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  1. Thanks alot, I'll look into that as soon as I have time. Edit: The DIP switch didn't change anything. Guess I'll measure a little in a few weeks
  2. This is a repost from reddit "My rx 480 Sapphire Nitro+ died today. Last week, it occasionally crashed during gaming, but I thought I had fixed this issue by updating my OS. Today, after a few minutes in CS:GO (on linux), it crashed (same symptoms as before, blackscreen, had to force shutdown by pressing the power button), but it didn't boot again. Integrated grafics work fine, but the rx480 doesn't show up in my bioses system browser (or linux or windows). The fans don't spin up at all, but the RGB still works (yay). Same symptoms on another PC. Anoth
  3. So I am looking for a USB C docking station for my ThinkPad e495 e (which does not have Thunderbolt 3 as far as I know). I am looking for something 50-60 euro ish with charging functionality (no need to have the power supply included), a HDMI port and 2 or more USB ports. In the local store I found those (and a few more): One from Digitus (https://www.digitus.info/de/produkte/computerkomponenten/computer-peripheriegeraete/docking-stations-docks/da-70874/) Sitecom (https://www.sitecom.com/de/usb-c-to-
  4. One thing I'd like to mention (additionally to the many valid points from others) is filesystems. There is a vast amount of file systems supported and even the "simple, standard" ext4 supports hardlinks which enable easy incremental backups (also with frontends like backintime) which are comparable to Apple's time machine you mentioned in your IOS video (with Anthony I guess). Another thing you praised in your Apple video (rightly so) is Airdrop. With kde connect similar features are available for Linux+Android. My major pros in no particular order: relatively san