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Jae Tee

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About Jae Tee

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    Ksjdhjxhfjeoajahbaxbkfkfkrprpotktksbvqvav xn

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Profile Information

  • Location
    La la land, USA
  • Gender
  • Interests
    PC's, Gaming, PC's, Cars, PC's, Tech, PC's, and PC's.
  • Occupation
    IT and stuff like that.


  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3700X
  • Motherboard
    ASUS prime x570
  • RAM
    2X8 Corsair vengence @3000
  • GPU
    RTX 3080
  • Case
    On a window ledge
  • Storage
    Kingston 240gb Pcie M.2 + 1tb sata m.2 + 1tb sata hdd + 8tb sata hdd
  • PSU
    Thermaltake 850w gold
  • Display(s)
    LG 2560X1080 @75 Hz + Dell 1920X1080 @100
  • Cooling
    3X Air in take (front) 120mm Aio on rear. GPU stock
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G512
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    Logitech G633(?)
  • Operating System
    Windows 11 Pro
  • Laptop
    Hp envy x360, Ryzen 3 4300U, 8Gb DDR4, 256gb ssd, 450 nits 1920x1080 touch display.
  • Phone
    Galaxy Note 9 (Looking for upgrade suggestions)

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  1. Temporary setup for VR mostly. In the process of moving. Specks in bio.
  2. It's just starting to show It's age, that and I bought it second hand. With work ramping back up I would like an upgrade. Yeah I get that but it's kind of a low priority for me.
  3. So I'm looking for an upgrade for my Note 9, an obvious choice would be a newer Note but just like Linus himself I never considered them to be worthy upgrades. The hardware: high resolution (around QHD) OLED display, more interested in quality then high refresh rate, though that would be an added bonus. Really good camera. Fiingerprint scanner ON THE REAR of the phone. Stylus. Modern processor and decent RAM 6-8 gb. Upgradeable storage, headphone jack, and a decent OS. If I think of any other criteria I'll add it in.
  4. Sorry for the delayed responses. Will look into those, thanks. Ok thanks. I'll definitely have a look, thanks.
  5. The 3600 is compatible with pretty much all AM4 motherboards, and basically all ddr4 ram should work as well. Obviously a gpu upgrade would make the biggest difference but it's probably the right move to save that 1 for a later date when the prices aren't outrageously high.
  6. [Copied from reddit] So to start budget. I'm thinking about 130 USD but with a bit of wiggle room. Ideally these would be somewhat portable. I plan on purchasing something like the Fiio btr5, but I would want it to work on something like my Galaxy Note 9, or even an ipod nano (wired if it wasn't clear). In terms of sound, im not exactly a bass head, but I don't want it to be super analytical or sparkly either, so basically something balanced and comfortable. I would like a wide sound stage, but I should probably focus on that with an open back at a later date. Really I just want a comfort
  7. Trying to upload it to a cloud computing platform, but they only allow 10gb. I already messed around with it a bit adding specific drivers necessary for said platform but as you can tell i hit a wall.
  8. As the title implies can I remove 1 of these files to shrink my iso, as it's too large for what I need?
  9. Never mind I figured it out. I couldn't find the Deployment and imagined tools environment, because im an idiot, and now I can.
  10. Hope this is the right place for this. I'm trying to rebuild a windows iso with vitio drivers, this is one of the finale steps. See below. When I enter the command, altering it for my file structure, it just says it doesn't recognize Oscdimg as an internal or external command. I have the sdk installed. Any ideas?
  11. While im happy to hear your input, it doesn't exactly answer my question, or maby i wasn't clear. But really what I'm trying to evaluate is media FOR streaming, meaning it will be streamed from 1 location to another. In my case using Jellyfin.
  12. As of now that isn't an issue. This is very helpful info. It does have an app for both Android and ios, which im assuming both DO support h265, but some TVs and other clients don't have an app and need to use the browser.
  13. Firstly, I have no idea where to put this so feel free to tell me where to move it. Now for my question, is there ever a benefit to using h264 over h265? Obviously h265 takes up less space and is more efficient, but h264 isn't dead yet leaving me to believe there is still a use for it. Maby in terms of device compatibility or something like that. If it matters the media files in question are going to be streamed from Jellyfin (open source Plex alternative).