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About reeeeeebbhdhsbdsbdhs

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  • Birthday January 14

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    Leprechaun Land a.k.a Ireland
  • Interests
    Furry Hentai & North Korean Sumo Wrestling but it must be between furries and furries only!
  • Biography
    I ate the easter bunny so now parents have to pretend that his corpse is not rotting under my flower pot.
  • Occupation
    Bold of you to assume I would ever be employed.

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  1. Am I? The screw i have in just goes straight through the cutout on the heatsink. Do i need to maybe install the bigger screw aswell as the one I have in, or take that one out and somehow manage to get the 1 to hold it all down?
  2. Here, the infamous wobble caught live on camera... IMG-0108.MOV
  3. Ah okay. I managed to get the heatsink & the SSD all in. So that's a start. Footage of the GPU to come.
  4. Okay, so I put my SSD in the other slot, (the one the heatsink was made for) and put the heatsink on. Thanks
  5. Okay, thanks. Any opinions on the wobblyness of the card when inserted? By the way, phones dead. Couldnt be bothered to get off my ass. Laptop webcam is go.
  6. I took out the two screws and the thing in the image below came off. This has a removable plastic layer on it. Wondering what ths is for. I tried putting the GPU in, and I did, but it was wobbly, so I took it out again. Is the thing pictured supposed to help it stand up straight? Please dont shit on me for asking stupid questions Thanks
  7. Stupid question incoming: So just to confirm, I'll have no issues installing a storage hard drive into the system with the video card listed? Thanks, the diagram you linked helps a lot.
  8. PcPartPicker says: The Phanteks Eclipse P400A ATX Mid Tower Case supports video cards up to 420mm long, but video cards over 280mm may block drive bays. Since the XFX Radeon RX 5600 XT 6 GB THICC III Pro Video Card is 326mm long, some drive bays may not be usable. The Phanteks Eclipse P400A ATX Mid Tower Case hard drive bays are positioned where some of the bays may be physically blocked when using longer video cards. Does this mean that I can't install a hard drive alongside my SSD? Is there a way to find out if some of the bays will still be usable? Thanks
  9. MSI B450 TOMOHAWK MAX Thanks, I'll be sure to check the manual
  10. Thanks, the mobo is the MSI B450 TOMOHAWK MAX. P.S. Why is your pfp a dancing penis
  11. Oh I see. Yes, the motherboard has 6 of them. How do I know which ones are disabled and which ones are not?
  12. I get the message: The motherboard M.2 slot #1 shares bandwidth with SATA 6.0 Gb/s ports. When the M.2 slot is populated, two SATA 6.0 Gb/s ports are disabled. I assume this just means that I cant have a SATA SSD while using my M.2 SSD which is fine with me, just making sure. Thanks
  13. Do you think a 600W would do that well? Since 650W still seems a bit much for that?
  14. Yes, I agree. The thread I started about this topic over there turned into an absolute klusterfuck with a K. It's just people arguing about shit that every single person over here can 100% agree on.
  15. Should I be scared because that's pretty much my post history aswell P.S. not forgetting about r/dankmemes