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About CrazyMatt

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  • CPU
  • Motherboard
    Gigabytes GA-Z97-HD3
  • RAM
    16 GB
  • GPU
    Nvidia GeForce 760
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide Spec-01
  • Storage
    5.75 TB
  • PSU
    EVGA NEX650G
  • Cooling
    Many Fans
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 / Apache

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  1. Gigabyte Z97-HD3 https://pcpartpicker.com/product/KTdqqs/gigabyte-motherboard-gaz97hd3
  2. I remember trying that a long time ago and remember giving up because my MB began just running everything at 100% either because it was being buggy (or more likely because I was messing it up..!) but didn't really care because it wasn't really in a place where that mattered to me. I can't restart my computer at the moment but when I get the chance I will look up some tutorials later for adjusting fan speed. Even then though I've had to move my computer in to my room and sometimes it has to be left on overnight, but I still want to get the most quiet experience withing a reasonable budget, and I'm willing to spend a little bit on it.
  3. Stock Hyper 212 Evo fan on the cooler, stock Corsair fans on the back, and two Corsair SP120 High Performance Edition given as a gift. Clearly not too much thought was given into cooling. As for specs, i7-4770 with a GTX 760 (which I will upgrade soon), and three hard drives.
  4. Hi, I haven't really changed the insides of my computer for quite a few years now and frankly am just waiting for a dramatic enough increase in price-to-performance for CPU to justify ditching my i7-4770 and 16 gigs of DDR3 (I know, it's archaic, but it gets the job done). In the meantime however, I've gotten increasingly annoyed by the loud sound of my computer's fans, and I've been wondering what the best modern fans are for performance and quietness. My config is two 120mm fans on the front, one 120mm on the heat sink, and one 120mm on the back. Right now I'm looking a lot at the Noctua NF-F12, but is there anything better I can get today? My budget at most is about $25 per fan.
  5. If you want to do just a teensy bit of programming, you can use AutoIt. #include <AutoItConstants.au3> Local $running = true Do MouseClick($MOUSE_CLICK_LEFT, 25, 25) Sleep(3000) MouseClick($MOUSE_CLICK_LEFT, 50, 50) Sleep(1000) Until $running = false
  6. I'm gonna say VB.NET. It's all about preference, though.
  7. I just want to point out for future reference, don't use double quotes inside of attributes. A web browser will see <h1 style="color: red; font-family: "Courier";"> See List of Radio Streams Below.</h1> as <h1> having two attributes: style, and Courier. Replace the Courier's double quotes with single quotes, so it looks like: <h1 style="color: red; font-family: 'Courier';"> See List of Radio Streams Below.</h1> That way the browser will know you are not trying to end the style attribute.
  8. If you are trying to use two rules for a heading, instead of what you have, use <html> <body> <h1 style="color: red; font-family: courier;">See List of Radio Streams Below.</h1> </body> </html> If you mean something else, elaborate
  9. My top three: Brackets, Notepad ++, Visual Studio
  10. HTML things are allowed, right? Source: https://github.com/CrazyMatt/RandomColors/blob/master/RandomColors.html Page: http://crazymatt.net/RandomColors.html This is a brainstorming app that gives you random colors and their hex values. Very useful in web development.
  11. Like others have said, MalwareBytes is a great anti-malware. In addition, I would like to point out that it is a great idea to scan anything you download with VirsusTotal before you run it. Just do something.