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About just_dave

  • Title
    Wannabe Audiophile & crazy chemist
  • Birthday Jun 07, 1869

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  • Location
    Czech Rektpublic
  • Gender


  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 1600 @ 3.9GHz 1.3625V LLC5 flatline
  • Motherboard
    Strix X370-F
  • RAM
    Corsair LPX 16gig kit, 3266MHz 16-16-16-35 1.375V
  • GPU
    Strix GTX 1060 OC 6GB
  • Case
    Phanteks P400S TG
  • Storage
    120SSD + 1TB HDD
  • PSU
  • Cooling
    NH-U12S + be quiet case fans
  • Sound
    Sennheiser x Massdrop HD58X + FiiO Q1 MK1

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  1. The cage causes waves to reflect and scatter inside. Basically, look at your microwave glass door. If you ground it, the effect is going to be enhanced as some of the waves will be shorted to ground directly and not bounce back/scatter.
  2. And a good % of the sunlight spectrum is actually harmful, high energy UV light
  3. Man this is genius. Stupid people are getting finessed so hard. Guess I'm making a startup now. See you again as the world's first trillionaire.
  4. Would you say it is easier to get the battery or other parts serviced due to Macs' popularity? I checked some other manufacturers' sites and they usually sell the parts to large distributors that won't sell it to me directly, while Apple offers authorized original replacement for like 140 euro which doesn't seem like a bad deal considering the battery is OEM quality.
  5. I want a school laptop capable of a lot of coding that will last 6-8 yrs, so i would be getting 8G/16G/512GB which is like 1600 euro :((
  6. These machines look so good but especially here in Europe the memory and storage upgrade pricing is so high :((
  7. Tip for upcoming videos: everytime linus says aluminium replace it with jony ive saying it
  8. It's about 7 years old, the ISP gave this router as a "gift" with upgraded internet speed back in the stone age, it's not their "property" and if it ever had a warranty, it's expired. I just received the AC55U today as well. However, I am having 2 slight issues. First one is that Chrome now occasionally throws "STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION" error. The second one is that I am not getting full 100mbps download speeds like I used to (Latest measurement I did was a few months ago). It usually hovers about 85mbps right now, but the upload is almost full 10mbps. Is there anything to be done abo
  9. Hi, my ISP-provided VDSL2 modem blew up. It was running in bridge mode routing into my Asus RT-N18U. I did a quick search and found the Asus DSL-AC55U as a good replacement. The retailer even provides setting guide for my particular ISP. Does anyone have experienve with this router/do they know whether it can put into "dumb" bridge mode feeding my main router with internet connection? PS: I have no clue about networking Thanks!
  10. Bug with HWInfo and the B550-F. Just built my friends' PC with 5600X and B550-F. After 1 cinebench run, the sensor also showed 82°C which is BS. If you look, the minimum and maximum value of the sensor dont change, indicating it's a bug.
  11. Consider a thin and light not a gaming laptop
  12. In that case I suggest you go full steam ahead and get R9 5950X, 32GB of 3600MHz RAM and maybe 2 or 4TB of NVMe storage. The GPU should be fine for 1440p.
  13. yeah i sent it for RMA today, will see if they can fix it, the SSD it came with was an OEM though, not available for public purchase.