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About mikat

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  • Birthday September 22

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    Computers, Programming (JS, Python & Go), CS:GO
  • Biography
    I got a macbook air for school in 2012, built my own pc in 2015, installed Linux Mint on my pc in 2017 and I'm working on a website for school that uses firebase and react :)
    About a month later and I no longer use Linux mint, windows Linux subsystem works with my favorite terminals and vscode, so no need for the Linux desktop anymore, since windows is more convenient for everything that doesn't involve the terminal or file system.
  • Occupation
    Sitting at school


  • CPU
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z97 U3+
  • RAM
    Crucial Ballistix Sport 8 GB (2x4)
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 1070ti 8G Aero
  • Case
    Corsair 230T Windowed Orange
  • Storage
    Crucial BX100 250 GB SSD + Generic WD 1 TB HDD
  • PSU
    Cooler master G450M
  • Display(s)
    Samsung Syncmaster 2343NW + Asus VC239H
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO
  • Keyboard
    Gigabyte K83 (Cherry MX Red)
  • Mouse
    Sharkoon Shark Force
  • Sound
    Logitech G230
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. mikat

    DIY Home server/router wifi & NICs

    If you're gonna do a diy router setup with an expensive router you might aswell buy a dedicated access point like the ubiquiti ap ac lite for $80 and hook that up via a wire. Also 2 port gigabit NICs are like $23 on ebay so you might aswell get a dual port one. For routing you could install PFSense or OPNSense in a vm and just pass through the dual port network card. experience: have OPNSense running in a hyper-v vm on windows server 2016 and it works very well have an ap ac lite and it's a good value access point, would recommend (also handy that your AP can be somewhere central where the server cannot be because it might be too loud )
  2. mikat

    What's Tracking Me

    nokia 3310 won't even save you, the nsa will still track you through the towers
  3. mikat

    What's Tracking Me

    and they will STILL track you through code that other people embed in their website code
  4. the 3000 series will probably not come out for AT LEAST another year if not 1.5-2 years and intel 10th gen is also not around the corner since 9th gen JUST came out, you should be fine
  5. mikat

    What's Tracking Me

    they will still track you through ads and through analytics
  6. you should really open the case and measure this, the width and length of the card are probably on MSI's website
  7. mikat

    Should i worried on a 1 little dot dead pixel?

    outline as in explain, some manufacturers do cover it even at 1px i believe
  8. the gpu doesn't change the game code so games will take the exact same amount of vram regardless of which gpu at the same settings
  9. mikat

    Show off your latest purchase!

    Used 1070ti
  10. I used acronis true image (it came with my ssd, https://www.acronis.com/en-us/promotion/CrucialHD-download/) to go from a 500gb hdd to a 250gb ssd and it was really easy, i'd recommend it!
  11. mikat

    1440p vs 1080p ulrawide

    depends on the game though, my friend can run gta v at low settings 1440p at 50-60 fps with a 750ti, he's upgrading to a 1080ti soon because he bought a 165hz monitor but it's not a horrible experience, gaming with 1060 or lower at 1440p
  12. mikat

    what was Discord coded in?

    Nope, it's made with electron (and html, js, css, react), https://electronjs.org/ And I believe they use react native for the mobile apps https://facebook.github.io/react-native/
  13. mikat


    You want to private messsage @CPotter or @nicklmg