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About Aaralli

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  • Birthday Nov 12, 2001

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  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 2600X
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 32gb 3200mhz
  • GPU
    XFX RX 580 8gb
  • Case
    Cooler Master MB500
  • Storage
    SU655 960tb SSD, 2x Seagate Constellation ES 3tb
  • PSU
    Bitfenix Formula Gold 650W
  • Cooling
    Corsair H150i Pro RGB
  • Keyboard
    Redragon K550
  • Mouse
    Logitech G503 HERO
  • Sound
    Harmon/Kardon Sounsticks II
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. I'm 18 years old and I just started learning how to be my family's "IT support/tech guy" a year or so ago. Would you mind explaining how I would go about performing a continuity test?
  2. My family wanted to move our Modem and Router setup to a different room, and there's a coaxial port in the wall right where we want to move it. I set everything up properly, but there was no internet connection. Now, this house is around 30 years old and was made as cheaply as possible. I bought a brand new coaxial cable that was shielded and had the best reviews for this project... so I thought that perhaps my problem was the cable. But both the new cable and the old cable work in the port in the other room, and neither works in the new room. What do i do here?
  3. I was planning on buying whatever is the highest watt-charger size ratio charger there is... if there's a 100 Watt charger that's small enough to fit in my pocket, then great... but so far I've been looking at a 65 Watt one that's only a couple inches wide.
  4. I bought a laptop a few weeks ago. It's a Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 3. It has two thunderbolt 3 ports that are said to be PD, or Power Delivery. Does that mean they can charge devices, or they can be used to charge my laptop? I'm asking because the 135 Watt charger that came with my laptop is a little big, and if I want to bring my laptop and a charger somewhere but keep it all low profile (such as in a laptop sleeve), then it would be nice to be able to just bring a small wall charger and USB C cable. Any information or tips would be very helpful. Thanks in advance.
  5. I use a Bitfenix Formula Gold 650 Watt... I flipped the power switch on the back, and my power strip had the same light on. I will try a different powerstrip, and actually yes, the line of power these outlets are on runs through 4 rooms in the house and is on one breaker. The whole place was wired terribly. The outlets are also not very good. I plan to replace every outlet in the house.
  6. I have a 650 watt power supply in a system I built myself. I looked at my power strip earlier, and it had an indicator light on that means there's an overload somewhere. I unplugged and replugged power cables until the light went out. It was the cable going to my PSU. The PC hasn't been on in days, so my question: how much poeer does a turned off system use, and if none, should I look into replacing my PSU and/or powerstrip? Both are less than a year old.
  7. Thanks. I'll do that. And since you're here, I have no idea if you'll even know the answer to this, but do you know why NO ONE has made a review of this laptop on YouTube? And I could only find a couple review articles on Google. Its the Lenovo X1 Extreme Gen 3
  8. I know. But Nvidia releases new drivers all the time, and windows update doesn't alsays catch it. Would Geforce Experience be a good thing to have for that purpose?
  9. I just bought myself a laptop with a GTX 1650 Ti and I'm wondering if I should install Geforce Experience for the latest drivers and such.
  10. I'll be doing school work, photo editing, programming/coding, and some light gaming. Probably nothing intensive, I have a nice desktop for hardcore gaming.
  11. I really want to buy a 2 in 1 laptop, but I really don't know where to look, what brand to go with, or anything like that. My budget is anything under $2000 USD, but more preferably under $1500. I know I want at least the modern basics: 1080p 60Hz, 15 inches, backlit keyboard, SSD, decent screen quality, and so on. I've heard Linus rave about the new Ryzen 4000 laptop CPUs being really great for both performance and battery life. Anyway, i have a few questions. First, how do I know what CPU I should buy in a laptop? Second, how do I know if I'll ever need a dedicated gpu in my laptop
  12. In the documentation of the requirements for HIPAA Security, it doesn't actually say any level of encryption is required, only suggested. I'd rather be on the safe side though, and go through with it.
  13. I know my way around a computer, I've built at least 12 desktops, I'm an amateur animator and video/photo editor, I'm an avid gamer, and I'm currently taking an IT support course... The one given by Google. If I can do it myself, I'd like to. However, I will also do research to make sure what I do is correct. I just need to know the steps I should take to begin this whole process.
  14. It is Windows 10 Home, with the latest update