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mankeez

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About mankeez

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday August 4

Contact Methods

  • Discord
    m3m3_gang
  • Steam
    mankeezTech
  • Origin
    playfromspain26
  • Twitter
    https://twitter.com/mankeezTech

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    North Spain
  • Interests
    Tech, Videogames, Software, Hardware, LTT :P
  • Biography
    Teching from Spain since who knows when. I watch LTT, TQ, CSF, BulletBarry, Electroboom and a few others. Looking forward to start my tech company some day (totally) but for now I'm ok.
  • Occupation
    System Builder

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 7700K
  • Motherboard
    Asus Strix Z270F Gaming
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance 16GB DDR4 3600Mhz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Aorus Rev 2
  • Case
    NZXT Noctis 450 ROG
  • Storage
    512GB WD Black M.2 SSD and 4TB Seagate Barracuda
  • PSU
    Corsair RM750x 80 Plus Gold Modular
  • Display(s)
    Cheapo Philips 244E
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken X62 Rev 2
  • Keyboard
    Logitech K120 (I know I know)
  • Mouse
    Generic HP Wired Mouse
  • Sound
    Cheapo Trust GT10
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. I forgot to add it happenee while it was on, it remained on for ~2 min and then i shut it off but in that time everything seemed to work perfectly. I also can't disassemble it because I am on a trip.
  2. Hey yall, I screwed up. You might have seen my previous post were I explain how I think after dropping a coke can on the table, some liquid might have seeped in between the keys and down onto the motherboard. My laptop is an Acer Aspire 3 A315-51. I removed one or two keys (breaking one in the process because spilling coke wasn't enough) and I saw there was a metal plate between the keys ans the internal components. I only spilled a really small amount though, we're talking no more than 10 drops. This happened 9 hours ago and it has been powered off, sitting drying ever since. Would it be a good idea to drop some 99% alcohol around the area of the spillage (the extreme left side of the keyboard. mostly between the bezel and the tab and caps lock keys) and hope it gets to where the coke is sitting to clean it out before it corrodes traces beyond repair. Alcohol doesn't damage electronics, right? Does it matter if they have to dry out in an enclosed space? Would this be a good idea? Is this too late? Help! Thanks.
  3. Hey yall, I screwed up. I spilled a really small amount of coke on the left side of the keyboard of my Acer Aspire 3 A315-51 laptop. The coke hit the side of the laptop, some small amount spilled on the extreme left of the keyboard (mostly on the bezel and the keys) and the can fell on the table which is where most of the liquid ended up. It remained on for about a minute and then I turned it off. I took off two of the keys and it didn't look like liquid had been there at all. I'm scared I spilled enough to corrode traces on the mobo but not enough to dry it out without fully disassembling it which I can't comfortably do because I'm not at home (and I don't have tools) plus its 12:26 and every tech store is closed. How worried should I be? I think the warranty covers this stuff (it's a 2 year warranty and i bought it in Aug 2019). I know I'm just another poor fool wit butter fingers, but I need help. What do I do? Do I risk not doing anything and letting it dry (possibly screwing it up?) or risk disassembling it with a pointy knife? I tried looking it up but every guide covers a large spill, I don't think this spill reached 10 drops of coke. I know liquid is slick and will slip through anything but still. Help!
  4. So my friend came to me all excited a few weeks ago telling me about a website called Drakemall.com which apparently lets you buy crates of stuff with phones, computers and other relatively expensice gizmos.You put in a paypal, go to Kinguin to buy a gift card, input the code into drakemall, buy the crates and hope for the best. It seems a little too good to be true. There's also a video from a spanish youtuber claiming the person behind drakemall also worked in a CS:GO skins scam so it's a little concerning. Right now I'm thinking about giving it a try but for now I have my reservations. The online reviews seem mixed up, some say its a scam and some say it worked and that they recieved their PS4 in 5 weeks or whatever. Anything helps. Thanks!
  5. I know it comes embedded in the mobo, but the stereo mix section does not appear for us under recording configuration.
  6. We checked and it didn't appear. We researched and turns out you need a sound card for that. Thanks for helping though!
  7. Somewhere around 70-100 euros. Pretty bad specs and no tech-savvy person would pay over 120 for that.
  8. For the last weeks, for some reason, my friend's system audio (YT videos and videogame sounds) have been reproducing through discord and in some occasions I can hear the system audio louder than his voice. It's really annoying. It's not discord because we tried through skype and the same thing happens, its not the audio being played through speakers and enetering his mic since he uses headphones and we tried unplugging the mic and it still happened and I wonder if its some kind of setting. It might have started when he installed a voice modifyer and that changed permissions or something like that. Anything helps. Thanks!
  9. A hexagon? Why are you asking 3rd grade math questions?
  10. What do you guys think of this WAN Show logo I made?
  11. It's not physical damage, so we're probably fine and it's probably only a configuration error. Go into the bios and see listed devices. If it appears, look for tutorials, I'm sure there's plenty. If it doesn't appear, (and I got this troubleshooting step from linus) unplug the SATA cable from the motherboard and plug it into a different SATA connector on the motherboard. Do this with all the ports, and if it STILL doesn't work, try another hard drive. If it STILL doesn't work, chage the cable. If it STILL STILL STILL doesn't work, then either I have no idea or your drive is dead
  12. Goddamn those component names "1069, video card in the streets, but a master in the sheets if you know what I mean"
  13. I think that you'd be better off on the long run if you bought the i7 one. As you said, you plan to do heavy coding and 3D modeling, which isn't easy on your CPU with some exceptions, so the i7 model is definitely worth it in your case. It'll also prolongue the lifetime of the device (not battery-wise), because as new programs come out with more features they consume more, so the i7 model is definitely worth it unless you're on a tight budget
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