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PixelGeek

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About PixelGeek

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday May 28, 2002

Profile Information

  • Location
    Daytona Beach FL
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Computers, Filling out profile information.
  • Biography
    am person
  • Occupation
    Delivery and 3D Modeling for Daytona Outdoor Kitchens

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i7-5820K
  • Motherboard
    ASUS X99 Deluxe
  • RAM
    4*8GB
  • GPU
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780
    MSI GTX 1080 MINI
  • Case
    Phanteks Enthoo Pro Full Tower Chassis without Window
  • Storage
    Samsung 840 EVO, Samsung 850 EVO
  • Display(s)
    Dell E2210Hc
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D15
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Gaming K65
  • Mouse
    Corsair Night sword RGB
  • Sound
    Sound BlasterX G6 + EPOS I Sennheiser GAME ONE
  • Operating System
    Windows 10, Ubuntu 18.04
  • Laptop
    Dell Inspiron 15 7567 laptop: Core i5-7300hq, 256gb ssd, 8gb ram + 1tb hdd, gtx 1050ti, 15.6inch
  • Phone
    LG V40

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  1. Found a Revvl 4+ with Metro in the parking lot of the neighborhood Walmart. Took it to the Metro store to get the phone returned to the owner (figured they would have his address, or be able to call him or something), Metro said that he's already shut down this line, and that he has a new phone and that I can keep it, but they refused to factory reset it. So now, LTT forum, I've reset the phone to factory, but in order to finish the set-up process, I need to put in the dudes pin. I don't know his pin. Is there a way that I can make the phone forget that it had a previous owner? I'
  2. This morning, my girlfriend did an LG Backup, and once the phone turned back on after restarting, it crashed after about minute, and entered a boot loop. I brought up the "Factory Reset" menu by pressing the power button and volume down buttons, but she said that she didn't want to reset. After a few minutes of boot looping, it gave up, and now won't even turn on. I held the power button for a full minute and nothing happened. No Vibrate, no action from the screen. I've already opened the phone and disconnected the battery, but that did a whole lot of nothing. Help me LTT forums,
  3. What's the opposite of hyper threading? TL;DR: My 4 core i7-2600 is only using 2 of its cores. help. My dad just bought a used Dell Optiplex 990. The sales man claimed that it was "very fast". Every where i look, the computer gives me conflicting answers. This computer is for 3D modeling, so not having all cores present is not an option. I just did a BIOS update, that did nothing. In the BIOS, all 4 cores aren't showing up (Picture 1). Yet, it acknowledges that it has 4 cores (Picture 2). HWinfo says that it has 4 cores, but the little CPU activity window only shown
  4. How about this one?https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00L7UZMAK/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  5. TL;DR: I did some maintenance to my AIO, now my PC barely works 'cause of thermals. I think that there is air in the pump. Should I try to fix it, or just get a new cooler? Would a good air cooler be a better replacement? In 2014, my brother became the lucky owner of an Alienware Area 51 R2, outfitted with an i7-5820k. Recently, he got a laptop and he prefers to use it for gaming. Since I adopted the R2, I decided to give it a real upgrade, A GTX1080, and do some overclocking to squeeze out as much performance as possible. I managed to get a stable overclock at ~4.2ghz (that 5820
  6. I have an LG V35 that I got for my birthday, since it's an old AT&T phone, unlocked for T-Mobile, it has some weird quirks, for instance, I can't send or receive MMS, I sometimes have to manually connect to nearby mobile networks, my Youmail doesn't work, and I have all the AT&T bloat ware. I am willing to factory reset, if it'll help. Does anybody know? I assume that rooting would help, but there's no simple process for the v35.
  7. I had an old lenovo desktop that had a motherboard go out on it. After some time, I noticed that my other desktop, an Alienware Area 51 R2, had five open drive bays. So, I took my old drives out of my lenovo desktop, and threw them in to the alienware. These drives include An alphabet soup of a drive name: 2TB, no operating system. 840 EVO: 120Gb, Windows 10 850 EVO: 120Gb, Ubuntu The factory drive that came in the alienware: 2TB, Windows 10. If I boot in UEFI mode, the Windows boot manager skips all the new drives, and just goes to the factory drive. I
  8. Thank you, I'll certainly find something here.
  9. Yesterday, my LG V20 that I've had for about a year and a half finally met the end of it's life. I'm quite a power user and the phone was already starting to "let go". The bluetooth would commonly just randomly crash from time to time. It recently started slowing down, also, taking high res, or long exposure photos would often just crash the camera app. I had an old G5 lying around that I'm using temporally (it's too small for me). Since Christmas is just around the corner, I need some guidance. I've tried a couple "Phone finder" websites but the results were underwhelming. I'm ter
  10. Thanks for pointing me in that direction. I saw the term "Soldering Ribbon". I'm sure that will work for my needs. I need the solder for brass instrument repair.
  11. My dad told me of what seems to be an ancient and lost product. A product that may exist, but it has been lost in the folds of the google search. He told me about flat disks made of solder. Disks that were thin, like a coin shaped foil made of solder. You could put these disks in between two hot surfaces that you wished to solder together, apon cooling, they would be soldered together until the end of time... echos dramatically After searching for minutes and minutes on end, using terms like "soldering pads" "circular solder -wire" "soldering foil" "flat solder" "disks of solder
  12. I've just had a thought. If what you're saying is true, then I'll try plugging my phone in to the computer, and using WiFi tethering, instead of the school Ethernet.
  13. I chuckled a bit when that site said Chrome has "low memory usage". I'll give those things a try.
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