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TetraSky

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About TetraSky

  • Title
    *yawn*

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    TetraSky

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  • Interests
    Anime.
    Games.
    Reading.

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 3600
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450m Gaming Plus
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x8GB DDR4 3200
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Radeon HD7970 GHz 3GB
  • Case
    Thermaltake Core V21
  • Storage
    NVME : Corsair Force MP510 240GB | SSD : WD Blue 1TB / Intel 520 120GB / Samsung 850 EVO 500GB | External HDD: WD My Book 3TB
  • PSU
    Seasonic Focus Gold 750W
  • Display(s)
    AOC U2879VF 28"
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D15 | 4x Noctua NF-S12A | 1x Noctua NF-A20
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G910
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Cool cool cool. More prices increase but of XYZ reason, just what we all needed.
  2. The test results: Honestly, it's quite underwhelming. And I'd love to see it be used with a normal high performance air cooler and high TDP CPU.
  3. Not only is it a hate crime if they got attacked for that. But it's also a criminal offense to hit someone with the intent to cause injury (assault). Get them to call the cops, file a police report, SUE the scumbag(s) that beat them and potentially the school as well if they were made aware of the aggressions already and chose to do nothing. Because yes, you can sue the kids (more like the parents, unless they are like 16 or something) Get these stupid kids to learn sooner rather than later that actions have consequences and the excuse that "they are just a kid" is not a valid reaso
  4. The only thing that guy is an expert in, is upselling people into buying something they don't need with false claims. He's not a PC technician. He's a PC salesman. He doesn't know how a computer works, much less how to find the correct info. The processor page of Intel is not some random google page. https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/208652/intel-core-i3-1115g4-processor-6m-cache-up-to-4-10-ghz.html The CPU supports 64GB. Now whether the BIOS of the motherboard can handle it, that's up to Lenovo, I'm going to assume it can easily handle 12GB, if not more, even
  5. Depends where you live. We use Digikey for most stuff in my school. Sometimes we go for a more direct from china approach since our tech understands Mandarin and Cantonese. Got us a few good deals. I would suggest trying to find a local electronic part store as well. You may just have one that you don't know of. I found a few in my area simply by typing "electronic parts CITYNAME". Sometimes replacing "parts" with "resistor" or "capacitor" can show better results.
  6. Probably AutoHotKeys. But it's not super user friendly. Just look at the video Taran did a few years ago.
  7. As long as you get the emulators from the proper websites and not some random one, yes. They are safe. If you see some emulator on youtube for PS5 or Xbox one X and all that, saying it works click the link down below.... Yeah no, avoid those. I suggest you check out the Emulation Wiki, where they have a repertory of actual emulators and not scams. http://emulation.gametechwiki.com/index.php/Main_Page As for the legalities... Well, with the PS2, you need to own a PS2 to get your own firmware/BIOS off it. That's the only "legal" way to play a PS2 emulator. Same with the game
  8. I'm guessing you have dsl/adsl/phoneline internet? +1 for calling the isp
  9. Did China just essentially ban all new games "temporarily" ?
    https://www.scmp.com/tech/big-tech/article/3148128/china-said-suspend-approval-new-online-games-heating-beijings

     

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    Another person, who was also briefed on the discussions, said new game approvals would be on hold “for a while” because the priority was to “cut the number of new games” and “reduce gaming addiction” in the country, which is the world’s biggest video gaming market. This source, who declined to be named because the matter discussed remains confidential, also described the approval of new games in the first half of this year as being “a bit too aggressive”

     

  10. I don't have such attachment or nostalgia for old hardware. I'm honestly just glad whenever I upgrade, simply because it's so much better/faster. I did start out my PC story at the Pentium 3 era, but I old nothing but bad memories from that craptastic PC that kept breaking (Packard Bell junk... I lost count how many times my parents sent it away for repair. Couldn't have been cheap shipping a whole PC through the mail either at the time)
  11. Yep, same here. Went there, changed numbers, letters what have you. All of them ended up being crypto related, with usernames and passwords for some. Someone who sees this on TikTok and isn't techsavvy at all, won't even bother trying a different address, they'll think they got super lucky and then get scammed.
  12. Go to the administration and talk to the secretary if in high school. Your school may or may not have a proper IT department and just outsource it whenever they need it (it was like that for me). If this is in higher education, you should have access to a directory of staffs through your school's portal.
  13. Eeew, ads? For MS TEAMS!? It's a piece of trash software, even more so if you have a Work and a Personal account, it's not user friendly in the least. I think I'll stay on Win10 for a year or two longer instead of switching right away like I did from Win7/8 to 10 upon release... Let others deal with that and for "fixes" to be released that disables all of that junk.
  14. My FB account has zero friends and made it as private as I could. It's literally a throwaway account with a fake name (they did ask for an ID before, but those are easily forged) and I maybe posted online with it a handful of time here and there on websites that supported Facebook Commenting system to make it into an "active" account. I have never once bought anything on the Oculus Store. You don't need to give them a single cent past the headset itself. Especially if you want to play wired/wireless PC games. I've had it over 9 months now and I'm not banned or anything. Even when u
  15. Yes??? They are the ones in the wrong, not you. Report them to not only FB, but also the authorities if they make any sort of threat toward you. And how did you pay for them? If you paid with your credit card or paypal, you can get it back simply by calling your card/paypal and telling them it was fraud and they never sent the product in question. If you paid with cash, gift card, bitcoins or some other method... You're probably shit out of luck and take this as a lesson to never pay with those, for there's no buyer protection.
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