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JustChilliing

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About JustChilliing

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  • Location
    UK
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Computers, travelling, cars, dog guy, NFL

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i5 4690
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z97s Krait Edition
  • RAM
    Kingston HyperX Fury 16GB
  • GPU
    MSI GAMING Z RTX 2070
  • Case
    NZXT h440, White
  • Storage
    120GB Samsung 840 EVO SSD, Seagate 1TB 7200RPM, 240GB SANDISK M.2, 250GB SANDISK, 250GB CRUCIAL
  • PSU
    Corsair RM850i
  • Display(s)
    Samsung LU28H750UQUXEN 28-Inch 4K Ultra HD 3840 x 2160 Quantum Dot
  • Cooling
    Corsair H80i GT
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G910
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    Bose Soundtouch, Bose QC 35
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    Alienware R3 15 / i7 7700HQ / 1070 Max-Q / 120Hz display / World's Loudest Air Cooling

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  1. Executive Summary: LuckyBoy Malvertising campaign has penetrated 10 Demand Side Platforms (DSPs) (where platform publishers sell advertising space), mostly in Europe but with confirmed cases in the US and Canada. Security vendor Media Trust has said that the malware checks for the presence of blockers, testing environments (such as being loaded onto a virtual machine) and active debuggers, and will not execute if found. The users behind LuckyBoy are being exceptionally careful at being caught for this type of Malvertising, indicating a well versed team in this type of camp
  2. I use TP Link Deco M4. The speed is normally at 80% of what I pay the ISP, during the day when all our phones and gadgets are online (around 160 Mbps).
  3. I installed 3 mesh WiFi devices once we realised working from home was going to be semi-permanant, and they have yet to fail on me after nearly a year in use. I used one of the LTT videos to help me decide what route to go for, helped immensley although from memory I don't think I used the models they used. My desktop and the other half's laptop are wired via switch into one device, and the other two are in the living room and the hallway - I only needed 2 really but 3 was cheaper. 1 feeds directly off the ISP's device, and the other 2 feed off that, and I was not required to switc
  4. I hope these translate to respectable prices for the UK market and not 1:1... Cute little thing isn't it!
  5. I have tested and it all worked - I even re-did them all regardless, still no luck. I unplugged the cables from another room and BOOM it worked... which is fine as I don't need the Cat5 in the second bedroom but I will need to install a mesh system at some point but I'll cross that bridge later.
  6. I've just tried plugging directly to the router (not practical as it's in the downstairs cupboard) and it works fine. Still don't know why it won't work in the bedroom. Surely not because it's 'too far'? I can see the room from where I am sat.
  7. I updated drivers on the ethernet card and the Windows troubleshooter, the troubleshooter only gave me the above errors with no attempt to change anything (that I saw)
  8. I have just finished installing CAT5e cabling throughout my house, a behind the walls job so not easy to undo now. I moved my tower from my parents house to my new house and all of a sudden this issue popped up. I've had a look at all the cables and everything is working just fine but now when I plug in my tower PC into the system, it shows as 'identifying' then tells me: "Ethernet" doesn't have a valid IP Configuration, and A network cable is not properly plugged in or may be broken Now unless I've used 6 broken patch cables I don't know what the issue could be,
  9. A friend of mine said exclusives are more important than the price. I disagree - those who aren’t independent, or those who are in anyway financially constrained and want the latest and greatest will almost always go for the cheaper option. Opinions?
  10. A WD Blue 500GB NVMe SSD is £67 on Amazon. Be aware that it ‘only’ achieves 1700 MB/s, not the 3000 or so the more expensive options will give.
  11. You'd struggle mightily to overheat like that! 2 exhaust fans should be more than adequate, and if you haven't already watch Linus' video on pressure in your case to help with dust. 1060 would still be a much better bet, especially if you can reach for the 6GB model.
  12. TP link make excellent boosters, but as mentioned, they can't "create" bandwidth. I find a lot of people put one on the opposite side of the house to their WAP, expecting magic things - but if your phone can't connect to the WAP then how can your booster?
  13. I'd reckon you'd need more than a 1060 to run 3 monitors comfortably, especially if you're going to run any games on all 3 monitors. How many fans does the case come with? 1 exhaust and 2 on the front would be sufficient, I imagine, but if you're okay with putting up with a louder set up, add as many as you're comfortable with!
  14. I have a G502, and the main button just snapped off (pulled it out my bag and the bottom was stuck on my zip - ping!) and I'm shopping around for an alternative but I love it too much to bother getting a different one. My brother is a massive fan of his Corsair Sabre, which I am also tempted by.
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