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About Mnky313

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  • Location
    East Coast USA
  • Interests
    Android Modding/Rooting, Gaming, Overclocking & SFF PCs.


  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2600 (@ 3.8GHz)
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450i Gaming Plus AC
  • RAM
    16GB (2x8gb) DDR4 @ 3200MHz
  • GPU
    Reference RX Vega 64
  • Case
    Uhhh, Acer Aspire X1420g?
  • Storage
    256GB Samsung PM951 NVMe + 2TB WD Black
  • PSU
    Uhhh, HSTNS-PL22B 750W Server PSU + Generic 160W Pico PSU
  • Display(s)
    ASUS VG248QE 24", 2x Dell SE2417HGR 24"
  • Cooling
    Noctua L9a AM4
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 LUX RGB
  • Mouse
    Logitech G300S
  • Sound
    Included Motherboard Audio
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Professional (Modified)/Manjaro Linux)
  • Laptop
    Dell Precision M6700 (With some mods/eGPU)

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  1. Yeah, most games won't see that much of an increase with the 2600 compared to the 2200g, maybe 10-15 FPS at most and for a little over half the price I think that's a better deal. Gap should be even less if you overclock the 2200g a bit.
  2. How much is the 2600 in Greece? And what GPU are you planning on using, something like a 1050 Ti won't see that much of a difference in games but faster GPUs might.
  3. I have an S5 with a AOSP 9.0 based ROM (I think it's Resurrection Remix) as a car media player and it seems to run fine. Be sure to get the G9XXF models of older samsung phones if you want ROMs/LineageOS because of unlocked bootloaders, (there are other models like the korean G9XXN as well)
  4. You only need to update the BIOS for B450 if you are using Ryzen 3000 series, for the 2700x you won't need to.
  5. I have a KVM switch from the early 2000s (don't know exactly, got it from work because they were throwing it out), I have a Windows 98 PC from around that time (it's a Pentium III card based system). My car is also that time (2000 model year).
  6. Cool, I really wanted to use Windows 7 but because of weird issues with my eGPU I had to run something newer. I tried to use Windows 9 but the windows 8 UI is awful so I decided to try and make my own modded windows '9' style thing out of LTSB and a lot of the work was already done (LTSB doesn't have the 'Metro' UI apps or the windows store/tons of bloatware and doesn't get 'feature' updates that add all the bloatware back every month or so.)
  7. the desktop isn't, the laptop is plugged into a passthrough port (not conencted to battery, i'm just using it as a surge protector)
  8. if I mute the laptop I can still hear the static... I turned down the desktop and it is much better, so I guess I'll just do that. Is there a way to turn the audio higher than 100% on windows?
  9. 3, it's a thicc boi (it's a 240W PSU that uses the full desktop style plug) Everything uses 3 prongs (desktop, laptop, power strip)
  10. reviving this post, lol. I tried connecting the laptop to the same powerstrip as the desktop (laptop is usually plugged into UPS passthrough), no difference... Let me update on the situation: Laptop ---> Desktop ---> headphones = bearable static Desktop ---> Laptop ---> headphones = awful unbearable static, can't hear anything because it gets overpowered by interference. Laptop ---> Monitor ---> headphones = much less noticeable static, only there when moving stuff on monitor but still annoying when scrolling or playing games, etc. Desktop ------/\ (via displayport audio) Laptop ---> headphones = completely fine Desktop ---> headphones = completely fine tried ferrite cores on a bunch of different cables including power and audio, no difference. It has to have something to do with the desktop because I can hear the coil whine from the GPU in the desktop on my headphones BUT only when connected to the laptop as well, if I plug headphones directly into the desktop it is fine
  11. have you tried running memtest? could be a memory issue. try installing with only 1 stick of RAM in, if it doesn't work exchange that 1 for a different one in your group of 4.
  12. So, I added all my mods to a zip fle if anyone wants to try and replicate this. I might convert it to an ISO image to be installed normally but for now just: Install all the programs in the main directory, classicshell folder, and shutup10 folder. Copy and merge the Windows folder with your windows folder (it will not be able to replace some dlls, so skip those for now), run 'sudo cmd' as admin and you should get a trustedinstaller command prompt window, use cmd to copy the windows folder again (it should be able to replace dlls now). Once that is done go ahead and run all the reg files (the personalize one NEEDS to be ran as trustedinstaller so make sure the use sudo to do that.). there are some manual changes in the readme but I believe that is all. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1fAF2SmUJFD7FlxDvuX-TA62tRpDR36bB
  13. So, after troubleshooting for several hours I settled on using Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB (2019). I am modding it to look and feel like Windows 7 but with all the improvements from Windows 10, I am doing most of the 'Windows 9.5' mods that were posted on the forum with several other tweaks, I am still VERY MUCH not anywhere near done but I figured I would post here if anyone wants to suggest something like a useful utility or a setting/registry thing to change though I am trying to not end up in a situation like Hirens Boot CD 2 (there are WAY too many redundant apps). I have modded ISO images before (I made a Lite ISO with barely anything in it for my poor HP tablet with an Atom and 2GB of RAM), but im currently modding my install though if people are interested or if I'm bored I will make an installable ISO like Windows 9 This is a list of things I added (which will grow probably several times a day until it's done): O&O Shutup10 UltraUX Theme Patcher Windows 7 Theme (Aero Square) ClassicShell (WIN7LIKE theme) Taskbar Image/Start Icon 7+TT extend Show Desktop Replace Personalize with classic Change 'Display Settings' to 'Screen Resolution' OldNew Explorer (Everything Except Use Libraries) Restore old Volume Mixer Nsudo with script for typing 'Sudo %Program_Name%' to run as TrustedInstaller GnuWin32 Sysinternal Suite Path variables for Commands and gnuwin32 bin paint.net Modded basebrd.dll & basebrd.dll.mui for logo/version ID (can't get shellbrd.dll to work) add new vbs and bat to context menu, remove useless crap like contact and RTF files Windows 7 sounds Replace Notepad COMPLETELY with Notepad++ (and remove 'edit in np++', it's redundent because edit opens np++) Remove the GOD DAMN PRINT BUTTON FROM FILES LIKE BAT, WHO THE FUCK PRINTS A BAT FILE! include resource hacker Entire NirSoft Library Default Program Editor (run defaultprogrameditor to access) used to change icons to default NOT program icon. removed context menu options like 'pin to start, scan with windows defender, pin to quick access' removed '3D objects' library add new PNG image to context menu and some screenshots of what I have done so far: (Aeroglass causes MAJOR lag, so until I can figure that out, no Aero.)
  14. I don't think there is a way to do this with teamviewer, but you might be able to use VNC but that is a paid server app on android, if you can find a free VNC sever app for android you can go ahead and try that. It still uses WiFi but it has been much faster and more stable than Teamviewer