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About milesuy

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  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 2700X
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte X470 Aorus Gaming 5 Wifi
  • RAM
    Ballistix Sport 32GB DDR4-2666Mhz
  • GPU
    MSI Gaming X GTX 1060
  • Case
    Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX Tempered Glass
  • Storage
    Samsung 860EVO 500GB
  • PSU
    Seasonic Focus Gold 750FX
  • Display(s)
    HKC M27G1Q Freesync Monitor
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper 212 Led Turbo
  • Keyboard
    Cooler Master CM Storm QuickFire XTi
  • Mouse
    Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
  • Laptop
    Dell G3 15 3590

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  1. Update: It slightly fixed itself just by leaving it on a flat surface for a few days. Although there is a stretch/fold mark on the fabric, and the rubber side is smooth again.
  2. I purchased a mouse mat online and I received it folded. How do I fix the fold mark? Front Side: Back Side:
  3. My friend has an Asus Q405UA. He plans to upgrade the RAM and add a SSD to the laptop. He also would like to reapply the thermal paste, because its already 3 years since he got the laptop, and it is starting to thermal throttle a lot, especially when playing games. Has anyone used the guides from www.insidemylaptop.com for disassembling a laptop? I only found 2 YouTube videos, but none of them talked about the M.2 and RAM slots. Is the M.2 slot for NVME or SATA? Is there a 2080 size or did they mistype 2280? (See screenshot below) Source: https://www.i
  4. I'm planning to also upgrade my GPU, from a 2070 Super to a 3070, and I'm planning to leave my 2070 Super in my system and run Folding at Home or crypto mining.
  5. From GamersNexus video, they show that these Gigabyte PSUs are failing: GP-P750GM & GP-P850GM. In addition, many articles and Youtubers are also talking about the failures too. Is it only limited to those models? I am planning to buy the Gigabyte GP-P1000GM, which is on sale right now in my country, is this model not affected.
  6. Update: Exiting Logitech G Hub after quitting GTA V also fixes it. I still would like to have a permanent solution, where Logitech G Hub is running all the time?
  7. Logitech G Hub causing games to still run in background after quitting the game. GTA V is affected, but World War Z and Fortnite is not affected. I had reformatted my system on February 2021, and the issue still persists. GTA V is stuck running in background until I go to task manager to stop it or if I manually exit Rockstar Launcher. I had initially asked Steam Community, but no solution has been found. https://steamcommunity.com/app/271590/discussions/0/3115899349879693296/ For now, I disabled Logitech G Hub at startup (in Task Manager>Start
  8. How do you roll it: the smooth part or the rubber part facing out?
  9. The original packaging is just a piece of self-adhesive clear plastic, which I threw away already. Can I use this? Its a blueprint / art tube:
  10. I'm planning to buy my 2nd mouse mat, so when I wash my first mouse mat, I'll use my 2nd mouse mat. I'm planning to store my first mouse mat until the 2nd mouse mat needs washing (about 1 to 2 months). How to store mouse mats?
  11. I'm not sure about that, but it is a commonly used acronym in my country. Examples: https://shopee.ph/APC-UPS-650VA-360W-Uninterruptible-Power-Supply-(BVX650I-PH-Easy-UPS-4-Outlet-AVR-Surge)-i.432523784.8549474511?position=26#:~:text=UPS%2C 4 outlets%2C-,AVR,-/Surge) 100% Genuine https://shopee.ph/Akari-AVR-500W-Servo-Motor-75-Copper-Wire-(AVR-SVC-500)-FREE-Extension-Cord(AEC-H1013)-Buy-1-Get-1-i.29256376.1876264039?position=52 https://shopee.ph/Panther-PVE-500-D-AVR-Relay-Type-Output-220V-AC-with-3-5-minutes-Power-on-Delay-i.226793333.7536778281?position=48#:
  12. AVR means Automatic Voltage Regulator. My AVR has the feature that "steps-down" the voltage from 220V to 110V.
  13. I always have Seasonic PSUs for my PCs, but I would like to try other brands. I found a Gigabyte 1000W GP-P1000GM on sale, is it a good buy or a bad idea, since GamersNexus said that some Gigabyte 750W and 850W PSUs blows up and damages components. Although they did not mention 1000W models. Source: I also found FSP Hydro G Pro 1000W, is FSP good? What is the problem with Seasonic?
  14. I have a gaming PC and my AVR has 220V and 110V outlets. My gaming PC's PSU can accept 110V and 220V. Where should I plug it, and is there any advantage if I used 110V or 220V? I live in the Philippines and our outlets are 220V.