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  1. Lenovo is a reputable brand, you can shop around for other stuff in that price range if you want, but it's by no means a bad deal if that's what you're wondering. Do note that it does not have a GPU, so you will be doing no gaming of any sort on it and GPU accelerated stuff won't be as fast.
  2. Do you just want numbers scrolling in the terminal? In that case remove the three ping > nul lines you have in there and boom, instantly goes way faster. However if you're looking for it to scroll multiple times a second you're in for a ride, batch files were never designed to have that functionality. You could create a visual basic script file that uses VB's sleep function to sleep an arbitrary length. Here's a stackexchange thread on just this topic. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/30665100/how-to-make-a-batch-file-wait-for-fractions-of-a-second Alternatively use a better scripting language.
  3. If you're looking for some recommendations, Asap Bold, Monoglyceride Bold/ExtraBold, Roboto Bold/Black, and Assistant Bold/ExtraBold are all good looking fonts without small details that would get lost. https://www.1001fonts.com/asap-font.html https://www.1001fonts.com/monoglyceride-font.html https://www.1001fonts.com/roboto-font.html https://www.1001fonts.com/assistant-font.html
  4. I agree with what WoodenMarker mentioned, but I'll also say that the air flow difference isn't huge, right around a 10% difference according to Noctua's specs, and static pressure optimized fans like the NF-F12 are much more versatile.
  5. Samsung generally continues software updates for 2 years and security updates for 3 years after the phone's launch. They will issue updates for critical issues past that window but it's uncommon.
  6. Take a look around 1001 fonts. It's got thousands of free-for-commercial-use fonts. Based on your requirements I'd suggest looking at some wide/bold sans-serif fonts. https://www.1001fonts.com/
  7. The Ryzen 9 3900X is about the same speed in single-core performance and wipes the floor with the 9900K in multi-core for generally a bit over $500. The 3800X has slightly slower single-core performance, still faster multi-core performance, and is priced at about $400.
  8. Yes, the features are identical.
  9. It could be loose which is why you're getting it working intermittently, can't hurt to reseat it.
  10. The bottom one is also a 4k 144hz display but at $700. The top one is more expensive because it's an older model and the features were less common when it was released, hence the higher price.
  11. If your use case is something that doesn't heavily favor Intel chips it would be worth looking into high end Ryzen 3000 chips. Also more storage, 500 GB seems like it can go a long way but it really doesn't nowadays.
  12. The more expensive one has inevitably bad speakers, fewer inputs, and is older. Other than that yeah they're feature equivalent
  13. I know with Steam at least you can add that location as a new library when you reinstall and it will pick all the games up, they'll just be validated the first time you run them which takes 5 minutes tops. I'm not sure about any other launchers though.
  14. If they're on a separate drive why would you need to reinstall them? Just add some shortcuts and you're off to the races. Alternatively if you don't want to go through that manually you can reinstall them in place and they'll generally do all the relinking for you.
  15. The pre-installed waterblock isn't going to be much if any better/worse than a custom block, all that matters is which you prefer to look at. However if you do decide to go the custom route don't buy the waterforce card, just buy a regular 2080 Ti instead. No need to spend the extra money to get a waterblock you're going to take off.