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manikyath

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About manikyath

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  • Title
    keeper of the magical rowenta space heater
  • Birthday 1994-12-26

System

  • CPU
    i7 4790k
  • Motherboard
    asus Z97 mark 2
  • RAM
    16GB DDR3 1600 (corsair vengeance LP)
  • GPU
    asus GTX970 strix
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define R5 (black, no window)
  • Storage
    240GB sandisk Ultra II / 2TB WD black
  • PSU
    corsair RM750
  • Display(s)
    2x BenQ BL2420PT
  • Cooling
    Be Quiet dark rock advanced C1
  • Keyboard
    logitech G110
  • Mouse
    logitech G500
  • Sound
    hyperx cloud | pioneer vsx-c300 | PE HSV 40T
  • Operating System
    MSX anniversary
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    commonwealth in the former soviet banana republic of belgium
  • Interests
    tech, and noms. especially noms.
  • Occupation
    support engineer

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  1. GDDR5

    then i'd honestly suggest to do a lot of in-depth research on computer components and compatibility before you make bad purchases.
  2. GDDR5

    or made a fresh account, y'know how it goes.
  3. GDDR5

    are you computer component illiterate (which, nothing directly wrong with that), or are you trolling?
  4. so.. is that a symmetrical connection, how much do they charge extra for the modem (because they arent gonna give you a 10 gig fibre modem for 60/mo), how many 5 houses will have access to this option, and by how much are they double-selling that connection because no one is capable of using even close to being able to use that connection?
  5. 60%.. sounds problematic.. i've seen enough power supplies fail without otherwise damaging things to be past that ratio already, primarily with prebuilts.
  6. the PSU is the only part of your system that has a relatively high likelyhood of taking other things with it, and has the potential for killing everything in your system. (and you) some things you *can* still try is reset cmos (take out the battery on your mobo and short out the contacts, then putting the battery back.) past that.. its just connecting, disconnecting, and replacing stuff to find what has taken the blow.
  7. Thoughts about PC Architect?

    thoughts about pc architect: saw it, scrolled past because i by default expected it to be bad.
  8. 1050ti cause of stream lag?

    is the bro-man using NVENC as well? could be the 1050ti eats more relative performance doing encoding than whatever the bro is using.
  9. Help needed Msi Super Charger

    peripheral/usb/chipset settings (depends on specific board) in your bios settings, "wake from *any sort of peripheral*" settings are something to check as well.
  10. 1050ti cause of stream lag?

    what program, and what settings are you using to stream?
  11. 1151 De-lidding question

    conformal coating is essentially the same thing as the green "paint" thats already on the PCB.
  12. Installing DBan on a HDD

    if it is not part of your workload to DBan every disk you see, you shouldnt be doing that at work, if it is your workload, management needs to give you the tools you need. so either you tell management you need a usb stick for DBan, or you dont need DBan for your job.
  13. Installing DBan on a HDD

    if it is impossible for you to get the tools you need, thats something you need to bring up to management. or are you DBan'ing disks instead of degaussing them, and dont want corporate to know?
  14. 1151 De-lidding question

    well.. first off, if the possibility of a spill deeply worries you, chances are liquid metal isnt your thing. past that, if you can get your hands on conformal coating, thats defenately the way to go. delidding will void your warranty anyways, may as well void it good. as for the longer term thing.. i went to look for the longer term impact of liquid metal itself... and it is essentially undocumented terretory past a year or so. as for electrical tape specificly... bad idea, that shit is like bacon when hot. if you want something that'll last, i'd presonally recommend kapton tape (the shiny orange-y translucent stuff).
  15. Installing DBan on a HDD

    either just keep a digital image of DBan so you can flash it when necessary, or when you need it too regularly for that, just get a freaking usb stick, they're like 10 bucks...
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