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Ajukrezi

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    Ajukrezi got a reaction from Lenovich in Need help in finding a fan for 1650   
    that should work fine..
     and one google search provided this:
    DKK 78 is more or less 12USD. it might not be the same but damn close 

     
    https://www.ebay.com/i/174061846803?mkevt=1&siteid=1&mkcid=2&mkrid=711-153320-877651-5&source_name=google&mktype=pla_ssc&campaignid=10455324419&groupid=103243237109&targeted=pla-293946777986&MT_ID=&adpos=&device=c&googleloc=1005242&itemid=174061846803&merchantid=116792603&geo_id=57&gclid=CjwKCAjw5Kv7BRBSEiwAXGDElVeK5O3ib7crxkprKdNSew_DCujbx-3rh_nCrNlpA-xq3MbEOpBsFhoCGDkQAvD_BwE
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    Ajukrezi reacted to Panoramix97 in Anyone using air cooling instead of water cooling?   
    I prefer air for couple reasons :
     
    1 - The NH-D15 performs better than any ~200$ (CAD) water cooler and is only 120$(CAD)
    2 - I do not care about esthetics, I have a closed case that you can't even see inside it (no transparent panel) (and no RGB all on my PC YES GUYS ! NO RGB ! I even didn't plug the HDD / Power LEDS because I don't want any lights at all during the night when my pc is opened )
    3 - I like to not care about pump/leak problems for years and years
     
    Basically water coolers are marketing, or for high end cooling (over the 200$ mark for coolers, water cooler performs better for sure)
     
    So if you want as good performance as a H115i for lower price and not having to care about leaks / pump failure and that you could reuse the cooler for multiple builds / years
     
    I suggest you go with a NH-D15 from Noctuah
     
    I use it for a 10900k. Just make sure you have good filters on all air entries of the Case to avoid having lot of dust in the fans of the heatsink
     
    Clean the filters every 3 - 6 months and there you go !
     
    Cheers
  3. Agree
    Ajukrezi reacted to DutchGuyTom in M.2 ssd not showing up   
    Thanks. I was able to confirm that your SSD uses the SATA protocol and, while it may fit into the m.2 slots of your motherboard, your motherboard's m.2 slots only support the PCIe protocols. I believe you can get various adapters to either connect to a standard SATA port or to connect to a typical PCIe slot (like the ones your GPU uses).
     
    Best of luck
  4. Agree
    Ajukrezi got a reaction from LAwLz in Tricking schools internet into thinking I am in the school   
    that is just a horrible setup then.
    but yes if you could connect to a VPN you would essentially be on the school network. BUT i would talk to the school about this.
  5. Agree
    Ajukrezi got a reaction from Eigenvektor in Tricking schools internet into thinking I am in the school   
    that is just a horrible setup then.
    but yes if you could connect to a VPN you would essentially be on the school network. BUT i would talk to the school about this.
  6. Agree
    Ajukrezi reacted to The_russian in Do I have to remove the covering on the m2 ssd   
    The sticker? Keep it on, it acts as a heat spreader.
  7. Informative
    Ajukrezi reacted to Hakemon in Only 300 Watts Under Load   
    PSU wattage is usually labelled based on total power, not just one of the rails.  Also, I went through reviews before getting the PSU, 4.5 out of 5 stars was common across multiple sites when I purchased it (and still seem to be), I've honestly never had any issues where it dropped out or sagged.  Voltages on it are pretty spot on, 12v at 12.01, 5v at 4.98v, that's pretty good (and tested with a Fluke).
     
    I think only the older Ultra's were lousy, because later models like mine had far less complaints.
     
    Works for me then.  Apparently at most it's only costing me 30 bucks a month if I ran full load 24/7, which I wouldn't do, I couldn't afford it here where I live, but under normal use, looks like I'm only pulling around 8.5 watts based on how many hours a day I use the computer.  I can totally live with that since I don't game that much, it's just more video editing once in a while and that's it at most.
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    Ajukrezi reacted to BobVonBob in Only 300 Watts Under Load   
    The FX-8320 has a TDP of 125W, and the 1050 Ti has a TDP of 75W. Add that together, add 5W for an HDD, 5W for all the fans, chipset around 10W, 5W for the RAM, and a little bit of extra power on the CPU because those never quite stick to their TDP. You end up with about 230W. Add in power supply inefficiency, which is probably somewhere around 80% at that load and you end up with right around 300 watts from the wall. Seems reasonable to me.
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    Ajukrezi got a reaction from Meganter in 3070 or 3080?   
    it wont bottleneck.. just with titles out now,
    still no using the multi cores that well.
     
    iam running i i7-2700 yes a sandy bridge and isnt throttling my 1070
  10. Informative
    Ajukrezi got a reaction from Frosty02 in 3070 or 3080?   
    it wont bottleneck.. just with titles out now,
    still no using the multi cores that well.
     
    iam running i i7-2700 yes a sandy bridge and isnt throttling my 1070
  11. Agree
    Ajukrezi reacted to Meganter in 3070 or 3080?   
    Hello,
     
    Do you have enough money ? Get the 3080.
     
    You don't want to spend that much ? Get the 3070.
  12. Agree
    Ajukrezi reacted to Stahlmann in Help with picking a graphic card   
    For your budget i would not get a 2070 Super  and have an obsolete card in 1 month.
     
    Either get the 3070 or 3080, depending on how much performance you need.
     
    Or see what AMD releases in their new Navi GPU lineup later this year if you can still wait.
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    Ajukrezi reacted to Brok3n But who cares? in build me a good system please   
    Oh, Got it. Let me just make a $1500 build then.
    (A more "premium" $1500 3070 build:
    PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price CPU AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6 GHz 8-Core Processor $299.99 @ Amazon CPU Cooler Scythe Mugen 5 Rev. B 51.17 CFM CPU Cooler $48.99 @ Amazon Motherboard MSI B550-A PRO ATX AM4 Motherboard $139.99 @ B&H Memory G.Skill Ripjaws V 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3600 CL16 Memory $74.99 @ Newegg Storage ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 1 TB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive $134.99 @ Amazon Storage Seagate Barracuda Compute 2 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive $54.99 @ Newegg Case Phanteks Eclipse P400A Digital ATX Mid Tower Case $98.98 @ Newegg Power Supply Enermax Revolution D.F. 850 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply $129.99 @ Newegg Custom RTX 3070 $499.99   Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts     Total $1482.90   Generated by PCPartPicker 2020-09-12 15:11 EDT-0400   (More performance-focused ~$1500 build)
    PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price CPU AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6 GHz 8-Core Processor $299.99 @ Amazon Motherboard MSI B450 TOMAHAWK MAX ATX AM4 Motherboard $124.99 @ Best Buy Memory G.Skill Ripjaws V 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3600 CL16 Memory $74.99 @ Newegg Storage Crucial MX500 500 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive $59.99 @ Amazon Storage Seagate Barracuda Compute 2 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive $54.99 @ Newegg Case Phanteks Eclipse P400A Digital ATX Mid Tower Case   Power Supply Enermax Revolution D.F. 850 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply $129.99 @ Newegg Custom RTX 3080 $699.99   Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts     Total $1444.93   Generated by PCPartPicker 2020-09-12 15:11 EDT-0400    
  14. Agree
    Ajukrezi reacted to The_russian in Can i install this cooler on my cpu?   
    Did you mean to link a different product? That’s a cooling pad for a laptop, not a cpu cooler.
  15. Informative
    Ajukrezi reacted to HempBoosh in We hacked 28,000 unsecured printers to raise awareness of printer security issues   
    Summary
    Cybersecurity experts at CyberNews hijacked close to 28,000 unsecured printers worldwide and forced them to print out a guide on printer security
     
    Quotes
     
    My thoughts
    Yeah, printer security doesn't seem that important and these kinds of hacks have been done in the past (as mentioned in the article), but looks like people didn't get the memo the first few times. And it's better to get a helpful guide on how to secure your printer rather than something more nefarious. 
     
    Sources
     https://cybernews.com/security/we-hacked-28000-unsecured-printers-to-raise-awareness-of-printer-security-issues/
  16. Agree
    Ajukrezi got a reaction from Parideboy in Only use public hotspots for internet   
    iam pretty sure there is a limit to how much  time etc you can spend on those WIFIs to prevent that sort of thing.
    And 200m away with higher buildings in the way is really gonna hurt you. especially since higher than 1st floor could indicate concrete buildings which really kills the signal.
    you might be able to get a signal but the thing you start the thread with is unstable, that is not gonna be better on the public version AT ALL.
     
    also if going with this solution use a VPN
  17. Agree
    Ajukrezi reacted to Light-Yagami in Is GTX 1070 still worth it in 2020 ?   
    If you already have it: yes, it's still decent (I have it, can confirm)
    As brand new: no
    As used: only if you can find it for under $250.
     
    Would I buy? No.
  18. Agree
    Ajukrezi reacted to TofuHaroto in Ryzen 3600 All-Core Boost   
    that's perfectly normal, out of the box it's 3.7/3.8 on all core so with pbo, there's 100mhz difference. 
     
    what?? 1.45 will destroy the cpu, and 1.35 will probably degrade the cpu slowly. 1.325/1.3 or below is relatively safe for zen 2.  
     
    new batches have better silicon, so im not really surprised. nothing wrong with the cpu for the most part. 
  19. Agree
    Ajukrezi reacted to artuc in Electrician training   
    What country ?
     
    The standards and legal requirements will vary by country and possibly state/territory/region also.
     
    There may be multiple pathways. Here there is pre-apprenticeships, qualifications in communications or electronics that have some credit towards an electrical apprenticeship.
     
    General knowledge is always good in both DC and AC, should be online resources that teach it, books, youtube, standards.
     
    Keep in mind that as standards vary, some knowledge can be very specific to that country, while some can be general. Like knowing about resistance and ohms law, then figuring out cable size. Whereas something like you must use say x cable size for y outlet is gonna be specific to that country to an extent but usually the underlying principles are the same, some standards just do things differently.
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    Ajukrezi got a reaction from daim2604 in RTX 2070 Super 80c gaming - Is my airflow ok?   
    your temps are fine and you GPU also ramps up and down according to temp. the only thing i am wondering is i noticed you mentioned 6 fans as intake with 1 exhaust.
    you will have positive pressure and alot of air escaping out of gaps but not optimal, if thats the case. I would suspect a typo and the AIO is exhausting through the top? if thats the case then everything is good, and you can always change the fan speed for GPU if you want it cooler.
     
     
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    Ajukrezi got a reaction from JRSC in Can M.2 SSD's temperature get high to the point that it negatively affects the overall thermal performace of the PC?   
    yeah they are build to handle it.
    but the livetime of m.2 is reduced in high temp. (over 70) but it should throttle itself if high temp.
    though very cheap "heatsink stickers" can be purchased to cool it a bit. but i would just have a bit of airflow over the disk and it should be fine.
     
     
    copy from the spec list of the drive.
    Operating Environment
    Operating Temperature 0°C (32°F) ~ 70°C (158°F)
  22. Like
    Ajukrezi got a reaction from JRSC in Can M.2 SSD's temperature get high to the point that it negatively affects the overall thermal performace of the PC?   
    ohh btw during normal gaming operations the whole throttling shouldnt be a issue, isnt a sustained load. so temps shouldnt reach 70 during normal gaming
     
  23. Informative
    Ajukrezi got a reaction from JRSC in Can M.2 SSD's temperature get high to the point that it negatively affects the overall thermal performace of the PC?   
    every electronic component will impact your thermals negatively.
    but just because it can become 70 degrees doesnt mean it dissipates much heat to the air.
    m.2 use between 200-600 miliWatt which alot of is transfered to heat. but that is next to nothing compared to CPU and GPU. (EDIT: which is in the category 100 watt give or take for cpu and gpu depending on model and OC offcourse.)
     
    the reason for its high temp is because it doesnt transfer the heat anywhere is just heating up.
  24. Agree
    Ajukrezi reacted to 5x5 in Computer suddenly shutdown while gaming   
    Check the power supply
  25. Agree
    Ajukrezi reacted to Levent in Do GPU Heatsinks get less shinier with age?   
    Non treated aluminium surfaces will oxide after a while.
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