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About DioOmicida

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  • Birthday Sep 06, 1992

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  • Occupation
    Oracle/Java Programmer


  • CPU
    I5 6600k @ 4.7ghz
  • Motherboard
    Asus Z170 Gaming Pro
  • RAM
    G.Skill Ripjaws 4 Series 16GB
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 970 Gaming 4G
  • Case
    Deepcool Tesseract
  • Storage
    128gb SanDisk SSD / 500gb HDD
  • PSU
    XfX Pro 850w
  • Display(s)
    2 x Acer 23'' 1080p IPS
  • Cooling
    Hyper 212 Evo
  • Keyboard
    Azio MGK1
  • Mouse
    Logitech G303
  • Operating System
    Win 10

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  1. I have the OnePlus 7Pro 5g on a Sprint plan in the US. A week ago I noticed my phone having issues using mobile data. Speedtest.net readings always fell between .01-.2 and sometimes up to 5mbps if I am lucky. Sprint did a speed test for me from their end and it read about 5 as well. No matter the settings adjusted or the phone being reset, nothing seemed to fix the connection issues. Employees both at the repair center and the store clerks couldn't fix the problem. I had the phone replaced with another model assuming the issue was with the network antenna inside the phone. However,
  2. I guess worst case situation I just have a 16 gig kit and then just sell the 8 gig kit. Maybe the two channel sets run independently of one another and I'll get lucky.
  3. I know its general principle that RAM not be mixed and matched and that its better to just get a matching kit. However, if I had an 8(2x4)gig Kit but a 4 slot motherboard could I: Add a set of 2x8 in the existing free slots of different brands? I wouldn't think it would matter. Would I still need to consider matching voltages, speeds, timing, etc. between the old set and the new set? Or because they're on a separate channel that wouldn't matter? Thanks
  4. You do look like you have a fat wallet. That's what we are hear for.
  5. It should still function properly you'll just not be performing as good as it could I would think. Just think of it like having a 120mm RAD instead.
  6. Posted 7 minutes ago · Original PosterOP Do you guys think something like this is over kill? Nothing is if you have the money to spend on it. lol But you are on the right track for what you should upgrade.
  7. As long as they are properly channeled they should since they are the same speed and latency. If anything, it'll just cause random system shut downs and you'll know the problem.
  8. AIO coolers don't last forever, like anything mechanical. Does it feel like its running hot or causing stuttering?
  9. I honestly use all the spare twist ties I have around. Bundling the cables together in one line creates a clean job. Spending a little money on cable ties might be worth the investment.
  10. No worries. Just here getting each others back.