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  1. Not sure that'd be the best option, but thanks for the input
  2. I currently use a steam link to access my desktop on my TV, but it's not a great solution (clunky, slow, buggy, 1080p). I am interested in the new Shield TV Pro, but I was wondering if I can use it for that purpose? Can I have it turn on my computer over LAN? Stream games and desktop with over a wired LAN connection? Can I connect things like my wireless keyboard and controllers and use them? Would a USB hub work? Would the VirtualHere software work (makes computer think things are locally plugged in)? Can I install apps on the shield TV that aren't officially on the ap
  3. I'd like to clone my SATA SSD OS drive (a samsung 860 Evo) to an ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro NVMe SSD, and I was wondering how I can go about doing that? Both are are 1 tb, and my OS drive data is backed up.
  4. medium for most things, but max render/view distance
  5. So I am trying to pick a gpu for someone who chiefly wants it for one main purpose: Playing fortnite, at 1080p (med-high details), and to take advantage of a 240hz monitor. I also need to be able to get it from Amazon ASAP. What are my options?
  6. Hello I am looking to build a cheap, power bill friendly system that will act as a server for me. I would like it to run a heavily modded minecraft server, a plex server, and remain on 24/7. A small(ish), quit(ish) case would be best, and I'd rather not have it hooked up to a monitor or anything after setup (and modifications). It also has to have a TPM (Trusted Platform Module), and run windows 10. Any suggestions? US location, budget is basically as low as possible while doing what I want it to do.
  7. This white spot issue seems very concerning, how noticable is it?
  8. +1 for the idea of a modded experience with a decent modpack that uses a somewhat recent version of minecraft
  9. Here is the product I am talking about, it comes it $300 under an almost identical XPS 13, and similar products. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07QWLXCC7/ref=ask_ql_qh_dp_hza What am I missing here, is it too good to be true? The (very few) reviews I found seem to like it, but are they missing something major like thermal throttling issues, bad battery, etc? Here is what I was looking for in general: I need a 8th or 9th gen i7, 16gb of ram, 512gb of SSD storage, a good battery life, 1080p IPS (no need for 4k or touch), fine with 13in or 15in, a decent keyboard,
  10. Anyone have thoughts on the ASUS ZenBook 13 (UX333FA-AB77)? Seems to be a cheaper alternative to the XPS 13, with all the right features?
  11. Budget is fluid, but I'd really prefer to not spend more money than I have to. I would prefer an ultrabook, but due to the higher costs I also want to consider the best budget options. So the best options that meet those criteria in both camps is what I'd really like to know.
  12. So I am searching for a laptop, to replace my current, and aging machine. I need a 8th or 9th gen i7, 16gb of ram, 512gb of SSD storage, a good battery life, 1080p IPS (no need for 4k or touch), fine with 13in or 15in, a decent keyboard, and at least 1 USA-A port. Now I think that limits me to either expensive ultrabooks, or clunkier thicker budget options. I was wondering what are my options here? I'd rather not spend more than I have to, but I want to know the options in both categories. Thanks!
  13. So I just disconnected the 120 gb SSD I had just connected, and everything went back to being fine. Issue might be with SATA cable, or SSD, but just getting rid of both fixed it