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Hold-Ma-Beer

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About Hold-Ma-Beer

  • Title
    2020 Veteran, Weeb
  • Birthday Jul 29, 2002

Profile Information

  • Location
    Asia, IND
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    PC Hardware, Automobiles
    :3
  • Biography
    Eager to learn and share more!!!
  • Occupation
    College Student persuing Bachelor's Degree in IT

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 3 2200G
    3.9GHz OC
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte B450 Aorus M
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB @ 3000MHz
  • GPU
    Vega 8 Integrated
    1300MHz OC
    Couldn't push further due to poor VRMs ;-;
    Rookie mistake on first build
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide Spec- 01
  • Storage
    WD Blue 1 TB 7200RPM
    Crucial BX500 240GB
  • PSU
    Corsair CX450W Non-Modular
  • Display(s)
    LG 21.5 inch FHD Freesync
    22MK600M
  • Cooling
    3 Antec Spark RGB (Case fans), Deepcool Gammax GTE V2
  • Keyboard
    RedGear Manta 2.1 combo
  • Mouse
    RedGear Manta 2.1 combo
  • Sound
    Sony Boombox 20W with 2000W Subwoofer [15 year old, still bangs] >:3
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
    Unactivated like a PRO
  • Laptop
    Asus Vivobook 14
    Ryzen 5 4500U, 8GB 3200MHz, 512GB Intel Nvme.
    A worthy upgrade from my Good'ol Lenovo Flex 10
  • Phone
    No...

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  1. Well, if you cannot find comparision of both laptops, what about looking for their separate reviews? If they have same specs, look for reviews that open them up. Look for cooling solution, RAM speed and upgradibility, ports, battery capacity, how much power is supplied via the power supply, etc.
  2. Did you check the motherboard manual? It usually lists such things and what they mean.
  3. Yep, mostly some power saving setting.
  4. Agreed. Though Intel's naming is just too confusing for me. Also, their way to changing sockets every few generations is very stupid in my opinion, since AMD showed that same socket can be used for many generations.. I think OP should try searching in local stores since Ryzen chips are coming in stock in many areas
  5. No... That is very rare to happen. Try removing the AIO and see if the contact was made. I did the same once. Also, mention the specs. How will we be able to troubleshoot over the internet without knowing the specs?
  6. So I've been thinking of ways to record gameplay. My Specs: Ryzen 5 4500U 8GB 3200MHz Intel 512GB NVME I know the specs are not that good, but I was wondering if I can set "Affinity" from task manager to use 4 cores for the game and rest 2 can be used by the recording software? I need to record at 1080P30 only. Does setting Affinity via task manager actually do something? Also, recording via iGPU is out of question as you guys might already know.. Thank you!
  7. Try going for AMD 5000 series. They're currently the best in performance and even give decent battery life. Having more cores and efficient ones at that is always a good thing imo. Also, Intel's naming scheme might give you a headache depending on how much you know
  8. I dont think Key replacements are a thing for laptops with thin keyboards. Try reaching out to Samsung. Mostly, a complete keyboard replacement will be required.
  9. Do you like FileHistory? From where till I remember, it only backups files from C drive and Desktop...
  10. Well, you can use the software to create mirror image on the SSD too? I use something called FreeFileSync to backup my phone images to my computer. Whenever I connect my phone and launch it, it checks for new files and adds them to the folder. It is very easy and has many options which I have not touched. Give it a try.
  11. Well, personally I dont think File history is good enough.. You'd be better off manually choosing folders you need backup of and use a Mirroring software that checks for any addition in the original and applies it to the backup.
  12. So I connected to wifi.. uninstalled McAfee and rebooted. Then I get a notification saying Radeon software installed... Pics below: And there is no option to update:
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