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About ixi_your_face

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    You don't know man... You weren't there!

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  1. RIP best moderator.

  2. well if you can get into it in safe mode; prolly just change the password in there, that'll be easier.
  3. Have you checked to see if your keyboard region has maybe reset? I can see that causing issues if the password has special charicters like #, ", @ or £. Failing that, look up UBCD, it has a tool called Offline NT password & registry editor. Give that a try. I've not used it since at least win7 so idk if it still works for 10, but i'm guessing it'll work (hopefully) Also keep UBCD, super useful. afterthought edit: This will only work for local accounts, just incase someone comes along later on
  4. CentOS is RedHat with a tramp stamp.

    1. Mira Yurizaki

      Mira Yurizaki

      Try using it without internet access. It's fun /s

  5. ASUS list that mobo as having: 1 x M.2_FAN connector1 x CPU Fan connector(s) 1 x CPU OPT Fan connector(s) 2 x Chassis Fan connector(s) 1 x 5-pin EXT_FAN(Extension Fan) connector1 x AIO PUMP Header as it's an AIO, you'd wanna have them connected to the CPU fan connectors (most likely). So to answer your question: No. You need an extension/splitter/hub thing. if you wanna be Mr FancyPants, you could go for something like the NZXT Grid+ V3 or this. If you don't care about crazy stuff like PWM, you could go the old-school splitter way instead.
  6. Have you checked your network discovery settings?
  7. ixi_your_face

    r6 trouble

    Moved to PC Gaming.

    1. SirReallySam
    2. SirReallySam


      Also just noticed we joined the forum the same day :)

  9. If you're doing it for your own use, pretty much any drive formatting facility will be good enough for your needs. You can format the ssd from windows' installer, if you delete the partitions in the drive selection menu. But if you want to be thorough, you can install Linux on a USB stick and boot to that, format the SSD from Linux using a facility like GParted and then install windows after that. But to be honest, you'd probably just be faster popping the windows install media in and deleting the partitions.
  10. which is exactly why i said have a solid base in the first place. If you spend money now on a dual core and build a system based on that, it'll be outdated by the end of next month. Even if you are not able to upgrade over time (which i highly doubt) a solid base would be a better fit than some hastily cobbled together build that come the end of march will be worthless. Sure it may sacrifice boot times, but really? who actually cares about weather the PC takes 9 or 19 seconds to boot? why the rush? it's not going anywhere. a better footing = a better experience, and leaves options open for future expansion.
  11. The prices of ryzen itself doesn't matter as much as the price adjustments that would follow. As you said, Therefore, it would be a good thing to wait to see what those prices drop to. Maybe even intel will adjust their pricing accordingly. On the SSD part; You might not want to use a PC without an SSD, but on budget builds luxuries are the first sacrifice. You need to look at the bigger picture; he'd be much better off getting a solid base and building on that than getting a weak base and piling on top of that. If you drop the SSD, and stick with a single mass storage HDD, you can add budget elsewhere where he would really feel it; such as CPU horsepower or GPU horsepower. Boot times are pretty insignificant if the PC itself can't hold a steady fps in games.
  12. I would say so, yeah. Then reevaluate the situation.
  13. I would definitely say it's worth the wait, considering that there's no point in buying an entire system with a dual core, then you find out in 3 weeks that you could have build a quad core w/ hyper-threadingish if you just waited. Evaluate first, purchase later. Your build definetly could use some touch ups though; For a start, i wouldn't bother with a hybrid storage solution on a budget build; keep it simple. a 1-3TB hdd would be better suited here, especially as one can be added in the future. RAM - the only issue with RAM atm is that it's woefully overpriced. Not much you can do there other than sit in a corner and cry that you missed the window for cheap DIMMs I'd still wait. You could easily squeeze in the 4c/4t ryzen chip and upgrade down the line with an ssd etc, etc. IMO you get more value for your money this way.