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mcmacker4

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  1. I would plug this PC into my TV as if it was a console. Perfect for gaming with friends.
  2. My favourite is the keyboard since it has cherry mx brown switches and looks awesome although the headset looks sick too!
  3. I would've never thought that cooling a PC with mineral oil is possible. It is and looks awesome. I have no problem on which kit I get (in case i get it)
  4. Hi, A couple of days ago I bought a new and bigger SSD because I had no more space in the old one. Instead of cloning the old one to the new one I installed a fresh copy of windows (while all other drives were disconnected). Once finished, I started to install all needed drivers. After the installation of the first one I had to restart so I restarted. When booting, windows started repairing a drive that was perfectly healthy, which was unexpected for me but I let it do it's things. When it had booted, a lot of the files were missing or corrupted in the old drive. This pissed me off. Now i am trying to boot the computer with the big 1TB drive where I have EVERYTHING, all my personal files, all my work from school and my hobbies, everything is in there. If the big drive is connected (I gave up with the old ssd so now it's disconnected) windows won't boot without first repairing it but I don't want it to destroy it so I simply turn off the PC. Why does windows do this? Is there any way to stop windows from repairing drives on startup? I don't want it to repair it, I simply want windows to read the data in it.
  5. Ok, I am now writing from my Nexus 5 updated to Android Lollipop. I have had zero problems as of now. If I have any problems in the near future I'll let you know.
  6. I have found some articles that explain what I asked in the first post: This is a thread on the Android Central Forums: http://forums.androidcentral.com/google-nexus-7-tablet-2013/462154-big-problem-my-nexus-7-android-5-0-a.html Here is an article: http://www.ibtimes.co.in/when-will-google-fix-android-5-0-lollipop-issue-faced-by-nexus-5-users-614120 Does anyone know if they are fixed yet? The articles above explain that the bug was discovered after the OTA release of Android Lollipop.
  7. Hi there! This past couple of days i have been reading some news report about the new Android 5.0 Lollipop update having trouble connecting to WiFi networks on the Nexus 5. I just got the notification on my Nexus 5 that I can (finally) download the new version but I am not sure if I should update. Are these bugs fixed yet? Should I update my Nexus 5 to the new version? Please help. Thanks.
  8. Hi there! My current PC has a Sandisk 64GB SSD and its almost full. I just bought a Kingston HyperX 240GB to replace the 64GB one. What's the easiest way to clone ALL the data from the small ssd to the big one? Thanks.
  9. Hi there! Quick question: is it safe to delete "C:\ProgramData\NVIDIA Corporation\NetService" folder? It is taking 1.5GB of my 64GB SSD Thanks.
  10. My favorite part in the bundle is the liquid cooling. It looks great. And the case looks awesome too.
  11. Does anyone know what the benchmark software used in the video is?
  12. Ok, thanks for all the replies. I think i kind of understand now. Thank you all very much
  13. This is the RAM I bought, they're Kinston HyperX Fury 2x8GB running at 1600MHz (the website is in spanish). The thing is... CPU-Z says the DRAM Frequency (it's a screenshot of CPU-Z) is 799.6MHz and that's what made me think. Also in the bios, as far as I know, the frequency is set to auto.
  14. So I have a doubt here: If I buy a pair of memory modules and it says the frequency is 1600 MHz does that mean that both run at 1600 MHz or does it mean that they each run at 800 MHz and they sum up to be 1600 MHz? P.D: Sorry if the question sounds stupid, it's just to make sure.
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