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mad dudy

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About mad dudy

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  • Location
    NYC
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System

  • CPU
    6700k
  • Motherboard
    asus z170-e
  • RAM
    G.SKILL Aegis 32GB DDR4 2400
  • GPU
    1080ti
  • Case
    Cooler Master HAF XB EVO
  • Storage
    960 pro 1tb,850 500gb,mushkin ECO3 480gb, TOSHIBA X300 6tb, seagate 10tb
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA 850 GS
  • Display(s)
    BenQ BL3201PH, ASUS PB238Q
  • Cooling
    Noctua NF-A15
  • Keyboard
    Logitech g710+
  • Mouse
    Logitech g900
  • Operating System
    win 7

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  1. you do know the windows 10 downloader lets you put it right in to the flash drive? https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/2376-create-bootable-usb-flash-drive-install-windows-10-a.html
  2. live the US never once did honey save me any money
  3. wires should be twisted together, cut shorter if it's too long then nutted. in school if my teacher sometime would take the wire nut to see if we twisted them or not then take points off if it wasn't twisted before nutted. i remember someone telling when tightening the nut the rest of the wire should be twisted a few time. if the wire nut ever melts off(i've seen is happen) the wire wont just split a part and ground itself to anything. other then for low voltage there's no reason to use anything but wire nuts. i seen those lever connectors fail in ceiling lights.
  4. if im reading this right you have a new ac unit install and it just blows out inside the ceiling without any kind of duct work to the vents? if that the case you should get your money back or have them fix that. dont do that use wire nuts. you might burnt the house if you do that with high voltage lines.
  5. get a the cheapest charger from the local store and get a cheap usb-a to c. should do the trick
  6. even if it was prerecorded who cares?
  7. i got 2 keys from Kingquin a few years ago, they both still work with no problem. 1 for desktop, 1 for laptop.
  8. snap-on tools are a waste of money. i never once seen any tradesmen using them on jobsites i worked on. odds are the $20 screwdrivers will work just as good if not better.
  9. well i have the logitech g900 after 2 or so years it started to do the double click problem. bought a g502 hero 2 or so months later it stated to do the same double click problem. im not a hardcore gamer but its still really annoying when it happens. so fuck logitech
  10. my brother pulled the the gpu off the mobo without push the clip down. so the clip flew off, then he just push the clip back in place. far as i can tell nothings broken but i never ran any test or benchmarks to find problem. computer works just fine.
  11. take everything off, one piece at a time smell them, if it smells like smoke you found it.
  12. ah that look like a good one. if no one else has a suggestion ill get that thanks @Derkoli@Bombastinator thanks for the explanation.
  13. 2.1 this getting more confusing for me and learning something new. why the does a ampless cost more? that is one less thing that the manufacturer need to put in. i guess i would have to go with the cheaper sub woofer with the build in amp in the future. i forgot to say im planing on using this on my pc, so where would i even plug the sub into?
  14. after everythings installed, go watch some porn. that one of the first things i did when i got a new monitor. then go do whatever you did before you upgraded.
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