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About Yoyohoneywasp

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 1600
  • Motherboard
    B350 mortar
  • RAM
    1x8gb 3000mhz corsair vengeance lpx
  • GPU
    pny xlr8 oc 1060 6gb
  • Case
    coolermaster 3.1 lite
  • Storage
    Crucial 120gb ssd, 1 tb western digital
  • PSU
    evga 550 b3
  • Display(s)
    asus vg245h 75hz
  • Cooling
    hyper 212 evo
  • Keyboard
    Corsair k70 m.k2 rapidfire
  • Mouse
    g502 proteus core
  • Sound
    Senheizer game one open back
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. I didn't even think about visiting the motherboards website, it says it supports 5000 series Ryzen, so I should even have to flash it right?
  2. Hi I just go a new motherboard and CPU and I was wondering if I needed a old CPU to be able to boot into the bios to flash it? I have an r5 1600 that I can use but I don't want to waste time. For reference the motherboard I'm switching to is The B550m AORUS PRO - P
  3. Ya i got a 500gb m,2 drive for my new rig, and windows will automatically just replace the old driver files from the previous mobo?
  4. I just recently got new components and I was wondering if I could use the same hard drive on a new computer? and if I can do I have to uninstall the old motherboard drivers or should I just wipe the drive before I reinstall it? For reference Im moving from a 1600 to a 5600x and a b550m.
  5. I'm moving the components of my pc to a new case and im buying a 5600x along side that, and I was wondering if a b550 board is worth it? I know it wont be a large increase but I don't know fully know what the benefits are either. p.s: for context the current motherboard I have on rn is the msi b350m mortar.
  6. I want to get a 2 in 1 device but I was thinking maybe it might be better for longevity to get a tablet and a laptop for the same price since I dont hear great things about 2 in 1. How ever I am interested in the surface book 3 since its just a laptop that has a detachable screen. I would like to hear more opinions on this
  7. Hi im going into university soon, and I want a good laptop that can also function as tablet for taking notes, preferably I would like it to be somewhat powerful to handle a little bit of coding and maybe some 3d modeling. Ive been thinking about the surface but Im not fully well versed on all the options out there.
  8. the problem is I will have a machine to do all that but just in my dorm. This will primarily be a secondary machine as a note taking device as a primary functions, so thats why the Ipad is so high on my list. I still have a lot of mixed feelings about the mac and ipad situations as Ive heard both sides of the argument.
  9. check the fin array for the radiator, some might be restricting proper air flow
  10. Do the cs classes make you program in class? or is it more they give you a lecture and you do the real coding after class. Cause if thats the case than an Ipad might be a hurtful move unless they update the os. But from the macbook side of things Ive heard that most universities try to opt out of using programs that only some os can run (btw im in ontario canada). Also since you have a mac, whats your opinion on bootcamp?
  11. I have a windows running system that im brining but that will stay in my dorm. The reason for the ipad is, their note taking software is really intuitive from what ive seen and used from other friends devices, I know its a hefty premium but I will be using a trade in to lower the cost anyways. And the reason for the pro is I would like a larger surface area, but ive never used the 11" version. Also it would nice to have a backup computer for tasks besides my main pc.
  12. are the versions robust or are they more toned down because they are mobile versions?
  13. Have you tried other fan configurations? and also what kind of environment do you live in, in terms of humidity? And placement on where it physically is in the room also can play a factor.
  14. I am a grade 12 student rn going to university for engineering, and I wanted some outside opinions on an in class work machine. I think I've narrowed it down to a MacBook air( while windows is still not completely out as an option ) and the m1 Ipad pro. The reason I want to go with the Ipad is that I can use it as a notebook practically, and put all my physics and chemistry notes in their instead of losing track of paper, and if I need to I can type up documents. What my worry about getting an ipad is that, even though it is on par with many laptops its os is still that of just an ipad. So if