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Everything posted by Pasi123

  1. You can't overclock it. You could get a big higher clocked Xeon's like X5482 @ 3.2GHz, but that's not worth it unless you can get then for really cheap.
  2. My bag: - Trash - Power bank - Some cables - Sometimes my Dell Latitude E6430 - Sometimes charger for my E6430 On person: - Few phones - Motorola Moto 360 1st Gen. - A lot of money (9.50€) - Headphones
  3. The Xeon E5-1620 is almost identical to an i7-3820. They are a bit faster than an i7-2600K.
  4. GALAX is a known brand. Galax (previously GalaxyTech) was founded in 1994. https://www.nvidia.com/object/IO_76408.html http://www.galax.com/en/about-us
  5. I never was a console gamer. I got my first PC for free back in 2006, it was a gaming system from 1998. I still use the same PC to play some older games. Specs:
  6. Since when you're not allowed to use non-Huawei-certified launcher? I've used Nova launcher on Huawei (Honor) phones for years. In my opinion EMUI isn't as bad as people say it is. I've never had any laggy animations etc. and IMO the UI isn't ugly. I'm not really a fan of the stock launcher which is why I use Nova Launcher.
  7. You mean the camera-bump? Galaxy S10 camera sensor is the same size as on Pixel 3. Huawei P30 has a lot bigger sensor.
  8. For Win10 you will definitely need an SSD and 4GB RAM
  9. Not even DaVinci Resolve which is literally used in Hollywood? Some people doesn't like Windows or have some other reason not to use it, but some of them still want to use some Windows programs.
  10. What are your servers running? I don't know much about music as I've never used anything else than Audacity, but I know there is a few programs for music production. For pictures there is GIMP which in my opinions is good but if you need you can always run Photoshop with Wine. And for videos there is for example Kdenlive, Cinelerra or even DaVinci Resolve.
  11. Do you really think the Linux kernel is insecure and not stable? If that was true, why would almost all servers run Linux and not Windows? Even Microsoft has some Linux servers. And what software's have awful quality? There is a lot of good software for Linux. And IMO calling the community childish is childish. I've personally used Xubuntu since 2008.
  12. I would get the Super Slim one. I have a PS3 Super Slim 500GB and I've never had any problems with it.
  13. Most motherboards with the old 975X chipset only supports up to 1066MHz FSB and doesn't support newer than Core2 Quad Q6xxx series. But some does support newer ones, but you definitely need the latest bios version. For your motherboard I don't see any Q9xxx CPU's (or anything else with 1333MHz FSB) listed on supported CPU's list. https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000006549/boards-and-kits/desktop-boards.html
  14. If it has two slots, get 2x8GB. Dual channel makes a big difference in many things. Many cheaper laptops have soldered memory and one free slot. If your laptop is one of those, get a 8GB stick and you can get it to 12GB.
  15. Haven't you asked the same question many times already? I would use the X5670 because it has more cores and it's 32nm instead of 45nm so it runs a lot cooler. And the clockspeed difference is really small and on some benchmarks the X5670 beats the W3565 even in single core. W3565 - 3.2GHz and 3.46GHz turbo X5670 - 2.93GHz and 3.33GHz turbo
  16. So you haven't bought the drive yet? I wouldn't pay more than 10€ for it. It's been running 24/7 for 5 years and that's a lot.
  17. That's a really small picture, but does it have 42000 hours and power on count 80? That would mean it was used on a server. 42k hours is close to 5 years.
  18. 2GB RAM is enough for many Linux distros, but that 900MHz CPU is really slow. It should be able to run AntiX just fine, but it's not the easiest to use. Lubuntu might work on it as it has 2GB RAM. For Xubuntu the CPU is most likely too slow. Edit: The EeePC 900A seems to have an Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz. My Compaq Mini 110c has the same CPU and 2GB RAM and it can run Xubuntu just fine, but I'd recommend using Lubuntu.
  19. LG G3 (and most other flagships from 2014) have Android 6.0 which still supports almost all apps on Google Play store so you can get the latest version of Chrome etc.
  20. Yeah, it's usable as a normal phone with outdated web browser and some other old apps. But it's nowhere near up to date. There is Whited00r for iPhone 2G, 3G, iPod touch 1G and 2G. But it's pretty slow and unstable. It also had an app store which was called AppTimeMachine, it had old versions of apps that were compatible with the old iOS but it doesn't exist anymore. http://www.whited00r.com/about?lang=en
  21. You have a nice profile picture

  22. It could run it just fine if you had an SSD. Windows 10 literally hates normal hard drives and your hard drive is probably pretty old so it's probably a lot slower than modern hard drives. Windows 7 works just fine on normal hard drives. I've used i7-4770 PC's with 16GB RAM, HDD and Win10 and they were a lot slower for basic things than an old Core2 Duo E8400 system with Windows 7.