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TetraSky

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  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 875k @3.3GHz Quad cores, up to 3.5GHz turbo boost single core.
  • Motherboard
    Asus P7P55D-e LX
  • RAM
    Crucial Ballistix Sport 8GBx2 DDR3-1600
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Radeon HD7970 GHz 3GB
  • Case
    Cooler Master HAF 912
  • Storage
    SSD : Intel 520 120GB / Kingston SSDNow V Series Gen II 64GB / Samsung 850 EVO 500GB, HDD : WD Black 640GB / WD Blue 500GB / WD My Book 3TB /
  • PSU
    Corsair TX850w
  • Display(s)
    ASUS VW266H 25.5IN / RCA TV 19"
  • Cooling
    Corsair H70
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G11
  • Mouse
    Logitech MX518
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Very much dead. The only reason it's still alive today, is for people like you who still have devices that only uses it.
  2. How to setup Ps2 on my tv ?

    You seems to be mistaking Component and Composite there? Red Green Blue(+red and white for audio) is Component, his TV is that. Yellow, White, Red is Composite, which is what his PS2 currently has. (also known as RCA or "AV") He would need a PS2 to component cable, not composite. (like this one, not saying to get that one in particular, shop around) Or a PS2 to HDMI box/dongle. (like this one, again, not saying to get that one in particular, shop around) As for Scart, not too sure what he'd do with that with his PS2 and modern TV. I mean, I don't even think I've seen that connector in the last 15 years.
  3. Not like there were any bundle worth getting in the past several months anyway. So they may as well "join force" (ie get bought), with IGN, for maybe hopefully better bundles.
  4. Has my Xbox 360 had it ?? Really Loud fan

    Sounds mostly like the fan is going to shit. Which is normal for a moving part after a couple years. The fan in the xbox isn't some high end fan from the likes of Noctua after all, so it's bound to crap out sooner rather than later.
  5. Km player don't run on win 10

    One of these two may be a good options BS.Player Free (Media Library can be opened in the Menu, it will still be open when you close/open the software) Zoom Player (Should also have the media library, but might need a plugin? I dunno) Personally, KMplayer is unusable for me on a 4k screen, it's tiny AF and I can't figure how to increase the size of the UI quickly and easily, nor do I feel like I should be looking it up on Google to fix something like this, as it shouldn't even be an issue to begin with. Honestly, if it wasn't for the "browsing" part, MPC-BE+K-lite Codec Pack would've done the job for all your needs.
  6. Km player don't run on win 10

    I went to take a look at the KM Player forum to see if they had anything on this... That forum is literal cancer(spam), I can't see a single "legit" thread in there. It's almost funny really. And I thought LTT had a slight spam problem, holy jesus... In any case, what do you look for in a Media Player? If it's just "read my media files", things like K-Lite + Media Player Classic do the job plenty fine. Or do you look for something where you can browse your library through the GUI of the app itself?
  7. Windows XP Console

    Setting up a VM is harmless to the computer, I recommend VMware Workstation Player for the ease of use, just set up an appropriate amount of RAM (2GB), enable VT-X/AMD-V(might need to enable this in the BIOS as well, unless it's enabled by default, it wasn't in my case) and a few other things and you're good to go, to install XP on it. As far as some games goes, I have also run into games that just didn't run on OSes other than XP, from missing DLL files to updated system files that are simply no longer compatible with old games that required them. 100% of the time, a WinXP VM fixed this for me. That said though, I haven't run into an issue like that for years(since the release of Win7), since I don't generally play around with old games nowadays.
  8. Google maps fail

    Honestly I don't get why Google even want/need to blur license plate (even street addresses), you can literally go outside and see them for yourself, what's the point of hiding them online.
  9. What to look for when shopping for a Microwave?

    Eh? There's stuff to look up for when shopping for a microwave? I just took the cheapest one I saw at Walmart (Some Danby branded one) and it does the job perfectly fine. It's a small 700W Microwave, perfect if you don't have a dedicated wall outlet on its own breaker for microwaves only. It's a microwave, it's not exactly cutting edge tech.
  10. That's unfortunate. I quite like Windows Phone 10. It's very intuitive for anyone who use a Windows PC. Not to mention it's not filled with bloatware that you can't remove unlike Android. (Other than Microsoft's stuff, though I realize some people would consider those bloatware) I mean come on, on an android phone, even after a factory reset, you often have multiple apps that do the exact same shit, just because the phone manufacturer wants to push their apps onto you, but the default android apps are still included, so you end up with 2 of many things, like browsers, file managers, theme managers, etc etc etc...
  11. Is this fake

    Found the ad on Alibaba, yes it's fake. It doesn't even look like a genuine HyperX Fury ram. Also it's between 5$ and $30... per unit for a 10 unit min order. Meaning it's not $30, at the cheapest it would be $50 or $300 This is a genuine HyperX Fury, straight from Kingston's website (2400MHz model, the one as on Alibaba, the 2666MHz model is different and looks like the one in the Amazon linked posted above, here's the 2400MHz model, in red, on amazon, looks identical to the picture below) look above the pins and under the heatspreader, see those neat lines of gold? Now compare that to the one you find on that Alibaba ad, they don't even remotely look the same. They are closer to silver and no where near as neatly arranged. I don't know what they are selling, but it's clearly not genuine Kingston RAM.
  12. Is this fake

    If you need to ask that question, the answer is most likely Yes. But without actually seeing the ad, we cannot say for certain, but it is likely to either be fake or a very low quality product that will work for 5 seconds before blowing in your face. It may also depend if that price is the per unit price for a bulk order of like 1000 or for a single order, because on Alibaba, many things can only be ordered in bulk.
  13. Bad Day (I'm incredibly dumb)

    GJ This is around the same level of stupidity I can be prone of sometimes. Like changing the bitlockers secure keys for my all drives and rebooting.... without actually copying the startup key on a USB drive to boot from. Result, lost EVERYTHING. (through command lines, because sometimes when I recovered with Acronis, bitlocker would break a bit and would require me to erase the existing keys on the drives and make new ones... you can't do this through the GUI) Literally took hours to partially recover from an old backup I had on a separate HDD I had removed from my PC months prior because it was slow AF. (Still working but reading speed of about 5MB/s somehow) But even there, that was mainly for my documents and pictures, all my games and media drives' data, that was gone forever. Learned my lesson from that... I no longer rely on a single random security key, I now also add a unique password to them, just in case I decide to be retarded again.
  14. Are loot boxes a form of unregulated gambling?

    Didn't bother reading the OP or watched the video. But yes, they are. No question about it. You pay for the privilege of opening a box in the hope of getting something good. If that's not gambling, I don't know what is. It's essentially this thing in the form of a box you open instead of getting a random ball coming out associated to a prize.
  15. Could an alternator be used to power a PC?

    If the computer has a Power Supply, it should be able to take the AC power that the Alternator generates, to power the PC, the same way it would if you'd plug it into a wall socket. If the computer doesn't have a Power Supply, you're just gonna fry everything since a computer use DC and a PSU's role is to convert that AC to DC. Meaning you'd also require a converter. This is what I got from reading the other comments, without the condescending opinions in them. There's no such thing as a stupid question.
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