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About UL_42L

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  • Birthday May 31, 2000

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  • Location
    Ashland, Ohio
  • Gender
  • Interests
  • Biography
    I'm a teenager born and mostly raised in Ohio. I don't have many redeeming qualities, but I think I'm generally improving with age.
  • Occupation


  • CPU
    Intel Core i5-4460 (4 Cores @ 3.2 GHz)
  • Motherboard
    MSI H81M-E34
  • RAM
    G.SKILL F3-10600CL9S-8GBNT (1x8 GB)
  • GPU
    XFX R9-390P-8DF6
  • Case
    XION XON-310_BK
  • Storage
    Western Digital WD10EZEX-22BN5A0 (1 TB)
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA NEX750B
  • Display(s)
  • Keyboard
    Hewlett-Packard SK-2885
  • Mouse
    Logitech M-RBH113
  • Sound
    Turtle Beach PX22
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro (64-bit)
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. Very good, thank you! This seems like a perfect choice. However, I can only seem to find refurbished ones for that cheap. Can I trust those to be reliable? Would you mind showing me where you find them so cheap?
  2. 1. Budget & Location The budget for this build is simply as cheap as possible, which means go under the budget if you can, please. Giant letters to make sure this point as seen. The MAX (don't forget the giant text) is assumed to be $250 - $300 US dollars. 2. Aim This PC is for web browsing, personal small-scale photo storage, and e-mail. As long as the parts are reliable, nothing else is much of a concern. There shouldn't be any dedicated GPU (assuming the system will include integrated graphics, which would be best). 3. Monitors
  3. Sounds a bit like a memory issue, as that error is caused by attempting to access an incorrect memory address. Do you have any other confirmed working RAM to test the system with? You can also try memtest.
  4. Directly from a Verizon page:
  5. I'm afraid I need something fast, and $40 and shipping isn't fast for me. I don't know what's bad either, but I'm willing to try re-flowing every part. I'm just not sure exactly what areas to point at.
  6. I believe it gets rather high, somewhere around 800 F or maybe even hotter. Do you have any idea where I should point it? Preferably instructions for the full process...
  7. The only guide I've found for such a thing is for laptop motherboards that had dead GPUs. That's why I asked how I would do such a thing, or if it would even help.
  8. Today, the machine I've been using as a server died without apparent reason. I noticed the fans were running loudly, and when trying to restart it, it would sound normal at first, then enter a loop of the fans running loudly. No beeps, but it was making a slow clicking sound (probably not the hard drive). After a couple hours of testing it and ruling out the PSU and other components, I've come to the conclusion that the motherboard (GIGABYTE GA-MA790GP-UD4H) has failed. While I realize it's not recommended and most likely not a permanent fix, I don't have any money and the machine
  9. It sounds like an ultra-wide version of 1080p. It has less pixels than 2k (2560x1440), but it's wider.
  10. I would like to know how the sound at the beginning of this song is created and what I should call it. I did ask a similar question on Reddit, but the answer I got made no sense to me. I'm hoping someone here can help. WARNING: LOUD
  11. I'm probably the most perfect horse person to answer that! What you want to know is how to run the 'executable', right? On windows, they're called EXEs and you simply call them - well, in Linux, it's not very hard. There are two things you generally need to do: 1) Ensure that the file is permitted to be run by whatever user account you will be running it as. If you aren't sure, you can simply use the following command: sudo chmod a+x filename where filename is replaced with the name of the executable. 2) From inside the directory the file is in, simply typ
  12. SMART is a hard drive status system. If you're getting an error from it, that probably means bad things for the drive.
  13. Still love that avatar. <3

  14. I have an Intel Core i5 4460. It seems to be very similar to your processor in many ways. The only difference I notice at a glance is the socket type. This processor is good for gaming only, but in CPU-intensive games, multi-tasking becomes an issue. Additionally, it won't really help with things like rendering video very much. Immediate Edit: I also have a second monitor running on the iGPU, so that's quite likely a large factor.
  15. It's extremely simple, you just drag the parts you want to use on and drag across the board to wire things together. The difficult part is the coding...