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  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen R9 3900X
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Strix X570-F
  • RAM
    G.Skill 3600MHz 32GB
  • GPU
    AMD RX 5700 XT
  • Case
    Phanteks P400S
  • Storage
    Samsung 840 EVO 250GB, Corsair Force LE 960GB, Samsung 970 EVO 1TB
  • PSU
    EVGA 850W G2
  • Display(s)
    MG279Q + PB258Q
  • Keyboard
    DZ65RGB Build
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 HERO
  • Sound
    Sennheiser HD 650
  • Operating System
    Arch btw

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  1. Once you use the clean and restart option of DisplayDriverUninstaller (https://www.wagnardsoft.com/), you can just do the default for the nvidia driver installer.
  2. Yeah just download from Nvidia after using that application. Sometimes there are issues when you upgrade a GPU and don't do a complete reinstall of the drivers.
  3. I recommend uninstalling your Nvidia drivers using Dispay Driver Uninstaller and installing fresh. Your PSU is way overkill already.
  4. 2FA

    Linux Kernel 5.10 is so fucking cursed, can't go a session without the GPU locking up. Can't use the LTS kernel either because I need 5.7+ for my hardware. Thankfully 5.11 "Valentines Day Edition"  is out so maybe that will fix it but I recall the development cycle for it being rather rocky so maybe not.

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    Well the PCB in my 65% keyboard kicked the bucket so here I am using my Lily58 Pro finally which I haven't really used at all so I suck at typing/using it. For reference it took me several minutes to type this which is mostly from the ortholinearness of it.

    1. CalintzJerevinan


      How did that happen?

    2. 2FA


      A semi-known issue with my PCB and metal cases where static cam jump between the case and PCB. I was generating a lot of static last night I think. Saw a pretty bright flash when I was putting my solder sucker back on my shelf and accidentally touched a heat sink that was also on the shelf.

    3. CalintzJerevinan


      I almost killed my R7 240 GPU today trying to install it back into my DELL Inspiron 530S system and it refused to sync to my monitor.  But the GPU wasn't clicking in the PCIe x16 slot correctly.  Then I manage to fix it by putting more force down it click in.  And all I did was replace the GPU heatsink cover back on because I removed the WiFi Card because it was blocking the fan.


      Sorry about your keyboard....Ooooof

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    Ubuntu dependencies are insane. Oh want to install the Qt libraries? Here have 90% of the packages needed for Gnome too because why the fuck not.

    1. Windows7ge


      I love it when I'm trying to build or run something and it tells me what I'm doing has dependencies but doesn't tell me what those dependencies are.


      Google to the rescue, even though that fails me half the time as well. 😠

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    Used a card terminal yesterday where you had to put the chip in first to authorize using tap. What's even the point in supporting tap then?? I'm fairly certain I've used that exact terminal model elsewhere that didn't require that.

  8. I don't believe Handbrake supports muxing at all so it will always force a re-encode, as the developers state it's outside the scope of the program (https://github.com/HandBrake/HandBrake/issues/264#issuecomment-233147775).
  9. Yes I know, I said GMMK bare bones as in regular GMMK.
  10. I have a custom keyboard that is similar to the GMMK Pro in that it has south LEDs, except on a few specific keys, and a high profile case. It gives a nice backlight but I don't use translucent legends, solid keycaps here. I'd say most of the nicer keycaps out there don't have translucent legends. GMMK bare bones is a pretty basic keyboard and nothing real special going for it other than price. Doesn't support QMK/VIA firmware. Drop CTRL is more expensive but does support QMK/VIA firmware which allows for greater customization of the keys.
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    For the two other people that play WoWS:


    Guess who is #3 Petropavlovsk player on NA server?


    1. sub68
    2. 2FA


      considering I was humble bragging, yes

    3. sub68
  12. We use some software at work that by default prompts users to link a phone number as their 2FA when they finish setting up their account. In reality it supports authenticators, you just have to enable that after creating your account. We have some other software that is just starting to implement and require 2FA which supports both email and phone numbers currently with support for tokens and authenticators coming in future updates since they only just added 2FA this year. Accounting industry by the way and all the software sucks in their own way.
  13. 5G version is identical except for the 5G antenna, if anything it would use more power. Going from 95% to 81% after 4.5 hours with a little screen time very much seems normal to me. What was your previous phone?
  14. Uhh, that seems like fairly normal battery usage and seems to match up with the battery life in this article https://www.droid-life.com/2020/10/15/google-pixel-pixel-4a-5g-battery-life-how-good/