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NineEyeRon

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    NineEyeRon got a reaction from OGKRG in Careers in IT   
    The best way is to get a 1st line support role and on the side study something IT related like a sys admin course or something, when a job in the area you studied comes up you have your experience plus qualifications.
     
    I work in IT and I see this method a lot.
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    NineEyeRon got a reaction from wkdpaul in Careers in IT   
    The best way is to get a 1st line support role and on the side study something IT related like a sys admin course or something, when a job in the area you studied comes up you have your experience plus qualifications.
     
    I work in IT and I see this method a lot.
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    NineEyeRon reacted to WikiForce in sticky gel pad on RAM   
    it's a thermal pad, used to keep your components such gpu,cpu,ssd etc. cool.
    it's not the ram actually, it's your nvme ssd.
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    NineEyeRon got a reaction from Dedayog in Need opinion on air flow :D (newbie question)   
    In at front or bottom, out at top and/or back.
     
    air won’t go exactly where you want it so only give it one way to go.
     
    Also consider pushing more air in than you pull out. Pulling out is to encourage the direction but you don’t want to pull in through unfiltered places if you have filters.
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    NineEyeRon got a reaction from RTX 3090 in Careers in IT   
    The best way is to get a 1st line support role and on the side study something IT related like a sys admin course or something, when a job in the area you studied comes up you have your experience plus qualifications.
     
    I work in IT and I see this method a lot.
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    NineEyeRon got a reaction from azzmain in have $100 in hand, How can i upgrade my PC!   
    Don’t spend it, save it!
     
    keep adding to it and when you really need a new PC you can afford one!
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    NineEyeRon got a reaction from linuxChips2600 in How long do batteries last   
    My Corsair voids lasted over 4 years, now wired only for about the last year of that. So maybe around 4 years battery life.

    My iPhone 7 is down to 60% and lasts about a day with light usage. Had it since early 2017 so its almost 4 years old. 
     
    Across all my devices it looks like 4 years is a decent life, beyond that it starts to affect its usage.
     
     
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    NineEyeRon reacted to ragnarok0273 in COIL WHINE, should go to PC repair shop?   
    Coil whine is not immediately an indicative of something wrong.
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    NineEyeRon got a reaction from Tan3l6 in What's Your Favorite Stress Test Program From Each Category?   
    CPU - Prime 95
    Optional (IMC) - Prime 95
    RAM - MemTest64
    GPU - Unigine Heaven, 3DMark, NovaBench
    VRAM - Unigine Heaven
    Power Supply/Power Draw - OCCT
    Overall System Stability - NovaBench, 3D Mark
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    NineEyeRon got a reaction from OGKRG in What's Your Favorite Stress Test Program From Each Category?   
    CPU - Prime 95
    Optional (IMC) - Prime 95
    RAM - MemTest64
    GPU - Unigine Heaven, 3DMark, NovaBench
    VRAM - Unigine Heaven
    Power Supply/Power Draw - OCCT
    Overall System Stability - NovaBench, 3D Mark
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    NineEyeRon reacted to OGKRG in What's Your Favorite Stress Test Program From Each Category?   
    (TEMPLATE)
    CPU - 
    Optional (IMC) - 
    RAM -
    GPU - 
    VRAM - 
    Power Supply/Power Draw - 
    Overall System Stability - 
     
    Here are mine - 
     
    CPU - Prime 95 Small FFT's no AVX or AVX 2
    Optional (IMC) - Prime 95 Large FFT's no AVX or AVX 2
    RAM - MemTest64
    GPU - Unigine Heaven
    VRAM - Unigine Heaven
    Power Supply/Power Draw - OCCT (Only one I know that has this feature)
    Overall System Stability - Prime 95 Blend no AVX or AVX 2, 3DMark Time Spy
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    NineEyeRon got a reaction from handymanshandle in Is PC gaming going to price itself out of relevancy?   
    In many ways PC gaming has never been more affordable, even the lower middle bracket of hardware is capable of 1080p 60FPS at reasonable settings.
     
    in addition we now have 10 years or so of decent looking games now, which we didn’t have in 2010. Skyrim can be played on a toaster these days... You don’t need to play 2020+ AAA titles to be a gamer, most of my games are from the 2012-16 period.
     
    It is only the top end, enthusiast sector that is expensive but then again it always has been. These make up a small percentage of PC gamers and even then some are not even gamers, they just like the hardware.
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    NineEyeRon got a reaction from Giganthrax in Is PC gaming going to price itself out of relevancy?   
    Steam says most are still on a 1060, for me it is that and the RX 580 that are the bread and butter skews.
     
    I don’t think a majority of gamers need or want RTX so the 1080, 1070 and 1060 still remain popular.
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    NineEyeRon got a reaction from Tigerleon in What could be the reason for low fps ?   
    This, AMD needs 2 sticks of 3200, no need to go any higher really but don’t go lower either. Just wasting your system otherwise. Two sticks of 8GB at that speed is plenty.
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    NineEyeRon reacted to Tigerleon in What could be the reason for low fps ?   
    Then he is not knowledgeable in PC's
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    NineEyeRon reacted to Tigerleon in What could be the reason for low fps ?   
    What you want is minimum 3200mhz 2x8gb sticks. Or 2x16 if you want 32gb ram of course.
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    NineEyeRon got a reaction from dizmo in Is PC gaming going to price itself out of relevancy?   
    Steam says most are still on a 1060, for me it is that and the RX 580 that are the bread and butter skews.
     
    I don’t think a majority of gamers need or want RTX so the 1080, 1070 and 1060 still remain popular.
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    NineEyeRon got a reaction from dizmo in Is PC gaming going to price itself out of relevancy?   
    In many ways PC gaming has never been more affordable, even the lower middle bracket of hardware is capable of 1080p 60FPS at reasonable settings.
     
    in addition we now have 10 years or so of decent looking games now, which we didn’t have in 2010. Skyrim can be played on a toaster these days... You don’t need to play 2020+ AAA titles to be a gamer, most of my games are from the 2012-16 period.
     
    It is only the top end, enthusiast sector that is expensive but then again it always has been. These make up a small percentage of PC gamers and even then some are not even gamers, they just like the hardware.
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    NineEyeRon reacted to Mling in Is PC gaming going to price itself out of relevancy?   
    are you taking into account inflation? we have had two global events that saw nations print money.
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    NineEyeRon reacted to DylanHasYouTube in 2 Graphics Cards   
    ah right yeah. okay thank you
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    NineEyeRon reacted to SlashedM in Ideal Virtual Memory Windows 10 for 8 gb ram and 16 gb ram   
    You should let windows decide. Gaming cannot take advantage of Virtual Memory (Page FIle)
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    NineEyeRon reacted to Aeswyr in Was CD Projekt ever as great as the hype?   
    This is true in case of Elder Scrolls Series.
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    NineEyeRon got a reaction from Stahlmann in Was CD Projekt ever as great as the hype?   
    A game only lives up to its hype when the modding community gets their hands on it.
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    NineEyeRon got a reaction from Levent in Reddit mods going insane after i got hacked   
    The easiest way to be banned is to not agree with them on the subject? Just wanting an open conversation can be enough sometimes
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    NineEyeRon got a reaction from OGKRG in Found pictures of my PC from 10 years ago!   
    Bootiful
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