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Chiyawa

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About Chiyawa

  • Title
    Veteran

Profile Information

  • Location
    Malaysia
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Gaming (RTS, platform), classical music (mostly instruments only music), My Little Pony (G4),
  • Biography
    Born in Malaysia, live in Malaysia, Chinese ancestry, loves PC hardware.
  • Occupation
    System Engineer in ICT Dept.

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 3600, 3.6GHz (Turbo to 4.2GHz and reaching 3.8GHz all-core sustain load), 6 cores 12 threads.
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte X570 Aorus Pro WiFi rev 1.0 (no Thunderbolt 3 support). Comes with:
    2x PCIe x16 slot running either x16/x0 or x8/x8
    1x M2 slot link to CPU
    1x PCIe x16 slot running x4
    2x PCIe x1 slots
    1x M2 slot link to chipset
    Intel Gigabit Ethernet
    Intel WiFi AX
    6x SATA ports (2 from GP PCIe x2 lane)
    2 PCIe lanes disabled
    24 pin ATX power and 8 + 4 pin ATX12V power
    Internal USB: USB-C x1, USB 3.0 x2 (4 ports), USB 2.0 x2 (4 ports)
    Back panel USB: USB-C x1, USB 3.2 Gen 2 x2, USB 3.2 Gen 1 x3, USB2.0 x4
    3x 12VRGB, 2x aRGB
    2x CPU fan, 3x Sys fan, 2x Pump headers
    2x thermal sensor header
    TPM header (2x6 pins)
  • RAM
    2x AData XPG Spectrix D41 8GB 3200MHz RGB
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Radeon Vega 64 Gaming OC 8GB HBM2 OC to 1712MHz GPU clock and 1100MHZ Memory clock
  • Case
    ThermalTake Versa H26 Mid Tower case (KL Major DotA 2 tournament case)
    2x USB 3.0 ports
    2x USB 2.0 ports
    microphone and speaker jack
    Power and reset button
    HDD and power LED
    2x 5.25 drive bays
    3x 2.5 inch drive mounts
    2x 3.5 inch / 2.5 inch drive slots
  • Storage
    Kingston A400 960GB SATA 2.5 inch drive
    Fujitsu 750GB SATA 2.5 inch drive
    Seagate Barracuda 2TB 3.5 inch SATA drive
    Toshiba X300 4TB 3.5 inch SATA drive
    LG 5.25 inch SATA Blu-ray writer drive with M.Disc support
    LiteOn 5.25 inch SATA Blu-ray Writer drive
    2x HP 2.5 inch SAS 900GB drive (connected through SAS add-in card)
  • PSU
    Gigabyte G750H 80 Plus Gold semi-modular
  • Display(s)
    LG 29 inch Ultra-wide display 29WH600, 2560x1080 display, HDR capable, Free-sync compatible.
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper 212, with 2x Cooler Master MF120R aRGB crating push-pull config
    2x ThermalTake Pure Plus 12 3 120mm fan packs with controller as case fans (2 front intake, 3 top intake, 1 rear exhaust)
  • Keyboard
    Armaggeddon MKA11R Raptor Gaming mechanical keyboard with Hot-swapable Outemu Blue switches
  • Mouse
    Armaggeddon Starship III Gaming mouse
  • Sound
    Armaggeddon Nuke 11 7.1 surround sound USB gaming headset,
    LG 29WH600 in-built speaker.
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
    Ubuntu 20.04 LTS
  • Laptop
    MSI GX70 3BE Crysis 3 edition. Decommission because keyboard and Battery problem, but still keep it for nostalgic reason
  • Phone
    Oppo Find 7, Oppo R9s, Nokia Lumia 525 (not in use

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  1. Well, just to clarify, those who choose Chinese Simplified language can be from Singapore and Malaysia, because we do use Simplified Chinese. Anyway, for China gamers, most of them only cares for MMORPG or any form of online multiplayer games.
  2. I'm actually surprise by this. HP Omen is okay, not the best, but overall not bad, actually.
  3. Actually, 5.25 inch bay are not only for optical disc drive, but IO port expansion such as USB 3.0 and card reader. You can check these example: https://www.amazon.com/Hima-5-25-inch-Computer-Expansion-Microphone/dp/B07SQ17YD7/ref=sr_1_4?crid=1RLRQA4EFM3Y0&dchild=1&keywords=5.25+inch+usb+3.0+front+panel&qid=1614224566&sprefix=usb+3.0+5.25+inch%2Caps%2C374&sr=8-4 https://www.amazon.com/fosa-Internal-Multi-Function-Dashboard-Computer/dp/B07B67VQW1/ref=sr_1_6_sspa?crid=1RLRQA4EFM3Y0&dchild=1&keywords=5.25+inch+usb+3.0+front+panel&qid=161422456
  4. The slim type one are really slow. They can only achieved 16x speed when writing DVD whereas the 5.25 inch one can write at 24x speed, reduce the burning time of a DVD by up to 15 - 30 minutes. Of course you can get a desktop enclosure one for the 5.25 inch optical drive, but it need an external power source to operate as the 5.25 inch drive requires 12V to operate as USB only supply 5V only, which can clutter your work place.
  5. Technically, I like to call them computer consultant, because people seeking advise or input on their computer related questions.
  6. I may be old school, but I find modern case lacking 5.25 inch drive bay(s). This severely limit your front IO expansion, including optical disc drives or card reader expansion.
  7. Also, at Night light settings, you can adjust how much yellowish you want your screen to be.
  8. If you are using Windows 10, you should be able to turn on the night light, which reduce blue light emission considerably. Go to Windows Settings -> System, and you should immediately land on display page. Here, turn on the night light and you are good to go. *Note: This will turn your screen yellowish or sepia.
  9. Me? It's 2.5 litre 4 in-line cylinder diesel engine Nissan Navara with 6 speed manual transmission made at 2013. It's one hell of a mother trucker. This truck serves me well, hauling massive paper from shops to recycling centre.
  10. Also this: https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-start-winpc/delete-images-in-windows-10-lock-screen/6f9899ef-099d-43cf-aa4a-7675b09b3161
  11. Have you since change your motherboard or processor after you install Windows? It is possible for Windows to obtained its key back after reinstalling Windows 10 if you didn't change any of your system. Anyway, if you want to delete that old picture from lock screen slide show, I think this article might help: https://appuals.com/fix-deleted-picture-appearing-in-lock-screen-on-windows-10/
  12. Power cycle means to power up the SSD without connecting it to the computer. It's a little risky, but maybe you can try this: Things required: - SSD enclosure, which you already have, - A USB charger (preferably 5V only). It can be USB type a or type-C port. - USB cable (USB type c to type c cable or USB type a to type c cable) Just plug in your SSD enclosure with the SSD in it, then plug the USB cable from the enclosure to your USB charger. Wait for about 10 minutes. Then try to plug in to your computer and see if the computer can read your SSD.
  13. TRIM is a function (like the name suggest) trim the deleted data from the SSD (usually by clearing the memory cell where deleted data is). This process will make your SSD perform optimally, as the SSD doesn't need to remove the data from an occupied cell that holds deleted data before writing a new data into it. You can learn more about it in here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trim_(computing)
  14. Many 2.5 inch 1TB HDD died after about 8 months of usage. I think this is something that Louis Rossman reported, where the read write head scrape off the surface of the platter.
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