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zeusthemoose

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About zeusthemoose

  • Title
    Veteran

System

  • CPU
    i7-8700k
  • Motherboard
    MSI z370-a pro
  • RAM
    2x8 2444mhz cl16 ddr4
  • GPU
    Asus gtx 1070 dual
  • Case
    IBuyPower Slate
  • Storage
    Adata su650 (256gb boot ssd), 1tb wd blue, 4tb toshiba x300
  • PSU
    Allied 500w
  • Display(s)
    32" Curved 1440p 144hz
  • Cooling
    Asetek 120mm AIO, 3 noctua case fans
  • Keyboard
    Logitech g613
  • Mouse
    Logitech g903 (on my 3rd one)
  • Sound
    Corsair Void Pro RGB Wireless + HyperX Cloud Stinger
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home
  • Laptop
    MSI GS66 Stealth (i7-10750h and 2070 super maxq)

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  1. Looking at the manual, I don’t think so. Other models in the same manual are listed with support for vesa but this specific one is not.
  2. You can buy a key really cheap from eBay
  3. Unless yours is one like this ^ (only in some high end gaming or customized laptops) you cant.
  4. Only thing I would change is what team you're folding for, team 223518 is pretty good! Very nice build! Looks great!
  5. Summary After a recent security report from the UK government which essentially said: it was announced that Huawei involvement in the 5G network across the UK will be ending. Companies will be able to buy and implement Huawei products until the end of this year. After that, they cannot be bought anymore and must be phased out of use by 2027. Quotes My thoughts I cant say i'm surprised this happened. I have not been following Huawei closely, so I dont know if any security vulnerabilities have actually been found yet or this is just to stop the potential of that happening. Even though telecom companies can still buy the equipment until the end of this year, I doubt they will because it will have to be replaced in 6 years at most. Sources The Verge Bloomberg UK Government
  6. Any particular reason why? If you are no longer using the laptop or dont need as much storage on it, you could move that hard drive to the desktop and get more storage for games.
  7. The Msi b450 Tomahawk Max is one of the best b450 motherboards that exists. It should be good for overclocking. You might want to take a look at the motherboard tier list linked in my signature, it shows the best motherboards.
  8. The heat from the cpu is taken by the liquid, but the liquid itself needs to be cooled.
  9. You should have let it dry for much longer before turning it on again. Best thing to do is disassemble it as far as you can, clean any visible water with a paper towel, and let it air dry for about a week. Clean any corrosion you see with rubbing alcohol. Let it dry for a little bit longer after that. After that, you can try to diagnose what is broken. It’s impossible to tell now. Once it is completely dry, see if it works. If it doesn’t (very likely), comment here with what is happening and we can diagnose from there.
  10. First off, wait a few months for new hardware to release. Secondly, sli is pretty much dead so adding a second 2080ti is pointless. What country are you in and what is your budget? We can help with a better part list.
  11. I believe its so the cpu is cooled with the cooler air from outside the case instead of the warm air thats leaving the case which wouldnt work as well.
  12. I just looked at a video of the laptop, and it seems that the thermal pad is designed to connect the bottom of the laptop to the ssd. This is so it can use the bottom of the laptop as a large heat-spreader. Because of this, I don't think you need a separate heatsink.
  13. If your laptop has space for it, I would get it. It can reduce temps on the drive by upto 10-20c.
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