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About Meeena

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    Cyber Security, Tech, Gaming and Music
  • Occupation
    Security Analyst


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 3600
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte B550 Aorus Pro AX
  • RAM
    Aorus RGB memory 2x8GB 3600MHz
  • GPU
    AMD Radeon RX470
  • Case
    Bitfenix Dawn TG
  • Storage
    Aorus RGB M.2 Nvme 512 GB
  • PSU
    XPG Core Reactor 650W 80+ Gold
  • Display(s)
    Acer Nitro VG270S 27" 165Hz
  • Cooling
    MSI Core Liquid 240R
  • Keyboard
    Aula forest L2098
  • Mouse
    Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB
  • Sound
    Logitech G635
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Yea that thing is rly pricey xD better take good care of it xD
  2. Noctua's paste is rly good It's just way more expensive than other almost-equally-good pastes. TG is the one that dries out. And actually no if you are in a hot environment, it's more likely that you will hit 80° or above so it would be way better to use other pastes in this case. Where did you get ht-h2 btw? Couldn't find any when I was buying!
  3. Yup, yours looks legit. Actually mx-4 is pretty good. Compared to noctua, it's way cheaper and the temperature difference would be like 2-3 degrees. Same for thermal grizzly, but this one has a major drawback, it dries out at 80 degrees. MX-4 can do 150 degrees continuous use. Thermal grizzly is rly great if you're into sub-zero cooling.
  4. Hey peeps, I bought an Aula L2098 back in March and since then, I've used it very very lightly (I'm only home 3 days a week) and recently it started to fail. Many keys just stopped working so I'm going to get a new keyboard. I'm considering the Logitech G910 orion spectrum and I've seen many mixed reviews about it. The thing about it is here in Egypt it's kinda cheap (2000 egp) compared to corsair K95 (almost 4000 egp) or even the K70. I'd like some feedback from anyone using it or have used it. Thanks
  5. I bought it from Sigma computer store. And to be sure you got the original product, scan the qr code on the mx-4 package. It should tell you if it's counterfeit.
  6. Everything works fine and the temps are surprisingly good tbh. Nothing to worry about.
  7. I got it from a local shop here on Egypt. It wasn't even cheap! Anyways I got MX-5 from Germany and probably will repaste everything this week or so.
  8. I didn't have time to repaste both of the cpu and gpu and ended up using it to this moment and it's still great xD
  9. Sure. I'll send it right away! Thanks
  10. Got this sensors missing error after upgrading from V81 to V83! I even tried V82 but it didn't work either so I went back to V81 I have a b550 aorus pro ax, R5 3600, MSI core liquid AIO and an RX 470.
  11. I'm using XPG core reactor 650W with my B550 aorus pro ax, R5 3600 and an RX 470 (which is more power hungry than 1050 ti) with no problem at all!
  12. Yea I've noticed that too but as long the qr code works or you bought directly from arctic store you should be good to go
  13. yea and apparently there are some other indicators other than the qr code. when I contacted arctic and sent the pics for my paste they told me so but didn't point out those differences in packaging. but I mean at least it kinda works lol
  14. Well, I contacted arctic and they confirmed it's counterfeit product unfortunately. Performance wise, I'm still using it till now and it's actually not bad xD I bought an MX-5 from arctic's site from germany tho (a friend got it for me from there) but didn't apply it yet