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About AndreiArgeanu

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 3 3100
  • Motherboard
    B450 Tomahawk Max
  • RAM
    2x8GB Corsair Vengeance 3200mhz DDR4
  • GPU
    GTX 770 (soon to be rx 480)
  • Case
    Ionz KZ08
  • Storage
    640GB WD Caviar Black, 240GB Crucial BX500
  • PSU
    500W EVGA
  • Display(s)
    Acer K242HQL
  • Cooling
    Wraith Stealth aka stock cooler
  • Keyboard
    Marvo KG937 Outemu Blue Mechanical Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Logitech G402
  • Sound
    Evo Core Phenom Mega
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • Laptop
    Asus ZX553VD
    i7 7700HQ
    8gb DDR4 2400mhz
    GTX 1050 2GB
    WD Blue 250GB M.2 SATA ssd
    1TB Seagate 5400RPM

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  1. Not really, most RTX 3090 cards have good cooling, except for a few models which make my skin crawl (looking at you Asus Turbo RTX 3090). But if you were to sort by highest boost clock and pick a card, technically the EVGA RTX 3090 KINGPIN gpu would be the best. If you want to look at all gpu models in one place and make some judgements yourself you can check techpowerup https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/geforce-rtx-3090.c3622
  2. Yeah, but at least in the UK you can buy them from HK or China but it takes a few weeks to arrive, oh and for some reason they won't ship to most countries, that kind of applies for all listings for the 4650g I could find in the UK. Also forgot to mention the price, 229£ or about 320$
  3. Considering the current shortages, the one you can find in stock at an ok price is the best one to be honest.
  4. Depends on your budget and what you want to do. I would personally go for a Zen 2 APU at least like a 4650G if you plan to install a powerful gpu like a 3060/3070 in at a later date.
  5. Considering how much rx 580's go for now that looks like a decent deal.
  6. So, I'm learning opencv in python and I ended up switching to my laptop so I can use the webcam for video feed. Issues is, after I installed opencv and numpy I still get the error "ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'cv2'". If I open python either separately from visual studio code or inside the vsc terminal and write import cv2 I don't get such errors. I have tried uninstalling the module and installing it again, restarting my pc. And tried to install it using pip3 install opencv-python instead of pip. I've also tried just writing from cv2 import cv2 instead of just import cv2 but that didn
  7. You need to disable the RST/RAID in the bios before proceeding. Ubuntu and Linux can detect raid configuration it just happens that it sometimes can't.
  8. It could have formated your EFI partition of Windows which is like 500mb, that's why it's important to format the whole drive. Here's a quick video to show you how to do it if you're unfamiliar with Linux Mint. 2021.05.04-18.48_Trim.mp4 edit: The efi partition is actually like 100mb, the recovery partition is like 500mb.
  9. Your probably need to format the hard drive in Linux since it probably still has whatever OS you installed on it. Then try this again.
  10. So you could swap the RGB corsair ram for cheaper Corsair ram without RGB but the same specs and rather than going for the 240mm cooler master AIO you could go for a be quiet! Dark Rock 4, or even cheaper a be quiet! Pure Rock Slim, Arctic Freezer 34 or the good ol' Hyper 212
  11. The mid-gen refreshes aren't needed to play any of the console titles on the platform. They're just upgrades, or more efficient versions of older consoles. So if you had an original PS4, you didn't need the slim model to play all the games released on the platform. Same for the Xbox one, PS3 and X360, though with the original 360 you probably had to upgrade to the slim whether you wanted to or not due to the famous RRoD.
  12. It's actually 6-7 years but ok. Your build should be able to handle 1440p at the moment with decent settings. The only way to improve performance considering your other components is to upgrade the GPU. You could save money, by going with a cheaper case/ram and cooler with no RGB, and pontetially a cheaper motherboard as well since your cpu is locked and you can't overclock it.
  13. The drive could be starting to fail. It would be a good idea to run a S.M.A.R.T. test to find out the condition of the drive.
  14. Ended up getting a ThinkPad L380, sadly the Dell's went far out my budget at the end of the auctions. It looks to have good battery life at 8hr 30 minutes of surfing the web on wifi at 150 nits brightnees. 2 memory slots so I can add some more later if I find the 8gb not enough. And it charges through USB C which is very convenient since I can share the charger with my phone. I hope I didn't make a bad choice, though I have 30 days to return the laptop if I don't end up liking.
  15. I don't have any favorites. The keyboard that I have is some off brand mechanical keyboard with Outemu Blues, and the mouse I have is a G402 I got on sale for like 10-15£..