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About Johannes_Lazor

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  • Birthday May 21, 1997

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  • Interests
    Knowing computers,
    Working(As long as i gain in some way from it)
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  • CPU
    Intel i5 4690k @4.3Ghz
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z97S Krait Edition
  • RAM
    4x4gb(Total 16gb) Kingston Genesis 1600Mhz
  • GPU
    Asus GTX 1080
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide SPEC-03 White
  • Storage
    BX200 240gb + 2tb Barracuda
  • PSU
    Corsair CX650M
  • Display(s)
    One AOC 24' LED e2460Sh(It is a TN panel, But it suits my needs) and one ACER AL1716 17'
  • Cooling
    CoolerMaster 212 Evo
  • Keyboard
    CoolerMaster MK750
  • Mouse
    CoolerMaster Storm Reaper
  • Sound
    Logitec g PRo
  • Operating System
    Win10 Pro

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  1. Do you have any other PSU's at hand? it sounds like your PSU has a halfway blown cap somewhere and can only supply just enough wattage to power up the lights, as soon as something as heavy as the CPU or RAM needs power it just shuts off
  2. those last ~800 mb is dedicated for your graphics. My laptop has 4gb of RAM and has 512mb dedicated as Vram, so i only get 3.5gb of usable RAM for the CPU.
  3. Im on an practical education, Half of all days which i study are on real jobs, I have stacked up about 800 hours of work during the 3 years i have studied. I am allowed to wire houses and such, But a full-paid electrician has to give the go-ahed to power everything up. The people i work with trust me enough so they just say "Sure, power it up" at this point. Most of what i do is wiring stuff, but i also do some planning and such. The boss at the place i "work" says im better than some of the guys who have been working for him 1-3 years
  4. Yup, Everything went just fine, The best way to learn is to fail as i have shown time and time again
  5. Nice, might add it later. i will start a new skyrim playthrough when i am done with Fallout 4. A graphical mod for skyrim which i would recommend is Imaginator, It allows for very fine adjustement of saturation, light and shadows without any performance impact. It really gives the final Umph to make the game custom
  6. Has immersive patrols gotten better lately? i remember the last time i used it, The troops just ended up in a big cluster east of Helgen until the papyrus script just gave up
  7. When i was 7 i took two wires and put them on my tounge, I thought it would tickle since i already did it with 9 volt batteries.. I had to go to speech therapy later :P, But look at me now! Now i am an Electrician x D
  8. Depending on the fan it can work, Using a 12v DC fan it will die, thats for sure. However, if the fan is rated for AC and 230 volts it is just fine. The primary problem with plugging you notebook directly into the socket is the AC, It burns through DC electronics like a hot knife through butter. Stepping down the voltage from 230 volts to 20 volts is not very efficient unless you use the AC with a transformer and convert it to DC( the powerbrick). You could just put a resistor with a cooler on it along with an powerful diod and capacitor to step down the voltage but that way all the 210volts
  9. I would recommend getting an G3258 and an H81 motherboard instead, Intel offers better gaming performance at the moment becouse of their single-threaded performance. And on a decent H81 motherboard. But if you simply are a fan of AMD you can go with that if you want, Your money, your rules. For example, In a game which uses 4 cores or less the i5 4460 will have nearly twice the performance of an FX 8350, And games rarely use more than 4 cores. (take the benchmark with a grain of salt) http://cpubenchmark.net/compare.php?cmp%5B%5D=1780&cmp%5B%5D=2230
  10. Coca Cola Zero - The CPU/GPU which need Heating up to not freeze!
  11. Yea, minecraft will run at that Cinematic 24fps™ Just joking. You will be able to push pretty much anything on that rig, But you should get a Z-series board if you want to overclock.
  12. Windows update. I only use Windows update and Geforce experience for updating drivers, It suits me just fine.
  13. I would not go for an boot drive which only has 60gb, Im using a 240gb BX200 and i am barely scraping by, and the only games i have on it is Fallout 4, Skyrim and ARK: SE
  14. I usually buy hardware when it is a generation behind and prices drops for it. I would say go for the older CPU, More bang for your buck.
  15. PC hardware prices drops as rocks in water. Just dont bother looking back, look forwards instead.