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About Jonas_2909

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  • Birthday Sep 29, 2002

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  • Interests
    I am interested in astrophysics, tech things, photography, learning languages, filming and some other stuff.
  • Biography
    I'm 18 years old, and wanna go pro in Overwatch and/or become an astronaut, so that's kinda what I'm focussed on right now.
  • Occupation
    still in school


  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 2700X
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte GA-X370M-Gaming 3
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair LPX DDR4 @2933MHz instead of 3200 cause my computer is weird
  • GPU
    R9 380 Nitro 4GB w/ backplate
  • Case
    Fractal Design Focus G Mini
  • Storage
    220GB OCZ Trion 100, 6TB of hard drive storage
  • PSU
    630W 80+ Bronze XILENCE
  • Display(s)
    AOC C24G1 24/BenQ GW2270H
  • Cooling
    AMD Stock Cooler
  • Keyboard
    Razer BlackWidow Elite/Redragon Kumara
  • Mouse
    Logitech G Pro Wireless
  • Sound
    HyperX Cloud MIX/Sennheiser HD 559
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Phone
    Cubot R9

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  1. Also depends on your budget and the actual games themselves, or their hardware requirements and what settings you would like to run them at I suppose, as well...
  2. No offence, but do you need a 144Hz monitor as your secondary one if it's just going to have apps like Spotify and Discord on it? You could save a lot of money there tbh... Also, what kind of games are you going to play? I'd go higher res for sightseeing/adventure/story games and higher refresh rate for (competitive/)fps games.
  3. I agree. Unless it's electrically conductive. Then you're fucked if it gets in the wrong places. lol Don't quote me on this, but I think very few are(so pls dont hold me responsible if you break your pc by shortening it out with thermal paste lol)
  4. I think the "contacts around the chipset" are resistors
  5. Not sure if you really *have* to spend that much... Guess if you wanna get a not-as-fancy monitor, you could just buy an AOC V24G1. Its colours seem pretty ok if not decent to *me*(don't quote me on that one) and I really like it in general... Thing is, it's curved, 144Hz, 1080p, looks pretty good(to me that is, not guaranteeing for anything lol), has a height-adjustable stand, all for just about $200, although for that price I really wouldn't expect HDR. Please pardon my laziness, but here's something I said about it last decade(sorry, I'm aware that was cringe but I couldn't resi
  6. Just checked, it's build 10240. How exactly would I upgrade tho?
  7. Really starting to seem incompetent, but I just reinstalled Windows 10 on an old machine off of my nearly 4-year old installation DVD, as we don't have any USB sticks at hand(apparently), and I was just trying to update to the newest version of Windows after Lightroom told me the currently installed one was too old. Only problem now, it won't let me update, instead it tells me where is a problem with the error code 0x80240fff. Already tried running windows' own troubleshooting thingy and restarting a couple of times, but nothing's changed as of yet. Any input on the matter would be more than w
  8. Have you got another GPU you could try to at least boot with??
  9. I'd say at least try high performance, guess it could be worth a shot...?
  10. I'd say also make sure to check which power plan you've selected in windows.?
  11. Guess you could do it, I used to do it with my old CPU to save some GPU power, especially when just looking at my desktop, although performance probably isn't really an issue with a 1080...
  12. Is it stuck in a boot cycle or does the screen simply not turn on?
  13. Kind of depends on what you're going to be doing/playing and at what resolution and refresh rate, I'd say...?