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About KR0N05

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  • Location
    United Kingdom
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Computing and modding
  • Biography
    I am very interested in networking but unfortunately don't have much time to do that at the moment so I'll just have to spend my time here.


  • CPU
    AMD A10-5800k
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte GA-F2A58M-HD3
  • RAM
    8GB DDR3 1866MHz Corsair Vengence
  • GPU
    SAPPHIRE HD7770 GHz edition 1 GDDR5
  • Case
    Aerocool Dead silence cube
  • Storage
    1TB WD Green, 240GB SSD
  • PSU
    750w Corsair semi-modular
  • Display(s)
    1080p 234E Philips
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master 120v Seidon
  • Keyboard
    ROCCAT Isku FX
  • Mouse
    Razer Chroma 2013
  • Operating System
    Linux/ Windows 10
  1. Depends on your budget, for the car and the PC, as with a car comes tax, insurance, gas, MOT etc and that can rack up quite a bill. But it depends on where you need to go or get, if everything is within walking/cycling distance I would say PC, although a car can provide greater freedom. A PC though requires all the peripherals, PC parts (if you're building it), electricity bills etc. In the end it just depends on what you want more, or if you can afford both. I would've said car as it can save time with getting to work.
  2. When using mobile authentication for website address' you can have it so that the link that appears in the top looks different to that is already there. This is usually to stop people from being able to look at the code that allows them to login generally hiding certain information or variables that the coder(s) don't want you to see, I learnt about this recently while creating a HTML submit able form with PHP. Although it could also just be like a bit.ly shortened link type style to make it easier for someone to type in.
  3. Thanks for the reply, I'll have to keep this in mind and see the difficulty because although I want to start off pretty basic I suppose its just what can LESS or SASS do that CSS wouldn't allow me to do and just seeing how far I can get with keeping up with the difficulty.
  4. Woah hold up I got a 750w bronze semi-modular in my system. Probably one of the best PSU's I've ever had. Plus it depends on whether you have a case where you can see the sticker, not that many do. Never had any problems with any of my Corsair PSU's before.
  5. Was typing a reply when you added you needed a 600w PSU, now I would recommend something like a Corsair, I checked out a few of the links and found a suitable 600w PSU, https://www.amazon.fr/Corsair-CP-9020048-EU-Builder-Bronze-Alimentation/dp/B009D79Z9I/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1493819759&sr=8-1&keywords=corsair+600w Now it's slightly above budget but as a previous owner of one, I can pretty much guarantee the quality and power efficiency. It will be enough to power your Ryzen and GTX 1060. Its not semi/fully modular so if that is something you are looking for to help with
  6. First off, thanks all for the responses. After looking through some of these links, I found out I got a long way to go , I have occasionally picked up the odd thing from HTML but hopefully these links/books/online practice will help me put more of it into use. I have seen a few of these before like the w3schools however didn't get very far in them can't remember why but always worth going over again I suppose.
  7. Hey y'all, So basically I'm a student interested in learning styling and html, html has been easier to learn for whatever reason (seems to be that I can find lots more documentation on this than any other web language), but I've always wanted to be artistic in my websites (make them look good) , make them look cool and have features many other well created websites contain. This is also to help with a upcoming project as I want to create a portfolio of my abilities as a coder, now I'm familiar with C, Java and SQL and Python for example. If anyone can point me in a direction s
  8. This is probably best for money: http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/VHKWYJ It's going to be hard to find something in your price range, especially with the GPU and not have bottlenecking, you would probably be better off saving up and also buying a i7 with the build.
  9. http://www.amazon.com/Razer-DeathStalker-Expert-Gaming-Keyboard/dp/B009SJR28W/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1463641561&sr=8-2&keywords=razer+keyboard It's just in your price range at the moment ($49.99), and I would recommend this keyboard (several of my friends have them)
  10. https://cablemod.com/ Take a look at this website I have a few of these and they are shorter than the ones that came with my Corsair CX500M semi-modular PSU.
  11. I honestly can't remember for the life of me I've just spent the last five minutes looking for the option but I just can't seem to find it, they should probably make it more obvious or adjust it slightly. Sorry about that just keep scrolling through different menu's and settings is my only advice I can give and that's what I did in the first place.
  12. Is there any brands you can recommend me to get or could it be any for around that price range?
  13. So I have recently bought a NAS storage, and a new Raspberry Pi and I have no Ethernet ports to connect to. I was thinking I would come here for help and suggestions. Also would I need a managed or unamanaged switch? For any suggestions I would like it to be at least 100mbps and have at least 4 ports, I know that there is lots out there on the market but I don't want to make a wrong choice. Thanks in advance for all repsonse
  14. If you look at the usages of these games this day mainly, Battlefront and Titanfall, there was masses of hype that stemmed for a few weeks and then dropped out, like whenever I go to play titanfall the max players I seen online at one point seems to be limited to 1000. And Battlefront seemed to be a massive let down because it didn't live up to other players standards. You may say that the silent majority want futuristic shooters then why don't they voice their opinions to be heard for upcoming games?
  15. The majority of the target market today want earlier warfare, just look at examples such as Heroes and Generals and I know its more modern day but Arma 2 and 3 because they were great selling games with high profit and turnover whereas futuristic shooters haven't seem to have done as well, generally speaking.