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Theminecraftaddict555

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About Theminecraftaddict555

  • Title
    Cat emotes is love cat emotes is life

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  • Gender
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  • Biography
    roar,woof,meow

System

  • CPU
    I7-7700
  • Motherboard
    Asrock B250M PRO4
  • RAM
    G Skill Ripjaws 8x2 16gb of ram (2800mhz)
  • GPU
    rx 480 MSI Armor OC 4gb
  • Case
    Nzxt S340 (Would recommend)
  • Storage
    WD 1TB 7200rpm HDD
  • PSU
    evga bq 500w
  • Cooling
    Using two preinstalled fans (1 front + 1 rear)
  • Keyboard
    Some standard logitech keyboard
  • Mouse
    Rival 300
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64 bit
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. Never mind already found my option already. Thanks guys
  2. Pretty much but one that is fit for a computer dual monitor setup and not so big. for ex. https://www.amazon.com/Writing-Computer-Industrial-Folding-Notebook/dp/B06XZV3F8F/ref=sr_1_8?dchild=1&keywords=Foldable+Computer+Desk&qid=1629844052&sr=8-8
  3. Hello everyone, I've been looking for a computer desk that is easily foldable (no assembly) for portability that is under 70 dollars. My current desk is too small for my dual monitor setup hence why I'm in the market for one.
  4. So the TLDR (for the gaming pc portions) is some gaming pcs that are not meeting the energy requirements are being banned/restricted?
  5. Really nooby question I know. I know that for laserjet printers, it isn't recommended to plug them into power strips, surge protectors, and UPS systems but I'm wondering if the same goes for inkjet printers? If needed, my model is HP Deskjet 3630 All-in-one inkjet printer. Power surge protector being used: https://www.amazon.com/GE-UltraPro-6-Outlet-Protector-Charging/dp/B087YPKBBF
  6. I decided to just run memtest to mainly test the cpu and ram, the components that I'm more concerned for.. Passed all 4 tests just fine for 3+ hours. So I think it's safe to say that I should be ok
  7. Hello Everyone, I just finished a pc build for my nephew and it is posting fine. I was able to leave the computer running at the bios screen and at the windows installation screen for a couple of hours with no issues. To be very honest, I never stress tested any PC builds that I did in the past and this is my first time approaching this topic. At this point, I'm looking to stress test the system to ensure it runs fine and wondering if that is even needed. I looked around and found mixed answers from "no-it isn't needed" to "yes you should". What do you guys think? If it is recomme
  8. did you try different sata power and data cables? If you already tried that, then try using another sata port on your motherboard.
  9. Did you have an existing backup of the data? If not, then the only option is to pay up for a data recovery from either your local repair shop or some other trustworthy shot. If you can't do either of that, you are out of luck unfortunately.
  10. So I'm liking the build you are mentioning so far but after some talking with my nephew, he wants to try to aim more of a higher end and better performing cpu, monitor, and RAM. Which IMO might be overkill and not needed. Never mind all good for now.
  11. Is there a non DVD drive of that case? I feel like that might interfere or make the motherboard install more difficult I also assume that it shouldn't need a bios update?
  12. https://pcpartpicker.com/product/g6vqqs/msi-b550m-a-pro-micro-atx-am4-motherboard-b550m-a-pro This one?
  13. Also for the GPU part, I already have a spare GPU
  14. 1. changed it to the ASRock B550M-HDV Micro. Not 100 percent sure if that is considered high end considering the price 2. Will change that probably 3. Will also change that
  15. Budget (including currency): 1000 to 1500 USD as listed by my nephew (Probably too overkill considering the things he does, will change based on response on thread) Country: US Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Most demanding game will be PUBG and ARK. Will also be doing non-intensive video editing. Other details This is a build for my nephew NOT ME. The video card listed in the pcpartpicker link is something we already have. Existing rough-draft pcpartpicker link is here
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