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husseinHr

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About husseinHr

  • Title
    Newbie
  • Birthday 1999-07-05

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  • Steam
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  • Twitter
    @husseinhorack

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    United Kingdom
  • Biography
    ENFP-A(T)

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 2600X
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Aorus B450 mATX
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB 3000MHz (White)
  • GPU
    EVGA RTX 2070 8GB Black Edition
  • Case
    Phanteks Enthoo EVOLV mATX (Silver)
  • Storage
    500GB 970 Evo NVME SSD
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNova G3 650W
  • Display(s)
    ASUS VX24AH 1440p 100% sRGB + FHD Version
  • Cooling
    Stock AMD
  • Keyboard
    Razer Ornata Chroma (low profile switches are my thing)
  • Mouse
    Logitech G403
  • Sound
    Creative A250 2.1 w/ Subwoofer
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. Still having this problem. Anyone know how to fix this?
  2. Not sure why. Built this PC recently, around the 20th Dec. Activated W10 Pro. Enough space on SSD, but did get to the risky level once... thought that might have something to do with it but i have no clue. So, sometimes I come back to the PC to see the monitor's gone on standby and when replug it I get the HDMI no signal thing. So I shut the PC down. Then start again, but no signal... try a few times, get angry, leave it for a while. Then for some reason it might show the motherboard logo but still fail. Then eventually it will show me the blue W10 Recovery screen. I then fiddle with that to get to the BIOS. Then I fiddle with that but change really nothing and manage to get Windows 10 back. Any ideas what might be causing this nonsense?
  3. husseinHr

    Bought everything today, build starts tomorrow

    Man, that looks good! I have an EVGA RTX 2070 Black Edition. I thought the name on the side of the card was going to light up but to my disappointment it doesn't! I love how yours lights up. Silly maybe, but man I love that. Enjoy this great PC!
  4. Bloody amazing! I hardly survived my own standard DIY PC building process with my amount of patience! Looking forward to seeing this when it's complete!
  5. husseinHr

    PC Desk Build

    Looking good!!! Love what you're doing!
  6. husseinHr

    Possible Upgrade paths :O 10603gb n 1700x

    Wait a bit if you can because there's lots of great updates on the way. Don't get an old gen card that's not going to benefit streaming if you can avoid it.
  7. I've looked at the Razer Ornata Chroma (£80 on Amazon) just now and it seemed really promising until I heard about the noise! My room is next to my parents' room so a constant extremely loud clicky noise from the keys would not be a good thing. Are there any more quiet alternatives? This is one of the things I didn't really like about mechanical keyboards, at least when I'm with family.
  8. I don't like how big the keys are on mechanical keyboards and I prefer chiclet or smaller keys in general. The Lenovo laptops have awesome keyboards. But I like the build quality you can get with standalone mecha keyboards. I want to be able to type and float on the keyboard like I can on the laptop keyboards. Volume buttons do matter to me unless it's almost equally easy to reach them with the Fn key. So what can I do? Not sure about how to choose a keyboard at all. I know very little about them. I've heard of low profile mechanical switches and think they might be a good idea. What do you think? Idk. I'll leave this to your advice. And if you could link me a site or channel or something of someone who reviews all the keyboards like Rocket Jump Ninja reviews mice, then I'd be very happy! EDIT: backlight is essential! and the keyboard should be good for gaming... I don't know if there are keyboards that aren't good for gaming, but hey. some people seem to suggest so in reviews.
  9. husseinHr

    Advantages of Online Courses

    I agree with the people above. Doing something on-location is 10X easier unless you are crazy self-motivated, in which case I applaud you. At home you're likely going to be alone, but maybe there are others doing the course? Either way, it's very easy to wane off and get distracted, lose motivation and all that. Actually going to the classes, seeing the instructor(s) and colleagues puts a lot more pressure on you to actually turn up and do the work - it's much harder to leave someone in person than it is on the internet when you've never actually met. So consider that element in your choice.
  10. husseinHr

    Mid-range $1600 Gaming PC Build

    I'm not sure how to edit this build best because I've got no clue when it comes to AU prices, but I just recently built my new PC here in the UK. Similar price range and spec (£1500 incl monitor), but I think it's important to note that even though I went for a 500GB Samsung 970 Eco NVME SSD, I'm already at 174GB left / 290GB used. I've only installed three large games so far and they've taken a whopping 147.1GB by themselves. If I want to install another game, I could easily lose another 50GB chunk in one go! And so on. There goes my expensive new SSD. Basically, storage gets used up quick. But I think 500GB of this expensive type of SSD ought to be enough for me at this point, and I will have to get 2.5"/M.2 2280* SSDs next, but at least 1TB capacity. I've got an old HDD but it's not working anyway. But imagine having to move games from the new Lambo to the cranky old Morris Minor (HDD)! If you're going to get 250GB that's okay for now, but I think you should get your hands on a good standard 1TB SSD as soon as possible before everything overflows onto old Morris. TRY THIS: why don't you ditch the HDD and the 250GB 970 Evo and instead go for a slightly slower but still perfectly good 1TB M.2/2.5" SSD? It'll cost from $50 to $100 more but I think it will be worth it in the long-but-short-run (since that 250GB Evo drive is going to run out very quickly). *There are limited amounts of M.2 slots in every motherboard! Mine only has one! I could get a converter for the PCIe x4 slot but I've only got one of those spare in my microATX motherboard. So I will have to likely go with the 2.5" eventually, but that's no problem when the alternative is a HDD. I hope this is useful and not a waste of time for you. I just thought this was something to think about.
  11. Thanks for leading me to these posts, which lead me to this great post by AluminiumTech: Surface Power Management Overview: How battery saver impacts CPU performance . Definitely check that out!!
  12. Keep in mind I have got Ryzen Master installed and apply the Game Mode. But I do forget so I would like to know which power option or profile is better. Oh, the spec: Ryzen 5 2600X, RTX 2070, EVGA 650 G3 PSU....
  13. A friend of mine is worried that her old phone's virus will get carried over to her new phone if she transfers the files. Is this something that can happen on mobile phones? And is it best to transfer the files using a USB and adapter or SD card or via a cloud storage solution like Google Drive or Mega? Is there an online cloud storage app that checks files for viruses as they upload/download?
  14. husseinHr

    Best cheap backlit chiclet keyboards?

    I didn't know whether I should mention why I need a new keyboard... same as you - too turbulent.
  15. What are your recommendations? Price-point: cheap as possible, definitely under $30. I live in the UK, so QWERTY UK is my layout of preference. Thanks
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