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ThatFlashCat

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About ThatFlashCat

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 2002-05-25

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Minnesota, USA
  • Occupation
    High school student :P

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 1700x
  • Motherboard
    Asus X370 Crosshair VI Hero Wifi
  • RAM
    2* 8 G.skill RGB DDR4 2933 Mhz
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1080Ti SC2
  • Case
    Fractal Design Meshify C
  • Storage
    Samsung 960 EVO 500GB
  • PSU
    EVGA 750w G3
  • Display(s)
    Dell SG2716DG +  2xDell U2515H
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i V2
  • Keyboard
    Razer Deathstalker (not worth the money)
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder Elite (good if you like light mice)
  • Sound
    Turtlebeach PX22 (It's falling apart)
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit

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  1. ThatFlashCat

    HDD Vibration

    It's quite possibly a normal operation sound, then. No problem!
  2. ThatFlashCat

    HDD Vibration

    Could you record the noise it is making? Hard drives do make noise under normal operation, it's just a "click" that worries me.
  3. ThatFlashCat

    Do i need a power supply with higher wattage

    650w will be plenty. EVGA gold is quite good.
  4. ThatFlashCat

    HDD Vibration

    Your drive sounds like it's dying. Replace it or at least back up anything you care about.
  5. ThatFlashCat

    Please Help with Streamlabs problem

    but for what service?
  6. ThatFlashCat

    Please Help with Streamlabs problem

    Well what do you have your streaming server set as?
  7. ThatFlashCat

    Raid 0 NVME

    RAID 0 improves both. I think RAID 1 *might* be able to speed up reads as well but it's meant to protect data, not speed up its access.
  8. ThatFlashCat

    144 hz problem... Rtx cards...

    No it's definitely DVI-D. There are no analog pins, though you are right that DVI-I would not work on an RTX 2080 (DVI-D only)
  9. ThatFlashCat

    So win10 unactivated???

    But you should use linux for a server anyway.
  10. ThatFlashCat

    144 hz problem... Rtx cards...

    Are you sure it's actually dual link? It says 1080p max and dual link DVI can do 1440p 60.
  11. ThatFlashCat

    144 hz problem... Rtx cards...

    That's only single link DVI. There shouldn't be a gap in the middle between the two blocks of pins.
  12. ThatFlashCat

    Finally doing 2FA... Which provider?

    I have yet to adopt a proper password manager but I imagine it's best to use separate providers. That way, even if some catastrophic failure leaks your data, it's either passwords or 2FA codes, not both. I started using Authy though and it's great. Easy to use and with cloud backup.
  13. ThatFlashCat

    What happens to extra pixels of photos

    High resolutions mean the analog image is better represented by digital pixels. Remember, light isn't limited to square pixels, so the more pixels you have, the more data is preserved. Those very high resolution images are then digitally downscaled for viewing on screens that may be only 1080p, which looks far better than viewing an image of a resolution that matches the screen.
  14. I've been intending to setup two factor authentication for a while now, and with a recent potentially phishing scare (it turned to be legit but for a few minutes I thought my mom had given out her paypal password to a phishing website) ,it brought password security to my mind again. I'm currently leaning toward Authy for its ease of use when switching devices but Google Authenticator is another option. Then there are lastpass and microsoft authenticator to think about. I honestly can't decide which solution to go with.
  15. ThatFlashCat

    Why can I not play 4k/60 videos?

    He said he has a 7th gen i5 which is certainly new enough.
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