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Yongtjunkit

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    Yongtjunkit reacted to BlueChinchillaEatingDorito in Broken plastic on a pendrive usb connector   
    Plastic isn't conductive so it's not going to cause any issues. Might be annoying to get out if it does get stuck, that's all. 
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    Yongtjunkit reacted to GoodBytes in Windows 10 May 2020 Update - Here is everything you need to know - Out now!!!   
    Beside the new icon it has, Nope. I think Microsoft wants to allow itself to release updates of Notepad without having to wait for a new version of Windows to be released.
     
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    Yongtjunkit reacted to Master Disaster in Windows 10 May 2020 Update - Here is everything you need to know - Out now!!!   
    TBH I'd rather they take their time and get it right.
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    Yongtjunkit reacted to GoodBytes in Windows 10 May 2020 Update - Here is everything you need to know - Out now!!!   
    All I can share is my experience. I don't have access to Microsoft telemetry data.
    For me, on my system, things are stable with the latest build. Performance is one I can only speak for office and software development side, as gaming is something I can't enjoy on my PC at the moment due to its aged old specs. On this forum, under the Windows Insider thread, there was one person who raised performance issues on his games, but that was several builds ago. I don't know if its been rectified, or if it was affecting him only. They aren't many people from this forum who partake in the Insider program, or at least that actively participate in that thread.
     
    I am on the Fast Ring which is supposed to be the least stable build but the latest. That said, Slow Ring is supposed to be a more deeply tested version. Then you have the Release Preview Ring, which focuses more on app changes, and they only get a new release of Windows when it reaches the final stage of testing. If you wonder, this build has yet to be released there.
     
    That said, Microsoft, and same here, suggest to have a good backup going if you plan to join the Insider program, and be prepared to clean install Windows 10 at any time, 'cause you just never know.
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    Yongtjunkit reacted to GoodBytes in Windows 10 May 2020 Update - Here is everything you need to know - Out now!!!   
    New rumors suggests it will be end up being renamed to May 2020 Update, and release in May, due to the current situation.
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    Yongtjunkit reacted to SansVarnic in Cpu vs gpu on a laptop, which is better ?   
    CPU's do not fold well and is a waste electricity.
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    Yongtjunkit reacted to ki8aras in Cpu vs gpu on a laptop, which is better ?   
    gpus are MUCH-MUCH better in terms of calculations per second(i know its not the correct way to say it but idc) so if you wanna use only one of  the components for folding then you should definitely use the gpu, of course the best case scenario would be to use both components for folding(just sayin)
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    Yongtjunkit reacted to NZgamer in Cpu vs gpu on a laptop, which is better ?   
    Usually GPUs are more effective in F@H whereas BOINC is more CPU intensive
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    Yongtjunkit reacted to Kilrah in Laptop slow bootup/ bootup delay after installing KB4535996   
    Yes, there has been quite some talk about it. 
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    Yongtjunkit got a reaction from AngryPandaPC in Thread for Linus Tech Tips Video Suggestions   
    Video editor PC upgrade from intel CPU to Ryzen threadripper 
     
     
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    Yongtjunkit reacted to Arika S in Be wary of free antiviruses - Avast selling non-anonymous user data   
    as always; If you're not paying for a product, you are the product.
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    Yongtjunkit reacted to Commodus in Security updates for Windows 7 ostensibly end tomorrow, but also officially continue until 2023   
    Antivirus software only protects against known exploits that it can defend against.  If it's a zero-day exploit or something the AV software couldn't stop regardless, you're still in trouble.  I'm sure many WannaCry targets were running AV software, too... ask them how well that worked.
     
    Good IT security doesn't involve hoping your anti-malware tools will make up for known vulnerabilities in the underlying OS.  If you actually want an airtight system, you run an OS that's still actively receiving security updates.  No exceptions.
     
    Also, as I told jagd earlier, please don't assume that the world revolves around you.  You might not want your PC linked to your phone, but that doesn't mean others can't appreciate it.  You have a slight point on sending info to MS, but if you're in that kind of situation and genuinely concerned the info could be misused, you can likely either block the transmissions or make arrangements with Microsoft to limit collection.
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    Yongtjunkit reacted to homeap5 in UEFI or UEFI+LEGACY for win 10 instlalation?   
    This limitation is only for boot drive. If your boot drive is smaller than 2TB, you can have legacy boot and still use drives (other than boot) larger than 2TB with GPT partition table.
     
    And secure boot may work or not - depends on hardware. No real benefits of using it.
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    Yongtjunkit reacted to homeap5 in UEFI or UEFI+LEGACY for win 10 instlalation?   
    Not really, USB you're using for boot is disk too.
     
    Just follow that link I gave you or stay with legacy boot . There is no big difference anyway. If your system boots then just use it.
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    Yongtjunkit reacted to Spotty in Loud PSU fan   
    It means: "No-one would buy a crappy 250W power supply so let's just lie and call it a 500W so we can trick people into buying it"
    Why does it say +12V 21A but +12V 192W max? That doesn't add up. 12V 21A is 252W. 192W max on 12V would be only 16A.
     
     
    Quick google search shows it selling in Malaysia for between $8-$11 USD. At least it comes with a free power cable. ?
    "Micro ATX" is wrong, but if the dimensions listed there are correct then the power supplies you were looking at won't fit in your case. 125mm (W) x 63mm (H) x 100mm (L) are the dimensions for SFX size PSUs. A standard ATX power supply won't fit in the case.
    ATX PS/2 (standard power supplies like the ones you were shopping for) are 150mm (W) x 86mm (H) x ≥140mm (L)
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    Yongtjunkit reacted to Whiro in Replace thermal paste on intel cpu   
    Yes that’s what I meant, so cpu will be sitting on that plastic not on the pins.
     

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    Yongtjunkit reacted to Whiro in Replace thermal paste on intel cpu   
    I seriously was trying to think about any scenario where this may be possible but I got nothing. Even if you decide (for some really strange reason) to take out cpu from the socket and put the cpu on the table when applying new paste your pins on the socket are far far away ?  
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    Yongtjunkit reacted to Bombastinator in Replace thermal paste on intel cpu   
    Yes.  That
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    Yongtjunkit reacted to Mezoxin in Which psu is better?   
    coil whine is normal and its completely random when it happens and varies according to operating conditions and psu orientation inside the case , sticking your ear next to the PSU will almost certainly make you hear coil whine , i wouldn't exchange a psu if it had coil whine unless it's too loud and audible from a distance that you would normally be with when operating your pc   and causing significant discomfort , the whine noise is high frequency and very directional  and can easily be dampened by changing the orientation of the case 
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    Yongtjunkit reacted to Tanopo in Which psu is better?   
    Well that is when the warranty kicks in i guess(if you dont like it). I think if you'll get a replacement psu the whine will be gone on that one. However i dont think that this wine will have an effect in terms of longevity. Ive had an nvidia videocard (from gigabyte i guess) that had insane coil whine under load(much louder than the fan) and vendor was like "its normal  no RMA for you". Went to aquainted electronics guy who covered all coils with PCB warnish and all became silent(warranty was tampered obviously). Card worked ok for 3 years(then i sold it)
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    Yongtjunkit reacted to LogicalDrm in Why Linus still has good things to say about Apple products   
    So are you actually asking why Linus does his job and gives fair evaluation of products disregarding his bias? Or why he even tries with Apple when those videos are most watched on the channel?
     
    Seems to me that you have some issues with Apple, and I have very easy solution. Stop watching Apple related videos.
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    Yongtjunkit reacted to Tanopo in Which psu is better?   
    Because its on higher level in everything - oem enhance+all japan caps. If you can afford V550w its not even a discussion
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    Yongtjunkit reacted to SpookyCitrus in Which psu is better?   
    The MWE Gold is a great option, it's the best one of the units you posted.
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    Yongtjunkit reacted to Bombastinator in Replace thermal paste on intel cpu   
    I’m going to give A somewhat sloppier answer.
     
    @OlympicAssEater is correct.  The thing is that removing all the paste especially if it old, requires several goes because you need to get it ALL off.  Every last little bit. To do the rough work a paper towel is ok, but you can’t get it all off that way.  His advice will need to be followed for final cleanings.
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