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About GeoSquigg

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  • Location
    Indiana, USA
  • Occupation
    CAD Draftsman


  • CPU
    Ryzen 3 2200g - OC to 4.0
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte b450 Aorus Pro Wifi (rev 1.0)
  • RAM
    2x8g 3000mgz - G.Skill Trident Z RGB - OC to 3200mgz
  • GPU
    Vega 8 APU - OC@1650mhz + 2g Dedicated Memory
  • Case
    Phanteks P350X
  • Storage
    WD Blue 250g sata m.2 (OS)/Seagate Barracuda 1TB HHD
  • PSU
    Corsiar CX750M
  • Display(s)
    55" 2160p - Vizio E-Series/ Random 27" 1080p
  • Cooling
    Wraith Stealth (Stock)
  • Keyboard
    K63 Wireless Mechanical Cherry Reds
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home

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  1. GeoSquigg

    DARK ROCK PRO 4 without the front 120mm fan

    Kyle from BitWit has a video on this, called something along the lines of "Can the DR4 PRO be used passively?" .. There was a slight increase in temps but not enough to stop me from removing the front fan
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    asus rog thor powersupplies

    ASUS should've known that the majority of PSU get mounted fanside down .. no idea why they wouldn't design it around that fact .. but for the 10 year warranty, thats a long time of minimal air to the PSU .. wonder if they've made that able to void your warranty .. i just use an outlet plug and then plug my system into that to see how much I'm pulling from the wall
  3. GeoSquigg

    Corsair crystal 280x vs nzxt h400i

    i like the looks of the 280x better, my vote goes ahi
  4. GeoSquigg

    asus rog thor powersupplies

    .. but I want to see my live wattage usage
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    asus rog thor powersupplies

    probably not a good idea, I've personally killed a psu from not allowing air to get to it .. took my PC off the desk and sat it directly on the carpet forgetting the psu was facing down
  6. that usually means pump is working .. if it weren't, the hoses would feel the same
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    I Have No Clue About Anything PC

    I got into it knowing nothing more than CPUs are the brains, and prebuilt units were expensive and didn't always have what i wanted .. used Techquickie's as fast as possible to get into the custom PC world. If he used a term i didn't know, paused the video and searched for an as fast as possible episode on that term. Eventually I had so many tabs open i couldn't find my original video .. but hey, it was all worth it bc now I'm 2 years in and know plenty about it, but don't ask about anything prior to kaby lake and FX lol
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    Petition to stop 5G trials in the Southwest UK

    Thru Verizon Wireless (here), used to have Spectrum internet but the upped the cost to $75 for 100mbps and verizon was sending advertisements about 5G home for $50 for its current plan holders. For $85 I get phone and home service now.
  9. GeoSquigg

    Portable Desktop Setup.

    We have towers now .. i7 7700k's with quadros lol .. HP z240? I believe
  10. GeoSquigg

    Question about careers in I.T.

    off topic but drawing a blank .. whats this movie from .. been trying to figure it out for a few months now lol
  11. GeoSquigg

    I Have No Clue About Anything PC

    correction, this forum is all things tech .. majority is components and build help, but that's not all the forum is meant for
  12. GeoSquigg

    Question about careers in I.T.

    Are you in the states?' Holy jeez the radio has burned "get your start at mycomptercareer .edu" into my damn head.. that and also "this is courtny cole and monica peck at hare Chevrolet" indy area folks know my pain ..
  13. I thought these were considered gifts from the manufacture and written off as an advertisement expense ??
  14. GeoSquigg

    Petition to stop 5G trials in the Southwest UK

    I'm loving my 5g networking tho, have it for the house
  15. GeoSquigg

    Portable Desktop Setup.

    In short, buy a laptop the problem with building a portable desktop is carrying the peripherals too. "pretty low budget," Smaller builds cost as much, if not more than an equally powerful ATX system. For whatever reason, ITX costs a ton of money When i first started working here, we used solidworks on thinkpad E580s with i5s and 16g of ram. We do offhighway and military transmissions, so you'll be fine modeling whatever the school will need you to. These can be had for less than $500 new and throw in an 8g ram stick for less than $75 Next best to not getting a laptop and keeping it semi portable would be a smaller all in one computer that runs windows OS