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About TheLaserCucumber

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  • Birthday September 9


  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 6700K @ 4.5GHz
  • Motherboard
    AsRock Fatal1ty Z270 Gaming K6
  • RAM
    16GB Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4-2400/CL16 (OC to 2666 CL15)
  • GPU
    Nvidia Geforce GTX 1070 FE
  • Case
    Fractal Define R5
  • Storage
    Samsung 960 Evo 500GB, 2TB Seagate Firecuda SSHD
  • PSU
    Be Quiet! Straight Power E10 600W CM
  • Display(s)
    LG 29UM65-p (29" 1080p ultrawide), LG Flatron E2342 (23", 1080p)
  • Cooling
    CM Hyper 212X
  • Keyboard
    Logitech K520
  • Mouse
    I don't know. Probably an HP Mouse that came withPC from them :D
  • Sound
    HyperX Cloud II
  • Operating System
    Win10 Pro 64bit

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    Düsseldorf (probably nobody knows where it is :D )
  • Biography
    I would say, i'm a cucumber that shoots with lasers.
  • Occupation
    Temporary help in an IT Company

Contact Methods

  • Skype
    I really do prefer Teamspeak
  • Steam
    Microsoft Windows 10
  • PlayStation
    MATTHIMUH (inactive tho)

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  1. Haywire touchscreen 'broke; laptop

    Can you disable it in the BIOS?
  2. Transit

    The 2 lines passing me, here in düsseldorf, germany, both go every 20 minutes mondays to fridays from 6 to 20h. Theres a 3rd and a 4th too, but the 3rd only goes like 5 times a day and the 4th is a "NachtExpress". It goes from 1 to 5 in the morning, once an hour.
  3. Transit

    Yeah, the S-Bahn is operated by DB. It is the German rail company. They are always late... Your train is supposed to come in 10 minutes and it goes every 20 according to schedule? Get ready to sit there for 30 minutes. If you’re lucky, one will make its way to you in this time.
  4. Transit

    It‘s really different here, but I still prefer transit. Did you ever hear of the „Deutsche Bahn“ or DB for short?
  5. Transit

    And that right there, is why we have higher pollution rates than we should have, and why there are traffic jams literally everywhere... (On the entire world, not related just to america. But they are especially good at this)
  6. Lenovo IdeaPad 320s

    Thank you, nice to hear that! You can indeed stress it. Without stressing the MX150 too, it is around 75°C and is boosting to 2.3 - 2.4GHz on all 4 cores. With the MX150, the temps rise a bit, but not by much. Maybe 5 - 10°C. The boost clock still is 2.3 - 2.4GHz. I tried this, but windows said "No compatible drivers found for your device" even though I downloaded and extracted them...
  7. Lenovo IdeaPad 320s

    Hi, I want to review my new Ideapad 320s from Lenovo today. 1. Specs CPU: Core i5-8250U (configured with TDPup to 25W, 4 cores/8 threads) RAM: 8GB DDR4-2400 (soldered) Storage: 500GB Samsung PM961 (basically a 960 Evo for OEMs) Display: 13.3" 1080p IPS GFX: Intel UHD 620 / Geforce MX150 2. Ports Left: Power in, USB 3.0 Type A, Headphone/Microphone combo Jack Right: Full size HDMI, USB 3.0 Type A, USB 3.0 Type C, Micro SD card slot, reset switch 3. Exterior, speakers etc. -> Speakers The speakers are (sadly) located on the bottom of the machine, in the front. They don't really sound that well, even if you just want to watch youtube you probably should use either a bluetooth or Aux speaker or just headphones. (You can see the speaker grills on the pictures for the ports.) -> Keyboard The white backlit keyboard is (in my opinion) really nice. It's not mushy, it is clearly defined. 10/10 for the keyboard! -> Trackpad The trackpad though, is another story. It really doesn't like 2 finger operations, which makes moving windows etc. kinda hard. It doesn't use windows precision, ELAN or sinaptics drivers, it uses standard plain old windows drivers. It uses windows precision drivers. The gestures are OK. Lenovo could really have done a better job here, especially with the 2 finger operations. -> Exterior The backside of the lid and the bottom are made out of aluminum, the inside is plastic. The plastic feels kinda cheap, but oh well. The lid: the bottom: 4. Battery and performance -> Battery: It is powered by a 36Wh battery. According to Lenovo, it should last about 5 to 6 hours. In my testing with browsing and writing in documents, it was closer to 4. -> Performance: Here comes the interesting part! The CPU gets 507cb in Cinebench R15 multicore. In GTA V, 1080p normal to high settings, it gets 45FPS on average. Further testing will be added. In GTA the MX150 never got warmer than 64°C, and the CPU never exceeded 76°C. It is not quiet, but I wouldn't say that it is loud. In idle the CPU hovers around 50°C, and the device is quiet. The fan isn't turned off, but it isn't easy to hear. The MX150 is, thanks to Nvidia Optimus, disabled. The UHD 620 takes over the display here. 5. Pricing and models There is a 14" and a 13" version, only the 13" one has 8th Gen CPUs and the MX150. The cheapest 13" one includes an i3-7100U, 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD. It costs 600€. If you want the MX150, you have to get the one with the i5-8250U, 8GB of RAM and the 500GB SSD for 999€. There is also a model with an i7-8550U, but it lacks the MX150. It also costs 999€. I will add some more later, but this has to do it for now. The battery of it is almost empty Extra Here's the bottom with the cover taken off: I've finally gotten myself to do it, I was a bit hesitant to do it first
  8. My IdeaPad 320S arrived today :D

  9. Transit

    That is not possible with us, because the Rheinbahn is a private company, it is as interested in making profit as any other company is...
  10. Transit

    I have a ticket that is only for students, it's called a "SchokoTicket". I pay 35€ a month, for that I can travel almost through the whole of North-Rhine-Westphalia. I can travel as much as I want, no per stop or per kilometer fare.
  11. Transit

    Wow, seemingly we are way ahead of the game. We had these 1 row displays many years ago, busses with the first generation of the monitors came in 2005.
  12. Transit

    Do your Busses and/or trains also have displays like this? This is how it looks inside one of the B80 trains. It displays the next 5 stops on the left and (idk if this is the right word) interchange to other lines on the right. In the top left corner is the line and the last stop. The newest VDL Vehicles also have these. The older busses have other ones that aren’t as wide as these ones. The old GT8SU trains have none. EDIT: Here‘s a picture of the newer ones in the busses from 2012 or newer.
  13. German Talk

    Ich hab gestern 54,2mb/s geschafft, aber nur auf die SSD. Die Firecuda ist da zu langsam für
  14. German Talk

    Grade das Unitymedia upgrade von 120 auf 400mbit/s bekommen In echt kommen down sogar 430 durch
  15. Transit

    This one looks like an old Neoplan from the side. Here you can see one.