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About mutedcurmudgeon

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  • Birthday 1997-08-09

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Profile Information

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  • Location
    Houston, TX
  • Interests
    PC building & troubleshooting, video editing, general tech, FIRST robotics, PC & console gaming, vinyl, music, legos, reading.
  • Occupation
    Full time college student


  • CPU
    Intel i5 4690k
  • Motherboard
    MSI G45 Gaming Z97
  • RAM
    3x 8GB HyperX Fury - 1600
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GeForce GTX 970 4GB G1 Gaming
  • Case
    Thermaltake Core V71
  • Storage
    Samsung 840Evo 500GB, Western Digital Black 2 TB
  • PSU
    EVGA 750 G2 Supernova
  • Display(s)
    2x Acer K242HL
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D14
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K95 RGB Platinum Edition
  • Mouse
    Logitech G402 Proteus Core
  • Sound
    Coby Desktop Speakers, or Razer Kraken 7.1 Headset
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
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  1. Not sure if there is a real place to post this, so I apologize in advance, I just think this might be a cool idea for a project video for LTT. I love your more technical/experimental laid-back videos, like the SD card SSD, so I'm always thinking of ideas for new ones for y'all. A earlier this week I saw this video. The YouTuber attempts (and succeeds) at desoldering and then resoldering a nand-flash chip off of their iPhone's logic board. This got me thinking. I always remember when I buy smaller size RAM sticks they usually have extra places one the other side to put more chips. What if someone attempted to solder on more RAM? It's very hit or miss and I haven't been able to find any real information on it, but I thought it sounded kinda interesting and thought I'd share.
  2. Thanks for the suggestions! Looking into it with her right now, thanks for the help!
  3. Looking for some reccomendations for a laptop for a friend. I'm not really that well versed in the subject so I figured I'd ask. She has a budget of $800-$900(USD) and needs to be able to do some light photo editing and gaming (Skyrim, Fallout, FTL, Civ V/VI, etc), and for carrying to classes. Looking for something not super bulky, relatively light (<7lbs?) so it's easier to carry around. The graphics settings on the games don't really matter, (she isn't picky) as long as they can run on low/medium.
  4. What are your opinions on the future of cryptocurrency? Not trying to start wars just want to see what the community thinks.
  5. upgrade that gpu, that power supply too probably for starters.
  6. looks good. Good luck finding a 6gb 1060 though.
  7. You could just buy one and braid it yourself, it wouldn't be too hard I would imagine.
  8. the i5 because it's a quad core would be generally better.
  9. less than 25 cents a day, not worth it.
  10. RAM could be an upgrade if you feel like you need it, you won't see too much of a difference though unless you're doing content creation or something. It does look nice to fill those DIMMs though
  11. shouldn't be as long as there's the same amount of VRAM in both cards. But I don't think you have to worry about that with the 980ti.
  12. possibly? depends on the games really. Also the cpu could come into play.
  13. Like he said, second 980ti, you can get them for pretty dang cheap nowadays.
  14. Yeah, I like as little plastic as possible, as well as lots of room. that's always a must for me.