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About Moonzy

  • Title
    remember, anime pic = can't be taken seriously
  • Birthday August 1

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  • Gender
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  • Interests
    Technology, Anime, Manga, Cute Things
  • Biography
    Graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Mechatronics
  • Occupation
    Full-time geek


  • CPU
    R9 3900x 1.1v CCD0@4.0 CCD1@3.8-3.9 Full Load Temp 66C
  • Motherboard
    Asus x570 TUF Gaming WIFI
  • RAM
    G.Skill Trident Z Neo 3600 (running 3666) CL18-22-22-42 2x8GB (horrible i know)
  • GPU
    Strix GTX970 + Windforce RTX2070 Super
  • Case
    NZXT Noctis 450
  • Storage
    Samsung 860 Evo 250GB + Silicon Power A55 512GB + 640GB Seagate Momentus HDD + 2TB WD Blue + 3TB WD Green
  • PSU
    Corsair RM850x
  • Display(s)
    Acer XV272U + Asus VX239H
  • Cooling
    be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3
  • Keyboard
    Armaggeddon Stealth Raptor MKA-7 Cherry Blue
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder Elite
  • Sound
    Edifier M1386, Senheiser Momentum on-Ear
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home 64-bit
  • Laptop
    Asus N55SF (love n hateit, and it's dead)
  • Phone
    Sony Xperia 10 ii (love it so far)
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  1. I feel like cloud computing is the future Owning a PC is very costly and having to split the costs among many users and have the equipment be fully utilised sounds more economical Latency isn't a factor for many tasks, it's just connectivity is the issue, but when internet is everywhere, it won't be much of an issue My dream is to have a PC in my pocket, and cloud computing is one of the ways to achieve it
  2. is there a filter or something on his pc? try disabling this "allow applications to take..."
  3. tried another pc to test if it's software issue or hardware issue? maybe with your phone? (not sure if phone can take it as an input tho)
  4. is the mic directional? this is some next level spook right here maybe an audiophile can explain it
  5. shh, you do know the less the merrier right ahem, mining is bad indeed, very unprofitable
  6. hmm... some motherboard lists out connected devices, but not sure about yours not too sure about USB devices either
  7. if they're using standard connector, sure
  8. could try it, i have no idea tbh their old hub (the one in my n450) doesnt need software, it's controlled by a fan header
  9. did u install NZXT CAM then? i think it uses that
  10. is there any filter? are you being pranked? in Sounds, try "listen to this device" and look for the green bar when speaking, see if it's lit up
  11. try opening up your case's side panel to make sure it's not choking the parts with insufficient airflow if temps drop more than 5c, it's not that great if it drops more than 10c then it's kinda bad airflow
  12. can we get a photo of how the fans are connected to the motherboard?
  13. what i do (may not be the right step): 1) download and install ryzen master 2) adjust all core clock to known stable freq at low voltage (for my 3900x, i started at 3500 and 1.1v) 3) adjust voltage until you're comfortable with the temps (frequency dont change temps much, so as long as temps are fine at 3500, it should be good at higher freq) 4) slowly raise CCX freq, or entire CCD if you're lazy to validate more things until it's unstable, step back and do longer stress tests (ie, i jump 50 mhz at a time until i find unstable while running 1 run of cinebench, then i turn i
  14. pretty sure with $250 u can get a b450 board with 3300x or something, which is better than 7700k edit: i looked it up, 7700k seems to tie with 3300x, so it's still ok but $250 is still a lot for that cpu...