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Brennan Price

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About Brennan Price

  • Title
    With great technology comes great F*** ups
  • Birthday 2001-02-22

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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Behind you
  • Interests
    I like PC gaming/building, drawing and sketching as well. Music, great quality sound and Photography are in my interests too.
  • Biography
    There is nothing to say about myself really, Just the fact that I like tech. Why else would I be here?
  • Occupation
    IT Technician

System

  • CPU
    Xeon E5 1680 V2 @ 4.2GHz
  • Motherboard
    Asus Rampage Extreme IV
  • RAM
    16GB = 8 x 2GB Samsung Dimms
  • GPU
    NVidia GTX 1080 HP OEM
  • Case
    Beige Case
  • Storage
    1 x 256GB Crucial P1 1 x 1TB Crucial P1 NVME Drives
  • PSU
    EVGA 750W GQ Gold+ Rating
  • Display(s)
    3 monitors (3 x 1280x1024 matching monitors) = Eyefinity
  • Cooling
    Akasa Venom R20 240 RGB Cooler & 5 x 120mm silent fans
  • Keyboard
    Aires K3 Backlit Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Asus Cerberus
  • Sound
    2 x Beovox 1001 speakers amp, Behringer XM8500 Microphone with UM-2 Pre-amp & Marshall Major 2 headphones
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64-Bit

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  1. I feel that the major benefits have been mentioned already, however, I still want to say that one of the biggest benefits to using Linux is the fact that you can use it to recover and troubleshoot issues with your PC. I don't think this has yet been mentioned. It just makes sense as it is almost the only OS that can be installed onto a flash drive of almost any size depending on the variant of Linux Used. I must also add that one of the most powerful tools for storage is GPart(ed) and it is available on Linux. It helps that this is pre-loaded onto a lot of Linux distros too so booting straight into a USB drive to fix your boot partitions etc is very easy.
  2. Not as much as you may think if I'm honest. Maybe £20?
  3. Terraria would be my most played game hands down. The next closest would be GTA V.
  4. I could perhaps understand needing a tablet if you draw a lot for an art class etc, but if you just need a tablet to act like pen and paper... Then just buy the pen and paper. It costs a lot less than the price of a tablet, plus it's much easier to collate everything when it comes to revision and the like. Why make life harder for yourself and lose money at the same time?
  5. The antenna looks a bit like this, and, will most likely be either attached to the screen or will be connected to something else. Have just got to connect it again. http://i.ebayimg.com/images/i/330401099221-0-1/s-l1000.jpg
  6. Does the CPU not even have integrated graphics? Also... What you can do is remote into the device when it comes to needing an output onto something.
  7. That's a good sign at least. It may be worth checking how fast it charges as there are virtually no portable power banks around with more than 5V on them, just higher currents. A portable battery I would recommend is the Anker PowerCore 26800. It has three USB A outputs and holds 26800mah at 3Amps, great for your laptop. I'd recommend something that can output a higher current for example 6amps but these can cost a lot more.
  8. What laptop have to got? I highly doubt that it charges at 5V.
  9. Destiny 2 was free on the Battle.Net launcher a little while ago...
  10. I think my perfect phone would be my current Huawei Honor 9 inside the body of the iPhone 4S, would still keep USB-C and a fingerprint sensor but damn I love the 4S body. So good to be able to open the phone with ease and replace parts if any of it fails.
  11. Well then, time to buy one to trigger everyone...
  12. I just recently upgraded to a Xeon E5 1680 V2 on lga2011, this was coming from a Xeon X5675 on lga1366. Quite a big jump in performance I must say. However I've been waiting for a bit of time to dial in a decent overclock to make something worthwhile of it. As x79 is fairly power hungry and is happy to be on a voltage of up to 1.52V, I knew I had a good amount of headroom to play around with. Considering this is my daily driver, I settled on 4.4GHz which was stable at 1.365V respectably. Attached is a screenshot of my Cinebench R20 results, more than 3 times better than when I had my X5675 at 4.4GHz also.
  13. Almost any laptop ever with a decent iGP (still a single board computer). I'm thinking Intel HD 3000 and above.
  14. Strictly speaking... There is no front page of the internet as your browser will only take you directly to where you need to go... So, the front page of the internet is actually your Browser, therefore making New Tab the front page of the internet.
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