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About wraptor

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  • Biography
    Well, I like turtles :)
  • Occupation
    Studying stuff


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 3700X
  • Motherboard
    MSI MPG X570 Gaming Edge Wi-fi
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB DDR4-3600
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 1060 Armor 6GB OCV1
  • Case
    Corsair iCUE 220T RGB
  • Storage
    Corsair MP600 1TB
  • PSU
    Seasonic Focux GX-750
  • Display(s)
    Asus VX229H, AOC G2590FX, Samsung 1080p shitter
  • Cooling
    Corsair Hydro H100i GTX
  • Keyboard
    Corsair STRAFE RGB Cherry MX-Blue
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 HERO
  • Sound
    Bose QC35 II
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • Laptop
    Lenovo S530-13IWL

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  1. I'd go for a Ryzen 5 1600AF which is essentially a 2600 architecturally, just cheaper. You gotta make sure the motherboard is updated to the newest bios to support 1st gen. That said, I believe that motherboard does ship with it now. As for power supply, I'm not a fan of Corsair. I prefer something solid like Seasonic, and if you're going with such wattage (550W), perhaps get a more efficient or higher watt-rated unit for upgradability. Ram is important with Ryzen, spending a bit more for 3200Mhz would increase performance a bit if you go for a 1600AF.
  2. It depends on what you are trying to do. If it's just gaming and browsing, office etc. then go for the i5-6600K. If you are planning on heavy gaming (Max settings, AAA games etc.) while recording/streaming or just heavy gaming on its own then go for a i7-6700K. The i7 would give you maybe 2-3 more fps, but if thats worth the extra money to you then go with the i7 I'm planning on moving back to an i5 when Kirby Lake (new architecture) comes out because the 6700K is just a waste of money for my current workload
  3. Well, you used an Apple product as an example so I thought you where stupid and prob. used like pentiums on Z170 or something :Þ
  4. You won't nail those 40 Gbit/s speeds with normal devices. The CPU won't be able to handle these speeds (Unless your running a i7-6950x on both sides). And hard drives or SSD's won't get over 6 Gbps (SATA cap) anywhere soon either. So even if you're running 2 beast pc's with 2 xeon cpu's each and ~7 SSD's in raid 0 it wouldn't be that easy to get these speeds.
  5. Hey guys! I've build a pfSense router about half a year ago. It worked fine... I mean it worked great. Never had an awesome experience like this before. Fast and secure with optional security features and packages. It left me down with a headache though since I've stepped up my game and implemented IPv6. My ISP assigns an 56 bit IPv6 prefix range upon request, I can chose between 56-64, they don't care :Þ Well, that didn't work out quite well since my ISP told me my router was receiving 64 bit prefixes, so I turned on IPv6 prefix size hint which solved that problem. I tur
  6. Well, I'm sorry for comming in late... I don't use any anti-virus atm, it's not even required at all if you take care of whatever you do on the internet. To prevent Microsoft from 'spying' (Which you agreed on by installing the OS) use Spybot Anti-Beacon. To prevent virusses simply use Windows Defender (It's not possible to disable it permanently, only temporary), it's kinda enough (for me at least). Just know which site you're visiting and do not download stuff you don't know are safe (Or use a virtual machine in case you really need but don't trust). Also run ADWCleaner and
  7. Only if you reinstall windows. But you don't have to completely reinstall windows, although a clean install is always recommended for better performance, overall less crap on harddrive and such, plus the drivers will get (if you install them atleast) updated for once without any fatal errors :Þ It's up to you, but plugging in a Windows install disk/USB drive will also allow you to just simply recover the current OS installation and fix corrupted files or registery errors if needed.
  8. Hmm, It seems like your windows installation got corrupted. I cannot help you since it doesn't really tell you what process. Try pluging in a USB drive or a Windows installation disk and use recovery mode to recover the installation. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/12415/windows-10-recovery-options
  9. Yes it! There are lots of websites out there that allow you to do so (bit.ly, goo.gl, ...) You can setup your own webserver with a small domain name and code some redirecting scripts that will do the work for you. If you're trying to make links like facebook.com go to your webserver and then redirect them to the real facebook.com then no.
  10. Hey LinusTechTips-watchers-forum-people/heroes! I'm currently working on a (private) screenshot sharing program. The web end is based on ASP.NET/C# because I prefer it that way :Þ But I've gotn a lot of complaints about 'beta testers' seeing other people's screenshots in their 'manage screenshots' menu/page and even people asking me why they see someone else's name on the top left corner of the page. At first I thought it was something with my code, but after some debugging I've found that it's the page being cached. The website caches the users cookie info which causes the
  11. Corsair H100i V2 is around €120~, has a RGB color LED and you can (optionally) buy a seperate red covers to replace the grey cover plates on the pump and radiator.
  12. Here is that document you asked for ... don't show anyone else ;)


    1. wraptor


      Thanks, I'll open it right away!

  13. I was thinking about the same thing, but thought there maybe was a better solution. Thanks for the help
  14. Ow I'm sorry, thought it was a laptop :Þ Pictures are pretty dark. Buying a new one would be cheaper yes.