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About seapriestess

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    Peanut butter
    PC Hardware
    Magic the Gathering and other card games
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    Hit it, hit it very hard.


  • CPU
    Intel Xeon E3-1231 V3 3.4 GHz Quad-Core
  • Motherboard
    Asus H97-Plus
  • RAM
    Kingston HyperX Fury White 16 GB (4 x 4 GB) DDR3-1866
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    NZXT S340
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    Samsung 850 EVO 500GB, SanDisk SSD PLUS 240 GB, Western Digital WD Blue 1 TB
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    EVGA SuperNOVA G2 650 W 80+ Gold
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    Dell P190S 19.0" 1280x1024 60 Hz, Samsung S24F350FH 23.5" 1920x1080 60 Hz
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    Phanteks PH-TC12DX_BK 68.5 CFM
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    Eagletec KG011-N Mechanical Keyboard
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    Logitech G600
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    Audio-Technica ATH-M40x
    Rockville TubeHead Tube Headphone Amplifier
  • Operating System
    Manjaro Linux 20.0 Lysia
  • Laptop
    Modded Dell Latitude E4310 to have 20+ hours of active use battery life, its just a portable youtube watcher and discord machine
    8GB DDR3L
    120GB SSD
    Linux Mint 19.3 Tricia
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  1. This driver is very odd, but I found a youtube video showing how it works so Im a lot more confident now. Thank you for the suggestion. One more thing, do you know if it works with Krita?
  2. Do you have any idea if either of those first suggestions work with Linux out of the box?
  3. Having trouble finding a drawing tablet that Im able to verify works with Linux out of the box. I would prefer one with a screen, any suggestions? Budget is flexibly $250.
  4. Windows can do fucky things with its own filesystems sometimes that cause files and even entire drives to become unindexed. I recommend using file recovery software, but looks like you already have. It could also be a problem with the drive. Keep backups and if it happens again try getting a new drive.
  5. Must be hard to pvp while hanging on to the bottom of the world
  6. That's why I said its the hard part. Doing it isn't for everyone though.
  7. Thats just what happens when you forget to bolt your electrons down, they should have known.
  8. Honestly with the way some ISP's are, I wouldnt be surprised if they purposefully put a kill switch in their rental routers so it doesnt work with with desktop linux. Do I wear a tinfoil hat? Probably. Would i put it past comcast or AT&T? No.
  9. Both are pretty piss poor, but better than a lot of alternatives at your budget. Buy either one but please don't get a grey metal box that weighs a gram.
  10. The thing is that software like that has alternatives on linux and oftentimes they are better. The hard part isnt switching to Linux, its learning a new ecosystem of software.
  11. You could do something crazy like I'm planning to do! Get a 2700x, and use IOMMU and two GPUs to make a Windows gaming and workstation VM with my main Linux OS as a hypervisor.
  12. yeah it should be able to, you could even start adding more SATA controller cards for more ports, and PCIE to M.2 Adaptors until you start running out of PCI slots or Lanes Of course at that point you might even run into power supply limitations from having hundreds of hard drives.
  13. It used to be that certain SATA controllers struggled with drives larger than 2.2TB, but thats just not a thing anymore. Also I think they perfectly understand, they were just stating the fact that its not a thing.