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About Rekted

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  • Birthday Feb 28, 2001

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    computers, tech-related things
  • Biography
    Poor young tech enthusiast who wants to study deep into PC components and build PC for a living
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  • CPU
    I5 4460
  • Motherboard
    Asrock b85m pro4
  • RAM
    G.skills ripjaws DDR3 2x4
  • GPU
    Palit GTX 750 ti StormX Dual
  • Case
    Zalman Z1 neo
  • Storage
    WD Blue 1tb
  • PSU
    Corsair VS550
  • Display(s)
    HP x20 led
  • Cooling
    Stock Intel cooler
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 non RGB
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. That is enough for every consumer grade PC today, Linus even released a video like 2 days ago showing 8GB is still viable in today's use Granted this is a streaming/gaming PC but i don't think you'll even saturated 16GB
  2. People in my country has reportedly upload pictures of a ransom e-mail mailed to their iPhone that their Mac data is locked and ready to be destroy, of course unless a defined amount of ransom is paid. The advice is to turn off "Find my Mac" until official statements from Apple themselves Source : https://lifehacker.com/disable-apples-find-my-device-to-stop-hackers-from-ra-1818618139
  3. Cool tech, guess what Intel did ? Of course they made it proprietary. You need 7th gen Kaby Lake, a mobo with M.2 (2280/2242, Key B-M, NVMe) and a supported BIOS
  4. Here are the Google Devices which won’t receive Android Oreo 8.0 update. Google Nexus 5 Google Nexus 4 Google Nexus 3 There are lists of devices that won't receive the update too, I can add it if you want
  5. It's official that the name is "Oreo". Android 8.0 Oreo update brings tons of new features along with completely refreshed design like the Android Wear 2.0 and several under the hood improvements which enhance the overall Android user experience. Note that the list is pretty long so it's best using Ctrl+F Here it goes: Google Google Pixel Google Pixel XL Google Pixel 2 Google Pixel C Google Nexus Player Samsung Samsung Galaxy S8(G950F, G950W) Samsung Galaxy Note 8 (Upcoming)
  6. 7700K + Z270 + 360mm AIO Either you're very rich or you misunderstood the word "budget"
  7. Pretty cool if you ask me If Google can do this, I think someone out there can do it too and it'd be a nightmare for stock photo sites But there's a fix to this according to Google Source: https://www.theverge.com/2017/8/18/16162108/google-research-algorithm-watermark-removal-photo-protection
  8. Hi, I don't know if this is the right forum but it does related to Programming (somehow) I currently studying Unity and i need a good or at least working UnityScript IDE. I don't know how or why but MonoDevelop just doesn't work for me, the autocompletion or IntelliSense isn't working at all. What i need most in the IDE is the IntelliSense since it helps a lot for new learners like me. I've tried UnityDevelop (or FlashDevelop) but the same story, IntelliSense is working but it's minimal and doesn't give me anything if i use dot notation. Any IDE with decent IntelliSense is good, up-to-date
  9. But then the latest bios supported features wont be available also BCLK overclocking can be finicky and not worth it
  10. Means that the overclock isn't stable or the monitor can't handle it i supposed. My HP can reach 74Hz but blackout immediately after dialing in 75Hz
  11. Basically yes, since 4k is 4 times more pixels to render than 1080p but I guess your build should be fine at 1440p which is 4 times more pixels than HD
  12. If you can buy them, use the LTT special edition fans from Noctua And I think Linus did a video on his own LTT build which is Black/Orange too, you can check it out if you want
  13. I believe you are referring to the Fluid Gaming series, it's more of a custom loop than an AIO