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Mohenjo

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About Mohenjo

  • Title
    "Technically" a certified computer expert
  • Birthday Oct 10, 1998

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    iwin123u
  • Origin
    Armenia
  • Battle.net
    HA you cant take MY life wow
  • PlayStation Network
    ill play your station
  • Xbox Live
    yes i am alive...
  • Twitch.tv
    i do not have spasms
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    ill twitt ur er
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  • Location
    Seattle Wa
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Computers|Gaming|Art|Anything that makes me laugh|
  • Occupation
    Bestbuy

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  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    Msi Gs65 / i7, 1060

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  1. So i just recently replaced my MSI gs65 cpu fan (i7-8750h, 1060) with one i got off ebay (original died on me). the issue im running into is it seems the fan i got has an rpm max of 5000 instead of 6000 like the original one did. replacing the motherboard requires an entire motherboard flip and i do not want to go through that again just to run into the same problem. essentially what im asking is if this is ok for me to continue running. the temps i get when stress testing is about 90c on the cpu and about 86c when playing a gpu heavy game. would i be ok just slapping a laptop cooler under it?
  2. Real pleb hours, just bough an msi gs-65 (1060). gonna be selling my tower soon. RIP. 

  3. depends on the software but from what others with experience have told me, 32gb is a decent amount.
  4. ryzen 2600 isnt a bad option, although your cpu is your bottleneck i do suggest a gpu upgrade to a 2060/1660ti you would pretty much double your fps.
  5. it really boggles me that an iphone beats out most u class cpus in performance. like how dey do dat. 

  6. ended up getting a 3rd gen x1 carbon with a 2k touch display for 250 off of offerup about 2 weeks ago. love this thing to death.

  7. PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant Type Item Price CPU AMD - Ryzen 3 2200G 3.5 GHz Quad-Core Processor $94.99 @ Amazon Motherboard Gigabyte - GA-A320M-S2H Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard $50.01 @ Amazon Memory G.Skill - Aegis 8 GB (1 x 8 GB) DDR4-2133 Memory $43.89 @ OutletPC Storage Team - L5 LITE 3D 240 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive $31.49 @ Newegg Business Vid
  8. bad batch, I've opened about 10 of these and not one has had this issue.
  9. At the store i work at we still dont carry any razr laptops because there QC is crap. So im assuming it still is.
  10. holy crap hard to believe i joined the forum almost 4 years ago wtf

    1. pinksnowbirdie
    2. Mohenjo

      Mohenjo

      haven't been that active the past year and a half though. 

    3. pinksnowbirdie

      pinksnowbirdie

      Yeah I've not been too active for the past few months lol

  11. whats your budget? the HP spectre series is very good. But if you want power you can also look into the msi ghost pro though i dont think a touch screen model exists. if you want a two in one with a quad core thats thin and has a desktop grade gpu for a good price this is a good option though you would want to get an ssd for it asap https://www.amazon.com/Acer-Laptop-Touch-i7-8550U-GeForce/dp/B0756TSZCT
  12. if i remember asus boards correctly asus boards have the ability to flash the bios of the board through usb without a cpu, look into that first.
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