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Nerdom

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About Nerdom

  • Title
    Member

Contact Methods

  • Discord
    Obunga#6154
  • Reddit
    NerdomFilming

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    The Universe
  • Interests
    Living. Technology.
  • Biography
    Is a human.

    Maybe.
  • Occupation
    Living

System

  • CPU
    i5-8600k @ 5ghz
  • Motherboard
    ASUS ROG STRIX Z-370E Gaming
  • RAM
    2x8gb 16gb G.Skill TridentZ RGB 3000mhz @ 3200mhz
  • GPU
    NVIDIA 1070Ti Founders Edition
  • Case
    Zalman Z9 Neo Plus
  • Storage
    HP M.2 PCIe SSD 512 GB, 4tb 7200rpm HDD
  • PSU
    SeaSonic EVO Edition 620W 80+ Bronze Fully Modular
  • Display(s)
    Some random dell and Acer monitors
  • Cooling
    Deepcool GAMAXX 120mm
  • Keyboard
    Reddragon KUMAURA RGB
  • Mouse
    Razer Naga Chroma
  • Sound
    2x Samson A8 8in Studio Monitors
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
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  1. Free (obviously) CUSTOMIZABLE PRINT SCREEN BUILT IN HOW HAS NOBODY THOUGHT OF THIS (on some distros) Privacy Apt-get/package managers make life easy It's a flex to just do everything from terminal
  2. A comparison between RED's new DSMC2 production module with dual XLR in compared to the off-hollywood, and your external recorder for audio would be cool.
  3. I’m not a MacBook repair expert or anything, but Louis Rossman has some pretty good “tutorials” on how to solve a no green light. Usually it seems to be a dead SMC or a shorted power rail. He has a store where you can order replacement parts as well. His stuff worked for me when I had the same problem once (except no water damage)
  4. They'll deport your pigs and steal your soybeans.
  5. The 4/8 EPS power is labeled as 4+4CPU on the PSU. Any of those 3 plugs should work for an EPS connection, but I’ve never worked with a RM series before. The manual probably has your info. and yes you need the connections.
  6. Have you enabled GPU acceleration? By default it doesn’t (at least for me)
  7. I think the windows installer should have a feature to just overwrite everything and install windows, but I’ve never installed on a used disk before, If it doesn’t, have windows overwrite the largest one (the one where windows is currently storing all its files). As long as it’s big enough, you can go to disk manager and delete the unused partitions, but don’t delete OEM partitions if you ever want support on the device again. I would just delete them but that’s just me. I’ve seen OEMs that have custom BIOS that require those partitions (Toshiba used to have that) so make sure you don’t delete those if that is the case. I’ve only ever seen Toshiba have that, for instance dell has oem partitons but doesn’t require them to be present. TBH just boot to the installer and see what options you have. You won’t brick your computer by doing that.
  8. Couldn’t have said it better IMO. This is exactly what you should do. Make sure you have some time to wait lol
  9. One question, does it come with a corded brick (in the middle of the power cord) or one on the outlet? e.g. MacBook type or what comes with an Alienware?
  10. Usecase is light cad, and light video editing, MS office. I’ve got a custom pc for the heavy work.
  11. In relation to the other notebooks out there, it’s pretty nice in terms of price. (Except for the spectre from HP, but those have 0 durability from what I’ve seen)
  12. I’m looking at purchasing the Matebook X for a thin and light but still powerful enough for what I would do with it. (specific model: here) Does anyone own/know about this laptop? Would this last me (in terms of durability, not power) all through college/university (4 yrs)?
  13. I’d like IPS, decent color accuracy (not a photographer so don’t need 98%sRGB or other ridiculous accuracy). The more upgradable the better IMO. Gaming is fine, but still needs to be thinish, and not over 6lbs preferably. (E.g. the Razer Blade would be about as heavy and big as I would go).
  14. I’m in the US, preferably 5lb or less. Taking it on transit every day. Possibly minimum-ish of 7hrs (web browsing, office, etc on battery)
  15. Not going for High even at 1080p here. Just ability to run at 60fps low for things like TF2 is all I need.
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