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About Wh0_Am_1

  • Title
    Professionally Unknown

Profile Information

  • Location
    Somewhere exploring the Milky Way Galaxy
  • Interests
    In search of the unknown!
  • Biography
    Anonymous for 6 years and counting.
  • Occupation
    Staying anonymous


  • CPU
    Intel Core I5 2500
  • Motherboard
    Q67 Express MOBO made by FOXXCONN for HP
  • RAM
    32 GB
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 1050 LP with 2 Noctua NF-A6x25 PWM fans attached to the heat-sink as the included MSI fans are garbage
  • Case
    HP Compaq elite 8200 SFF
  • Storage
    1TB WD Blue 7200 RPM + 120GB Team L5 Lite 3D (TLC) SSD
  • PSU
    240 Watt
  • Display(s)
    ASUS TUF VG27WQ 27" 2560 x 1440, 165hz, 400 nit, VA monitor, HDR400, LED monitor + Dell 1907FP 19", 1280 x 1024, 75hz, 300 nit, LCD monitor (back up) Acer G206HQL 19.5", 1600 x 900, 75hz, 250 nit
  • Cooling
    2 3400 RPM 120mm fans (yes they can get loud but are near silent until you decide that it's time to encode or render all the things)
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G413 Carbon
    Rii RK300(backup)
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 SE
    HP MODGUO(backup)
  • Sound
    ATH-M20X headphones, Logitech Z205 USB mobile speaker, or internal speaker
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • Laptop
    2020 ASUS A15 TUF506IV AMD Ryzen 4800H, Nvidia RTX 2060 90 Watts, 2TB of storage, 64GB of RAM, 90Whr battery, and 144hz display.
  • Phone
    LG V20

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  1. Alright those 64GB of RAM are suprisingly hard to come by in a compact build but here are some options.... (all 15.6" sorry) the HP Envy 15t-ep100 configurable with up to a 11900H and an RTX 3060 Max-Q coming in at 1.85cm of thickness, the Gigabye Aero 15 available with up to a 11800H and an RTX 3070 Max-Q with a height of 2.15cm, and last but not least (esp. in size) just for the kicks (if you can find the thing anywhere, this laptop is chronically out of stock I own the last gen A15 model and love it you do not need to consider it I am just recommending it 'cause I really like it, and I ackn
  2. This is just helpful info: Do note that this gen the the 11800h and the 5800h do not vary greatly in performance currently the 11800h is faster... by a smidge when plugged into the wall but the 5800h is better at sipping power for use as just a laptop and those long battery life sessions, though as you are on the hunt for just a 1440p display I would say that battery life is likely not your primary concern, so save for the Vega graphics you should consider just going for whichever laptop otherwise fits your other needs and preferences and your budget.
  3. While I know that Kevin is Rhea, (just spent 30 min that I could have otherwise used scavenging the internet for that one fact) One thing to remember is that Australia did lose a war against Emus so yeah Kevin, though that war was more lost because of the Emus ability to evade fire than their ability to kill.
  4. (for laughs and giggles because of the current name for the MOTF forum) One I recommend at least for the technical demonstration of animation mastery from a decade ago, would be The Legend of the Guardians: the Owls of Gahoole. Even now the graphics hold up pretty well, you probably could convince many that this film is no more than 4 years old. Now in it's own right the plot is decent, I prefer that of the source material..... save for the plot holes, retconning, and etc. If nothing else, this film is a visual masterpiece.
  5. BTW just taking a guess but searching this is likely how they found the data. They probably searched this tag in the image. Which then gives the previously linked manual as a top result.
  6. ^could. While Google image search is pretty good, I have gotten some whacky results from it before. These things are never a guarantee. It is... Within reason.
  7. Good joke. Just to clarify for those may be misled, McDonalds uses Taylor machines not Stoelting like this unit is.
  8. Nice. I guess that won't be an issue for you for a a little while.
  9. I forgot about that (I was running a chromebook back when that was a thing) But just imagine a user that wants to play a game on a theater sized screen in VR In their system they run a 10900k OC'ed a 1080ti and this rumored 3090 super (with VR running on the super and the game running on the 3090 super in minecraft or something and the 1080ti the actual game or vice versa) with that you are looking at a 1200 watt PSU. Crazy.
  10. Just imagine the wattage that thing will pull when OC'ed to an oblivion..... Are we gonna start needing to buy PSUs just for the GPU now?
  11. I've tried it and it doesn't work that well for me.
  12. Responded to a similar comment. Bookmarks are just too much of a pain and eat up too much time to use properly. Rather instead I can just middle click whatever I want to come back to later, and Opera GX handles it much better.
  13. History gets buried way too easily, and bookmarks are too annoying to deal with. Sleeping the tabs in Opera GX does the job fine, it's only resource intensive if I loose tabs and have to recover them. Otherwise sleeping the tabs seems to do the trick just fine. BTW that continue where you left off button is unreliable I have lost soooooo many tabs back when I still used Chrome.
  14. My problem I close ~30 to 35 tabs a day.... and then proceed to open 35 to 50 more.... Thereby I have multiple windows for the work and play I do, but I also have YT videos, articles, and graphics novels for months, yeah no I have quite the que, and not nearly that much time to enjoy it. On the other hand I sometime stumble across news from last year or earlier this year, and it helps me keep my perspectives in check, which is important in these turbulent times. P.S. I also retain my data, sources, and other tabs for issues, *disputes and etc, until I come back and find them to no longer