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JoshHendi

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    JoshHendi got a reaction from Ratchet7989 in Aw Geez   
    And a welcome to ya!
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    JoshHendi got a reaction from Retrodex Gaming in The fan spins even greater - New Red magic phone benchmarks spotted   
    Could've been an S3
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    JoshHendi got a reaction from Ebony Falcon in Feeling board, depressed or lonely ? Come say hi   
    I met my 2nd wife on LTT forums
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    JoshHendi got a reaction from LHRaBBiT in 2060S or RX 5700XT   
    Personally Id go with the XT, but as others have said, Nvidia more stable with better support... Id hope AMD will stable out soon though
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    JoshHendi got a reaction from greenmax in 2060S or RX 5700XT   
    Personally Id go with the XT, but as others have said, Nvidia more stable with better support... Id hope AMD will stable out soon though
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    JoshHendi got a reaction from greenmax in The Swacket   
    Any images of this??
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    JoshHendi got a reaction from greenmax in Living in small towns   
    It is surely an acquired taste... But if you have the taste for it, finding something to do isn't an issue in most circumstances I'd imagine... I use to live in a small isolated town and had plenty to do.... Now can you get a good internet connection? Thats another story
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    JoshHendi got a reaction from Eschew in How old   
    34 and 2 octaves higher
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    JoshHendi got a reaction from Eschew in Feeling board, depressed or lonely ? Come say hi   
    I met my 2nd wife on LTT forums
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    JoshHendi got a reaction from PCDesignerRy in Desktop PC Wiring Help   
    #1 tip/trick I can give for a clean build is get all those wires hidden in the case behind the motherboard mount/bracket.... You should be able to get pretty much all the wires hidden except for the small turn out of the back to the mobo connectors.
     
    The USB3 front panel connector and the GPU power cables are the hardest to deal with and make look good... The rest should be fairly easy
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    JoshHendi reacted to williamcll in Going towards the surface - new Microsoft laptops coming this spring   
    Update:https://www.windowslatest.com/2020/02/28/surface-go-2-leaks-in-benchmark-how-powerful-is-next-gen/

     
    Carrying the 1060, the surface book 2 was a pretty power 2 in one laptop where most other brands are stuck with integrated GPUs. It seems like the next model, along with the Surface Go 2 maybe announced next month and will be using the latest generation hardware. Will update as more information comes.
    Source:https://www.petri.com/microsofts-spring-hardware-event-surface-book-3-and-go-2-detailed
    Thoughts: It would be a strong competitor against current prosumer laptops. Though it would be interesting in how they would solve the thermal dissipation with the 16 series.
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    JoshHendi got a reaction from bomerr in iMac upgrade   
    Getting an SSD should be priority number one to increase overall performance and speed... You could also get more (or faster) RAM and swap the i5 for an i7
     
    iMacs arent too bad to work on if you know what you're doing and have the right tools (get some suction cups ready!)
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    JoshHendi got a reaction from Dra9his in iMac upgrade   
    Getting an SSD should be priority number one to increase overall performance and speed... You could also get more (or faster) RAM and swap the i5 for an i7
     
    iMacs arent too bad to work on if you know what you're doing and have the right tools (get some suction cups ready!)
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    JoshHendi got a reaction from Shammikit in Is CS:GO worth playing in 2020?   
    If you want to put your twitch/reaction skills to work its a classic
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    JoshHendi got a reaction from TVwazhere in NZXT H210 PSU Screws   
    and make sure you get a well fitted screw driver... not all flat/phillips head bits/screwdriver heads are created equal
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    JoshHendi reacted to Zando Bob in Liquid nitrogen cooled ryzen 9 3900x beats previous Intel world overclocking champion.   
    ^ Yeah. IIRC the 7920X took the crown back again though, but they had to push one to around 6Ghz (might've been a bit higher?) to pass the 3900X score. 
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    JoshHendi reacted to Reconx2 in High Ryzen temperatures   
    I found this: Noctua answers the user's question
     
     
     
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    JoshHendi got a reaction from KingZarathos in Cpu upgrade   
    If you only game, I'd go with 2600 and slight OC 
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    JoshHendi got a reaction from Paul Rudd in FREE Game at EG Valued at $14.99 on Steam December 13th   
    Thanks
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    JoshHendi got a reaction from hawklen in Ryzen 5 2600 @4.225ghz OC. Worth upgrade?   
    Nice OC on your RAM btw
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    JoshHendi got a reaction from Mister Woof in Ryzen 5 2600 @4.225ghz OC. Worth upgrade?   
    Nice OC on your RAM btw
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    JoshHendi got a reaction from hawklen in Ryzen 5 2600 @4.225ghz OC. Worth upgrade?   
    You cant get the 3000 series too much farther than you are right now, and if you don't have a need for extra L3 cache (most average users/gamers wont) I'd spend money elsewhere to improve your experience/setup
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    JoshHendi got a reaction from Letgomyleghoe in 3900x deliding   
    I thought it was soldered but didnt want to give false info
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    JoshHendi got a reaction from Otto_iii in Wanna delid your Intel CPU? Forget liquid metal, do this   
    I have an 8086K (w/ Noctua NH-D15) and decided to go with liquid metal and a delid. After a successful delid and LM application, I got better results (though not the 15-25c difference a lot of users reported) and after some more reading, the fact that it can cause some mess and potentially need replacing every couple of years, I opted to try my luck on a different approach.
     
    So I popped the lid again, removed the LM and instead used Noctua's NT-H1 for both between the die and IHS, and between the IHS and cooler. The main difference this time was I purchased a $16 pure copper IHS from Amazon and used that instead of the stock Intel. THIS resulted in me getting amazing temp drops, and can rest assured I dont have LM in there waiting to break down and cause potential stains on the IHS and die.
     
    Before my max temps on stress tests were hitting 88c, now I cannot get the cpu to touch 70c, 68c is my new high
     
    So, just replace the stock IHS with a pure copper one, and you'll still get 15-20c gains. (Plus I get to protect and display my 'super collectors edition' 8086K IHS
     
    (Caution, do not use LM on a pure copper IHS)
     
    Curious to hear if others have tried the pure copper IHS and their results
     
    Edit: Amazon ASIN: B07FFMMMSD
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    JoshHendi got a reaction from Bombastinator in my pc is popping fuses and i need help urgent   
    Fuses usually mean there's a short somewhere. Unless you have a DDM and know electricity, best to get it replaced
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