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About NoobsWeStand

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  • Birthday 1996-04-21

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  • CPU
    i5 4690k 4.4ghz
  • Motherboard
  • RAM
    16gigs 1600
  • GPU
  • Case
    A really big potato
  • Storage
    500gb+1tb hard drive
  • PSU
  • Display(s)
    ASUS PB278Q
  • Cooling
    Hyper Evo 212+
  • Keyboard
    A bunch of potatoes lined up to form the alphabet
  • Mouse
    A potato sized to fit the human hand
  • Sound
    potatos strapped to my head
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. NoobsWeStand

    NOW is the iPad Pro a Computer?

    All I have to say about this video is: he he p p
  2. NoobsWeStand

    [SPOILERS] Avenger: Endgame discussion

    Great movie. My only problem was the math jargon that iron Man spat out when he was calculating if the time travel thing would work. Isn't an inverted mobius strip just itself?
  3. NoobsWeStand

    Laptop VR ready

    Hello, After reading up online, I have discovered that my aging 1050ti laptop cannot support the Oculus rift because of nvidia optimus and that the intel graphics and nvidia graphics share the hdmi port. I am looking for a new laptop that could do VR(specifically the oculus), but I am not sure that any laptop with a 1060 could do it (because of the nvidia optimus thing) My budget is around $1000-$1500
  4. I can't wait for the characters to appear in poorly made TF2 SFM mashups
  5. NoobsWeStand

    Inspiron 15 1700 GPU/Screen Issues

    Hello I recently bought the Inspiron 15 1700. I put in an extra 8gb of ram, and a 2tb hard drive Yesterday, I installed the new nvidia drivers (388.13) and whenever I put my computer to sleep, and woke it up again there would be a random assortment of pixels, and a pixellated block that was my mouse If that doesn't make sense, here is a video, and a picture: https://www.dropbox.com/s/93zcv6widicsdkj/IMG_20171101_144421.jpg?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/ybt34552rhnn6h1/VID_20171101_144448.mp4?dl=0 The computer seems fine - I can log in and even restart/sleep/shutdown my computer with some mouse guess work Putting it to sleep and waking it up again does not help either The computer has never done this before. So I tried downgrading to 388.00, and got the same results. I just tried 387.92 and same results. I am not sure what driver I was on before I upgraded Any suggestions? Edit: I fixed it. Contacted Dell support, and updated my bios. That has seemed to have fixed all my problems
  6. Hello! I searched all over, and could not find any replacement fans for the Gigabyte P35K Currently, the fans are making a grinding noise, and there are no clear screws to take them apart, so we cannot clean them and lubricate I was wondering if there was somewhere where I could order them online -Thanks
  7. NoobsWeStand

    MS Paint does 3D, and it is awesome

    now all they have to do is redo movie maker
  8. NoobsWeStand

    Laptop display issues

    Sorry. Forgot to preview the post to make sure everything worked It should be fixed now
  9. NoobsWeStand

    Laptop display issues

    So my friend bought a cheap computer off of ebay It is currently suffering from some screen issues I tried updating the graphics drivers, but that had no impact I think it has to do with the graphics in the apu. Although, when I plug it into another monitor, it displays the image normally on that monitor Maybe the screen is just bad? I am not entirely sure
  10. but why? I never use it anyways. Opening a new tab and googling my question is faster anyways
  11. NoobsWeStand

    AMD Polaris Giveaway

    I would upgrade my 7970, and finally be able to play overwatch at 1440p at 60fps
  12. NoobsWeStand

    Post the funniest videos you can find on Youtube

    WARNING: nsfw, may be offensive
  13. as an american I can't trust the USA
  14. I think it is life time of the author + 70 years