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About junzhi2002

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  • CPU
    Intel Core i5-6300HQ
  • Motherboard
    Genuine Dell OEM Motherboard with Discrete Nvidia Graphics
  • RAM
    8GB Single Channel 1600MHz DDR3L 1.35V
  • GPU
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M 4GB-GDDR5
  • Case
  • Storage
    1TB Toshiba SSHD
  • PSU
  • Display(s)
    Generic PnP Monitor 60Hz (1920*1080)
  • Cooling
    Dual Heat pipe + 2 Built in fan
  • Keyboard
    Internal Qwerty Backlit Single Pointing Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Alcatroz X-Craft Pro Twilight 2000 Gaming Mouse
  • Sound
    Realtek Audio/Dell Audio
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home

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  1. junzhi2002

    SLI exception

    I am wondering how will SLI stand in this condition (My questions might be funny, please answer me Xd) P.S. they might been asked before, just feeling lazy to search for them, please link me to them if answered [SLI in two thunderbolt eGPU] and how about [Use 2 thunderbolt port for an eGPU] <--sounds impossible
  2. junzhi2002

    How much does the other process consume???

    I am installing NVD drivers only......
  3. I really don't understand how does the CPU load in task manager works...... Can anyone explain why my CPU load is 100% but the task manager is showing a few task only XD
  4. I am using the Dell Inspiron which has a M.2 SATA port. I have read about the difference between M.2 SATA and M.2 PCIE but there is only a driver difference as shown in the article. So if there is only a driver difference, can I turn a M.2 SATA port into M.2 PCIE?
  5. junzhi2002

    Network of 2 wireless routers

    Malaysia, with $H!T internet services, always experience issues like not getting internet connection + my room is furthest from the router of my house wow, confusing
  6. junzhi2002

    Network of 2 wireless routers

    Recently, I am going to put 2 routers onto my modem provided by my ISP, hoping it can reduce the internet traffic issue and improve range of certain users. Questions: 1. Is it true that putting 2 routers onto one modem improves speed(ofc it is capped ) / traffic issue / range? 2. If it is true, how can I configure it? (Not using mesh wifi [too expensive for me], two LAN network [not going under anyone network]) 3. If using a access point or extender is better, which deal is better? How can I configure it?
  7. Laptop: about 1kg~3kg since idc the weight so much...... battery life about 5++ hours for a day of school life
  8. Thanks for the experience from you
  9. I prefer battery life. It is obvious that running out of battery life in class is "good" right? Wow! What a deal...... Import tax for bringing a desktop??? omg
  10. I may have found a deal, but it isn't portable enough My local online shop sells this...... Are they trustable?
  11. Thanks for the help Can I get a really bad laptop and a mid-range desktop? Is the Windows10 remote desktop allows me to control PC all around the world? What if I use remote desktop to control my desktop and let it do all of the works?
  12. I am about to further my studies in university the following year, I need a PC to create 3D models and video editing now but I am sticking with my old laptop now (Specs: i5-6300HQ, GTX960M 4G, 10GB RAM, 1TB HDD) I am going to further my studies in countries like USA or UK (I am Malaysian), therefore building a desktop limits me for bringing it around. Should I build a desktop or buy a gaming laptop for my future? If I needed to build a desktop, what hardware should I use? If I needed to buy a laptop, what specs are suitable for me? (Budget around $1000USD ~= RM4000+)
  13. This is what we get from free YTDownloader (GreenTree), they claim you can get up to 4x download speed by pro version using their download accelerator. I thought they just try to trick user to buy pro where they just lower the speed in free version. (I have 30MB/s max downstream) Sorry if I am poor or doing wrong things, but is there any app that perform better?