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About J/C

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  • Location
    United States
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Computers, Gaming, Graphic Design
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  • CPU
    Intel Xeon E3-1241 V3
  • Motherboard
    AsRock H97M PRO 4
  • RAM
    G. Skill Sniper (8GBx2) (4GBx1) 16GB + 4GB
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 1060 Armor OC
  • Case
    Source 210 Elite
  • Storage
    Crucial BX100 120GB, 1TB Western Digital Caviar Blue, 2x 500GB Seagate SSHD
  • PSU
    EVGA 650 GQ
  • Display(s)
    Acer R240HY
  • Cooling
    Cryorig H7, 2x Arctic F12, 1x Stock NZXT Fan
  • Keyboard
    1STPLAYER Fire Dancing Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Sentey Nebulus
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Google Photos(For photos I WANT to keep.), Flickr(keep ALL photos including ones deleted, cause free 1tb storage...), then to a external HDD once a month. (Pretty much everything, or anything I want to backup.) Also note I don't take pictures too often.
  2. I've seen people use TrinusVR its a viable solution for casual VR gaming on pc. Obviously nowhere good/perfected as an actual VR headset. (ex. vive, oculus)
  3. I typically go with G. Skill. The amount of speed doesn't really matter at all for gaming. Just get the cheapest one with good reviews, you should be good to go.
  4. At this point your best bet is to directly contact msi. If you are confident in taking off the backplate and taking a look, go for it as it usually isn't too difficult. (I have not had experience with msi backplates, but have removed other brands with ease. ex. EVGA) But again I'd recommend just contacting them.
  5. What card do you have? 1060 Gaming X? Also from what I've found people needed to download msi help desk software, to get the code. I'm unsure, msi being difficult i guess... Try that and get back to me.
  6. S/N should also be on the sticker? (side of the box)
  7. Honestly I didn't even look but get the cheaper one. I have a feeling one has rgb and one doesn't.... ...lol just checked. Yeah seems like one has RGB lighting, so if you don't need that then go with the cheaper one.
  8. Yes. It will, but like others have said why not go with a newer cpu? Don't both have 4 cores, 4 threads? I'm fairly certain a i5 2500k (EXPECIALLY when oc'd) would beat out a i5 4400.
  9. I personally use Panda Antivirus as its the most lightweight imo. But I heard Avast now is also fairly lightweight as well with "gaming mode" on. NOTE: I personally do not buy anti-virus software because imo its useless, when you can just pair it with malwarebytes. This of course is your choice to make. 9/10 times you are paying for features/gimmicks not needed especially for an "experienced" pc user. (again back to the point above, not clicking random links and such, using common sense.)
  10. Honestly windows defender is fine as long as you use common sense online. (aka. don't click the ad that says "FREE $100 STEAM GIFTCARD CLICK NOW") I personally like to combo a free antivirus software (ex. avast) and then malwarebytes. I highly recommend "pairing" windows defender with malwarebytes as well.
  11. Just looking for a cheap tablet or laptop that will mainly be used to watch/play media on. (spotify, youtube, netflix, hulu) Anyone have recommendations?, should I just pick up any cheap tablet? Thanks. NOTE: I prefer Android, as I like to root. And I do prefer windows over chrome os.
  12. yes, that's fine. Start worrying once its over 80c.