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About Tech_Dreamer

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  • Birthday 1989-09-17

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    Should i ?

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    Moodswing hell.
  • Interests
    PC hardware, Changing profile pics .
  • Biography
    Big~ish fan of Linus , PC enthusiast , Probably have changed profile pic for the 3rd time by now , Hate clickbaits .
  • Occupation
    bitching about not having a dream PC for so many years


  • CPU
    intel core i5 4460 @3.20Ghz Locked
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte H97M - D3H Socket LGA 1150
  • RAM
    Corsair VENGEANCE DDR3 8Gb (X2) 1600mhz
  • GPU
    XFX RADEON HD 7750
  • Case
    LG OEM **its something** from 2002,matx case with floppy drive slot & "errything"
  • Storage
    Terabytes after terabytes of ..
  • PSU
    550 Watts EVGA
  • Display(s)
    classified info (its awesome) but 60 Hz :(
  • Cooling
    keep the side panel off , that's my custom cooling .
  • Keyboard
  • Mouse
    5k dpi stutter~y laser
  • Sound
    Bass heavy headset
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1

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  1. This kinda move is sure to hit em in the wrong direction.
  2. Tech_Dreamer

    An EVGA 2080 Ti GPU Caught fire during light usage

    iircc according to a evga forum guy it is based off of a reference design , custom pcb's take time to manufacture.
  3. a newz pozt buy me.


  4. Watch out AMD , Competition. According to reports from a forum member from [H]ardOCP , His somewhat newly bought GPU from EVGA 2080 Ti XC edition was apparently caught on fire during light usage , he hadn't done an overclocking on the card nor been using a faulty PSU or failed cooling fans issues to point at an external user fault. This is an isolated report , not everyone's GPU is blowing up at random, mostly failing early on, which is still a pretty big issue, for the most part, But an ASUS 2080 Ti user recently reported a similar issue that apparently didn't make news on Forbes. Anyways some members are pointing at an issue of EVGA's thermal pads not being efficient enough. others saying it's a flaw in PCB design by the parent company, but this is not the first time tho an EVGA card have being caught up with fire issue, one of the previous 10XX series card had been caught having a similar issue due to a VRAM issue. 2080 flagship series was very promising with significant performance increase from the previous 10xx series with various eye candy changes , Ray tracing, shroud change, perf increase, huge 4k improvements, But recently have had an issue with early failing according to multiple reports, https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/1079930/geforce-rtx-20-series/rtx-2080-ti-founders-edition-contact-us/ one of the forum members offered a possible explanation to the situation, but might not be accurate https://hardforum.com/threads/evga-2080-ti-xc-burst-into-flame.1971627/#post-1043936330 To be fair this is something that is bound to happen in one in every ten thousands or or a hundred thousand , due to manufacturing defects & minor issues causing chain events that leads up to something catastrophic with this much complex design & work involved. any form of electronics can succumb to this , EVGA is very responsive to RMA request & user complaints afaik. so it should be taken care off without an issue. competitors might use it for dampen competition so, be thoughtful of excessive bashing. Update: from the user Source : https://hardforum.com/threads/evga-2080-ti-xc-burst-into-flame.1971627/ https://hardforum.com/threads/evga-2080-ti-xc-burst-into-flame.1971627/page-1 https://www.hardocp.com/news/2018/11/14/evga_2080_ti_xc_catches_fire_in_spectacular_fashion/ https://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonevangelho/2018/11/15/nvidia-confirms-rtx-2080-ti-problem-the-same-day-one-bursts-into-flames/ Anywho, what are yours thoughts on this? post your reactions & responses down below. Also Might be a good read : Bonus meme : Some thread responses: nVidia - "It wasn't our fault. Who knew Firestrike could strike back?!" I guess a $20 mini fire extinguisher is cheap insurance when buying a $1200 card. Damn, that sucks, only thing I had flame out on me was my refurb Sansa Clip MP3 player looped around my neck cycling home from work.
  5. anyone else got this error earlier?



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    2. BlueChinchillaEatingDorito
    3. Tech_Dreamer


      god wouldn't even come near this forum. even if he had a chance to.

    4. colonel_mortis


      Yeah, we had some issues, which were sorted by @Blade of Grass

  6. Looks like Stan Lee did film his cameo for AV:IW  Part 2 , i guess we'll get to see him again in 2019.





    1. Rohith_Kumar_Sp


      He did like 20 of them before hand. 

    2. Tech_Dreamer


      really , so upcoming future movies apart from IW would have his cameo? that's awesome! i thought that would've been his last & final show.

    3. lewdicrous


      They can still add him in using CGI, right?

  7. Interesting.


  8. classic.

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    2. Tech_Dreamer


      that's interesting.

    3. Pascal...
    4. Tech_Dreamer


      still haven't heard any feminist nagging about over sexualizing anime stuff in most main stream regions, but quick to jump in regular cartoons minor fender benders. or maybe they do not watch anime.

  9. RIP Stan. seen a couple of his interviews in the past,  Character wise , seemed like a really kind & pleasant man.




  10. Tech_Dreamer

    Favorite kind of cheese?

    mozzarella .
  11. Tech_Dreamer

    Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned

    meme or caption this.