. I would really like something in the style of SA or DSA keycaps. I've found these, and now I only have to wait for the new drop to happen. Choosing the rest This is where I need the most help, as I have literally no idea what to get out of the following... What I'm looking for in the rest of they keyboard: - Full 104 key board. F**k anything with less keys than that. I use every single key of the 104 keyboard, and I wouldn't even mind having a few more. - Steel backplate, I think? I want the keyboard to sound bassy or to be silent. I'm guessing that a nice steel plate would help this. - A nice thick plastic case (same reason as above?), that can also support the 104 board. - Detachable USB cable - N-Key rollover ================================================================================================================= If you have any suggestions for any of the components noted above, please do write 'em down! Your help, xp and knowledge would be most appreciated! Also since this would be my first build, I have probably missed something that I didn't even know I needed, so do feel free to inform me of that as well. Thanks guys! ================================================================================================================= EDIT 1: I wouldn't mind buying an off the shelf keyboard that meets my requirements, but I haven't found any so far.
  5. Well regions he is looking at are Ontario and BC. So the one you gave me is an instant match. Thank you for the info
  6. Hey guys, does anyone know any good "job hunting" agencies in Canada? My family has been looking into immigrating to Canada. My father, who is a sheet metal worker and a welder, is looking for a good job hunting agency that would deal with finding him a job and dealing with his permanent residence status. I will be coming after him, but only after I get my EE college diploma. For now I'm trying to help him find a good agency, however these days I cannot be certain what is a real agency and what is just another scam. I've tried to find Canadian Ministry of Labor's e-mail address to ask them the same question, however I was unsuccessful at that. Can you guys help?
  7. I`ve been playing around with regular hardware for last 10 years, and with programming last 2 years, but recently I developed an interest in Enterprise grade hardware and System Administration. Can someone give me a good place where I can learn as much as possible about these things?
  8. So glad LTT grew this big, congratulations guys My first expirience with LTT was back in 2011, while I was searching which hardware for my PC should I buy, and randomly stumbled upon the channel. I watched a few videos, really liked them, so I subbed I've been following you since
  9. My favourite part of the phone are actually the switchable soft buttons at the bottom. I hate that every company makes their phones with their soft button positioning, and when you switch to a different phone it takes me a while to get used to it. So this is a BIG plus for me.
  10. Nice competition Linus, finally I have a chance to win something very good. GL everyone else!