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    Fasauceome got a reaction from YT_DomDaBomb20 for a status update, As much as I love the Linux PC, it's nice to be back to 144Hz   
    As much as I love the Linux PC, it's nice to be back to 144Hz
     

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    Fasauceome got a reaction from The_Vaccine for a status update, As much as I love the Linux PC, it's nice to be back to 144Hz   
    As much as I love the Linux PC, it's nice to be back to 144Hz
     

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    Fasauceome got a reaction from soldier_ph for a status update, As much as I love the Linux PC, it's nice to be back to 144Hz   
    As much as I love the Linux PC, it's nice to be back to 144Hz
     

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    Fasauceome got a reaction from kucharczykt for a status update, As much as I love the Linux PC, it's nice to be back to 144Hz   
    As much as I love the Linux PC, it's nice to be back to 144Hz
     

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    Fasauceome got a reaction from lewdicrous for a status update, As much as I love the Linux PC, it's nice to be back to 144Hz   
    As much as I love the Linux PC, it's nice to be back to 144Hz
     

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    Fasauceome got a reaction from Haro for a status update, As much as I love the Linux PC, it's nice to be back to 144Hz   
    As much as I love the Linux PC, it's nice to be back to 144Hz
     

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    Fasauceome got a reaction from Meganter for a status update, As much as I love the Linux PC, it's nice to be back to 144Hz   
    As much as I love the Linux PC, it's nice to be back to 144Hz
     

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    Fasauceome got a reaction from zeusthemoose for a status update, As much as I love the Linux PC, it's nice to be back to 144Hz   
    As much as I love the Linux PC, it's nice to be back to 144Hz
     

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    Fasauceome got a reaction from wall03 for a status update, As much as I love the Linux PC, it's nice to be back to 144Hz   
    As much as I love the Linux PC, it's nice to be back to 144Hz
     

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    Fasauceome got a reaction from kelvinhall05 for a status update, As much as I love the Linux PC, it's nice to be back to 144Hz   
    As much as I love the Linux PC, it's nice to be back to 144Hz
     

  11. Informative
    Fasauceome got a reaction from YT_DomDaBomb20 for a status update, things I never looked for before but are definitely super useful: https://gist.github   
    things I never looked for before but are definitely super useful:
    https://gist.github.com/AveYo/c74dc774a8fb81a332b5d65613187b15
    A windows media creation tool for old windows 10 versions. I only keep one version of windows 10 on me at a time, so a way to access old ISOs is super useful.
  12. Like
    Fasauceome got a reaction from The_Vaccine for a status update, things I never looked for before but are definitely super useful: https://gist.github   
    things I never looked for before but are definitely super useful:
    https://gist.github.com/AveYo/c74dc774a8fb81a332b5d65613187b15
    A windows media creation tool for old windows 10 versions. I only keep one version of windows 10 on me at a time, so a way to access old ISOs is super useful.
  13. Informative
    Fasauceome got a reaction from zeusthemoose for a status update, things I never looked for before but are definitely super useful: https://gist.github   
    things I never looked for before but are definitely super useful:
    https://gist.github.com/AveYo/c74dc774a8fb81a332b5d65613187b15
    A windows media creation tool for old windows 10 versions. I only keep one version of windows 10 on me at a time, so a way to access old ISOs is super useful.
  14. Informative
    Fasauceome got a reaction from Meganter for a status update, things I never looked for before but are definitely super useful: https://gist.github   
    things I never looked for before but are definitely super useful:
    https://gist.github.com/AveYo/c74dc774a8fb81a332b5d65613187b15
    A windows media creation tool for old windows 10 versions. I only keep one version of windows 10 on me at a time, so a way to access old ISOs is super useful.
  15. Like
    Fasauceome got a reaction from Haro for a status update, things I never looked for before but are definitely super useful: https://gist.github   
    things I never looked for before but are definitely super useful:
    https://gist.github.com/AveYo/c74dc774a8fb81a332b5d65613187b15
    A windows media creation tool for old windows 10 versions. I only keep one version of windows 10 on me at a time, so a way to access old ISOs is super useful.
  16. Like
    Fasauceome got a reaction from TVwazhere for a status update, Reasons I am beyond the help of the forum: Friend got new ram because his DDR4 was bu   
    Reasons I am beyond the help of the forum:
     
    Friend got new ram because his DDR4 was busted (one dimm would not work in any PC) SO he went to best buy and got 2x8GB of Dominator RGB for his B550M Bazooka.
     
    But you see, poor lads, this man is cursed. All of the computers he touches are, in one way or another, going to inexplicably mess up catastrophically. His poor laptop, which he just upgraded from with this desktop, was plagued with an inexplicable slowness and bugginess, despite my best efforts to get it running smoothly.
     
    As such, when he inserts his new ram, he immediately faces problems. His windows search bar would not work, ctrl+alt+delete produces an error message, and windows in general is behaving very strangely. Now, he fortunately takes the initiative and unfortunately follows the wrong advice. He goes into command prompt to try to reset his login credentials for some reason, which promptly logs him out, and his account is now locked with a password which was set within a glitched out operating system, so of course he can't sign in anymore. Ok, sure, I'll just go over there and help him reinstall windows.
     
    Well, I go ahead and take a gander, try to log in, and then tell him we're nuking the SSD. He says it's fine, any important data is on the cloud, and I turn the PC off. I try to get the PC back on to get into the BIOS, nothing. Strange. So since adding the ram was the issue to begin with (somehow), I popped his single working dimm into the system. Works, great. Enable defaults, system resets, nothing. We go through a 45 minute trial of popping ram in and out, seeing what works and what doesn't, somehow it looks like the Dominator RGB has broker but somehow it also looks like the device can't even get past the BIOS screen, totally bizarre behavior.
     
    So I turn to his brother's PC. He has some good DDR4, so let's test there. Pop the Dominator RGB into that system, no dice. Must be bum memory, sucks. But we put the good memory back in... oh no... the system won't start. Cue me sweating bullets because I thought I just killed a perfectly good system, Tomahawk motherboard lighting up the "Boot" error LED and no display. Well, of course the system was trying to default to the Valve Index as the output instead of the monitor. THANK YOU MSI for your very descriptive error LEDs.
     
    His system works, I put the Dominator ram into the other system, somehow it starts working perfectly. Wonderful.
     
    TL:DR
    magic touch does not always cancel out bad luck, and it's been a long time since I encountered a tech problem that is "normal" or that the forum could probably help with.
  17. Like
    Fasauceome got a reaction from Mateyyy for a status update, Reasons I am beyond the help of the forum: Friend got new ram because his DDR4 was bu   
    Reasons I am beyond the help of the forum:
     
    Friend got new ram because his DDR4 was busted (one dimm would not work in any PC) SO he went to best buy and got 2x8GB of Dominator RGB for his B550M Bazooka.
     
    But you see, poor lads, this man is cursed. All of the computers he touches are, in one way or another, going to inexplicably mess up catastrophically. His poor laptop, which he just upgraded from with this desktop, was plagued with an inexplicable slowness and bugginess, despite my best efforts to get it running smoothly.
     
    As such, when he inserts his new ram, he immediately faces problems. His windows search bar would not work, ctrl+alt+delete produces an error message, and windows in general is behaving very strangely. Now, he fortunately takes the initiative and unfortunately follows the wrong advice. He goes into command prompt to try to reset his login credentials for some reason, which promptly logs him out, and his account is now locked with a password which was set within a glitched out operating system, so of course he can't sign in anymore. Ok, sure, I'll just go over there and help him reinstall windows.
     
    Well, I go ahead and take a gander, try to log in, and then tell him we're nuking the SSD. He says it's fine, any important data is on the cloud, and I turn the PC off. I try to get the PC back on to get into the BIOS, nothing. Strange. So since adding the ram was the issue to begin with (somehow), I popped his single working dimm into the system. Works, great. Enable defaults, system resets, nothing. We go through a 45 minute trial of popping ram in and out, seeing what works and what doesn't, somehow it looks like the Dominator RGB has broker but somehow it also looks like the device can't even get past the BIOS screen, totally bizarre behavior.
     
    So I turn to his brother's PC. He has some good DDR4, so let's test there. Pop the Dominator RGB into that system, no dice. Must be bum memory, sucks. But we put the good memory back in... oh no... the system won't start. Cue me sweating bullets because I thought I just killed a perfectly good system, Tomahawk motherboard lighting up the "Boot" error LED and no display. Well, of course the system was trying to default to the Valve Index as the output instead of the monitor. THANK YOU MSI for your very descriptive error LEDs.
     
    His system works, I put the Dominator ram into the other system, somehow it starts working perfectly. Wonderful.
     
    TL:DR
    magic touch does not always cancel out bad luck, and it's been a long time since I encountered a tech problem that is "normal" or that the forum could probably help with.
  18. Like
    Fasauceome got a reaction from Meganter for a status update, Reasons I am beyond the help of the forum: Friend got new ram because his DDR4 was bu   
    Reasons I am beyond the help of the forum:
     
    Friend got new ram because his DDR4 was busted (one dimm would not work in any PC) SO he went to best buy and got 2x8GB of Dominator RGB for his B550M Bazooka.
     
    But you see, poor lads, this man is cursed. All of the computers he touches are, in one way or another, going to inexplicably mess up catastrophically. His poor laptop, which he just upgraded from with this desktop, was plagued with an inexplicable slowness and bugginess, despite my best efforts to get it running smoothly.
     
    As such, when he inserts his new ram, he immediately faces problems. His windows search bar would not work, ctrl+alt+delete produces an error message, and windows in general is behaving very strangely. Now, he fortunately takes the initiative and unfortunately follows the wrong advice. He goes into command prompt to try to reset his login credentials for some reason, which promptly logs him out, and his account is now locked with a password which was set within a glitched out operating system, so of course he can't sign in anymore. Ok, sure, I'll just go over there and help him reinstall windows.
     
    Well, I go ahead and take a gander, try to log in, and then tell him we're nuking the SSD. He says it's fine, any important data is on the cloud, and I turn the PC off. I try to get the PC back on to get into the BIOS, nothing. Strange. So since adding the ram was the issue to begin with (somehow), I popped his single working dimm into the system. Works, great. Enable defaults, system resets, nothing. We go through a 45 minute trial of popping ram in and out, seeing what works and what doesn't, somehow it looks like the Dominator RGB has broker but somehow it also looks like the device can't even get past the BIOS screen, totally bizarre behavior.
     
    So I turn to his brother's PC. He has some good DDR4, so let's test there. Pop the Dominator RGB into that system, no dice. Must be bum memory, sucks. But we put the good memory back in... oh no... the system won't start. Cue me sweating bullets because I thought I just killed a perfectly good system, Tomahawk motherboard lighting up the "Boot" error LED and no display. Well, of course the system was trying to default to the Valve Index as the output instead of the monitor. THANK YOU MSI for your very descriptive error LEDs.
     
    His system works, I put the Dominator ram into the other system, somehow it starts working perfectly. Wonderful.
     
    TL:DR
    magic touch does not always cancel out bad luck, and it's been a long time since I encountered a tech problem that is "normal" or that the forum could probably help with.
  19. Like
    Fasauceome got a reaction from zeusthemoose for a status update, Reasons I am beyond the help of the forum: Friend got new ram because his DDR4 was bu   
    Reasons I am beyond the help of the forum:
     
    Friend got new ram because his DDR4 was busted (one dimm would not work in any PC) SO he went to best buy and got 2x8GB of Dominator RGB for his B550M Bazooka.
     
    But you see, poor lads, this man is cursed. All of the computers he touches are, in one way or another, going to inexplicably mess up catastrophically. His poor laptop, which he just upgraded from with this desktop, was plagued with an inexplicable slowness and bugginess, despite my best efforts to get it running smoothly.
     
    As such, when he inserts his new ram, he immediately faces problems. His windows search bar would not work, ctrl+alt+delete produces an error message, and windows in general is behaving very strangely. Now, he fortunately takes the initiative and unfortunately follows the wrong advice. He goes into command prompt to try to reset his login credentials for some reason, which promptly logs him out, and his account is now locked with a password which was set within a glitched out operating system, so of course he can't sign in anymore. Ok, sure, I'll just go over there and help him reinstall windows.
     
    Well, I go ahead and take a gander, try to log in, and then tell him we're nuking the SSD. He says it's fine, any important data is on the cloud, and I turn the PC off. I try to get the PC back on to get into the BIOS, nothing. Strange. So since adding the ram was the issue to begin with (somehow), I popped his single working dimm into the system. Works, great. Enable defaults, system resets, nothing. We go through a 45 minute trial of popping ram in and out, seeing what works and what doesn't, somehow it looks like the Dominator RGB has broker but somehow it also looks like the device can't even get past the BIOS screen, totally bizarre behavior.
     
    So I turn to his brother's PC. He has some good DDR4, so let's test there. Pop the Dominator RGB into that system, no dice. Must be bum memory, sucks. But we put the good memory back in... oh no... the system won't start. Cue me sweating bullets because I thought I just killed a perfectly good system, Tomahawk motherboard lighting up the "Boot" error LED and no display. Well, of course the system was trying to default to the Valve Index as the output instead of the monitor. THANK YOU MSI for your very descriptive error LEDs.
     
    His system works, I put the Dominator ram into the other system, somehow it starts working perfectly. Wonderful.
     
    TL:DR
    magic touch does not always cancel out bad luck, and it's been a long time since I encountered a tech problem that is "normal" or that the forum could probably help with.
  20. Like
    Fasauceome got a reaction from MadAnt250 for a status update, Reasons I am beyond the help of the forum: Friend got new ram because his DDR4 was bu   
    Reasons I am beyond the help of the forum:
     
    Friend got new ram because his DDR4 was busted (one dimm would not work in any PC) SO he went to best buy and got 2x8GB of Dominator RGB for his B550M Bazooka.
     
    But you see, poor lads, this man is cursed. All of the computers he touches are, in one way or another, going to inexplicably mess up catastrophically. His poor laptop, which he just upgraded from with this desktop, was plagued with an inexplicable slowness and bugginess, despite my best efforts to get it running smoothly.
     
    As such, when he inserts his new ram, he immediately faces problems. His windows search bar would not work, ctrl+alt+delete produces an error message, and windows in general is behaving very strangely. Now, he fortunately takes the initiative and unfortunately follows the wrong advice. He goes into command prompt to try to reset his login credentials for some reason, which promptly logs him out, and his account is now locked with a password which was set within a glitched out operating system, so of course he can't sign in anymore. Ok, sure, I'll just go over there and help him reinstall windows.
     
    Well, I go ahead and take a gander, try to log in, and then tell him we're nuking the SSD. He says it's fine, any important data is on the cloud, and I turn the PC off. I try to get the PC back on to get into the BIOS, nothing. Strange. So since adding the ram was the issue to begin with (somehow), I popped his single working dimm into the system. Works, great. Enable defaults, system resets, nothing. We go through a 45 minute trial of popping ram in and out, seeing what works and what doesn't, somehow it looks like the Dominator RGB has broker but somehow it also looks like the device can't even get past the BIOS screen, totally bizarre behavior.
     
    So I turn to his brother's PC. He has some good DDR4, so let's test there. Pop the Dominator RGB into that system, no dice. Must be bum memory, sucks. But we put the good memory back in... oh no... the system won't start. Cue me sweating bullets because I thought I just killed a perfectly good system, Tomahawk motherboard lighting up the "Boot" error LED and no display. Well, of course the system was trying to default to the Valve Index as the output instead of the monitor. THANK YOU MSI for your very descriptive error LEDs.
     
    His system works, I put the Dominator ram into the other system, somehow it starts working perfectly. Wonderful.
     
    TL:DR
    magic touch does not always cancel out bad luck, and it's been a long time since I encountered a tech problem that is "normal" or that the forum could probably help with.
  21. Like
    Fasauceome got a reaction from kelvinhall05 for a status update, Reasons I am beyond the help of the forum: Friend got new ram because his DDR4 was bu   
    Reasons I am beyond the help of the forum:
     
    Friend got new ram because his DDR4 was busted (one dimm would not work in any PC) SO he went to best buy and got 2x8GB of Dominator RGB for his B550M Bazooka.
     
    But you see, poor lads, this man is cursed. All of the computers he touches are, in one way or another, going to inexplicably mess up catastrophically. His poor laptop, which he just upgraded from with this desktop, was plagued with an inexplicable slowness and bugginess, despite my best efforts to get it running smoothly.
     
    As such, when he inserts his new ram, he immediately faces problems. His windows search bar would not work, ctrl+alt+delete produces an error message, and windows in general is behaving very strangely. Now, he fortunately takes the initiative and unfortunately follows the wrong advice. He goes into command prompt to try to reset his login credentials for some reason, which promptly logs him out, and his account is now locked with a password which was set within a glitched out operating system, so of course he can't sign in anymore. Ok, sure, I'll just go over there and help him reinstall windows.
     
    Well, I go ahead and take a gander, try to log in, and then tell him we're nuking the SSD. He says it's fine, any important data is on the cloud, and I turn the PC off. I try to get the PC back on to get into the BIOS, nothing. Strange. So since adding the ram was the issue to begin with (somehow), I popped his single working dimm into the system. Works, great. Enable defaults, system resets, nothing. We go through a 45 minute trial of popping ram in and out, seeing what works and what doesn't, somehow it looks like the Dominator RGB has broker but somehow it also looks like the device can't even get past the BIOS screen, totally bizarre behavior.
     
    So I turn to his brother's PC. He has some good DDR4, so let's test there. Pop the Dominator RGB into that system, no dice. Must be bum memory, sucks. But we put the good memory back in... oh no... the system won't start. Cue me sweating bullets because I thought I just killed a perfectly good system, Tomahawk motherboard lighting up the "Boot" error LED and no display. Well, of course the system was trying to default to the Valve Index as the output instead of the monitor. THANK YOU MSI for your very descriptive error LEDs.
     
    His system works, I put the Dominator ram into the other system, somehow it starts working perfectly. Wonderful.
     
    TL:DR
    magic touch does not always cancel out bad luck, and it's been a long time since I encountered a tech problem that is "normal" or that the forum could probably help with.
  22. Like
    Fasauceome got a reaction from TVwazhere for a status update, It's a laser engraved Christmas Time lapse pending (if applicable)   
    It's a laser engraved Christmas
     

     
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    Fasauceome got a reaction from Haro for a status update, It's a laser engraved Christmas Time lapse pending (if applicable)   
    It's a laser engraved Christmas
     

     
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    Fasauceome got a reaction from The_Vaccine for a status update, It's a laser engraved Christmas Time lapse pending (if applicable)   
    It's a laser engraved Christmas
     

     
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    Fasauceome got a reaction from kelvinhall05 for a status update, It's a laser engraved Christmas Time lapse pending (if applicable)   
    It's a laser engraved Christmas
     

     
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