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tesco value smurf

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About tesco value smurf

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  • Birthday 1868-03-11

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    ♰ lolo4dee ♰

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  • Gender
  • Location
    america, TN
  • Interests
    memes, pc gaming, pc hardware
  • Biography
    hardest lad in britian, has an iq of over 200, nicks bare creps, bin weevils famous roblox youtuber.
  • Occupation


  • CPU
    core i3 8350k 4.8ghz
  • Motherboard
    aorus z370 gaming 7
  • RAM
    8 gb's teamgroup ddr4 2300hz
  • GPU
    evga dual fan gtx 1050 TI
  • Case
    rosewill rise glow
  • Storage
    250gb samsung 860 evo (boot)120gb ssd (game drive) 320gb hdd (seacond game drive) 4tb hdd (for less used files)
  • PSU
  • Display(s)
    19inch dell 19 inch sceptre 30inch samsung
  • Cooling
    watercooled cpu every thing else aircooled
  • Keyboard
    an old dell wired keyboard i found (love it!)
  • Mouse
    hp wired mouse
  • Sound
    on board (soon to upgrade :] )
  • Operating System
    windows 10 64 bit

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  1. so i was just watching youtube then my samsung tv (main monitor) and my dell monitor (seacond monitor) (both are connected to a 1050 ti) both restarted or something and then my dell monitor starts flashing red green and blue. this didnt happen to my samsung tv but it still restarted and it didnt happen to my sceptor tv (thrird monitor uses hd graphics) i could not turn of my monitor and had to unplug it and replug it. i think everything is working now but im curious to what might have happened. think it was the gpu or monitors? even when the pc was turned off my dell monitor was flashing. im just curious to what yall think might have happened
  2. tesco value smurf

    will turning off igpu help cpu temps

    so buying a dvi to hdmi adapter would be basically useless for me?
  3. so i have 3 monitors 2 of which are ran useing my 1050 ti but because i dont have a dvi to hdmi adapter i cant hook up my third monitor to the 1050 ti but insted the motherboard which uses intel hd graphics. if i were to buy dvi adapter and hook up my third monitor to the 1050 ti would it help cpus temps any? i mostly run discord, task manager, steam and firefox on it.
  4. tesco value smurf

    can you get cancer from computers?

    nah just something they saw on pbs on tv
  5. tesco value smurf

    need advice for custom loop

    ok this is what i came up with its a fair bit more expensive but i can take a while to save up. i mean i have like 5 months until ryzen 3000 series releases i think. radiator: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIAAXT4V62873&Description=360mm radiator&cm_re=360mm_radiator-_-2YM-0007-00014-_-Product tubing: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIAA7W8NX0985&Description=duraclear soft tubing&cm_re=duraclear_soft_tubing-_-9SIAA7W8NX0985-_-Product fittings: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIAC8W6MG2221&Description=fittings&cm_re=fittings-_-37B-000B-001P5-_-Product block: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIAAXT5FM2908&Description=am4 waterblock&cm_re=am4_waterblock-_-2YM-000M-000B0-_-Product pump reservoir: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIAC8W4Z05984&Description=pump&cm_re=pump-_-9SIAC8W4Z05984-_-Product does everything look good and compatible?
  6. tesco value smurf

    need advice for custom loop

    so when getting tubing do i get multiple short tubes or just one long tube and cut it?
  7. tesco value smurf

    need advice for custom loop

    i probably phrased things wrong earlyer, im spending 100$ on radiator and 200 on everything else 100 + 70 + 20 + 40 is 230 so i think i might eb able to get it, what kind of parts costed that much?
  8. tesco value smurf

    Help please.

    prehaps you could get an extender like this: https://www.amazon.com/NETGEAR-N300-Range-Extender-EX2700/dp/B00L0YLRUW
  9. tesco value smurf

    need advice for custom loop

    i plan on getting a 3700x or a 3800x/3850x and im not 100% sure what kind of gpu im getting. i think i might wait a little bit for some new amd gpu's to release, rtx kinda sucks imo. i guess i could start out with just cpu and once i get a gpu add a gpu waterblock.
  10. tesco value smurf

    need advice for custom loop

    i would very much prefer the thicc radiator i plan on getting one of the 12 core or 16 core ryzen cpus when they release and do some massive overclocking. edit: im looking at the kit but i dont see a list of the parts included, could i have a list?
  11. tesco value smurf

    Help please.

    are you able to run ethernet to your router?
  12. tesco value smurf

    need advice for custom loop

    hi so im extremely new to custom loop watercooling like ive never made a custom loop before. so i need some help finding the right parts, i already have decided a radiator. radiator: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIAAXT4V62873&Description=360mm radiator&cm_re=360mm_radiator-_-2YM-0007-00014-_-Product but now i just need to find a pump, tubing, fittings, a pump reservoir/ pump and reservoir, and waterblock. what kind of parts should i get? my budget for all of the previously listed is 100-200$ this loop is mostly performance focused i dont really care about acoustics or looks. also i prefer soft tubing it seems cheaper and i dont think im experienced enough for hard tubing, and my case is the rosewill rise glow. thanks in advance for any help!
  13. tesco value smurf

    can you get cancer from computers?

    any other health concerns other than cancer i should be aware of?
  14. tesco value smurf

    can you get cancer from computers?

    a relative of mine commented on how my room is filled with lots of old computers and computer parts saying that they emit stuff into the air and im going to get cancer. is this true? should i move all of my stuff to another room?
  15. tesco value smurf

    is 1.5volts safe for 8350k

    oh i never even thought of base clock overclocking, that might work