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MorbidAngel

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About MorbidAngel

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday May 11, 1995

Contact Methods

  • Discord
    MorbidAngel#9614
  • Steam
    MorbidAngel1337
  • Origin
    AzuyahTV
  • Battle.net
    IIMorbiid
  • PlayStation Network
    Azuyah
  • Twitch.tv
    Azuyah

Profile Information

  • Location
    Sweden
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Computers, traveling and music!
  • Biography
    Uhm, I like computers
  • Occupation
    Healthcare

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i7-9700K @ 4.9GHz
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Prime Z390-A
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair Vengeance Pro @ 3200Mhz
  • GPU
    ASUS GeForce RTX 2080 Super
  • Case
    Lian Li Lancool II
  • Storage
    Samsung 250GB SSD / Seagate HDD 1 & 2 TB
  • PSU
    Corsair CF650
  • Display(s)
    Samsung Odyssey G5 27"
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 M.K2
  • Mouse
    Logitech G Pro Wireless
  • Sound
    Razer Kraken Pro
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Phone
    Samsung Galaxy S20

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  1. Make sure the triangle at the bottom corner of the CPU is lined up with the triangle on the motherboard
  2. If you're into that stuff you can build your own with that budget. There's plenty of sites where you can find everything you need and it's not very hard to build your own. You literally just pick the keycaps, case, switches etc and then assemble it. This way you'll get everything you want. And those sites also has pre-built ones that are very nice. Or pre-selected kits that have everything you need to just assemble it. Be sure to pick a hot-swap PCB though otherwise you need to solder the switches to it. Edit: This is the site I'm gonna be using soon to build my custom
  3. Sounds like something GPU related. Do you have the newest drivers? Also check your temps of your CPU and GPU when gaming using something like OpenHardwareMonitor.
  4. My phone is about to die but in my signature is a picture of my pc. I just removed the front fans and placed the aio there and put the fans on the back of the aio. Wouldn't look as good on the 4000x though but since the Lancool II doesn't have any visible fans at the front it worked for me
  5. I googled it real quick and this guy is using that case with an Asus Prime Mobo and Corsair Vengeance RAM along with a top mounted AIO. I don't have the 4000x case but I have the same Mobo, RAM and AIO but in my Lian Li Lancool II there was not enough room to mount it at the top so I put it in the front.
  6. But the recommended specs for CS:GO is as follows: CS: GO Recommended System Requirements CPU: Intel Pentium Dual-Core E5700 3GHz / AMD Phenom 8750 Triple-Core RAM: 2 GB HDD: 15 GB of storage space GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GT 630 / AMD Radeon HD 6670 OS: Windows 7 DirectX: Version 9.0c Screen Resolution: 1080p Network: Broadband Internet Connection So I don't understand how 4 GB RAM can be so bad as you make it out to be? If you look on YouTube you can see that even 2GB of RAM is enough to run the game. And the CPU doesn
  7. Uhm, how does low RAM memory fry the CPU if you don't mind me asking?
  8. Yeah I'm still confused. I apologize I'm just completely shit at math. I'm trying to learn. Each package of tiles measures 90x90 if you put them all in a square. 90x90 is 8100 84000 / 8100 is 10.37 which is the same conclusion as your answer. Am I correct when calculating this way? Or am I making it to complicated for myself? And yeah it seems like 3 packages is way to few. Unfortunately I knew it was to good to be true lol because one package was like $15 so I was pleasantly surprised when I thought I could cover my entire balcony for like 50
  9. Hello I didn't know how to phrase it in my title so sorry for being so vague. Okay so I have a balcony that is 300cm wide and 280cm deep. I want to buy outdoor wood tiles to cover the whole -or most of it- concrete floor. Each package of tiles comes with 9 tiles each measuring 30x30cm. I am absolutely shit at maths but I tried my best and I am in need of your help to tell me how wrong I am. Basically I calculated the total area. Which is 300x280 which is 84,000 or 8.4 metres. I then calculated the total area of each tile package.
  10. Okay sweet I'll start working then and see what I can come up with! And yeah I'll have 5 different QR codes, one for each stand. And the URL's will be randomly generated strings or something that I can find online. Like one of those random password generators or whatever.
  11. Yeah I think this is the route to go. Unfortunately I'm not sure I can code that much, but I have about two weeks to show off a demo or at least give a presentation of exactly how it will work when it's done. Is it also possible for the users to log in to their account and see all their cards on the same page? So that they can see their "hand" if you know what I mean. Presumably by just taking the data from the database and showing it all on one page. And again, thank you for your help!
  12. Gonna answer you both here. I can get a host where I can store the files needed and upload the website. I also took a look at the link Nayr sent and it seems pretty straightforward. However once I've done that. Let's say people get access to the site, create a login with their password etc. What would you recommend that I do next? I feel very stuck. The idea is that they somehow get a random card, they save it (screenshot it or whatever) and then move on to the next checkpoint and get an additional card and then do that until the last checkpoint. While also making sure
  13. Yes exactly! I've searched but I can't find anything unfortunately..
  14. Yeah they used to hand out the cards but due to Covid they want to avoid as much human interaction as possible. I've never made a website/app that required any sort of login before, how hard is this? As I said it just has to be reeeeeally simple. It would be possible to even create accounts beforehand and then give each person a paper with their own login and password so they don't have to create an account themselves. If that makes it easier. Thank you for you help, I'm gonna ask you the same thing I asked the commenter above you in the second paragraph. Thanks again!
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