Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

MojangYang

Member
  • Content Count

    357
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Awards

This user doesn't have any awards

2 Followers

About MojangYang

  • Title
    Member

System

  • CPU
    Intel core i5 8400
  • Motherboard
    Aorus z370 ultra gaming 2.0
  • RAM
    8GB 3000 MHz DDR4 Rijaws V
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 1060 3GB
  • Case
    Casecome
  • Storage
    1TB HDD, 250GB HDD
  • PSU
    Cooler Power 550w
  • Cooling
    Intel stock cooler
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 pro 64 bit

Recent Profile Visitors

1,060 profile views
  1. Surface mount devices. They are the smaller packaged leds that don't have long leads, that are soldered to the surface of the pcb instead of pushed through holes. The left one with the long leads is actually called tht/through hole technology. They are both LEDs so I have no idea why they labled them like that Oh dear how do I resize the image
  2. Depends on what type of led they are, but it should be easy no matter their type as long as you have the right tools. It's most likely just some basic soldering required. Could be slightly harder if they are smd.
  3. Hey guys, haven't posted here in a while because I realised I've been posting a lot of cringe. But I ran into a real issue today so here I am. I had my pc since 2018 and overall, it's been working fine, with a few bumps along the way. Specs: Windows 10 Pro i5 8400 32gb ddr4 2666 (corsair vengeance pro) GTX 1060 3GB (Gigabyte) Aorus ultra gaming 2.0 mobo, z370 1TB 2700 Seagate Barracuda HDD with 16GB of optane for acceleration. But lately, it has been bluescreening a lot upon waking from hibernation mode, I didn't think much of it and instead
  4. Really why tf are miners still buying GPUs? There are much more powerful and cheaper ASIC miners but they gotta buy out graphics cards. IQ 5000

    1.   Show previous replies  3 more
    2. Prodigy_Smit

      Prodigy_Smit

      20 minutes ago, Moonzy said:

      because i like GPUs

      So I collect them like infinity stones

        Hide contents

      DSC_0396.thumb.JPG.d98a0b92bc290efaf19301496d7aba79.JPG

       

      More money than every electronic device in my house.

    3. Moonzy

      Moonzy

      41 minutes ago, Prodigy_Smit said:

      More money than every electronic device in my house.

      Well, they pay for themselves so I'm not too worried about it

       

      Few of the 30 series I bought already earned back their costs, namely 3 of the 3060ti that I bought back in December

    4. Jtalk4456

      Jtalk4456

      I'm guessing with mining you can attack each of them separately vs trying to combine cards like you would for gaming?

  5. Found iphone 6 lying in wet grass at the side of the road, luckily it has a simcard that contains the number the owner decided to keep and use on another phone. Returned to owner. Prowd

    1. Skiiwee29

      Skiiwee29

      good job on having integrity to do the right thing. 

  6. Hey guys, can anyone help me decide which drive to choose? I'm planning on buying a 1tb ssd to replace my optane accelerated hdd, but idk which one to buy. The 860 QVO is slightly cheaper then the EVO, but the EVO is more popular for its great durability. The 970 EVO is supposed to be much faster than the 860 EVO, has the same TBW and isn't much more expensive on ebay. But someone told me there really isn't much performance difference between the 970 EVO and 860 EVO. So can anyone help me decide? I'll use the ssd as a boot drive. I'm just an average gamer programmer and re
  7. Hey, thanks for the reply. The scan appears to be complete but I'm confused after the first scan, it just got stuck at 100%, and I still can't type anything else in cmd. I opened another instance of cmd and did the "sfc /scannow" command and it appears to have frozen too.
  8. Hi guys, So one day it worked fine, and the next (after a windows 10 update), it didn't. My pc does not seem to be detecting our home wifi, plus a few more. I tried restarting the pc and the router, reinstalling the adaptor driver, and using an external usb wifi dongle. Non of which worked. All other devices work fine. Does anyone know what is happening? Thanks
  9. It's fixed. There was a lot of water between the diffusion layers and the acrylic Thanks
  10. nah. Its almost 10 years old. and it only has vga input "voiding the wwarranty was my way of saying "taking it apart"
  11. its under the lcd. Im half way through voiding its warranty. I don't really trust myself on not ripping the ribbon of the lcd. Im just gonna use a hairdryer and silicon desiccant.
  12. i get it but it looks like water, right?
  13. So er guys... I got an AOC e2070swn from the dump for a budget render server. It appeared fine at first, but it had those weird dark and bright patches over it. What can this be caused by? is it water between the lcd panel and the backlight? The spots don't move when I press on them.
  14. Hi, guys. Just so you know, this question is kind of specific. So I have this multi-purpose server I built out of scrap parts, with CPU: i3 4160 Ram: 6GB ddr3 (2 mixed sticks of various unknown frequency and brands) Random Gigabyte mini itx mobo (I think its a GA-H81M-DS2) Ancient seagate 160GB HDD. The specs does sound completely rubbish, but it worked well for me as a Sheepit render client (Blender community render farm service, basicly the machine runs 24/7, rendering projects for other people) However, this morning, something peculiar happen
  15. psu brand? might be because of sketchy psu.
×