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  1. Yeah I'm not entirely sure about the ergonomics of the keyboard since its made for the couch and on the lap. 6 months is a long time for a gaming keyboard. I'll probably sleep on it
  2. Hiya! So all my parts will come in next week and I'll be able to build my PC finally, WOOHOO! Unfortunately I have been using a laptop and don't actually own a keyboard because I'm waiting for my mechanical keyboard I'm building in the summer. Therefore I would like a temporary keyboard that will last me 6 months of casual computer stuff, gaming, and slight editing. But I would not like to be wasteful so I would like the keyboard to be long term; some couch keyboard that I can use in the living room if I would like. Below for simplified terms. Needs: Temporary keyboard
  3. Hi all!! Finally after weeks of waiting outside my Microcenter, I have finally got my 3080 graphics card!!! Nonetheless, the power supply has been a struggle and currently waiting. I saw that Cooler Master came out with their SFX power supply (yes I am aware that they are SFX-l dimensions and both will fit in my ITX build). I know that 750W will be enough for my build but needed thoughts on the better choice long term, quality, sound, and so forth. Has anyone gotten either the: Corsiar SFX 750W, Cooler Master SFX v750W, or Cooler Master SFX v850W that can give me their
  4. Case: Sliger SM560 MOBO: ASUS X570 ITX PS: CORSIAR SF750 CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 5900X Cooler: IDCOOLING IS-60 RAM: 32Gbs Storage: 1TB M.2 SSD GPU: ASUS 3080 TUF ($699) VS ASUS 3080 STRIX ($850) Situation: I am choosing either these card cause I like Asus, performance, and whatever. Both these card fits which is not the issue. The problem, besides the stock supply of 3080's, is that if I go with the ASUS TUF card then I know I'm missing out on the little performance improvement as well as the amount of stock fulfillment of getting it as soon as the STRIX
  5. This lets you download any google contents you have with google https://takeout.google.com/?hl=en
  6. I'm here for the same issue, and remember this older video of NAS sever. I was thinking a NAS server with https://takeout.google.com/?hl=en would a be an idea... However, I'm feeling iffy whether this would be the same or similar service like Google photos that i l had loved. Posting and following here to see if others have better ideas or comments
  7. Building an ITX case and not sure if there has been any news whether the new series of CPUs will have an ECO mode as well. Trying to see how much power I can get with the ID-COOLING: IS-60 (w/ Noctua fans)
  8. Can Zealios switches fit in a Kailh Sockets? I am planning on getting: -Zealios 67g (https://zealpc.net/products/zealio) -RAMAWORKS: U-80A (https://ramaworks.store/products/u80-a-seq2?variant=32603681980494)
  9. Ahhhh so I should go with B550 since they're the same? or I guess X570 for the ports?
  10. https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/ROG-Strix-X570-I-Gaming/specifications/ What is the 3.0 then? (Curious)
  11. Might just pull through, but time and reviews on the 14th will tell. But Hell, go for it!!
  12. Hi Everyone! I've got almost everything planned out for my build but wanted to get your opinion. Do I go with the ASUS B550 ITX or the B570 ITX?? Case: Sliger 560 (https://www.sliger.com/products/cases/sm560/) CPU: Gonna wait for the AMD 4000 series, maybe new ryzen 7 or 9 (we'll see) GPU: 3080 (Probably ASUS https://www.asus.com/Graphics-Cards/ROG-STRIX-RTX3080-10G-GAMING/specifications/) What I know: -I need to have the front panel IO for the USB type C (Both board have this I think) -PCIE graphics 4.0 is probably better for the new 3000 series (
  13. So LTT had several videos "recently" of how great linux has become over the years as well as how great it is compared to Windows or macOS or whatever. I have also seen many articles online of the benefits of going Linux than the tranditional Windows OS. So it brings me to my question. Although Linux isn't mainstream and that popular (yet?). Who is Linux not for??
  14. Conclusion: Thermal paste did help with temperatures getting the CPU to id to high 50s as well as the GPU to mid 40s. Frame rates did increase to more than playable, but not as high as before. I'll honestly take it and be happy that my computer can run games again
  15. I'll try replacing the thermal paste tomorrow. Fingers crossed. But yes the games are in fact using the dedicated 1050 and not the on-board graphics.