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ixi_your_face

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  1. Honestly? I've not seen that much of an improvment. Little things here and there like being able to scrub through AE timelines smoothly and extract things slightly faster are pretty great. I reckon most of my noticable gains have come from moving from an a mixed sata2 and 3 board to pure NVME. I can run Minecraft at 60fps now with shaders, which is pretty great. The ram boost has been quite nice, 24 was getting a little restrictive; 64 opens up some room to grow. I do enjoy watching the CPU cores tick away in Task Manager tho.
  2. Up until last month; the 1366 masterrace was (and is) going strong for me. Got myself one of them fancy pants new Ryzens now tho.
  3. In that case, the Taichi would work great for you; but if the feature set of the Aorus board is a better fit, it is also a very neutral coloured board, and if it's anything like mine, it'll have an ARGB strip on the underside of the board, so you can throw in some of them blue gamer lights too
  4. At that point it really does come down to an Aesthetics/Feature showdown. Do you have a particular colour scheme either in place, or in mind that would benefit from one over the other? What features do you want? What features don't you care about? Are you concerned about warrenty? What are the reliability of the boards? I agree with you that the ROG board is pretty ugly. All this being said, I literally just bought a new Aorus board for my next build which is currently sitting next to me, so I guess i'd have to throw my hand in with them, purely because i
  5. Fingering is the best way to get to know someone.

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    1. Rohith_Kumar_Sp

      Rohith_Kumar_Sp

      relevant, time coded  
       

       

    2. DoctorNick

      DoctorNick

      Please be aware that parental guidance is adviced!

  6. If you're able and there's no wierd IT-related rubberstamping or red tape, OpenVPN would definetley be your best bet if you had to set one up yourself. I would look into if your orginisation already has a vpn service available to other users within the municipality and hook into that. Added benifit of if something goes wrong, it's not your fault. Example: my old work was for local government; we used their VPN solution (Cisco AnyConnect) when working from home to allow us to hook into our support infrastructure on-site.
    1. UselessBread

      UselessBread

      Sodlqwhaw phvvdjhv duh mxvw hqfubswhg phvvdjhv iru haklelwlrqlvwv?

  7. Check to make sure your desktop size and rotation are correct for your settings:
  8. A quick google suggests it's a .NET or DX issue. Try reinstalling. What have you tried so far?
  9. Depends on who you speak to, development is slow and updates are often breaky. Scope creep is real. They bring some cool features sometimes tho. There's plenty of death stranding drug smuggling runs to be had, and some more recent combat missions. Mining was recently added with some cool looking things Depends on the patch iirc. My pc chugs a bit, but it's old. but i'd say it runs ok
  10. Generic response denying involvement
  11. Wait, you're telling me that you're not supposed to stand there?
  12. well if you can get into it in safe mode; prolly just change the password in there, that'll be easier.
  13. Have you checked to see if your keyboard region has maybe reset? I can see that causing issues if the password has special charicters like #, ", @ or £. Failing that, look up UBCD, it has a tool called Offline NT password & registry editor. Give that a try. I've not used it since at least win7 so idk if it still works for 10, but i'm guessing it'll work (hopefully) Also keep UBCD, super useful. afterthought edit: This will only work for local accounts, just incase someone comes along later on
  14. CentOS is RedHat with a tramp stamp.

    1. Mira Yurizaki

      Mira Yurizaki

      Try using it without internet access. It's fun /s

  15. ASUS list that mobo as having: 1 x M.2_FAN connector1 x CPU Fan connector(s) 1 x CPU OPT Fan connector(s) 2 x Chassis Fan connector(s) 1 x 5-pin EXT_FAN(Extension Fan) connector1 x AIO PUMP Header as it's an AIO, you'd wanna have them connected to the CPU fan connectors (most likely). So to answer your question: No. You need an extension/splitter/hub thing. if you wanna be Mr FancyPants, you could go for something like the NZXT Grid+ V3 or this. If you don't care about crazy stuff like PWM, you could go the old-school splitter way instead.
  16. Have you checked your network discovery settings?
  17. If you're doing it for your own use, pretty much any drive formatting facility will be good enough for your needs. You can format the ssd from windows' installer, if you delete the partitions in the drive selection menu. But if you want to be thorough, you can install Linux on a USB stick and boot to that, format the SSD from Linux using a facility like GParted and then install windows after that. But to be honest, you'd probably just be faster popping the windows install media in and deleting the partitions.
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