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About Redsun20

  • Title
    A person with too many ideas and not enough time.

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  • Gender
  • Location
    United States of America
  • Interests
    Fixing computers, gaming, programming, 3D printing
  • Biography
    I love to work with computers, help people who have question about technology, and work with technology in general


  • CPU
    Intel Core i5 4690k @ 3.5Ghz
  • Motherboard
  • RAM
    8 GB Crucial 1300
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 750ti
  • Case
    Corsair Spec-01
  • Storage
    Kingston V300 120GB + WD Caviar Blue 1TB
  • PSU
    EVGA 500B
  • Display(s)
    Samsung S27D360
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hype 212 EVO
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Strafe RGB
  • Operating System
    Windows 7 Ultimate X64
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. I mean, it will... But you can easily handle this with a much cheaper CPU.
  2. Not really surprising to me. Guess it can wait, thanks.
  3. In that case, it is highly unlikely that I will be able to find one. My current motherboard is the MSI H81M-E34
  4. Redsun20

    Opinion's on new laptop?

    If it came with Windows installed, I would reinstall it. Just take the product key 1st, as you will probably need it (depends on if the laptop was manufactured with 10 by default). You can download the "media creation tool" from Microsoft here, and load the installer onto a USB drive. Then, boot to that and install windows.
  5. So, I have recently been given a couple Lacie external Thunderbolt drives. I would really like to use them off of strictly Thunderbolt, as well as having the ability to connect other Thunderbolt devices. I've been looking around, but just cant seem to find any PCI-E Thunderbolt 2 (yes, i mean 2, i need the the mini DisplayPort style connector) add-in cards. Are there any that you guys have had experience with, and possibly where to find them?
  6. Redsun20

    Control voltage sent to the fans.

    If you want all the fans to be running at the same speed, you can use a PWM fan splitter, and plug that into your CPU fan header. That should be able to have set RPM's per temp range.
  7. Redsun20

    Make a public IP static?

    You will have to contact your internet provider, they are the ones who control your IP
  8. Redsun20

    Why no wireless gaming keyboards?

    Well, you aren't moving your keyboard around anywhere near as much as your mouse are you? Also, latency is generally more noticeable on a keyboard, as you are waiting for a press, not a movement. Also, running a fully mechanical keyboard on batteries doesn't seem like the easiest thing.
  9. Redsun20

    The Note7

    They put restrictions in there for your safety, so you are putting yourself in more danger by trying to bypass them. I would not be holding on to it anyway, it is a safety to you and people around you. You are aware it has been recalled right??
  10. Redsun20

    Every night at the stroke of midnight

    You need to access the router through a web browser. Give a try It may also ask you for a username and password. The default values for TP-link routers are admin password
  11. Redsun20

    Every night at the stroke of midnight

    Most routers have a built in scheduling function. At a set point, they will reset in order to maintain proper operation. You can go into the router settings and see if this is turned on. I would recommend just moving it off to a less significant time (most people are assumed to be asleep at midnight, but there are acceptations). You know what the router IP is right?
  12. I can't agree more. If it is working properly, the computer will probably know what is best for itself; so listen to it
  13. Redsun20

    Best Paint for Mobo

    You can try plasti-dip; just make sure to tape off everything you don't want to cover.
  14. Redsun20

    M.2 SSD OS only and hdd files

    OK, simple enough.All you need to do is create some folders on your HDD for you files (documents folder, movies folder). Then go to the ones on the SSD (the originals). Then right click on them and select properties. Once you get there, select location and then add the folder on the HDD. Then copy the files over, and delete them from the SSD. Note: you don't need to actually create the folders on the HDD if you are on windows 10, you can just click move. I only said that barbecue I don't know what OS you are on. If you are on windows 10, you can just hit move instead of adding a path in.
  15. Redsun20

    nice card and chair vs excellent card but no chair

    Unless you are running full on 4k at high, you don't really need a 1080. I would get the chair and 1070