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clean

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About clean

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    Clean

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Canada
  • Interests
    Computers

    Programing
    CS
  • Biography
    Out here leaking my own IP
  • Occupation
    honestly I dont even know

System

  • CPU
    i got like 6 computers and am always changing them so nothing here is accurate
  • Operating System
    windows 10 // 8.1 // OSX // Linux
  • Laptop
    dell xps 15 // ASUS rog (some crappy plastic one from 2016) // ASUS Zenbook

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  1. thanks, I was pretty sure of that but just wanted some clarification. I'm going on with the replacement as this is more for practice than anything Regards, Clean
  2. Hi all, I am not sure if this is the proper area to submit a question like this but, I am working on some electronics as a hobby and need to replace a broken USB port. I got a replacement USB 2.0 port and it looks slightly different from the one on the board now. The one I purchased is missing two points soldered on in the upper case. I believe these are just for support as to my understanding only the 4 pins on the back transfer data and provide power. I just thought I would ask to be sure I don't end up making a bad mistake. pictures are provided below to better illustrate the comparisons. Regards, Clean
  3. Hello, does NIC in your computer supports a 1gb connection? Regards, Clean
  4. Just to be sure, You are plunging the cord into the GPU not the Mother board right? double check to be sure.
  5. go on r/mechanicalkeyboards for alot of cool keyboard layouts. I am personally switching to Ortholinear this summer when my holy pandas come in.
  6. Yeah gaming often runs the 60% (if custom or really into mechs) or a 10 keyless.- which I run myself. Regards, Clean
  7. Try re-seating the ram, ensure the ram is in the right ports. If you have other working motherboards of the same socket try them out. You also seem to have experienced a lightning issue... I am NOT an electrician but maybe try it in a different room that will be on a different breaker. Regards, Clean
  8. Hi, There are keyboards (example here) with the num pad on the left so there is more space for the mouse. with that said, this too is a unique way of doing it. Regards, Clean
  9. Hello, try taking out the GPU and try on board graphics to see if the GPU is causing the issue. In the past I have had this issue from either a broken PSU or MOBO ... never the GPU. Regards, CLEAN
  10. I hated RGB and disabled it all. I found it annoying and made my setup (oak desk) look cheesy. Ended up selling off all my RGB gear and made my own Keyboard with no back-lighting.
  11. Hello, If you think you will get a second monitor down the line- in the past I have cut a bit of the monitor budget and buy a cheaper alternative, then in a few months once I was able to save up more get he nice one. I understand that this does not work for everyone. You could also shop used (I have for my entire setup and the only issue I had was a switch breaking on a 20$ keyboard). If buying used it is important to be patient and ensure all components are looked over thoroughly and the price is fair. I would not recommend a used GPU unless you are sure of what you are doing as they could be mined with and some sellers try to hide their pasts. If used is an option for you there is alot of good material online of how to ensure the product you are getting is reliable / safe. Regards, Clean
  12. The ear buds you are looking at all look like Chinese clones. Try looking on aliexpress as it will probably offer better pricing. I found these that are nearly identical to the Jlabs Air but 1/2 the price. Again look around. I do not have experience will these types of ear buds as mine are slightly more expensive. When looking at these sorts of products it is good to shop around. Also be sure that the reviews don't seem to be padded with fake reviews. Fake reviews are often all uploaded within a short time span and have broken english. Hope this helps! Regards, Clean
  13. Hmmm, I run AMD so my experience is limited here. From here all I can recommend is basic troubleshooting steps: - is the cable plugged in properly - try a different port on the GPU if available Also try steps outlined on this Microsoft forums posting: (43 people found this helped them) "Right-click the Start button, and click Device Manager from the menu. In the manager, find your display adapter, right-click it, and select Properties. Then, in the Driver tab, click Uninstall, and then check the checkbox for deleting your driver software. Restart your PC once the uninstall is finished. Windows will then detect that the display adapter doesn't have drivers, and install the latest ones." LINK https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-start/windows-10-doesnt-detect-correct-display/d919291b-e1cb-4b30-abd4-0e96466d33be Regards, Clean
  14. Hello, Not sure why you are limited to the few manufactures listed but, I have used AUSU ROG Laptop and in the past and had good experience with support when the display died (were fast and professional with repairs). A few friends of mine have MSI Laptops and none have complained about them. Here is a link to a laptop that looks like it meets your requirements. Also you could go to a commuter store like Canada Computers (if you are in Canada that is). They have a nice range of gaming laptops to look at in person. LINK https://www.amazon.com/GE75-Raider-653-i9-9880H-Windows-Notebook/dp/B07QR3H75S Regards, Clean
  15. Hello, Not sure why you are limited to the few manufactures listed but, I have used AUSU ROG Laptop and in the past and had good experience with support when the display died (were fast and professional with repairs). A few friends of mine have MSI Laptops and none have complained about them. Here is a link to a laptop that looks like it meets your requirements. Also you could go to a commuter store like Canada Computers (if you are in Canada that is). They have a nice range of gaming laptops to look at in person. LINK https://www.amazon.com/GE75-Raider-653-i9-9880H-Windows-Notebook/dp/B07QR3H75S Regards, Clean
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