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Alaradia

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About Alaradia

  • Title
    just raw dog it

System

  • CPU
    3770k i7
  • Motherboard
    sabertooth z77
  • RAM
    32 gigs of grab bag ram ddr3
  • GPU
    gtx 1080
  • Storage
    250 gig ssd 3tb hdd
  • PSU
    corsair 850w
  • Display(s)
    3x 1920x1080
  • Cooling
    hyper 212 evo
  • Keyboard
    black widow
  • Mouse
    razer naga
  • Sound
    can tied to sound card

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  1. Thoose are pretty awesome thell work good for the small cables. I'm guessing there isn't a version for computer power cables thoose tend to be my biggest issue. I'd personally prefer if there was some sort of straight cable hanger instead of having to bundle the bigger ones since I tend to have to grab for them alot and then put them back again
  2. I have alot of unused power cables Ethernet HDMI micro USB and more cables. I was wondering if any one knew of good wire storage hanger or some way of storing them so they are easily grabable and don't take up to much space currently I'm just hanging some on screws but a better option would be perffered (sorry if this is wrong fourm section)
  3. Im down though we should probly host it on the lan im guessing the dedicated host handmeat mentioned is in a seperate datacenter and not being brought to the lan ill have 2 laptops so ill be able to host if needed. but if some one has a really beefy desktop system it may be better for them to run it
  4. it is light so it does tend to run faster but the issue is game compatibility if you want to play modern and new games like apex legends don't expect to or any other new games its fine if the games you play are native to linux but trying to game on linux raises the difficulty a lot unless you just use steam proton 2 productivity tasks if by editing you mean video editing you'll have to learn kaiden live and you can use adobe on it since there's no linux adobe 3. linux shines in daily use as long as by daily use you mean web browsing it works on most websites perfectly fine though you can have some drm or flash issues but for stuff like youtube and general surfing its great and light its safer than windows as long as you don't do anything that makes it less secure like having a ssh with a password that has no firewall between you and the internet it is better for privacy depending on the distro its different levels of better but most of them you can disable telemetry and auto updates. id recomend not making your own linux distro if your interested take a look at http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/ but id recommend you get used to linux first on something like mint ubuntu or elementary os. then if you want you can make a vm and test out arch and then once your comfortable with then you can try gentoo. gentoo your essentially building the kernel and the os configuring al all the partitions manually and picking system components the issue is its a really deep learning curve i've lost literal months of time just working on my gentoo install. but yeah distros are better since they handle the repos and the updates and security patches either way good luck with linux
  5. the motherboard should've come with 2 black pieces that were screwed into those holes that are now empty
  6. Oh i see the issue did you have another cooler on that before your mother board seems to be missing the bracket that comes with the motherboard
  7. do you have any part that looks like wrong manual
  8. can you take a picture of both sides of the instruction manual
  9. looks like a am4 if you read the compatibility list the one i could find lists Intel 115x, Intel 2011/2066, AMD AM3/AM2 but not am4 always check that the cooler your getting is compatible with your socket you may be a able to order a bracket it for it
  10. pretty much all of the 3000 dollar ultimate gaming pcs can overclock very well since they are all high end components usually. as for overclocking there's dozens of guides for overclocking all of the place though the issue with doing a guide on a specific build is not every one understands that your components even if its the same model will overclock differently. so its better for them to just make a seperate overclocking video
  11. not sure where you are but where i live ive tested both and every time the taxi is twice the cost or 4x in the case of using uber pool or uber express pool. the cars also tend to be pretty tattered.
  12. if your interested in taking a look at it you could use glasswire or wireshark to take a look at the network traffic
  13. mabye the game spams to many connections and maxs out your tcp connections then and you cant realy fix that unless you have a commercial / industrail router grade router
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