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Jack Dvorak

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About Jack Dvorak

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  • Birthday Jan 19, 2004

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  • Interests
    PCs, cars, games, tech, cats.
  • Occupation
    I work in the kitchen at a local restaurant


  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3600X
  • Motherboard
    MSI x370 gaming pro carbon
  • RAM
    Some random ass ram 32gb
  • GPU
    Gigabyte RTX 3060 3X fans
  • Case
    White NZXT S340
  • Storage
    1TB WD Blue + 250GB EVO + 2TB barracuda
  • PSU
    EVGA B3 550
  • Display(s)
    MSI MAG24CR, ASUS VP247 , some spectre 75hz 22inch
  • Cooling
  • Keyboard
    Ducky One 2 mini
  • Mouse
    Logitech g502 PS
  • Sound
    Steelseries Arctis 7
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home
  • Phone
    iPhone 11
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  1. So I've got this samsung s3 that has shit the bed, and I was curious to see if I could use the camera sensor for anything? Like is there after market stuff I could plug it into for functionality? I've got no idea, and it would be cool if you could plug it in with some USB adapter tool thing to use as a PC webcam. The sensor is from a Samsung Galaxy S3. Any feedback/assistance is welcome.
  2. I booted after getting my 3600X installed on my MSI gaming pro carbon x370. I do indeed have the ryzen 3000 series beta bios installed. I booted, got into BIOS, said aye fuck it I’ll put XMP on, and alas, now no post. Turns on, the RGB on the motherboard doesn’t, and the debug light is on for the CPU. What now?
  3. It worked. I thought it wouldn’t, so I was tightening to put cooler back on, and it started coming off
  4. Going from ryzen 5 1600 to ryzen 5 3600x. Removing stock cooler on 1600, unscrewed completely, STUCK hard. I’ve tried pulling it off with some excessive force, but I don’t want to break anything as I wish to resell it. Any help?
  5. I'll just get straight to it. These are his words, not mine. - Preferably less than $600ish (maybe round low 500s upper 400s) -Something bigger than 11 inches, but not too big (15 inch is prob fine) -he doesn't care the brand - strong enough for a little gaming -practical, make music, do school work (google drive) - windows 10
  6. I used EaseUS partition master, the free version. The thing is, you must have the same or more storage available onto the SSD, as it clones the windows drive and everything on it. You can't JUST switch over windows, as easy as that would be.
  7. Yeah SLI won't give u that much performance increase really.
  8. I rebooted my router 2 hours ago, started gaming, and I was experiencing awful packet loss. I figured eh, I'll worry about it after this session. I went to my router page to check out the stats. Here they are. It was running for 2 hours, and this is what I experienced. Any help?
  9. Can I buy those tplink ethernet over powerline things, then have a network switch (which to my understanding is just extra ethernet ports) and have that plugged in on the other side of it? Like the path is Router->Ethernet->TPLINK Ethernet power adapter #1 -> Ethernet power adapter #2 -> Network switch and then plug in two computers, and another device? Would that work properly or would i run into issues.
  10. It feels like recently, and not even caused by COVID, that webcams are wayyy pricier... I remember last summer I was looking into getting a webcam and blue snowball mic, but instead opted for a keyboard... and the C920 webcam was like 89$ at microcenter... but now it is 200 everywhere? and other shitter webcams are now 100$ when they used to be like 30.... kinda weird, and unfortunate for me
  11. I have Corsair vengeance 2x4gb 3000 speed and it only runs at 2133. I’ve seen people talking about how BSOD with AMD is the norm when running ram faster. I have a ryzen 5 1600, MSI X370 gaming pro carbon and newest BIOS just wondering about a solution. XMP doesn’t do anything but not let me boot into windows. And manually doing it results in BSOD and bad fps
  12. the goal is to be cheaper than a macbook so around the $600-950(max) range
  13. My cousin is heading to college, and needs a good laptop. I figured I would help since I'm the "tech" guy in the family. REQUIREMENTS: - small (13 inch screen) -comparable to a macbook pro or air - 8GB ram - intel i5 or i7 (ryzen is alright if the laptop is small) - a startup ssd and hopefully a HDD aswell It will be used for: - school work - youtube, web browsing, a lot of tabs open, netflix, etc.
  14. I guess it depends what you are trying to do, the 3570k is still holding up pretty well... i'd spring for a new gpu definitely...