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About RollTime

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  • Birthday May 28, 1999

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  1. I agree: Maybe I wasn't clear, I don't see this as fair use.
  2. So, for starters, this is not a complaint or a request for the claim to be removed. It's just a fun story I thought I'd share, along with a question. In May of 2018, I uploaded <link removed by staff>, which was a spoof of the LTT video "I've NEVER been so FRUSTRATED... Hot-Swapping PCIe Cards". To summarize, Linus said "go ahead and cut" a lot during the video, so I sped it up every time he said it. Frankly, I'm not defending the content. To quote commenter "Win win Fortnite": And to be honest, I see Win win's point. It's not a very clever or original idea, a
  3. Yeah, it's a struggle but I have to work with what I've got . Thanks for the recommendations.
  4. I'm trying to make transporting my computer easier so I'm moving from a full tower to SFF. I need to make the transition as cheaply as possible, so I'm keeping my existing RAM and GPU. I'm still trying to decide whether to upgrade my CPU or just get a smaller motherboard for it. The GPU is a Strix 1080, with dimensions of 298mm x 134mm x 40mm. Does anyone know the smallest case that can fit this card? Ideally it would also be reasonably cheap ($50-75 ideal, $100 max). Thanks.
  5. You can rebind the buttons to other keys (like numpad ones) using Synapse. Then just bind whatever you want to the numpad keys.
  6. Done and put it back in the rice, will update if it helps.
  7. It's been in rice for a while now and although it's drier I can still see condensation in the camera bump.
  8. So I made the classic mistake and dunked my phone (iPhone X). I noticed water in the front notch and camera bump. It's in rice for the moment and has been since Saturday, so around 48 hours total. There is still water in the phone that's visible. I ordered a more powerful desiccant which is arriving Wednesday. I think the rice has done all it can. Should I try changing the rice out, or maybe letting the phone air dry till the desiccant arrives? My hopes aren't high but I'm gonna give it my best shot.
  9. Sorry if this is the wrong section, it seemed the most relevant. My laptop (Lenovo Yoga 730 13”) has a very strange issue. When turning the laptop on, the screen is black, the backlight stays off. It remains this way for ~15s, which is the amount of time GRUB takes to automatically select Ubuntu to boot into. Then the laptop starts as normal, with Linux working fine. By manually changing the boot order in the BIOS, I was able to get windows to boot. Windows (and the BIOS itself) will only output to an external display. I thought it might be a driver issue, so I checked device manager
  10. I've already got NVMe, but it's the drive that came with my laptop, so not great performance in the first place. Think I'll go with a lower cost
  11. These two drives: https://www.amazon.com/Inland-Premium-M-2-2280-Internal/dp/B07RCM6DXK/ref=sr_1_15?dchild=1&keywords=1tb+m.2+nvme+ssd&qid=1589161835&sr=8-15 https://www.amazon.com/Inland-Premium-M-2-2280-Internal/dp/B07RCM6DXK/ref=sr_1_15?dchild=1&keywords=1tb+m.2+nvme+ssd&qid=1589161835&sr=8-15 Are both 1tb, and are significantly cheaper than the samsung offering: https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-970-EVO-1TB-MZ-V7E1T0BW/dp/B07BN217QG/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=1tb+m.2+nvme+ssd&qid=1589161835&sr=8-3 They're slower, of
  12. Strange fix- orienting the drive vertically brought the speed back up. The drive did get wet some time ago, and though I assumed it had dried out, there might still be a small droplet in there which is messing with things. I'll get it replaced.
  13. The diskmark isn't really the main problem- I'm worried about writing the actual files, 300KB is the speed reported by Windows.
  14. That was the largest size I could use while having the test finish in a reasonable amount of time. I am trying to write several hundred 2-3 gb files, and write speeds are still slow.
  15. I am trying to copy some large files over to an external HDD (Seagate Backup Plus Ultra Touch 2.0 TB) but am suffering from abominable write speeds. We're talking around 300 KB/s here. A few things I've already checked: It's plugged into a 3.0 port I've tried both windows and linux When looking at the transfer speed readout, the speed oscillated between about 7 MB/s and 300 KB/s. In task manager the average response time of the drive goes from 0 to 1000 ms constantly. I have no idea what this implies. CrystalDiskMark and CrystalDiskInfo screenshot