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knockless

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About knockless

  • Title
    Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Proxima Centauri B
  • Interests
    Breaking my 15 y/o laptop.
  • Biography
    PC noob

System

  • CPU
    Intel core i3 330m
  • Motherboard
    Dell Inc. 08CNC9 (U2E1)
  • RAM
    4GB DDR3
  • GPU
    intel hd media accelerator
  • Case
    laptop
  • Storage
    500GB HDD
  • PSU
    65W Dell PSU
  • Display(s)
    1366x768 60 Hertz
  • Cooling
    broken fan
  • Keyboard
    Zebronics ZEB KM 2100
  • Mouse
    Dell mouse
  • Sound
    Sony MDR headphones
  • Operating System
    windows 7 pro 64 bit
  • Laptop
    Dell inspiron 1564
  • Phone
    Redmi 6

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  7. Did you try roll back driver in device manager, I have the same problem with PCI Simple communications controller. Edit: I don't use windows 10 anymore
  8. In the vents of my laptop I can clearly see a lot of dust, and it overheats, I don't want to open it because it's about 9 years old and the screws are rusted. Is it safe to use a vacuum? Using compressed air on the vents will only push the dust further inwards. I don't think that the vacuum can cause static just by using it on the vents. Thanks in advance.
  9. The aspire 3 has a ryzen 5 2500U and it's under $400! But some reviews say that the build quality sucks and there's a lot of flex. Thanks Yeah. But, there's a catch, to open it up, you need to remove the warranty stickers, so the only way to get a m.2 ssd is to get an acer technician to do it for you, whereas you can access the ram without tearing the warranty seal and it's very easily accessible as it has only one screw. Thanks
  10. My budget for a new laptop is at $400 (plz don't tell me to go higher.) I will use it for studies, programming and very light gaming. (all games at lowest settings) My choice is the Acer aspire 3 with a Ryzen 5 quad core 2500U which can turbo clock up to 3.6 Ghz, and it's GPU is the vega 8. Here's a link- https://www.flipkart.com/acer-aspire-3-ryzen-5-quad-core-2500u-4-gb-1-tb-hdd-windows-10-home-a315-41-laptop/p/itmfhjgeqqj9phzf?pid=COMFHJGERTXXSRQJ&lid=LSTCOMFHJGERTXXSRQJ54TVRS&marketplace=FLIPKART Is there anything better at this price? Edit: I'm gonna upgrade the RAM to 8GB if I get it, and i will get a m.2 nvme ssd too for windows. Thanks.
  11. Oof can't be delivered to my region, and not available in my country's amazon.
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