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Stoigeboiii

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About Stoigeboiii

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  • Location
    Silicon Valley
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Soccer and Computing

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 3950x
  • Motherboard
    ASUS PRIME X570-PRO
  • RAM
    64GB G-Skillz
  • GPU
    Nvidia 2080 ti
  • Case
    Meshify C
  • Storage
    Western Digital 500GB SSD - 8TB HDD
  • Display(s)
    LG 4K 60hz and ASUS TUF Gaming VG27AQ 27"
  • Cooling
    Fans
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G915 TKL (Brown Version)
  • Mouse
    Corsair M65 ELITE RGB
  • Sound
    Polk Speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. My temperatures have been really high since my house does have AC and I can't open the windows due to air quality. So I have been trying to watch my Unraid stuff. Then it just stopped working. My errors spiked on my parity and then stuff hit the fan. So if you look at the Screenshots the logs are taking up all the ram (at least I think). I also just can't open logs to see what happened. I closed the Array but it's still stopping. I'm afraid to reboot the system because I have no idea what's going on. I think I missed information but can't tell as I'm freaking out a little haha. An
  2. It worked and I was able to install it. Thank you so much!
  3. When using display settings the monitor scales are linked together. One monitor is at 4k and the other is 1440p. I want to set the 4K monitor to 200% scale and 1440p to 100% scaling but it is not letting me. I tried to use xrandr but it kept making things weird. If anyone knows how to do it that would be great. My monitors are on DP-2 and DP-4. Any help would be appreciated thanks
  4. I use this dock for work https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07VL675DT/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Do you think the LattePanda will work with this and let off two 4k60 displays with the USB C Dock? I'm a programmer, how big of projects can it run? Such as a web server with PHP or Rust. Thanks in Advance!
  5. I have a gaming pc and a work laptop but the PC run too hot at night. When I want to program at 11pm my gaming pc makes my room unbearably hot. I have a Thunderbolt dock for my work laptop (Macbook Pro 16 inch) that has displayports which goes to my two monitors and is also attached to my keyboard. Is there any version of a raspberry pi style computer that allows me to just plug it in via USB C and have it work with the thunderbolt dock? (Bonus if it's a little fast so I can program on it okay)
  6. Hey man, no rush or pressure. I don't wanna be the reason you don't sleep and miss something important. Thank you for your help! I am going to do what you advise tomorrow and get back to you! Thanks again, hope everything is okay!
  7. Yeah, I'll try right now to get the logs. I see no logs after the screen goes no signal and come back its just black then go back to no signal
  8. Trying to install Fedora as a dual boot on my Ryzen 3950x and Asus X570 Prime-P Pro board. I turned off Fast Boot and selected Other OS in my bios. However, I just get stuck in what looks like a boot loop. I boot into the Flash Drive and select Start Fedora 32 Live and it shows some console logs then the screen go to no signal gets signal again then back to no signal repeat. Not sure what to do. Any help would be appreciated
  9. There are a few more reasons, like AMD being ahead in processors, if you ever want to record or stream your gameplay, or you have any hobbies that involve video editing, photo editing, 3d modeling, or animation. I personal like my amd processor. And how we use processors are starting to change for games, as consoles start to use more core. And consoles dictate games and how they work
  10. I think "overhead" is good but that's not really a requirement. If you plan to get a RTX 3090 in the future than yes a 750W is a good idea (that's the recommended PSU for the 3090) then sure get that one. But to be more practically you only need a 650W. I'm not sure if this is still true but having a too big PSU will cost more for electricity than a lower watt one. I think I heard this on the news or in my electrical physics class (which i almost failed so I wouldn't trust my word for that oops) but I would understand a bigger PSU if you wanted to but I think the 650W makes the mo
  11. People will now recommend AMD because they are more affordable for the long run as it seems. So if you got a b550 or x570 AM4 board then you will most likely be able to upgrade for much cheaper in the future. AMD normally offer 3 gens maybe 4 gens of cpus. So upgrading now will make upgrading in the future easier. Cause if you upgrade to a 9900k the next time you want to change CPUs it will cost you another motherboard as well. So it might make sense to do it now instead of later. I have a b350 board for my home nas and I could put a 3950x whenever I decide to.
  12. Nvidia actually recommend a 650 watts for 3070 Recommended System Power (W) (2) 650 https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/graphics-cards/30-series/rtx-3070/
  13. Do we know when reviewers will be allowed to release benchmarks of the new gpus so we can know if they're good!
  14. I have a 3950x and plan to get the RTX 3900. Any psu recommendations?
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