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On 5/4/2019 at 8:05 AM, BigRom said:

Even Jeff Bezos probably has less ****ing RAM in his Amazon servers

I'm pretty sure Amazon has its memory in PBs. Top 1 supercomputer has close to 3PB of memory.

And thus this is probably my biggest experience with non-techies

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Two weeks ago:

Red flags of a virus-infected computer:

- An 8650U quad-core idles at 50 percent.

- The desktop wallpaper is a ransom message (Cerber).

- The downloads folder has exactly 11.3 gigabytes of sketchy files.

- All the "zip" files have an .exe extension appended to them.

- There is a folder in C:/Program Files/Microsoft called "User Account Pictures" where all the "pictures" are exe files.

- A flash drive I plugged in with a copy of Malwarebytes was instantly encrypted.

- When I finally got Malwarebytes on there, it found 1052 threats.

 

Yeah, I think there's a virus.


I can crash a computer in 30 seconds by running a .bat file with the contents %0|%0.

I can crash a computer in 1 second by yeeting it.

I also now have about 7 GB of viruses on an autorun flash drive.

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On 4/26/2019 at 12:29 PM, Kaloob said:

Ah, okay. 

My Ryzen 3 1200 was at 3.7 at 1.40. I'll probably stick to my current clocks, I have the Spire, and don't want to go near the "max safe voltage" of 1.425V. 

Thanks, though!

Holy Toledo, that’s pretty bad, I got 4GHz at 1.4 easy

 

Edit: I just remembered that I did actually have to lower the clocks a bit after my pc crashed in one particular game, however, this was only because I did not have time to continue messing with the OC

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Pc Specadoodles:

CPU: Ryzen 3 1200

motorbored: ASRock B450 Steel Legend

Graphics: MSI Armor RX 470

Memeory-Rams: 8GB DDR4 Viper Patriot 2400

HDD: 1 TB Hitachi Mechanical

SSD’s: 256GB 860 EVO, 128GB 850 PRO

PheadHones: Logitech G430's

Keybored: Logitech G413 Carbon

Moose: Steelseries Rival 110

Monitor: 1600x900 21.5 " Gateway monitor. Running at 1080p

PSU: 700W ThermalTake Smart RGB

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58 minutes ago, Schnoz said:

Two weeks ago:

Red flags of a virus-infected computer:

- An 8650U quad-core idles at 50 percent.

- The desktop wallpaper is a ransom message (Cerber).

- The downloads folder has exactly 11.3 gigabytes of sketchy files.

- All the "zip" files have an .exe extension appended to them.

- There is a folder in C:/Program Files/Microsoft called "User Account Pictures" where all the "pictures" are exe files.

- A flash drive I plugged in with a copy of Malwarebytes was instantly encrypted.

- When I finally got Malwarebytes on there, it found 1052 threats.

 

Yeah, I think there's a virus.

Schnoz Virus Tips 

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1 hour ago, GrockleTD said:

Holy Toledo, that’s pretty bad, I got 4GHz at 1.4 easy

 

Edit: I just remembered that I did actually have to lower the clocks a bit after my pc crashed in one particular game, however, this was only because I did not have time to continue messing with the OC

I got 3.9 at 1.29 V on my 1600. 


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1 minute ago, Kaloob said:

I got 3.9 at 1.29 V on my 1600. 

Yes, but this comment was directed at the voltages required for the R3 1200


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motorbored: ASRock B450 Steel Legend

Graphics: MSI Armor RX 470

Memeory-Rams: 8GB DDR4 Viper Patriot 2400

HDD: 1 TB Hitachi Mechanical

SSD’s: 256GB 860 EVO, 128GB 850 PRO

PheadHones: Logitech G430's

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PSU: 700W ThermalTake Smart RGB

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19 minutes ago, GrockleTD said:

Yes, but this comment was directed at the voltages required for the R3 1200

Yeah, that CPU didn't OC very well.

I was actually at 1.44, above the safe voltage... 

Temps were OK though...


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Bringing you another episode of: "Stupid Quotes from Non-Techies"

 

"My phone's CPU is better than a 9900K!!!!!!!!"

 

"Apple is under priced!!!!!!"

 

"Android is stupid and expensive!!!!!!"

 

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"All computers are created equal."

 

"A Raspberry Pi is more powerful than a 2500K."

 

"VGA is the best cable type."

 

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"Beats are under priced."


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36 minutes ago, Gegger said:

"Apple is under priced!!!!!!"

 

"Android is stupid and expensive!!!!!!"

 

"Beats are under priced."

All I hear at my school is that all Android phones are dirt cheap and are for poor people, contrary to this. 

Also, my school has a lot of Airpods and Beats praise. I do not see the point of Airpods, as even the wired Earbuds are overpriced at $25.


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Phone: Samsung Galaxy s8 64GB (with a 200 GB MicroSD card)

 

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Intel Pentium N4200|4GB RAM|64GB SSD|32GB MicroSD card|Intel HD 510|Acer 3 amp power brick

 

Dell Latitude D630:

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57 minutes ago, Kaloob said:

All I hear at my school is that all Android phones are dirt cheap and are for poor people, contrary to this. 

The funny thing about all this is that a typical Android flagship costs nearly as much as the top-level iPhone in its baseline configuration 


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11 minutes ago, D13H4RD said:

The funny thing about all this is that a typical Android flagship costs nearly as much as the top-level iPhone in its baseline configuration 

I know! I'd be ok if Android flagships were called a "poor man's phone" if they were cheap! In fact, I'd be very happy, because at least phones would be cheaper! 

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Though I wouldn't say flagship Androids costs more than a flagship iPhone. *Looks at s10 prices*

Nevermind.

 


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I know this isn’t really relevant to this thread but @Schnoz @Kaloob it ended up taking 1.44V to get 4 gigglehurts stable


Pc Specadoodles:

CPU: Ryzen 3 1200

motorbored: ASRock B450 Steel Legend

Graphics: MSI Armor RX 470

Memeory-Rams: 8GB DDR4 Viper Patriot 2400

HDD: 1 TB Hitachi Mechanical

SSD’s: 256GB 860 EVO, 128GB 850 PRO

PheadHones: Logitech G430's

Keybored: Logitech G413 Carbon

Moose: Steelseries Rival 110

Monitor: 1600x900 21.5 " Gateway monitor. Running at 1080p

PSU: 700W ThermalTake Smart RGB

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3 hours ago, GrockleTD said:

I know this isn’t really relevant to this thread but @Schnoz @Kaloob it ended up taking 1.44V to get 4 gigglehurts stable

I did that on my Ryzen 3 (3.7 GHz) with the Stealth. What cooler do you use?


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Phone: Samsung Galaxy s8 64GB (with a 200 GB MicroSD card)

 

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Acer Spin 15 64GB Chromebook:

Intel Pentium N4200|4GB RAM|64GB SSD|32GB MicroSD card|Intel HD 510|Acer 3 amp power brick

 

Dell Latitude D630:

Intel Core 2 Duo T7300|4GB DDR2|Mobile Intel 935 Express Chipset|1440x900 display|No HDD

A bunch of Dell Vostro 1000s

An old Powerbook G3

And an old 17" Macbook Pro Mid-2007

 

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Just now, Kaloob said:

I did that on my Ryzen 3 (3.7 GHz) with the Stealth. What cooler do you use?

Deepcool gammaxx 400


Pc Specadoodles:

CPU: Ryzen 3 1200

motorbored: ASRock B450 Steel Legend

Graphics: MSI Armor RX 470

Memeory-Rams: 8GB DDR4 Viper Patriot 2400

HDD: 1 TB Hitachi Mechanical

SSD’s: 256GB 860 EVO, 128GB 850 PRO

PheadHones: Logitech G430's

Keybored: Logitech G413 Carbon

Moose: Steelseries Rival 110

Monitor: 1600x900 21.5 " Gateway monitor. Running at 1080p

PSU: 700W ThermalTake Smart RGB

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48 minutes ago, GrockleTD said:

Deepcool gammaxx 400

How much better is it than the Wraith Spire?


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Dell XPS 420:

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Phone: Samsung Galaxy s8 64GB (with a 200 GB MicroSD card)

 

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Acer Spin 15 64GB Chromebook:

Intel Pentium N4200|4GB RAM|64GB SSD|32GB MicroSD card|Intel HD 510|Acer 3 amp power brick

 

Dell Latitude D630:

Intel Core 2 Duo T7300|4GB DDR2|Mobile Intel 935 Express Chipset|1440x900 display|No HDD

A bunch of Dell Vostro 1000s

An old Powerbook G3

And an old 17" Macbook Pro Mid-2007

 

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12 minutes ago, Kaloob said:

How much better is it than the Wraith Spire?

It is a 140W cooler


Pc Specadoodles:

CPU: Ryzen 3 1200

motorbored: ASRock B450 Steel Legend

Graphics: MSI Armor RX 470

Memeory-Rams: 8GB DDR4 Viper Patriot 2400

HDD: 1 TB Hitachi Mechanical

SSD’s: 256GB 860 EVO, 128GB 850 PRO

PheadHones: Logitech G430's

Keybored: Logitech G413 Carbon

Moose: Steelseries Rival 110

Monitor: 1600x900 21.5 " Gateway monitor. Running at 1080p

PSU: 700W ThermalTake Smart RGB

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* Manager freaking out * : How come user X doesn't have *business application* installed?? He needs this application to work!

* Calm tech * : No problem, we'll fix that ASAP!

 

... business application is an online application, you can't install it ... but knowing the users, the tech goes to \\computer\c$\user\desktop\ and puts a shortcut to the website. He then call the user and have him try the shortcut (and it works, of course).

 

User left a 5 star review praising the tech ... for putting a shortcut on his desktop ... for an internal website that can be reached from the intranet home page ... *sigh*


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27 minutes ago, GrockleTD said:

It is a 140W cooler

Thanks.


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Dell XPS 420:

Core 2 Quad Q6600 @2.4GHz|Dell OTP406 x38 chipset LGA 775|Some THICC Dell cooler|8 GB MemoryTek DDR2 800 RAM|2x WD Caviar Blue 7200 RPM 320 GB|Some Optical Drive|NVidia GeForce 8800 GT|Windows 10 Pro|Insignia TV from 2007|Havit HV-KB558CM Keyboard/Mouse combo|Amazon Basics A100 Speakers

 

Phone: Samsung Galaxy s8 64GB (with a 200 GB MicroSD card)

 

Laptop(s):

Acer Spin 15 64GB Chromebook:

Intel Pentium N4200|4GB RAM|64GB SSD|32GB MicroSD card|Intel HD 510|Acer 3 amp power brick

 

Dell Latitude D630:

Intel Core 2 Duo T7300|4GB DDR2|Mobile Intel 935 Express Chipset|1440x900 display|No HDD

A bunch of Dell Vostro 1000s

An old Powerbook G3

And an old 17" Macbook Pro Mid-2007

 

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That moment when you're sitting in class, it's silent and all, and you just go ham with the Keyboard ~90-100 wpm and the guy next to you gives you this stare as if you're hacking the sh!t out of something (and I'm just typing on a Lenovo L560). It would be interesting to see their reaction to my Coolermaster Masterkeys Pro S RGB with MX Browns.

 

 

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Just now, Pascal... said:

That moment when you're sitting in class, it's silent and all, and you just go ham with the Keyboard ~90-100 wpm and the guy next to you gives you this stare as if you're hacking the sh!t out of something (and I'm just typing on a Lenovo L560). It would be interesting to see their reaction to my Coolermaster Masterkeys Pro S RGB with MX Browns.

 

 

*mein got they must be braking into Fort Knox!*


Pc Specadoodles:

CPU: Ryzen 3 1200

motorbored: ASRock B450 Steel Legend

Graphics: MSI Armor RX 470

Memeory-Rams: 8GB DDR4 Viper Patriot 2400

HDD: 1 TB Hitachi Mechanical

SSD’s: 256GB 860 EVO, 128GB 850 PRO

PheadHones: Logitech G430's

Keybored: Logitech G413 Carbon

Moose: Steelseries Rival 110

Monitor: 1600x900 21.5 " Gateway monitor. Running at 1080p

PSU: 700W ThermalTake Smart RGB

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2 hours ago, wkdpaul said:

* Manager freaking out * : How come user X doesn't have *business application* installed?? He needs this application to work!

* Calm tech * : No problem, we'll fix that ASAP!

 

... business application is an online application, you can't install it ... but knowing the users, the tech goes to \\computer\c$\user\desktop\ and puts a shortcut to the website. He then call the user and have him try the shortcut (and it works, of course).

 

User left a 5 star review praising the tech ... for putting a shortcut on his desktop ... for an internal website that can be reached from the intranet home page ... *sigh*

Dude, I make everything here desktop short cuts, it's easier for older people to understand than say a bookmark bar or whatever. The visual representation is key, I assign a special icon to each so they can tell them apart more easily for the more older people I work with.

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So I mentioned this in a status update, but:

My CPU overclock was a bit unstable because the VRMs on my mobo couldn't supply enough power. I removed the VRM heatsink to apply thermal paste and replace the thermal pad. When I removed it, it fell on my brand-new 1060 and killed it.


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I can crash a computer in 1 second by yeeting it.

I also now have about 7 GB of viruses on an autorun flash drive.

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8 hours ago, GrockleTD said:

I know this isn’t really relevant to this thread but @Schnoz @Kaloob it ended up taking 1.44V to get 4 gigglehurts stable

As I said, mine got 4.25on 1.44 volts.


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I can crash a computer in 1 second by yeeting it.

I also now have about 7 GB of viruses on an autorun flash drive.

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25 minutes ago, Schnoz said:

So I mentioned this in a status update, but:

My CPU overclock was a bit unstable because the VRMs on my mobo couldn't supply enough power. I removed the VRM heatsink to apply thermal paste and replace the thermal pad. When I removed it, it fell on my brand-new 1060 and killed it.

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26 minutes ago, Schnoz said:

So I mentioned this in a status update, but:

My CPU overclock was a bit unstable because the VRMs on my mobo couldn't supply enough power. I removed the VRM heatsink to apply thermal paste and replace the thermal pad. When I removed it, it fell on my brand-new 1060 and killed it.

That's a bruh moment. 


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Ryzen 5 1600@3.9 GHz (1.294V)|ASRock AB350 Pro 4|AMD Wraith Spire|16GB G.Skill RIPJAWS V DDR4 @2666 MHz (2x8)|WD Black 256 GB NVME SSD|1TB WD Blue 7200 RPM HDD|6 TB of external storage (one 4TB, one 2TB)|ASUS GTX 1060 6GB Turbo (1878 Boost, 8808 Mem)|CX650M|Windows 10 Pro|Cooler Master Masterbox Lite 5 RGB|Dell SE2417HG|LG25UM58-P Ultrawide OC 75 Hz (At Max Res)|Dell SP2008WFP|Logitech G602|G.Skill KM570MX (Cherry MX Blue)|Amazon Basics A100 Speakers

 

 

Dell XPS 420:

Core 2 Quad Q6600 @2.4GHz|Dell OTP406 x38 chipset LGA 775|Some THICC Dell cooler|8 GB MemoryTek DDR2 800 RAM|2x WD Caviar Blue 7200 RPM 320 GB|Some Optical Drive|NVidia GeForce 8800 GT|Windows 10 Pro|Insignia TV from 2007|Havit HV-KB558CM Keyboard/Mouse combo|Amazon Basics A100 Speakers

 

Phone: Samsung Galaxy s8 64GB (with a 200 GB MicroSD card)

 

Laptop(s):

Acer Spin 15 64GB Chromebook:

Intel Pentium N4200|4GB RAM|64GB SSD|32GB MicroSD card|Intel HD 510|Acer 3 amp power brick

 

Dell Latitude D630:

Intel Core 2 Duo T7300|4GB DDR2|Mobile Intel 935 Express Chipset|1440x900 display|No HDD

A bunch of Dell Vostro 1000s

An old Powerbook G3

And an old 17" Macbook Pro Mid-2007

 

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