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  1. Thanks for the great advice I especially like the second recommendation. When thats said however, they seem to be sold in the US, and warranty is a bitch when it comes to ordering things from overseas
  2. I have a gaming PC and im used to both OS's so that doesent really make a difference, how is the build quality of the Dell?
  3. So, ive had my Macbook Air 13" model 2015 for about 4 years now, and i think its time to upgrade, its been in some rough weather and both the USB ports are busted, so im thinking its time to look for a new one. Im looking for recommendations based on my needs listed below. Portable - I will be using it exclusively for watching Netflix and browsing the web as well as school work, i will carry it almost daily around with me in a PC bag. Durable - Ive been quite satisfied with the Macbooks build quality, most of my former laptops have snapped at the hinges long before this one, and i treat them quite roughly, so a premium build and a metal chassy is a must. Fast and Reliable - I dont want a slow laptop, so a ok/decent processor, 8+GB of ram and fast SSD is a must, the SSD doesent need to have tons of storage, 128GB is quite enough, but i always have like 25 pages and 10+ word documents open at a time, so it being fast and responsive is a must. I appriciate any advice Id like to spend as little as possible, but im aiming for my budget at around 1500USD. However if the laptop is a great deal, im ceirtainly willing to stretch that abit
  4. Im in Norway so my carrier is Telia Norge. Not sure if that tells you anything
  5. Ok thanks ill do that in the morning then Is there anything else you can think of that might work? Like restarting the router? Or the Xbox? Some toturials mentioned setting up a "static IP" for your Xbox
  6. Its a 4G router than was provided by my ISP when i signed up. I think its a Huawei B525. These are my options when selecting "Firewall".
  7. They all appear to be closed Any idea if ive done something incorrectly based on the photo? And whats a double NAT?
  8. Im attempting to achieve Open NAT on my Xbox One, UnPn is enabled and ive attempted to port forward, allthough im not sure ive done it correctly... I still have a Moderate NAT type... Ports i wish to open: Port 88 (UDP) Port 3074 (UDP and TCP) Port 53 (UDP and TCP) Port 80 (TCP) Port 500 (UDP) Port 3544 (UDP) Port 4500 (UDP) Screenshot of what ive done: Have i done it correctly? Or is there something im missing? Any help is greatly appriciated
  9. Most things are more expensive in Norway, i said that buying them from overseas might be cheaper but he wanted to be safe and buy them here. I see most people here recommending AMD, is Ryzen that much better when it comes to price for performance?
  10. Thanks for the list Appriciate it alot
  11. Ok, thanks for the advice Appriciate it
  12. Been ages since ive put together a pc Hes basically using it for gaming. Norway, he wants to spend about 15k Norwegian Crowns (1700USD) ish.
  13. Building a new pc and was looking for any help or ideas for either improvements or perhaps some parts that may be incompatible. Parts: GPU: MSI Geforce RTX 2070 Gaming CPU: Intel Core i5 9400 Ram: Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4 16GB Cooler: NZXT Kraken 62 CPU Cooler Motherboard: Gigabyte LGA1151 Z390 UD PSU: Seasonic Focus+ 1000W 80+ Gold Storage: Samsung EVO 860 1TB SSD Case: Corsair Obsidian 750D Big Tower Is everything here compatible? Are there any ways to make budget cuts without loosing too much performance? Any help is appriciated Its for my buddy and hes mostly going to use it for gaming (and the occasional hentai video) Fornite, League and CSGO are his mains.
  14. So, apperantly there was sowing needle stuck inside the socket where i plugged in my mac charger. It made a large burst/flash and the power went out. Now this is the result. Tried to take a picture of the charger the best i can, but it appears that the silver metal on the outside has been melted away to reveal something gold beneath. Anyone have any idea if it is safe to use? Cause it still works. sorry if this was posted in the wrong subcategory
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