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  1. I 100% agree with you but I just want the sense of mind that I'm ready whenever if that makes any sense.
  2. I both meet and don't meet the system requirements... what? I also enabled that TPM requirement thing in BIOS with software control. Specs: (hopefully I covered it all) CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 5900X Desktop Processors GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC Black Edition Memory: G.Skill Trident Z RGB Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) Storage: SAMSUNG 970 EVO Plus SSD 2TB Motherboard: ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Dark Hero
  3. I want to watercool my computer, including the GPU. Main thing I care about is that it has 6 MLCCs and it is a RTX 3080 Ti. So far (from what I can find) only the Asus ROG Strix and the Asus TUF are the only GPUs to have 6 MLCCs. The problem is that I don't know what the big differences between the TUF and ROG Strix. Are the only differences between the two cards are the cooling, rgb, and there is only a performance difference because of the cooling? Or am I wrong? If I am right, can I just save 100 dollars and stick with the TUF edition?
  4. tl;dr: "find a UPS which has a W rating equal or greater than the W rating of your PSU" Correct?
  5. I haven't built the computer yet for this PSU, but I do have another computer already built that is using another UPS called the CyberPower CP1500AVRLCD. The amazon listing for this UPS says it is 900 watts CPU: AMD Ryzen 5900X GPU: Asus Strix RTX 3080 Ti RAM: 32GB (4x8) 3200 DDR4 G.Skill Ram PSU: ASUS Rog Thor 1200 (1200w) Edit: I found a W calculator from Newegg (Power Supply Calculator) and I should be perfectly fine lol. It says that my computer will probably be around ~548W, and this PSU (not the same one in the original post) should be perfectly fin
  6. So if I have a 500w PSU then I need a UPS that is 500w+?
  7. Wdym it will protect me with extra 370W? When I was saying powersupply (500w) I mean the powersupply on my computer, not the UPS.
  8. According to the Amazon Listing for the CyberPower SL700U, it says that the "Watts" is 370. If my power supply for my computer is 500 watts, does that mean this UPS can't protect my computer?
  9. I had the same disappointment too to be honest Linus's review on the controller made it looks so much better than it actually is, on the Amazon listening Razor added Linus's video too!
  10. The Razor Kishi experience is not at all similar to Linus's video. There is no keymapping customization, most of the "supported" games suck, and it won't even check for updates on my controller. Am I doing something wrong? Is there another app I should use for this controller instead of the "Razor Kishi" app?
  11. Depth, like from front to back And yes something like the Silverstone ML03B. Problem is that I need the airflow to go from front to back, not side to side.
  12. Could anyone help me find a case with these features? I've been looking for a solid ~4 days but haven't found anything Front mesh Dual 140mm or 120mm front Sideways case (not vertical) Supports a Fully-Modular PSU Case can't be 15 & a half inches long (from front to back)
  13. I understand I need a contractor and need a permit, but I have no idea who to call. I heard companies installing windows, doors, etc but never heard of any company (Lowes, Home Depot, etc) that would do the opposite of installing a window. I live in Davenport, Florida, USA and when I tried looking up "outdoor wall installation" but can't seem to find anything, probably looking up the wrong key word.
  14. Problem (Long): The old owners decided to add an extension to the house which I call "the bonus room" which sucks. The whole room is covered in sliding glass doors and each one of them is falling apart because of either age or bad installation. I need to replace them but I really don't want sliding glass doors towards the front of my house so I want to replace them with a wall but don't know how. Problem (Short): I have two sliding glass doors that need to be replaced. Is there a way I can replace them with a wall instead of a giant window?