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About Annoyingnerds

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  • Birthday 1987-08-12

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Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    -6.3024439, 106.71051999999999
  • Interests
    Gaming, Autosport, Military stuff, star wars, anything MARVEL
  • Occupation
    I love eating banana with my butt


  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 4710HQ
  • Motherboard
    Asus TUF B450 Gaming Motherboard
  • RAM
    Team Elite 2x8 DDR4 @ 2666 mHz
  • GPU
    MSI Ventus OC 1660 Ti
  • Case
    Cooler Master MB600L
  • Storage
    Toshiba 2TB
  • PSU
    Corsair CX650M
  • Display(s)
  • Cooling
    Be Quite 2x140mm Front panel fan
  • Keyboard
    Logitech Pro Gaming Keyboard (Mx Brown-esque)
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    HyperX Cloud Alpha
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. I bought an LED strip online which would be a nice addition to my case, I got the right motherboard which is an Asus TUF B450M it also got the RGB header and stuff so I thought "Cool it's just plug'n'play". So I plug it in (In off condition ofc) but nothing happens even after I boot it up so I was like what? I has 4 pins just like my motherboard but it won't lit up I wonder why... p.s. Below I provided the LED strip picture
  2. I just built a new system like a month ago, my case have a window attached to its side. My plan is as any other windowed PC owner is of course slap an RGB inside that thing. Sadly this RGB installing stories is not yet ended because I kept buying the wrong kind of RGB strips. I bought one RGB strips set from the trusty phanteks, but to no luck I accidentally bought the wrong kind which a 5V 3 pin variant caused by my careless stupidity. Now, is there any way I could buy a 4 pin to 3 pin adapter for these RGB strips, because my motherboard is using a 4 pin connector. And of course buying another 4 pin set is possible but why would you spend more for probably an easy solution?
  3. I just replaced my laptop battery because the old one was not working properly. Got the installing done and I tested it by turning it on, to my surprise it didn't turn on. Fine, I guess it was because it has 0% in the battery, so I plugged it to the charging cable just to see really how much power is left on the battery. It said 43%, at least now I know that the battery is working properly. Then I unplugged it from the wall, and it just turns off.... What? Like straight up blank dead. So my question is why is this? My Laptop is a Lenovo Y50-70 TL;DR My battery is charging but it won't keep the laptop turned on ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
  4. Yeah, looking forward to replace it maybe the end of the year or next year
  5. Cheers m8, going to start saving up for new PSU at the end of the year although I just getting started building my new PC and probably got one of the worst in the market
  6. Wait, why do you want the i5 to bottleneck the GPU?
  7. LG is good for 1080p not sure bout that 144hz though Maybe you could browse around AOC brand monitors see what you could find
  8. First of all is the GPU OC-able? And for OC-ing your GPU I guess generally goes for the preset speed if it got one, we don't want the i5 turn to bottleecking the GPU
  9. Hi guys I just want to ask couple of things: Will an 80+ "White" certification PSU blow my PC to pieces? Why does the 80+ certification exist?
  10. Regarding whether or not is it enough, it will be enough
  11. Ah that's somewhat a relieve, but isn't blue switch meant to be heavier because they said that it has a 60 gram actuation force? Also can you explain a lil bit more about your blue switch experience?
  12. My budget is $110 more less, and also if I'm playing fps games i.e. BF 5 or CSGO I don't really to press a switch multiple times.