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Noyu

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About Noyu

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1993-06-29

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Philippines
  • Occupation
    Combustion Engineer

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 2400G
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte AB350N GAMING WIFI
  • RAM
    2x8GB G.Skill Trident Z 3200MHz (@2133MHz)
  • Case
    InWin Chopin
  • Storage
    ADATA XPG SX6000 Pro 256GB
  • Display(s)
    Dell U2715H
  • Cooling
    Wraith Stealth
  • Keyboard
    Logitech M212 Wireless
  • Mouse
    Logitech K240 Wireless
  • Sound
    SteelSeries Arctis 7
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

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  1. Noyu

    Laptop Stand/Hub Type-C

    Nevermind found it. Googled "laptop hub"
  2. Noyu

    Laptop Stand/Hub Type-C

    Hi! Accidentally bought a laptop with no ethernet port (Lenovo 330s-15ARR) Now in the market for a Type-C hub of sorts. Saw my officemate using this, unfortunately he couldn't remember the brand/model as it was just a gift to him. Any ideas? I'm kinda deadset on getting this hub. It acts both as a hub and a Laptop stand, and is Type-C.
  3. can you give me a reference on the difference between the 330 and 330s please? NEVERMIND FOUND IT hahaha Budget: 30,000PhP Usage: Daily driver. General use (e.g. internet/videochat). Nothing too heavy. But a GPU is a +. Display: 15.6" 1080p Battery Life: yes? ahaha I mean as much as practically possible. Online stores: PCHub PCWorx LaptopKid thanks my dude
  4. Laptop recommendations please. Currently eyeing the Lenovo 330s-15ARR or the cheaper 330-15ARR (I can never figure out the difference) Anything similar or better is appreciated. Laptop for general use and light gaming only. But mostly general use.
  5. hi! so I have a work laptop and at the office LAN we have to use a proxy server to be able to get internet on our units. is there some way I can auto-disable this when accessing non-work WiFi. or auto-enabling a proxy server when on work LAN?
  6. sooo just recently I upgraded my SSD into an NVMe M.2 SSD and the first issue I encounter is that SOMETIMES (especially during cold startups), my system would encounter either of the following issues no POST - I'd have to force a reboot using the power button, then sometimes #2 happens M.2 SSD not detected in BIOS The issue is minor, as it usually gets solved by a few reboots, but it does annoy the heck out of me. Is this a board issue or an SSD issue? I'm not sure how to prove which is which and how to request a replacement, if ever. PSU issue maybe?
  7. just got back from trying all of the known browsers (including those listed by homeap5). still no go. Am I out of luck?
  8. So far I've tried IE11, Edge, Chrome PC, Chrome Android, FireFox Android. Thanks for the other options though, I'll surely try them out
  9. Sooo we're in Japan right now and my sister asked me to get her a router for her house. I chose the TP-Link Archer C6 (which is probably the best bang-for-buck router in the market right now). Obviously, because we're in Japan, the firmware on the router is in Japanese. There wasn't an option to change the webUI to English, so I opted to flash an english firmware from the Bangladeshi site The firmware loaded successfully to 100% and then I was greeted by this screen: So now I'm stuck with that screen when I'm trying to access the webUI (192.168.0.1 or http://tplinkwifi.net) I already tried the following - rebooting everything - hard reset of the router - trying other browsers (even tried on my phone) - webUI access through both LAN and WiFi Fortunately, the default SSID and password was still accessible so I'm currently just using TP-Link Tether (mobile app) to access the router. UNfortunately, there is no option to load/upgrade firmware on Tether Any ideas? Save me haha I've given up on trying to get it to speak english. I just want the webUI back huhu
  10. Noyu

    Chinese Chromecast KILLER

    Not sure if rhetorical but I'll answer, USB hubs will generally work. Although from my research, it seems the Mi Box is actually pretty picky with USB Hubs, specifically on the ethernet port. Personally, I'm not using it enough to justify ethernet, as it already works just fine with 5GHz AC.
  11. From my understanding of what you meant, this is a B series motherboard based on the AB350 chipset. (assuming the aseries is the A320) Yes. I'm using the latest BIOS. I would like to reiterate that it was working very well when I was still using a discrete GPU. I could just turn on XMP and it would work at 3200Mhz flawlessly. HOWEVER, now that I removed said dGPU, and now using the iGPU, I can't get past the login screen without the system crashing. Thanks is it correct to assume that #2 and #3 doesn't matter THAT much when it comes to compatibility?
  12. Can someone please ELI5 how to read my motherboard's QVL for Raven Ridge? My board is a Gigabyte AB350N-Gaming WiFi: (here is link http://download.gigabyte.asia/FileList/Memory/mb_memory_ga-ab350n-gaming-wifi_raven_v1.pdf) I find it confusing hat a board with ONLY 2 DIMM SLOTS lists memory meant for a 8x16GB kit. Background: I actually already have a Trident Z kit (F4-3200C16D-16GTZSK) but I can't seem to run any RAM overclock without my system crashing at windows login. HOWEVER, I remember it working flawlessly when I still had a discrete GPU paired with the 2400G. Do note that in both cases I did not OC the CPU or the iGPU. So right now I'm planning to sell it off and buy new ones that are guaranteed to work at AT LEAST 2933 MHz Anyways: Here's the QVL. (here is link http://download.gigabyte.asia/FileList/Memory/mb_memory_ga-ab350n-gaming-wifi_raven_v1.pdf) I really only need something that'll run at >=2933MHz @ 2x8GB What do these mean? Density (e.g. 4GB, 8GB, 16GB) - is this per stick? per kit? what? ->>>>>>> it's per stick # of Ranks x DRAM devices - what? SS/DS - ?? HELP
  13. yep. on F23. latest recommended drivers as well. more info ony my build on my sig.
  14. Hi sorry for the late feedback. Anyways, nevermind. We decided to just upgrade her 7y/o laptop rn with an SSD. If it breaks during the surgery (it is old after all), we'll buy used haha Thanks for the help anyways
  15. Hi! So for the past few months I've been running a small InWin Chopin + R5 2400G build. My only issue is that I can't get the RAM to run any type of OC. It just runs at stock 2133MHz. I have a G.Skill Trident Z 2x8GB Kit (F4-3200C16D-16GTZSK). Any type of OC (XMP or manual) will let me boot into windows, but as soon as Windows loads the graphics drivers (just a few seconds into the login screen), my PC will crash. I have tried EVERYTHING, and basically now I'm just looking into changing into Ryzen-rated RAM kits. Other than generally being better built, what other advantages does the Flare X have against the Trident Z RGB "X" kits? By "X" kits I mean the ones optimized for Ryzen: https://wccftech.com/gskill-amd-ryzen-optimized-trident-z-rgb-ddr4-memory/ Do the Trident Z RGB X kits have XMP profiles built for Ryzen as well? I hear that's the case for the Flare X. I'm really not looking into spending too much money anymore so I'm just looking for RAM that will work at 3200MHz (or even at least 2933) on my current setup.
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