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Jihakuz

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About Jihakuz

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 2001-08-16

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  • Discord
    Jihakuz#0465
  • Steam
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  • Battle.net
    JIhakuz#2978
  • Twitch.tv
    twitch.tv/Jihakuz
  • Twitter
    https://twitter.com/Jihakuz

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    England
  • Interests
    Only the dankest mems.
  • Occupation
    Professional Memer

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 1800X @ 4GHz
  • Motherboard
    MSI X370 SLI Plus
  • RAM
    8 GB of Cosir Vengeance LPX
  • GPU
    MSI Armor GeForce GTX 1070
  • Case
    NZXT S340 Elite
  • Storage
    1x 1TB Hard Drive (idk what make) 1x 500GB Samsung 560 EVO
  • PSU
    Silvestone 500W 80+ GOLD
  • Display(s)
    Acer and Benq ;)
  • Cooling
    2 40mm Fans
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow Chroma
  • Mouse
    Mad Catz R.A.T 3
  • Sound
    Razer Kraken 7.1 Chroma
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

Recent Profile Visitors

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  1. Then, from my experience, its something to do with the front panel. Might be worth try to jump the power switch pins with a screwdriver instead of using the case button.
  2. @Cs342 So do the fans spin when you press the power switch?
  3. I've been enjoying Destiny 2 a lot recently, just mindless shooting for an hour. Plus its free to play now.
  4. I've always been happy with NZXTs mid towers. Nice to build in, alright airflow and nice to look at. Currently I've got an S340 elite
  5. It sounds like you have put your front panel connectors in wrong
  6. I'm currently living at uni and have a server running at my parents place. To control it I normally use ssh to remote in and I can do most of the stuff through that. The only problem is that the router at my parent's place is pretty tempromental, and whenever the router resets so does the IP. I'm pretty sure I can't convince them either to shell out another ~£30 just for a static IP. I've heard of using services like Free DNS and duck DNS but I have no idea where to start with those. What solutions would you suggest?
  7. Can't believe I didn't think of that... Thanks a lot!
  8. Yes, as insecure as that sounds
  9. Hi all, I think I have a slightly strange case here: I am currently living at University, however my server is running at my parents house. I can ssh/remote desktop into it fine, using that has come in super handy. However one of the main problems so far is the fact that I can not remotely port forward anything to the server. The router I am using is the default BT one they gave us, never could convince the parents to get anything better! Searching online for "Portforward bt homepage" obviously just give tutorials on how to port forward BT, which is not what I want. Thanks, Jihakuz.
  10. 32GB of RAM, for the forseeable future, will be overkill if you are simply gaming. Most of the memory usage during gaming is on the GPU's RAM (vRAM) so you might as well save yourself some money/upgrade another part.
  11. @GoldenLag saying "waste of money" is useless unless you are giving a valid reason/alternative. Instead it just makes you look toxic and like you know very little. A 1TB SSD are no where near as expensive as they once were, only about $30 more than a 1TB HHD and a 500GB SSD (probably what you would recomend) Again with the video card, "waste of money" is useless. There may be better options but if he can find a cheapish card, it would out perform a 1050ti Next time just be a little more friendly and less aggressive. Not every one is a computer god like you.
  12. Hey there ltt forum, I'm in a slightly strange situation. I've just done some work experience for a tech company, who have just changed all their servers. They aren't really going to do anythung with them, so they gave one of their 1u servers, a sfp cable and an sfp nic to me. The server also has sfp I already plan to put FreeNAS and run my Plex server from it but that's not really utilising the full potential of it, even thighj it is getting on ten years old now. I don't have the full specs to hand but I've got RAID card, 9TB of hhd storage, ~46GB of RAM and a couple old ish xeons. Again, I don't have the full specs to hand sadly. My question really is then, what do you suggest I run on it. I could run an email server from it but I don't have a domain. Maybe some form of Internet caching if possible. I also do not want to run an ad block on it. Thanks in advance, Jihakuz
  13. The more you fill your hard drive up, the slower it goes. I wouldn't worry about it unless you're using 95%+ of your space.
  14. This is an argument I've had with many people over the years because it's a pretty complex topic. So let me *try* and break it down: DPI is has many times your mouse pulls its position a second essentially. So if you're mouse is pulling more a second, you can move it in more places on the screen. Sensitivity on the other hand is just a software level change that just moves your cursor more depending on how much your mouse has moved. It's kind of a hard concept to visualize at first but this video shows it well even though it is on CS:GO. So that's the end of it right? You should use high dpi, low sens. But no! The argument continues... Others argue that some mouse clock too high with their DPI, causing more errors. Really I don't understand why completely, but here is a video by a Logitech Senior mouse engineer explaining why this occurs. Really, this is why to complex of a topic to be worrying about for anyone. I feel the best thing to do is to chose a slightly lower than the highest DPI of your mouse and have a low sense. If you want to change your DPI but want to keep how your mouse feels, try this website. I know it works for CS, but I don't know about fornite. I hope that answers you're question and doesn't confuse you anymore
  15. Hi all, I currently have a Huawei P20 Lite, and I'm looking to install Lineage OS. Only problem is I no longer think it is possible to get the code from Huawei to unlock your bootloader. In their "Account Center" there doesn't seem to be an option to get your code. There are paid services that say they'll do it for you, but I doubt these are really and just looking to make a quick buck off people. So my question is, is there anyway to unlock the bootloader now that Huawei has stopped providing these access codes. Thanks.
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