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Oshino Shinobu

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About Oshino Shinobu

  • Title
    Stop using Windows 7

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  • Location
    United Kingdom


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5900X
  • Motherboard
    MSI X470 Gaming Pro Max
  • RAM
    32GB (4x8GB) 3600MHz C18 Corsair Vengeance LPX
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Aorus Master RX 6800
  • Case
    Cosair 275R Airflow
  • Storage
    1TB Sabrent Rocket Q, 3x 250GB Samsung 840EVO, 24TB Network Storage
  • PSU
    SuperFlower Leadex III Gold 650W
  • Display(s)
    Pixio PX7 Prime + 2x Dell P2419H + Dell U2414H + Dell P2417H
  • Cooling
    bequiet! Dark Rock Pro 4
  • Keyboard
    Ducky Shine 3 Year of the Snake (MX Browns)
  • Mouse
    Razer DeathAdder v2
  • Sound
    Schiit Modi+Magni & SIVGA SV006
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 20H2

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  1. Your motherboard has 2 memory channels and 4 DIMM slots, everything's running as expected.
  2. I'd go for the Silent Wings 3. Part of the reason they're louder is because they have a higher max RPM. If you drop the RPM down to match the ShafowWings, they'll drop in noise a bit too.
  3. They're all the exact same other than the heatspreaders and RGB.
  4. Yeah it's fine, they're not really any more susceptible to damage from spin up/down cycles than normal desktop drives, they can handle it just the same, but with additional features like vibration dampening and TLER.
  5. I believe both the module and switch support 2.5Gbe, though it is undocumented support, but it should work, yes. EDIT: You could look at an Intel X520 on eBay, they tend to go pretty cheap used.
  6. That's a bit like asking how people make any program. It's just coding and scripts. They monitor stock on various sites and have payment methods set up that they can process orders with. To AMD and Nvidia, it's not really a problem as they're selling out as fast as they can make them. Though that said, the majority of cards sold aren't directly from AMD or Nvidia, they're sold to retailers, who then sell it to the consumer, so it's their responsibility in a way for most of it. But again, there's not a huge incentive to actually fix the "issue" as they're getting a pretty good dea
  7. Yeah, unfortunately not then, it's not something HDMI supports.
  8. You can, technically. However, you can only mirror them, so can only display the same image on both at the same time, you wouldn't be able to run them as two separate, extended displays like you can with DisplayPort MST.
  9. Depends what you're installing on it and if you are willing to pay more. For media, stuff like videos and photos, a hard drive is fine, same with general documents. For games, it will affect load times compared to an SSD, but not performance in most cases. Large capacity SATA SSDs have got pretty cheap now so might want to take a look at those and decide if it's too much for you to spend or not.
  10. Agree with this, powershell is the fastest way. @No sleep Neftali $dir = Read-Host "Enter folder to sort" $dest = Read-Host "Enter folder to move unwanted files to" $ItemsToRemove = Get-ChildItem $dir -Force -Recurse -ErrorAction Ignore | Where-Object {($_.CreationTime.DayOfWeek -eq "Saturday") -or ($_.CreationTime.DayOfWeek -eq "Sunday")} $ItemsToRemove | Move-Item -Destination $dest -force "`n" Write-Host "Items moved: `n" $ItemsToRemove.Name "`n" pause This moves file rather than deleting them, so if anything gets moved accidentally, you still have
  11. Most modern systems would still operate in dual channel with an 8GB stick and a 16GB stick paired together. Just the first 8GB on each module would be in dual channel and the remaining 8GB on the 16GB stick would be in single channel. Best to double check it's running in dual channel with something like CPU-Z after installing, but it should work. EDIT: I'd also point out that dual channel and capacity aren't really comparable. If your system only ever needs 12GB, having 24GB won't help with anything. And likewise, if your system needs 20GB, even with dual channel, if
  12. Even that's not really consumer RAM. It's workstation RAM which won't be supported by most mainstream platforms as it's ECC, albeit unbuffered. EDIT: Unless n-ECC means not ECC. EDIT 2: So yeah, they're non-ECC so consumer stuff. https://www.tomshardware.com/uk/news/intel-ddr5-4800-ram-alder-lake-cpus
  13. Maybe not so much under their own brand, but no doubt they'll be making it for other companies. They do that currently for DDR4, where most, if not all, of their own branded modules are for server or otherwise non-consumer systems, but provide chips for other companies which are then sold in consumer products.
  14. In that case, you can use the cd as you already have and keep the format of start .\"Program name".exe Though you don't need the quotes if there's no space, but it would still work with them.