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About ONOTech

  • Title
    Your Friendly Neighborhood Football Player
  • Birthday 1998-07-21

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  • Gender
  • Location
  • Biography
    I say dumb stuff a lot. Pardon the ignorance
  • Occupation
    Student at Georgia Tech


  • CPU
    R7 1700 @ 4.0 GHz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte X370 Gaming 5
  • RAM
    16 GB DDR4 2933 MHz
  • GPU
    Vega 56
  • Case
    Bitfenix AURORA
  • Storage
    128GB SSD + 1 TB + 2 TB + 2 TB
  • PSU
    750W PSU
  • Display(s)
    PIXIO PX277N
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-U14S
  • Keyboard
    Velocifire T11
  • Mouse
    Ghetto Dell
  • Sound
    Logitech Speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64-Bit

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  1. What song are you listening to right now.

    Omg the album is out??? I had no clue!! I'm about to binge.
  2. What song are you listening to right now.

    Rivers and Robots have a new album they're releasing tomorrow. They did a live stream of it today and it's AMAZING. They're basically lo fi meets folk/indie rock. I've also been getting into UK garage. Here's an absolute banger.
  3. New editor, new video. Enjoy :)


  4. Nvidia GTX 2060 3D Marks Score Leak

    They could pull a Ryzen and make up for lost time but it's not looking like that so far.
  5. Nvidia GTX 2060 3D Marks Score Leak

    If it's priced aggressively, it should be fine. But I agree with the sentiment - RTG is falling pretty far behind.
  6. My upload schedule is worse than Trumps hairline but here's a new vid


    1. Dan Castellaneta

      Dan Castellaneta

      trust me there's worse hairlines out there

    2. CUDAcores89


      The VIA series x86 CPUs have always been a curiosity to me, just like the sun Microsystems and powerPC machines. 


      You should do a video on cyrix next. They had some x86 architectures back in the day.


      There is a whole nother world of processor architectures that aren't x86 out there that very few even know the existance of and it would be very cool to explore them.

    3. CUDAcores89


      Also why dont you change your username on the forum? You can do that now.

  7. Show off your old and retro computer parts

    Ding ding ding! Bonus points if you can guess the Thunderbird model. Just a side note - the Cyrx is the C3 based on the Samuel 2 core. It was fun to play with, butttt much slower than the other two processors.
  8. Show off your old and retro computer parts

    Finally got around to playing with my old CPUs. This is a screen grab from a video I'm working on. 180nm and 150nm goodness! Internet points to whoever can guess what these are. Hint: each is from a different CPU manufacturer
  9. Intel 9th gen unlock cpu specs leaked (updated)

    Hopefully so Do you have a source by any chance?
  10. Intel 9th gen unlock cpu specs leaked (updated)

    This has probably already been mentioned, but will these chips require the new Z490 chipset? Would BIOS updates for current LGA 1151 300 chipset boards allow support for these CPUs?
  11. Is Gaming Rig Good?

    I'd get a higher quality power supply and a 1-2 TB hard drive for storage. 500 GB fills up quick. Otherwise, looks good.
  12. Should I retake the ACT?

    It's the safest choice financially. If you can afford out of state / country options that are better, then I recommend those instead. I'd sit with your parents and weigh the options you have. I honestly can't give you a yes or no answer to such a big decision, only advice that I've learned along the way. GLHF
  13. Should I retake the ACT?

    Good job! If you got a 33 without prep, you could probably hit a 34-36 with proper studying. The ACT tests knowledge better than the SAT from what I remember. The SAT tests how well you can take a test and your reasoning more than your actual knowledge. OP, what state are you in? Unless you can get a nice scholarship, financial aid, or you'll receive a lot of financial help from your family, I would recommend going to the best in state school for undergrad, and then an Ivy or top 30 university for grad and above if you'd like to continue your education. Piling yourself in student loans may not sound like a big deal now, but it definitely will be once you leave school. I was stuck between an in state public college and a few higher tier private colleges and stayed in-state and don't regret it one bit. You may not work at Apple or Microsoft right out of college (unless you're blessed to have a REALLY good in state public college program), but your chances of getting a well paying job (especially in STEM) are still in your favor. Good luck.