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RoryRB

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About RoryRB

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1999-08-11

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  • Discord
    roryredblade#5689
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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    UK
  • Interests
    Pc gaming, blogging, streaming and content creation.
  • Biography
    We all die you either kill yourself or get killed,
    Whatcha gonna do ? whatcha gonna do ?
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3400g
  • Motherboard
    Aorus x570 Elite
  • RAM
    2x8 GB Corsair Vengeance 3200
  • GPU
    Powercolour Red Devil RX570 4gb
  • Case
    Coolermaster H500p Mesh
  • Storage
    Samsung 970 Evo Plus 500gb
  • PSU
    Corsair Rx750 80+ Gold
  • Display(s)
    Samsung LC27JG52QQUXEN
  • Cooling
    Dark Rock Pro 4 (with kryonaught)
  • Keyboard
    Reddragon k552
  • Mouse
    Cheap Tecknet (bought in bundle)
  • Sound
    Logitech G430
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 pro (unacltivated)

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  1. I was wondering what would be the best headset for £100 (about $125), the use case would be casual gaming and listening to music. I was recommended the Audio Technica M50x's but i wanted to know if there were any other options out there.
  2. Thanks, there’s no point in cloning the drive as then I will still have the mcaffree pop ups and stuff plus the laptop has a ton of his old junk on it and I don’t think he’s too worried about it.
  3. So I’m planning on taking out the old 5400rpm hard drive from my old go laptop and replacing it with a Kingston ssd as I don’t need anything super high quality as this is an old laptop and I plan on using it for a few months and the selling it to a friend. Anyway, would I just approach it like I’m setting up a new pc by getting a usb, getting the media creation tool etc, or would it be different ? The only thing that could be an issue is drivers but I would think that windows should preinstall all the ones required, although I might need to get the intel ones as it uses integrated graphics. All I’m asking is are there any things I’m missing or need to do in order for this to work ?
  4. No need at this point, I managed to get it working and now I’m just deleting all unnecessary software and background programs to speed it up as it’s a 5400rpm hard drive with 4gb of ram and an i5 8250U with integrates graphics (620 I believe but not 100% sure) so it’s not the fastest thing, I’m thinking of throwing a cheap 480gb Kingston sad in there and using it as a school laptop
  5. So to long story short, I decided to take my old laptop out of my bottom drawer which is where it’s sat for over 2 years without being touched, and I turned it on to get a nice message ‘diagnosing your pc’. Now this is quite surprising as the thing was completely dead 1.5 years ago (suspiciously right after I tried to delete mcaffee cause it comes with it pre installed and then gives you pop ups for the rest of your life). Now as I’m writing this the error message has changed from ‘repairing disk errors’ to the go logo with the windows loading icon (identical to the one you get when you first try to boot to windows on a new pc), to now the message you get when updating. Does anyone have an idea how it revived itself without being charged or anything from being completely dead to now updating without WiFi (don’t ask me how but it is).
  6. Is there a setting to disable the screen brightness automatically changing when the surrounding light level changes ?
  7. You can probably pick one up from eBay or whatever second hand platform is the best in your area, if not just check in every box you have, I once found a lost fork inside my power supply box...
  8. I mean it’s not urgent as the h500i doesn’t exactly have the best amount of airflow due to the restricted front panel so dust won’t accumulate too fast, but when it does it will be noticeable due to an increase in temperature. What I’m really saying is that it’s fine for a few months until you find the correct mount or feel like it’s worthwhile upgrading you monitor all together. But just remember, do your research before you buy, because if you get a super expensive monitor your pc might not be able to take advantage of it.
  9. Looks great ! Only thing is you might not want to keep a nice pc like that in the floor long term because of the dust down there, plus as you said you focused on aesthetics so why keep it where you can’t see it. What I would do is get a monitor arm and keep the Xbox one s and the clock under the monitor and put the pc in it’s place, but that’s just a suggestion.
  10. Well that’s not quite what I meant, you case is a decent case (somewhat old I assume but still a nice case new) where as mine was £14 new and everything was sharp and no screws were included.
  11. Blood, lots of blood. I still have the case and mobo from my first build with blood stains still on them. Top tip: don’t cheap out on your case, your fingers will thank you.
  12. Ok thanks for the information It will be arriving in 4 days so if I gave any problems I will update this thread.
  13. What I’m asking is are there any disadvantages, I.e a delay
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