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TheawesomeMCB

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About TheawesomeMCB

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday Jul 01, 1998

Profile Information

  • Location
    Utah, USA
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    FNAF, Computers, Minecraft, Animal Crossing.
  • Biography
    I am a 22 year old computer tech, I have 2 CompTIA certifications, the A+ and the Security+

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 3600
  • Motherboard
    B450 TOMAHAWK MAX
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB (2x16GB) 3200MHz C16 DDR4
  • GPU
    RTX 3070 FE
  • Storage
    256gb NVME SSD, 512gb SSD, 2TB SSHD, 4TB HDD
  • PSU
    650 w
  • Display(s)
    1920 x 1080 144hz ASUS Monitor and 144hz 2560 x 1440 GIGABYE Monitor
  • Cooling
    Nh-d15s with 2 fans
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    HP EliteBook 8570w

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  1. Fair point, but what if the word got out in China that a vpn can bypass it but and let’s say 10% of the population, installed a vpn after this. That’s still around 130 million people that you would need to tell them to stop. Even in the US piracy is still a major problem, but so many people do it and it’s impossible to control, what’s stopping people in China doing the same thing with VPN’s? Yeah I saw something like that as well. And when people in China google how to bypass the firewall it’s going to obviously flag it, but what’s stopping a person going to a public place and
  2. So this on about todays WAN show I feel like the new kid China law is going to backfire horribly. Because kids are going to look online how to bypass it, then they are going to get a VPN, then the China government won’t get any information anymore because they will just leave it on. Which will cause them to pull back on the law so they can start spying again. What do you think is going to happen in the end?
  3. Update: So without digging for several more days or even weeks to figure out what’s going on. My isp just put me on another sector. And the internet is working much better now. What was the problem? We will probably never know.
  4. I have an antenna on my house that is is pointing to their tower: https://www.wifi-stock.com/details/ubiquiti-PBE-5AC-Gen2.html It's connected to a Netgear R7000 router and that's connected to a TPLink Deco M5 in AP mode. Everything Wireless and Wired loses connection.
  5. So I've come here because I ran out of ideas on what the heck is going on or what to do. So at random times the internet will just cut out. Tried rebooting the router, changed cabels, tried another router, tried a different dns server. My ISP says everything is green on their end and don't see any disconnections to me. Also during the temp outage I'm still able to ping their default gateway. I'm just starting to wonder if it's the thick smoke coming from California to northern utah thats in the air. But if that was the case why would it still be able to ping their tower. Anyone else have any i
  6. So with right to repair thing going on, what do you think apple is going to do if it passes? Do you think apple is going to comply? Or do you think that apple is going to just pay a fine without actually providing the parts? Or do you think apple is going to go as far make sure that everything possible is soldered on to make it more of a nightmare? Whats your thoughts?
  7. Update: This seemed to be a issue a couple months ago, ran DDU, reinstalled drivers, updated Bios, reseated GPU and disabled G-Sync, that looks like it fixed it as it’s been 45 minutes running at full load and it’s still on.
  8. So title says the problem, sometimes when I’m gaming all the sudden the screen goes black. I did a stress test and when running both the cpu and GPU, the screen turns black after a few minutes. Running cpu stress test has no problems. Also just sitting on the desktop shows no problems. It’s just like 10 minutes into gaming it does it. Is that a sign of a failing PSU? Temps on the GPU and cpu are fine. I have a rtx 3070 FE. So I have doubts it the GPU as I feel the side effects would be much more worse, like the screen would artifact or would instantly shut off when the stress test starts.
  9. Yes I have a another pc I can use to restore the machine.
  10. So I am soon getting new internet with blazing fast speeds, and it’s going to be enough to do a cloud backup. However I’m having trouble finding a service that I can do a bare metal backup. The closest I’ve found is IDrive but I don’t know about that one (let me know what is your experience with it if you have it) or acronis can work but their pricing is extremely high for a yearly plan. Backblaze won’t let you do system files (kinda annoying tbh but I see why) And I don’t know anyone else that has blazing fast internet that wouldn’t let me stick a NAS drive in their house.
  11. I don't see the point on why they would force 2.0 if a lot of computers still use the 1.2. And with so many people saying there is a workaround don't you think that microsoft is aware that people know about the workaround. It just doesn't make sense if they are giving a free upgrade from windows 10 to 11 but a lot of computers can't support it because of the TPM requirement. Not to mention a lot of laptops can't upgrade that. What's your opionion? Do you think in the future they will support 1.2 chips and the older processors or do you think they will patch the exploit? What do you think?
  12. Question kinda says it all, it's just that I heard that nicehash has high fees. And I want to earn as much as much money as possible when I'm not using my computer. (I'm not one of those major miners that have like 5 graphics cards) I have 2, and they're both fully functional computers just want to make a couple extra dollars when I'm not using them. So is it better to just use nicehash and have it be auto converted to bitcoin, or would it be better to just mine ETH with something like awesome miner and trade that for bitcoin?
  13. Okay so quick rundown on what’s going on. So my motherboard has the 12v Rgb connector. My Rgb fans are the 5v. So I’m thinking on getting the deepcool RGB converter (https://www.newegg.com/deepcool-rgb-convertor-black/p/1W8-00JK-00030?Item=9SIA6J39CB4893&Source=socialshare&cm_mmc=snc-social-_-sr-_-9SIA6J39CB4893-_-05092021) adapter so I can control the Rgb. So I was thinking. I have a cooler master h500 case with 2 argb fans. And the Rgb controller I have is the one that came with the case. And I have this other one that came with my deepcool fans that control the argb on tha
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