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  1. Do you have any parts that you can reuse from an old build? Also, what resolution are you aiming for?
  2. Didn't check, but you can try Mauser. They sell all kinds of actuators, sensors, etc.
  3. To quote the headline of an article showcasing the Mate 30 Pro: "The best phone you won't buy." Unless they can get the major apps, including the Google ones, to work out of the box for consumers, they will struggle to sell their products. Especially when they want service providers to keep bundling them with their contracts.
  4. I mean, you can get the apk on your PC and transfer that to your phone via USB, right? https://www.apk4fun.com/apk/14486/ This version lists 2.2 as required, so would that work?
  5. What's your current fan setup? Maybe share a picture. How much of a difference does ramping up the case fans make?
  6. If you feel comfortable with soldering on a new bios chip, maybe something like this will save your board. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F382797166432
  7. Also, can you hear a click coming from the psu? There should be a relay kind of sound.
  8. Not to doubt your abilities, just a sanity check. When you filled the system, did you use a separate 24 pin cable with the jumper? Aka is the one connected to the motherboard dangling around while another one is connected to the psu?
  9. Or, you know... use a thin wire or string in between cpu and cooler to separate them.
  10. That sounds like the thermal paste dried up. Disconnect the cpu fan and let the cpu and thermal paste warm up. Then carefully twist the cooler from side to side.
  11. The size isn't important for this question, but rather the resolution of the monitor and at what settings you intend to play.
  12. Noiseblockers are good imo, barely audible up to 900 rpm (for the 120mm that I use). Can't go wrong with Noctua, but they get pricey real fast if you need more than just an aio fan replacement. Appearantly, Gentle Typhoon is still the best performance / value king.
  13. This is why people like to build themselves, you're in control of the flexibility your system will offer. Or buy from system integrators, that will use mainstream parts.