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About jman116

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  • Birthday Jan 16, 2001

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  • Steam

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  • CPU
    Intel i5 6400
  • RAM
  • GPU
    Sapphire RX480 8gb OC
  • Case
    Fractal 1100
  • Storage
    1Tb WD Drive
  • PSU
    500 Watts or something
  • Display(s)
    Dell Sub-1080P
  • Cooling
    1 82mm Fan (Bite me)
  • Keyboard
    Razer Mechanical
  • Mouse
    Logitech Wireless
  • Sound
    HyperX Cloud II's
  • Operating System
    Windows 10, Sideloaded Vista :P

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  1. I know, but I figured he'd potentially stumble across it on his own. Chance may draw us together in this moment just as one may draw the curtains in the evening after a sunny summer day.
  2. Mr. Linus, I have enjoyed your content time and time again, seen almost every video you've ever put out, even. I even turn adblock off for your channel! (If I'm using YouTube mobile, that is.) I have bought your merchandise from your infamous lttstore.com that you have promoted in every video, the 1M subscriber is a really cool design so good job on that. However, Mr. Tech, I cannot ignore this most grievous occurrence that befell me recently from a video that you had, hopefully, had an oversight in. It's natural to make mistakes! I am living proof of that! Mr. Tip, howev
  3. https://www.amazon.com/ASUS-VG32VQ1B-Supports-Adaptive-sync-DisplayPort/dp/B088MKF848 I'm looking for a new monitor to do some school work, CAD, light video editing, and competitive gaming on. This seems like it would work well and is a good price. I don't want a 1080p monitor since my current 4k one is real sharp but I know 4k at high framerates is really hard to drive so I'm fine with 1440p.
  4. Hi, I just measured the GPU sag of my build and it is currently 9/16" or 6.5mm! Would correcting this to 0 be a good idea at this point? Or should I alleviate it only a small amount since its so used to the extreme sag? The PCI-E slot is a "reinforced" slot on the X470 Gaming Pro Carbon. Sometimes I have system instability, refusal to boot/exit sleep and it gets stuck most of the times on the "VGA" light on the board.
  5. Not a custom, just buying a full system. Laptops are just so damn expensive for what you get which is where my concerns are.
  6. I am particularly interested in this unit that LTT checked out.
  7. Quadro might be a bit overkill, it is not overly taxing software, it's for Landscape Architecture.
  8. TB is a good idea, actually. However Intel hasn't been very great with their... everything... as of late, and honestly I just don't like how they stagnated innovation for years because they held a virtual monopoly. I would sacrifice the second it takes to plug in the peripherals if it meant having VEGA graphics or more cores or both.
  9. Is it safe for mini PCs like the ones that are in little boxes to be put in your backpack and taken to and from work? Not to be like super rough with the backpack, but just from like static electricity and such. Mini PCs on average are more powerful (not trying to debate) than laptops and are cheaper too, and I can have both mouse and keyboard + monitor for free one set at home and one set at work. Also, what about custom built mini PCs? Would those be safe too? I am curious and just unsure.
  10. Where the phone plugs in on the side of the osmo, can you instead plug a USBC to that port and charge the osmo. It charges the phone through it so I assume that you can.
  11. Can you transfer files or charge out of the side port where the USBC or Lightning port go? I haven't found anything on it.
  12. The build suggested by Shrekpad will perform far better. A tip: Ryzen LOVES fast RAM (Shrekpad chose '3600 speed' while you had chosen '3200 speed') and it makes a significant difference!
  13. Try using a heater to thaw it out (so it stops freezing!) Any BIOS updates?
  14. I have a 3900x with the stock cooler. It runs stable and chews through my workloads (compiling, fusion360 work, gaming) with ease. I recommend you upgrade to this processor either when the 4th gen comes out (discount!) or you look at getting the 4th gen equivalent because it's supposed to be even better due to generational improvements. If you choose to get a 4th gen, use stock monitoring websites because the product will go on sale for about five minutes max at random before selling out.