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EasonIDontKnowAnything

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    EasonIDontKnowAnything got a reaction from Ashley MLP Fangirl in how old is your pc?   
    The CPU is an i3-3220, but before this it was a Pentium G620. Intel DH61HO for the motherboard, and two sticks of 2GB RAM with release dates (according to CPU-Z) in 2012. I'm still using the Seagate drive that "came" with the PC, which is atleast 7 or 8 years old? The GPU is a GTX 750Ti I bought used, so around 6 or so years old.
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    EasonIDontKnowAnything reacted to BlueChinchillaEatingDorito in Switching to SSD as boot drive. What will happen to programs already on my HDD?   
    For your Steam games you can just add your Steam directory that's on your HDD (labeled D drive after installing Windows on the SSD) as another Library Folder. Steam will automatically link any games installed on the HDD so they're ready to launch without any reinstallation.
    Moving a Steam Installation and Games - General Troubleshooting - Knowledge Base - Steam Support (steampowered.com)
     
    For other programs, you'll need to reinstall them once you have Windows installed on your SSD as most applications are not portable. 
     
    When you're installing Windows, I would recommend unplugging your old HDD just so you or Windows does not get confused on where you want your Windows files to go. It'll also prevent you from accidentally formatting your HDD which I've done before. Not the end of the world, but you'll just save you the hassle of recovering partitions afterwards.
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    EasonIDontKnowAnything reacted to Electronics Wizardy in Silicon Power A55 SSD   
    its basically the same as the other drvies, dramless sata ssd. Id get the cheapest of he drives still
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    EasonIDontKnowAnything reacted to MigasTigas in Silicon Power A55 SSD   
    Funny, I'm also in the op's position and happened to find the SP A55 too and it shows that is has a NAYA DRAM on the reviews and photos
    One of the sources I found: https://www.enostech.com/silicon-power-ace-a55-256gb-ssd-review/
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    EasonIDontKnowAnything got a reaction from TheAncientLegend in There are no kids, no schools, and no playgrounds in GTA.   
    I'd argue they just don't want to get any potential lawsuits or complaints which could affect their brand-name. 
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    EasonIDontKnowAnything reacted to pinksnowbirdie in What do you drive?   
    2003 Saab 9-3 Linear

     
    Tagging the bf to share his wagon :^ 
    @handymanshandle
     
     
     
    I really really want one of these

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    EasonIDontKnowAnything reacted to DailyProcrastinator in Advice on $850 CAD gaming PC   
    Pretty sure he means Canadian Rupees lol
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    EasonIDontKnowAnything got a reaction from theblastman21 in Advice on $850 CAD gaming PC   
    If you want decent yet over-the-top ram that's also red in colour, just get the OLOy WarHawk RGB 16 GB 3200 (2 x 8 GB) kit mate.
     
    https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/product/pMn8TW/oloy-warhawk-rgb-16-gb-2-x-8-gb-ddr4-3200-memory-md4u083216bcda
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    EasonIDontKnowAnything reacted to Den-Fi in "Old" Tech that You must Keep   
    I try to keep an older gen platform around. My X79 rig won't be going anywhere any time soon.
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    EasonIDontKnowAnything reacted to RageTester in GPU not being fully utilised in Insurgency.   
    Maybe your RAM is the bottleneck then?
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    EasonIDontKnowAnything got a reaction from GreatnessRD in question about RAM   
    You can still use all four slots. Dual-channel doesn't mean you can only use two out of the four slots.
     
     
    God, this is infuriating.
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    EasonIDontKnowAnything got a reaction from Bombastinator in GigaByte GA-H81M-DS2 (rev 2.0)   
    If you're on a budget and don't mind NOT playing on high settings for a lot of modern games, then the i5 4460 is fine imo. With that CPU you probably want to get like a 1060. 
     
    On Shopee, a 4460 usually starts at around RM300, and a used 1060 (or equivalent) will set you back by another RM500 or so. You could probably get better deals on Carousell or Mudah.my,  I generally prefer the former. I got my 750 Ti for RM150 on Carousell, whereas on Shopee it would've set me back by RM250 or so.
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    EasonIDontKnowAnything reacted to RorzNZ in corona virus   
    SARS wasn't that bad and neither is this. People tend to blow this stuff out of proportion when there's a low chance of getting SARS with this strain of coronavirus. Its just a little scary thats all. 
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    EasonIDontKnowAnything reacted to akio123008 in Static Electricity - a question   
    Look, if those gloves are on your hands, they are electrically part of you. If you're charged, the gloves are charged. Them being insulators and blocking sparks from your hands is a misconception; a PVC pipe is an excellent insulator but it can shock you pretty badly when charged.
     
    Anti-static devices, like those bracelets, work by grounding the body they're on, in order to discharge them, rather than by attempting to "block arcs".
     
    I should point out that static build-up on a person isn't very fast or effective (at least it never happens to me, unless it's extremely dry or I've been walking a lot on carpet) so usually you can get away with the good old "touch something grounded every once in a while when building" technique.
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    EasonIDontKnowAnything got a reaction from Fasauceome in Plan for Third PC Build   
    The RMx series is literally Tier A and at 750W it's more than enough for a 2080Ti and a 9900KS.
     
     
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    EasonIDontKnowAnything reacted to SupaKomputa in Plan for Third PC Build   
    by his parents obviously.
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    EasonIDontKnowAnything got a reaction from Meganter in Plan for Third PC Build   
    The RMx series is literally Tier A and at 750W it's more than enough for a 2080Ti and a 9900KS.
     
     
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    EasonIDontKnowAnything got a reaction from LukeSavenije in Plan for Third PC Build   
    The RMx series is literally Tier A and at 750W it's more than enough for a 2080Ti and a 9900KS.
     
     
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    EasonIDontKnowAnything got a reaction from Brok3n But who cares? in 1060 crapped out on me...   
    I wasn't? But okay, lmao.
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    EasonIDontKnowAnything reacted to Brok3n But who cares? in 1060 crapped out on me...   
    My bad- 7400. But damn are you toxic. Yes there is a 'no signal' popup on my montior- with hdmi.
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    EasonIDontKnowAnything got a reaction from PrettyMuch in PSU help   
    I took the liberty of searching for PSUs on emag.com (I assume you're Romanian, I apologise if I'm mistaken) and found a TXM550 for 352 lei. The PSU originally costs 439.99 lei but right now it has a 20% discount. If you have that much money, go for this one whilst the offer lasts.
     
    https://www.emag.ro/sursa-corsair-tx-m-series-tx550m-550w-semi-modulara-80-plus-gold-eff-90-active-pfc-atx12v-v2-4-1x120mm-fan-cp-9020133-eu/pd/DV5H5KBBM/?X-Search-Id=6d382a5bc67131d401ba&X-Product-Id=3653070&X-Search-Page=1&X-Search-Position=1&X-Section=search&X-MB=0&X-Search-Action=view
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    EasonIDontKnowAnything reacted to Jurrunio in I can't decide what CPU to buy.   
    the R5 3600 one, stays relevant for longer to outweight the cost.
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    EasonIDontKnowAnything got a reaction from Joshua Photography in $1500 Budget PC   
    Absolutely wicked.
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