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Zanshi

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  1. I realised today that there is a group buy on for the Hyper 7. It takes 179 switches how its pictured below but takes up to, 213 for all 1u switches. That over 2 normal 100% keyboards worth of keys.
  2. First off im sorry for the thread necro. As so many people have asked and no one answered. I recently picked up this laptop and was wondering the same question. This was a popular google hit and I came here for answers. Note: I am just picking the 90Hz option off the bat as thats what worked for me. If you are doing this by yourself on your own laptop I cant stress enough that you should be doing it in smaller jumps like 5 - 10hz at a time. Otherwise you will be spending a lot of time trying to find the sweet spot. Like for LTT the 90Hz setting has been solid and smooth for me. But I may have been lucky. Windows: You can do it in the Nvidia control Panel if your GPU ports directly to the montior but as this is a laptop it seems to do some voodoo between the CPU and GPU video display, I could not get it to give "display options" in the Nvidia control panel. I downloaded and used CRU like Linus did in the video. Set a custom resolution of 1920x1080 at 90Hz. Saved it. Rebooted and then went into Display > Advanced Display Settings > Display Adapter properties for Display > Monitor and in the drop down picked the 90Hz option. Note: If you push it too far you will have to jump back into safe mode and re-set it. I recommend testing with 5Hz jump at a time. After a reboot I was looking at 90Hz stable. Linux: This was a bit more complex but not too bad. I recommend making sure you have both xrandr and arandr. so just apt / dnf / -S or whever you use to get them. then do cvt 1920x1080 90 This will give you an output like: Modeline "1920x1080_90.00" 269.00 1920 2064 2272 2624 1080 1083 1088 1140 -hsync +vsync remove the word "Modeline" and paste the rest into xrandr but with --newmode xrandr --newmode "1920x1080_90.00" 269.00 1920 2064 2272 2624 1080 1083 1088 1140 -hsync +vsync Next is xrandr --addmode <Name of DIsplay> "1920x1080_90.00" xrandr --addmode eDP-1 "1920x1080_90.00" Now all you have to do is run arandr and pick the 90Hz option. (you will need to write a script to make this a full time setting) Once again im sorry for the thread necro but hopefully this helps others like myself.
  3. A lot of users have been impacted by a data breach affecting two companies. One of which is a password manager. Password managers need to be more secure and better at holding data to avoid these issues. Maybe we need to take a step back and have a talk about people using applications such as KeePass over online storage of passwords. https://threatpost.com/data-leaks-blur-town-of-salem/140529/ Password-manager Blur and role-playing game Town of Salem both disclosed data breaches this week that impacted a combined 10 million.
  4. Gigabyte GV-RXVEGA64GAMING OC-8GD Radeon RX Vega 64 8 GB https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-RXVEGA64GAMING-OC-8GD#kf
  5. Yeah, that's what I figured. The box for the GPU said 750W minimum and that made me worried. Thanks for the help guys
  6. I have parts for a build arriving in dribs and drabs. But I assumed that a 750W psu would be more than enough. I got myself a Vega 64 and a Ryzen 7 2700X. Both of whom love power. Would I be running close to the edge or will this psu flat out fail with this power load?
  7. Thanks for that. yeah, I have zero interest in UWP games. That said I have heard some stuff like windows 8 is faster than windows 7 with SSD's and such. Happen to know if there is any fact to this?
  8. I am building a new Gaming Rig. Some Linux flavor will be my main OS but as I still like to play LoL from time to time and ill probably also run some other windows only games. I'm wondering if there is much consensus on how each version of windows with the same hardware performs. I have gotten Windows 7 running on Ryzen 5's before so I'm not worried about the effort of getting "Unsupported" OS working. As I'm spending a lot (for me) on hardware it would be a shame to go for a system that performs worse than others.
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