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Yummychickenblue

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About Yummychickenblue

  • Title
    War never changes. . . But neither does friendship

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    The Matrix
  • Interests
    Games, Tech, Ponies, (Fo:E)
  • Occupation
    Toaster repair pony

System

  • CPU
    Intel i5 4670K
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z97M-G43
  • RAM
    8GB kingston hyper X 1600Mhz RAM
  • GPU
    EVGA ACX 750TI
  • Case
    cooler master TC-102
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 EVO 250gb SSD + some 1TB I pulled from an external drive
  • PSU
    SIlverstone Strider+ 500 watt
  • Display(s)
    dell ultrasharp u2211h
  • Cooling
    cheap fans and stock coolers
  • Keyboard
    logitech membrane wireless combo set
  • Mouse
    logitech membrane wireless combo set
  • Sound
    logitech z130 + CHC Silverados
  • Operating System
    MSX

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  1. Yummychickenblue

    Valve Removes Steam Machine Store Page

    If Microsoft continues to lock down Windows, AAA developers and users will start moving to Linux quicker.
  2. Yummychickenblue

    Valve Removes Steam Machine Store Page

    Earlier this month Valve removed the Steam store page for Steam Machines, prebuilt computers running SteamOS, a Linux distribution built for gaming. This removal symbolizes the death of Steam Machines, which failed to ever really be relevant due to their lack of media attention, and the fact that many times they were underpowered. Though steam machines are no more, they did gve a nice platform to market SteamOS, a product that Valve is continuing to develop today, and will continue to support in the future. Over the last few years, Valve has been a large supporter of Linux gaming, to the point that AMD now has excellent open source drivers, and companies like Aspyr Media and Feral interactive have begun porting AAA titles like Rise of the Tomb Raider and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided to Linux. It's because of their past dedication that I don't believe Valve has any intention on giving up on Linux gaming, especially with the direction Microsoft is going with Windows for the last several years.
  3. Did that guy who ran the Lenny crew.disckrd server get banned or something? I can't view his profile.

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    2. Yummychickenblue
    3. Yummychickenblue

      Yummychickenblue

      I think your profile pic might be broken dude

    4. vinyldash303

      vinyldash303

      yup. Imma fix that shit today mayb

  4. So what should I do with my old system

    1. givingtnt

      givingtnt

      give it to meeeeee

      I want to server it xD

    2. Yummychickenblue
  5. Yummychickenblue

    Black Snow - Downsizing from MATX to MITX

    Maybe if I can find a deal on an AMD card. Right now the 750ti does what I need (I'm playing fairly old games right now) so the only reason to upgrade would be a blower style cooler (which is better for small cases like to his one) and better driver support on Linux.
  6. pics actually work now kiddos

  7. Yummychickenblue

    Black Snow - Downsizing from MATX to MITX

    kill me
  8. Yummychickenblue

    Black Snow - Downsizing from MATX to MITX

    I don't know how to use this forum anymore so the entire post is in a spoiler
  9. Also Windows doesn't know how to set the time properly

  10. I love how windows checks to see if you're connected to wifi before checking for ethernet

  11. I'm gonna start writing the build log soon. Tell me if you want to be tagged

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    2. pinksnowbirdie
    3. Yummychickenblue

      Yummychickenblue

      @wcreek Ryzen 1400,  gtx 750ti 8gb ddr4 and a Thermaltake Core V1 Snow

    4. SuperShermanTanker

      SuperShermanTanker

      Always love to see new PC builds

  12. Build log soonTM

     

     

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    1. Nowak

      Nowak

      What R5 CPU is that? 1400? 1600?

    2. Yummychickenblue

      Yummychickenblue

      Just the 1400. Too poor for anything more

    3. Nowak
  13. Get ready for the ryzen upgrade kiddos

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    2. Yummychickenblue

      Yummychickenblue

      @vinyl I gotchu soon as my case comes in (which should be Wednesday)

       

      @strfrm I've  never actually I'd anything before, what's the LLC? I wanted to go for a Gigabyte or msi board but the only itx am4 boards available at microcenter were this one.

    3. STRMfrmXMN

      STRMfrmXMN

      @Yummychickenbluewell the Asrock/Gigabyte/Biostar boards are your only option anyways sooo

       

      LLC means "load-line calibration" which helps effectively adjust voltage based on load. You want that when OCing. But the Asrock 3-phase boards don't have it since they don't have the capacity for it since they're 3-phase power delivery systems. So you gotta set the voltage high to offset the ridiculous vdroop that a 3-phase will inevitably have. My friend's R5 1600 on the AB350M Pro4 needed 1.356V to run stable at 3.8GHz with a few other tweaks in Ryzen master like 1.35V memory voltage and 1.10 VOC.

    4. STRMfrmXMN

      STRMfrmXMN

      *I said VOC I meant SOC

  14. Yummychickenblue

    Touch enabled Linux distro

    The Gnome 3 desktop and GTK3 put a lot of emphasis on touch. So just use Gnome with your favorite distro.
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