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Cyracus

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    Veteran

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    i7 7700k
  • Motherboard
    AsusZ 170-A
  • RAM
    2X8GB G.skill ddr4 3000
  • GPU
    Asus GTX 1070 dual
  • Case
    Phanteks Enthoo Pro
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    256GB Samsung 950 m.2 1 GB Seagate Barracuda
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    EVGA 850W Supernova B2
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    Acer K242HL
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    Phanteks PH-TC14PE
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. the g3 may have some production issues to be wary of, might be better to avoid it for now
  2. This cooler VOIDS your warranty! - Worth the risk??

    Not much to say here, just
  3. About the stock Ryzen cooler.

    yeah, the stock cooler is great, can even handle minor overclocking
  4. Should be doable, boot into safe mode and remove any drivers related to the mobo, then get the new hardware set up and boot in and install drivers... I think that's all that it needs, can't say I have any personal experience though
  5. the x370 pro as mentioned has much better power delivery, pretty important with the r7s (and likely future equivalents) the strix b350 mobo is adequate for the r5s and plenty for the r3s. I'd personally choose the x370 pro
  6. What kind of SSD should I get?

    The long and the short of it, a good sata 3 ssd should give you a bigger capacity for the cost and your work should be just as fast as if you had nvme raid 0. AFAIK the ones you listed are all fine
  7. probably wise to just do that off camera or just cut out that part
  8. back to the initial comment in this little discussion saying move your finger would not go against their terms, no conversion has been made, no modification, it's just explaining how the gun works, which is not against their listed policies. Discussion of a bumpstock or how it works does not violate their listed policies. Discussion of feeling a bumpstock is unnecessary... not a violation of their listed policies. Under these policies you cannot have content that: Intends to sell firearms or certain firearms accessories through direct sales (e.g., private sales by individuals) or links to sites that sell these items. These accessories include but may not be limited to accessories that enable a firearm to simulate automatic fire or convert a firearm to automatic fire (e.g., bump stocks, gatling triggers, drop-in auto sears, conversion kits), and high capacity magazines (i.e., magazines or belts carrying more than 30 rounds). Provides instructions on manufacturing a firearm, ammunition, high capacity magazine, homemade silencers/suppressors, or certain firearms accessories such as those listed above. This also includes instructions on how to convert a firearm to automatic or simulated automatic firing capabilities Shows users how to install the above-mentioned accessories or modifications. In short, 1. don't try to sell guns or gun accessories or provide links to buy them, 2. don't provide information on manufacturing guns or gun accessories, or how to modify them, and 3. don 't show people how to install gun modifications. It does not say you can't have homemade or modified guns in videos, or discuss the functioning or purpose of guns and gun accessories
  9. saying what something does or how it works does not equate to giving instructions on how to create or install it. A gpu renders images, animations, and video, it does this by performing advanced mathematical and geometric calculations. A very simplified overview, but you could give in depth detail about how a gpu does what it does and that doesn't equate to giving instructions on how to make one. Likewise you could explain what a bumpstock is and how it works without laying out instructions on how to make one yourself
  10. discussing the function of a bumpstock or the necessity or lack thereof of it's presence wouldn't be a violation of the policy as written
  11. Nah, it always hits a little heavy on the first wave, and then finds some level of balance down the road. Gun content creators may have a bit of extra work contesting if any of their videos get removed that don't violate the terms in the meantime, but it is what it is
  12. Wow, so much "OMG NO MORE GUNS ON THE YOUTUBES!!!" YouTube prohibits certain kinds of content featuring firearms. Specifically, we don’t allow content that: -Intends to sell firearms or certain firearms accessories through direct sales (e.g., private sales by individuals) or links to sites that sell these items. These accessories include but may not be limited to accessories that enable a firearm to simulate automatic fire or convert a firearm to automatic fire (e.g., bump stocks, gatling triggers, drop-in auto sears, conversion kits), and high capacity magazines (i.e., magazines or belts carrying more than 30 rounds). -Provides instructions on manufacturing a firearm, ammunition, high capacity magazine, homemade silencers/suppressors, or certain firearms accessories such as those listed above. This also includes instructions on how to convert a firearm to automatic or simulated automatic firing capabilities. -Shows users how to install the above-mentioned accessories or modifications. Doesn't say no gun videos, doesn't say no modified/homebrew gun mod videos
  13. PSU Coil Whine

    It's not harmful, it's a potential problem in electrical components that use electric coils, so it's normal. If you find it annoying you can try contacting corsair about seeking a replacement, but they're not under any obligation to provide one unless there's a defect or something like that. Otherwise you could buy a different PSU but there's a small chance for any PSU to have/develop coil whine
  14. Max capacity for a singlemode fiber cable

    well, this old article claimed 255Tbps (or 32 terabytes per second) possible over a single fiber https://www.extremetech.com/extreme/192929-255tbps-worlds-fastest-network-could-carry-all-the-internet-traffic-single-fiber the max capacity will, for the foreseeable future, be hindered by the electronic components involved
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