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Filthy Fantasist

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About Filthy Fantasist

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday Apr 04, 1994

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    AMD Phenom II x6 Thuban 1055t
  • Motherboard
    ASRock 890FX Deluxe 5
  • RAM
    Patriot Viper Xtreme 8gb (1333mhz)
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 780
  • Case
    NZXT M-59
  • Storage
    1TB WD Caviar Green/WD Blue(2)/WD Black/
  • PSU
    EVGA Supernova 750 B
  • Display(s)
    Acer G235H 23"
  • Cooling
    Zalaman 120mm Copper
  • Keyboard
    Razer Deathstalker Chroma
  • Mouse
    Logitech G602
  • Sound
    Pioneer XV-HTD510
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. My motherboard has only 4 ports, luckily enough that suits my needs but I have no room for expansion. I know on some motherboards the M.2 overrides a detailed SATA port. I'm not quite sure about the description on the B450m DS3H page either. "1 x M.2 connector (Socket 3, M key, type 2242/2260/2280/22110 SATA and PCIe x4/x2* SSD support)" It makes me think it will use Socket 3? I don't know.. Users manual mentions warnings that you can't raid it with a sata drive, but nothing about turning off a sata port so the M.2 can function. I would like a more concrete answer as to what my opti
  2. I've been sitting on my teeny little 1060 for some time now, and I want the RTX experience for Cyberpunk 2077. Looking at the 2060's, maybe even a 2070 if the price comes down enough. I save a percentage of my payday, but I don't want to oversave, or undersave. I don't make a lot of money. Trying to prepare in some way. Balance my income with saving. Not buying used, I want my warranty and I don't like gambling. Thanks ahead of time for any input and or suggestions, I like having multiple opinions, and I frequently try to learn from t
  3. The game in question is Vindictus. They're more focused on expansion than optimization with newer systems.
  4. I've tried both NetLimiter and Net-Peeker, but they are paid programs and I'm hoping to find one to do something I shouldn't have to pay for.
  5. Sweet, thank you both. I was hoping for some control over YouTubes now very annoying and repetitive ads that don't even pertain to me or my viewing habits. But I'll take what I can get anyway, plenty of other ads to stop. Now comes the problem of who gets the "Mark as Solved" point.
  6. When it comes to phones, I don't entirely know what I'm doing. I have a little experience with Rooting, Jailbreak, and Homebrew. But it has been 6 years since my last run in and things change. I would rather speak with someone sure of themselves than spend hours trying to learn something that may not even be possible.
  7. Yes. That's what I figured. Describing audio never goes over well. Thank you for the response and I apologize for not replying sooner.
  8. My headphones are nothing special. JBL - 18Hz-24kHz Input Impedance: 32 Ohms. I think they were about $60 in their release. Got 'em used on sale far below that MSRP. Onto what I want to understand. The bass has a nice POWERFUL impact, then the lyrics come in and it is less powerful, almost pathetic. This does not happen with my 5.1 so I know it's not the recording. What I want to know, what about my headphones is causing this "drop" in power? Hertz? I feel like I should be embarrassed to not know this. Just for the sake of sharing the song that made me want to understand this. Zack
  9. Two different accounts, one with Minecraft Windows 10 Ownership, one without. Same issue, 0x8000FFFF error ONLY on the Minecraft Page. Every other app or game doesn't do it, ONLY the Minecraft page. I have done every "Fix" for the 0x8000FFFF error I could find, that is why I am here. It did this on my previous install of Windows, and this new fresh install. Works fine on other computers with the same install files. It has functioned on this Computer before as well.
  10. Thought the problem was bad RAM, thought wrong. Must be a Motherboard issue. My question, is it possible that my Motherboard has caused damage to my new HyperX RAM? I don't have another Motherboard to test it yet, but I'm working on finding a replacement motherboard that fits my needs. A little extra information about the RAM dealio. Same problem happens with a completely separate set. First set, Patriot ViperX 2x4gb. Bad performance issue. Second set, Kingston HyperX 4x4gb. Same poor performance issue. If I take two out Kingston, it performs at 11th where the Patriot perform
  11. It's an old 5.1ch by Pioneer. Both of my subwoofers are unpowered but rated at 4ohm and 165w(8"SVC), 145w(6"SVC) Is there any wiring method to "bridge" these safeley for my reciever? I like the sound of a subwoofer on my left and right. I'm not gonna die by running my 8", but I lost my 10" powered that had an output I used my 8" on so now it's kinda funky having only one source. And while I've got you here. Since these subs are so low wattage, will 14-16ga suffice? I've never had a complete roll of wire, always used what I've had on hand and that has worke
  12. I'm rather confused now. Oven reflow has worked for thousands of people.
  13. I'm no pro, but I can handle a soldering iron. What if I pull the capacitors then cook it? I'm pretty sure I'll have to desolder the +6 and +8 anyway. Being plastic and all.
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