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ImNotThere

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    ImNotThere reacted to AbydosOne in Thunderbolt 3 question   
    Yes and yes.
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    ImNotThere got a reaction from BTGbullseye in GPU still run >80 degrees with 3 intake and 3 exhaust fans   
    80 c is 20 below thermal max for your gpu, dont worry about it, if it gets up to 90, thats an issue
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    ImNotThere got a reaction from Tundral in GPU still run >80 degrees with 3 intake and 3 exhaust fans   
    80 c is 20 below thermal max for your gpu, dont worry about it, if it gets up to 90, thats an issue
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    ImNotThere reacted to Rohith_Kumar_Sp in Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge stop receiving updates four years after launch   
    and that's related to this post how? that phone was EOL the year it came.
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    ImNotThere reacted to Sauron in Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge stop receiving updates four years after launch   
    4 years + crucial security patches for a few more is actually above average support.
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    ImNotThere got a reaction from itsukarenka in Newly Built PC Stopped POSTing After RAM OC/CMOS   
    try rebooting with 1 stick, i doubt you have broke any components 
  7. Informative
    ImNotThere got a reaction from Chris V in Laptop replacement, sth like 2in1 Razer blade?   
    Personally what I would do in your scenario is split the budget between a desktop with more horsepower and a cheaper 2 in 1 with a pen, this then meets your productivity needs for the laptop and also the functionality of the desktop
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    ImNotThere reacted to Lord Vile in Laptop replacement, sth like 2in1 Razer blade?   
    If it'd just for notes a tablet could be in the mix. The surface go I believe works with their pen and the cheapest iPad works with the pencil. 
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    ImNotThere got a reaction from Mephi00 in Wall PC/ test bench style PC   
    include screenshots of the model, as the saying goes "no pics no clicks"
     
    Whenever i hear people talking about "open air cases" my first question is always why?
    How many times will you ACTUALLY pull the motherboard out to swap it with another?
     
    but if you really do need this, just invest in an actual test bench or an open air case.
     
    if you NEED to d.i.y. long screws with a nut glued/welded in place with washers on top would support the mobo and just include longer screws to make sure the GPU is steady to simulate screwing into brackets on a case.
  10. Funny
    ImNotThere got a reaction from SlimyPython in (update: announced) Glimpse of the next W20 phone - New Samsung Galaxy Z flip details   
    the z flip gives me the same vibes as the new motorola razr and to a lesser extent the energizer phone, the hype will be huge, the company(ies) will put huge investment into it and then 4% of their customers will buy them.
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    ImNotThere got a reaction from TechyBen in (update: announced) Glimpse of the next W20 phone - New Samsung Galaxy Z flip details   
    the z flip gives me the same vibes as the new motorola razr and to a lesser extent the energizer phone, the hype will be huge, the company(ies) will put huge investment into it and then 4% of their customers will buy them.
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    ImNotThere reacted to jj9987 in add 2nd nvme ssd and convert existing setup to raid 0?   
    This.
     
    Plus RAID 0 is quite fragile - you lose one drive, you lose all the data.
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    ImNotThere got a reaction from mrifan1995 in RAM speed for Ryzen 5 3600 enough or not?   
    You'll see improvements with higher ram speeds, I dont have the figures but all it takes is a quick search on YouTube, "Ryzen 3000 series ram speeds"
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    ImNotThere got a reaction from D8NzZ in Possibly the need to upgrade my i7-7700   
    What type of encoding do you utilise when streaming? What bitrate are you attempting?
     
    If you're using x264 try playing siege in 1440p /higher graphic settings as this will offload the gameplay to the gpu
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    ImNotThere reacted to RejZoR in Borderlands 3 will be exclusively on the Epic store for the first 6 months   
    I've made a resolution. I'm not buying ANY games from Epic Store, especially not those that are exclusives. It doesn't matter what it is or how big of a fan I am of those series. I'm not gonna support bullshit business practices. I despise them so much I doubt I'd even buy Unreal branded game if they released one now. And I used to be a huge fan of the game and its engine for years and years.
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    ImNotThere got a reaction from LukeSavenije in Any recommendation about build   
    personally think he's just clicked all the parts he wants without thinking about it lol
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    ImNotThere got a reaction from nox_ in I just saw something that is kinda a scam if you dont use some of the features (Not Anymore)   
    or the 1660ti, im just allowing for expandability in case op ever wants 1440p (as implied by the desire for the 2080)
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    ImNotThere got a reaction from LordFarto in Any recommendation about build   
    @LordFarto
    This build would be more balanced (assuming you haven't bought the 1070ti yet (that would make the build you posted over 2k, whereas this build is cheaper than your build w/o gpu included and gets you the rtx 2070)
     
     
    PCPartPicker part list: https://be.pcpartpicker.com/list/7KHx3b
    Price breakdown by merchant: https://be.pcpartpicker.com/list/7KHx3b/by_merchant/
    CPU: AMD - Ryzen 5 2600X 3.6 GHz 6-Core Processor  (€211.85 @ Alternate Belgium) 
    CPU Cooler: NZXT - Kraken X42 Rev 2 98.17 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler  (€124.90 @ Paradigit) 
    Motherboard: Asus - ROG STRIX B450-F GAMING ATX AM4 Motherboard  (€141.99 @ Paradigit) 
    Memory: G.Skill - Trident Z RGB 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 Memory  (€149.85 @ Alternate Belgium) 
    Storage: Kingston - A400 480 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive  (€64.85 @ Alternate Belgium) 
    Storage: Toshiba - 2 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive  (€70.95 @ Bytes At Work) 
    Video Card: Gigabyte - GeForce RTX 2070 8 GB WINDFORCE Video Card  (€560.95 @ Alternate Belgium) 
    Case: Cooler Master - MasterCase H500 ATX Mid Tower Case  (€104.85 @ Alternate Belgium) 
    Power Supply: Corsair - RMx (2018) 650 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply  (€109.00 @ Paradigit) 
    Total: €1539.19
    Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
    Generated by PCPartPicker 2019-03-25 10:34 CET+0100
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    ImNotThere got a reaction from Spotty in I just saw something that is kinda a scam if you dont use some of the features (Not Anymore)   
    or the 1660ti, im just allowing for expandability in case op ever wants 1440p (as implied by the desire for the 2080)
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    ImNotThere got a reaction from LordFarto in Any recommendation about build   
    do you really need nvme? (probably not) do you really need the 9900k or could you step down to a cheaper cpu? As it stands you are paying more for your CPU than you will for your GPU, you generally dont need to buy extra fans, especially as you have an aio anyways......
     
    TL:DR
    your system will be WILDLY unbalanced
    as a computer science student, you dont need this much for the occasional game and coding, from experience you wont really have time to play that often therefore you should probably spend about half on the computer
  21. Funny
    ImNotThere reacted to Oalei in I just saw something that is kinda a scam if you dont use some of the features (Not Anymore)   
    its just reccomended build from the store. so im kinda baffled by it. is this the ability of the store or the one who's buying it
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    ImNotThere reacted to Spotty in I just saw something that is kinda a scam if you dont use some of the features (Not Anymore)   
    What?
    You're pissed off that it has a SSD and you would rather it only has a HDD for a boot drive?
     
    What country? I just put the list of parts (or closest substitutes) in to PCPP (Germany) and got a total of just under 1600 Euro (currency converts to roughly 1800 USD). Considering it comes pre-built and including a copy of Windows, sounds like a pretty decent price for what you're getting.
     
    Okay? Then don't buy it. Build something better yourself.
     
    I still don't see how this is a scam?
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    ImNotThere got a reaction from Oalei in I just saw something that is kinda a scam if you dont use some of the features (Not Anymore)   
    all it is is that NVME is a great marketing word so people think its better, other than that though the build looks kinda nice especially as it includes a monitor
  24. Agree
    ImNotThere got a reaction from nox_ in I just saw something that is kinda a scam if you dont use some of the features (Not Anymore)   
    all it is is that NVME is a great marketing word so people think its better, other than that though the build looks kinda nice especially as it includes a monitor
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    ImNotThere got a reaction from LukeSavenije in Any recommendation about build   
    do you really need nvme? (probably not) do you really need the 9900k or could you step down to a cheaper cpu? As it stands you are paying more for your CPU than you will for your GPU, you generally dont need to buy extra fans, especially as you have an aio anyways......
     
    TL:DR
    your system will be WILDLY unbalanced
    as a computer science student, you dont need this much for the occasional game and coding, from experience you wont really have time to play that often therefore you should probably spend about half on the computer
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