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CloudPC

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About CloudPC

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  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 3800X
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450M Mortar Titanium
  • RAM
    32GB Corsair Vengeance Pro 3200Mhz
  • GPU
    Nvidia RTX 2060 Super
  • Case
    Corsair Carbine 175R
  • Storage
    Samsung 970 pro, Drevo X1 PRO 265gb, Seagate Pipeline Pro 1TB, Crucial BX500 120GB x2,
  • PSU
    EVGA 600 W 80+ White
  • Display(s)
    CU34G2X x3
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-L9X65
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K95
  • Mouse
    Logitech MX Master
  • Sound
    Stealseries Arctis 3 Bluetooth
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • Laptop
    HP Zbook Studio x360

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  1. I'm currently learning web development and in following a full stack course. Some of the things it teaches me are jQuery, Bootstrap and PHP. I've recently discovered nodeJS and React and I have grown to like them. I want to know if it's worth learning PHP or should I skip that section and learn nodeJS and React.?
  2. I want to know if my processor will run need for speed most wanted. I have I7 4770 and I know it will run the game but will the onboard graphics be able to handle it?
  3. I am writing a simple counter in JavaScript and just playing around to see if i can change the speed of the count. I am trying to use the variable counterSpeed instead of a number in the setInterval function Please tell me where I am going wrong let x = 0; let counterSpeed = 1000; let intervalId = null; //? HTML Elements const listener = document.getElementById('listener'); const numberPlace = document.getElementById('numberPlace'); const fast = document.getElementById('fast'); const faster = document.getElementById('faster'); const superFast = document.getElementById('superFast'); // ? Counting interval function const numberCounter = () => { if (intervalId === null) { intervalId = setInterval(() => { x++; numberPlace.innerHTML = x; }, 1 * counterSpeed); } else { clearInterval(intervalId); intervalId = null; } }; //onClick listeners listener.addEventListener('click', numberCounter); const countFast = () => { counterSpeed = 100; console.log(counterSpeed); }; fast.addEventListener('click', countFast); When Click the button with the id of listener, it doesn't do anything. So how can i fix this
  4. I have an MKV video and i need to convert the audio codec from DTS to AC3. I am using handbrake to do this. My MKV is a 4K film but the dimensions are not true 4K (3840 x 2160). Instead the dimensions of the video are 3840 x 1608. I want to know what to put in the dimensions field of the output video. Should I leave it as it is or should i change it to (3840 x 2160). Please let me know what to do. Thanks
  5. Definitely, JavaScript. That is a fundamental. Also I would suggest improving your knowledge in python to use the Django Framework.
  6. I have run a testdisk session but it is taking absolutely ages. Will it take more than a day to analyse.
  7. Thanks I will have a look, My dad has just messaged me about getting a usb to sata cable and using the HDD as a caddy. Will that work in this case. Could I access the data?
  8. How do I make an image of the drive if I cant see it on my windows machine
  9. Is it possible to send a step by step guide on testdisk. I downloaded it yesterday but not fully sure how to use it. I have been trying to use the other tool photorec which comes from the same zip but this tool is running at the speed of a snail. Also doesn't testdisk require you to copy the data to somewhere else?
  10. So yesterday I set up a new SSD on my pc. When I installed it and opened up disk manager, I found that I had a recover partition on it as it had been a windows drive beforehand. I tried to delete it through diskpart but it didn't show up there so I turned to my dad for help as he works in the IT industry. I went away for about ten minutes and when I can back I had discovered that he had put in the wrong volume number in diskpart and had run the 'delete volume override' command on my 1tb drive. That drive had over 700gb of data that I had stored on it. I know that when you delete a volume it does delete the data inside so I am wondering how I can restore the data Any Ideas??
  11. Hi, building a new system for video editing. Going to use Ryzen 5 3600X for my build and I was wondering if I can use this motherboard It's the ASUS ROG STRIX B450-F GAMING AM4/B450/DDR4/S-ATA 600/ATX Socket Motherboard - Black https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07F714FT7/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_Ll-IDbBGV9J1Q I want to know if I have to update the Bios for the CPU to work in it and if I do, can I update it without a CPU ? If I do I don't have an AM4 chip so what do I do?
  12. My guess by the look of it is that your monitor is faulty. I'm guessing that the screen is busted as it looks in the picture. Try connecting another monitor if you have one to the computer and if that doesn't work try changing adapter. Also, it's 2019 and VGA is ancient. Do yourself a favour and buy a new HDMI or DP monitor, it doesn't have to be expensive but just switch to the new graphical standards as they are much better than the old ones are
  13. I suggest that you fit the support bracket and if that does not work, I would suggest getting a better case. RTX 2080 is a big card and so it does need extra support.
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