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About APasz

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  • Birthday October 31

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    Lost within my mind but also Melb, Aus.
  • Interests
    Computers, games, psychology, anime and the Japanese culture in general basically.


  • CPU
    i9 9900k
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z390M MPG Gaming Edge AC
  • RAM
    32gb Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB
  • GPU
    Gigabyte G1 980TI
  • Case
    Corsair Graphite 780T
  • Storage
    WD SN750, Samsung 860 PRO, 860 EVO 1tb SSD, WD Black 1tb, WD Red 3tb.
  • PSU
    Corsair Hx850i
  • Display(s)
    Acer X34 + 2xDell P2314H
  • Cooling
    Coolermaster Water 3.0
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 RGB with MX Speed switches
  • Mouse
    Logitech G903 + Powerplay
  • Sound
    Schiite Modi2 DAC, Pioneer A333 AMP with a pair of Pioneer CS-51
  • Operating System
    Latest Ubuntu running either KDE or MATE. Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Depends on what you need/want. They will perform the exact same.
  2. APasz

    Graphics card in PC build help

    The back plate can be beneficial for the higher end cards but not at all for the 2060. The primary job of the back plate is to protect the components on the back of the card. Ensure there is some sort of electrical insulator between the card and case before powering it, otherwise you'll likely get a short.
  3. APasz

    How will my PC do in 2019?

    It'll do just fine.
  4. APasz

    What is correct dpi for gaming

    Speaking from experience, the absolute most important thing is consistency. That is of course if you are properly serious about being pro level. So all your first person and third person games like CS, BF, CoD, OW, TF, etc all use the exact same sensitivity. And all your 2D or desktop-like games such as Dota, WoW, LoL, etc and your windows desktop all use the exact same sensitivity. My clan and I used www.mouse-sensitivity.com back in the day.
  5. Neither the 9900k or any consumer cpu from Intel currently supports dual socket systems.
  6. APasz

    What is correct dpi for gaming

    There is no correct dpi. It's whatever you are comfortable with.
  7. APasz


    I'll be honest, nothing can be done by you about your account. Your public will change at some point unless you have a static IP. Your MAC address can be spoofed but it's not easy.
  8. APasz


    Haha, lol. Who ever is running that server is good. They've got your current public IP, MAC, and account. You are quite simply, screwed. Find another server.
  9. APasz

    Good motherboard for the 9900k

    Motherboards are extremely similar these days so focus on the feature-set but generally speaking more expensive boards will have better support. Unless you get a mobo that's been sitting on the shelf for quite a few months, any mobo you get now will already have an up to date bios.
  10. Maybe my ears are shot but kinda sounds like coil whine from the PSU. Definitely not from any gfx card or motherboard.
  11. APasz

    Rj11 to rj45

    Not entirely sure I'm entirely getting what you're getting at but you can get a transmitter/receiver (a.k.a ATA) pair that'll allow a PSTN connection over a LAN. You can not plug a PSTN connection directly into a computer network as it'll fry any NIC connected.
  12. APasz

    Cable... what is this cable called?

    Pretty sure it's proprietary, so only the manufacturer and authorised repairers/retailers/etc would know.
  13. Unless it's been updated recently, I don't think there is a way to do that.
  14. APasz

    Defective fan??

    Almost certainly mobo fan curve shenanigans coupled with build up within the fan. Generally speaking fans either work or they slow down then suddenly don't.
  15. APasz

    Uses For 32GB Of RAM?

    If you play Cities: Skylines, there are 30odd reasons right there. Anyway, you need to look at your current usage. Like are you getting up into the 13gb+ range on a regular basis.