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    dgsddfgdfhgs got a reaction from Dean0919 in do you favor a computer with fan noise?   
    Silence = effective fan 
    and coil whine is another totally different concept
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    dgsddfgdfhgs got a reaction from Dean0919 in do you favor a computer with fan noise?   
    have you ever walked into server rooms? you will love it
    its hot & very loud fan noise
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    dgsddfgdfhgs got a reaction from BollyWood401 in Why Ubisoft Games Are Badly Optimized?   
    way before Denuvo was used, Ubisoft is known for very bad optimize and incredible amount of bugs 
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    dgsddfgdfhgs got a reaction from kbtoalvarez in m.2 on aorus b450 pro wifi   
    the manual should have instructions , 
     
    NVME OR SATA
    1 x M.2 connector (Socket 3, M key, type 2242/2260/2280/22110 SATA and PCIe 3.0 x4/x2 SSD support) (M2A_SOCKET)
     
    SATA
    1 x M.2 connector (Socket 3, M key, type 2242/2260/2280 PCIe 3.0 x2 SSD support)(M2B_SOCKET)
     
    just screw it in
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    dgsddfgdfhgs got a reaction from TopHatProductions115 in With What My Xeon X5670 Comparable to?   
    looks like a ryzen 1600 spec wise
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    dgsddfgdfhgs got a reaction from Bombastinator in are magnets bad for computers?   
    the platters are not influenced by magnets, there are 1-2 tiny very strong magnets inside HDD too
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    dgsddfgdfhgs got a reaction from RobertGM2 in New AMD Ryzen 5 1600 AF CPU Review & Benchmarks vs. Original, R5 2600, & 3600   
    Directly copied from gamernexus
     
    AMD somewhat silently released a new CPU -- the AMD Ryzen 5 1600 AF -- which is technically a better R5 1600, but with the same name. It's a 12nm part rather than 14nm, something we confirmed with AMD, and that brings with it benefits for power efficiency, overclocking headroom, and even stock performance (in a significant fashion). In this benchmark, we're looking at the AMD R5 1600 "AE" (the original) versus the R5 1600 AF, the R5 2600 (which we need to do some refreshed testing on once we're back from CES, but it hasn't changed much), and the R5 3600. The R5 1600 AF impressed us, especially at the budget CPU price, and has established itself as one of the best budget CPUs for gaming or light production workloads.
     
     
     
    oh dear this truly redefined the budget 
     
     
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    dgsddfgdfhgs got a reaction from lewdicrous in THIS Replaced Every PC in my House!   
    its not clickbait, its censored 
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    dgsddfgdfhgs got a reaction from JoBales in What Upgrades did you do on 2019 for your PC?   
    NOTHING WORTH UPGRADING!
    ryzen 1700 + gtx970 fully capable of 60fps 1080p gaming
     
    next possible upgrade would be a good 1080p 144Hz monitor ~$150 in 2021??
     
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    dgsddfgdfhgs got a reaction from JoBales in How often do you upgrade/replace your build   
    until something breaks, usually 4+ years
    if that part is cpu/ mobo, meaning a platform upgrade
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    dgsddfgdfhgs got a reaction from Ben17 in Advice on sizing down a larger PC for a dorm room   
    really depends which type of case you like, eg I personally feel the cube case is small enough, eg
    https://www.thermaltake.com/core-v1.html
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    dgsddfgdfhgs got a reaction from Windows7ge in are magnets bad for computers?   
    the platters are not influenced by magnets, there are 1-2 tiny very strong magnets inside HDD too
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    dgsddfgdfhgs got a reaction from Flying Sausages in New AMD Ryzen 5 1600 AF CPU Review & Benchmarks vs. Original, R5 2600, & 3600   
    Directly copied from gamernexus
     
    AMD somewhat silently released a new CPU -- the AMD Ryzen 5 1600 AF -- which is technically a better R5 1600, but with the same name. It's a 12nm part rather than 14nm, something we confirmed with AMD, and that brings with it benefits for power efficiency, overclocking headroom, and even stock performance (in a significant fashion). In this benchmark, we're looking at the AMD R5 1600 "AE" (the original) versus the R5 1600 AF, the R5 2600 (which we need to do some refreshed testing on once we're back from CES, but it hasn't changed much), and the R5 3600. The R5 1600 AF impressed us, especially at the budget CPU price, and has established itself as one of the best budget CPUs for gaming or light production workloads.
     
     
     
    oh dear this truly redefined the budget 
     
     
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    dgsddfgdfhgs reacted to emosun in Advice on sizing down a larger PC for a dorm room   
    are you the op?
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    dgsddfgdfhgs got a reaction from Ben17 in How often do you upgrade/replace your build   
    until something breaks, usually 4+ years
    if that part is cpu/ mobo, meaning a platform upgrade
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    dgsddfgdfhgs got a reaction from Over_Confident in How often do you upgrade/replace your build   
    until something breaks, usually 4+ years
    if that part is cpu/ mobo, meaning a platform upgrade
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    dgsddfgdfhgs got a reaction from Bombastinator in To stop breaking charging cords do this   
    a spring from ball pens will do
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    dgsddfgdfhgs reacted to Chiyawa in This Chinese Water Cooler   
    Anyway, I'm not sure why, but I found Linus voice a bit... sexy. Ha ha. Guess Linux should make more video with that voice.
     
    P.S.: I know Linus was under the weather when he filmed that video, but... Man, he sound so different, and so... Manly. Sorry about that, but hope Linus get better soon.
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    dgsddfgdfhgs got a reaction from Flying Sausages in To stop breaking charging cords do this   
    a spring from ball pens will do
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    dgsddfgdfhgs reacted to Duits in To stop breaking charging cords do this   
    Not gna read 2.6k comments on a near 5 year old vid (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7sIgBpe6Co), but here's a solution to your breaking wires on just about anything.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5DshGGMTdU Time consuming but my wife has done it for all of her POS iphone cords and has saved us quite a bit of $ not having to replace those anymore.
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    dgsddfgdfhgs got a reaction from TheKDub in "New PlayStation controller" video trailer on PlayStation japan YouTube channel   
    it is
    "DUAL SHOCK 4 - BACK BUTTON ATTACHMENT" meaning a notch
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    dgsddfgdfhgs reacted to DrMacintosh in What Upgrades did you do on 2019 for your PC?   
    Nope! This card is great. My Sapphire 580 is hot garbage in comparison in terms of thermals and noise. Performance being massively improved is a given so I won’t knock the 580 for that. 
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    dgsddfgdfhgs got a reaction from Tech_Dreamer in What Upgrades did you do on 2019 for your PC?   
    NOTHING WORTH UPGRADING!
    ryzen 1700 + gtx970 fully capable of 60fps 1080p gaming
     
    next possible upgrade would be a good 1080p 144Hz monitor ~$150 in 2021??
     
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    dgsddfgdfhgs got a reaction from LogicWeasel in Convince me not to buy a Pixel 3a   
    roooooot!!
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    dgsddfgdfhgs got a reaction from Spotty in Convince me not to buy a Pixel 3a   
    roooooot!!
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