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Bassai Dai

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  1. Has anyone else found that July 2021 Android update absolutely ruined their phone? For some reason, after the update the USB-C headphones no longer work, and the charger that came with my phone doesn't work? Although, I have another USB-C charger from another device that does.
  2. I enabled it, but for some reason games dropped out half way though
  3. Question Am I knee-capping myself much with this ram (listed at 3,000 mhz, although for some reason its only stable at 2667 mhz) My build is: R5 3600 3060ti Playing atv1440p 16gb of this:
  4. No problem. I'm thinking my R5 3600 will keep up with a 2060 no issues
  5. Thanks, although that's a little less headroom than i'd be comfortable with. Nice to know that I could perhaps go up to the 2060/3070 though
  6. Yeah it's here: PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price CPU AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6 GHz 6-Core Processor $235.97 @ Amazon Motherboard ASRock B450M Steel Legend Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard $94.99 @ B&H Memory ADATA XPG GAMMIX D10 8 GB (1 x 8 GB) DDR4-3000 CL16 Memory Memory ADATA XPG GAMMIX D10 8 GB (1 x 8 GB) DDR4-3000 CL16 Memory
  7. Oh I see. I was kinda looking at a 2060 ish?
  8. Hi all. I have a question please I have the following PC: Ryzen 5 3600 (Wraith Prism cooler) B450 Steel Legend board 16gb RAM (2 x 8gb) 1TB Samsung 970 NVME 1TB HDD GTX 1050ti Corsair VS550w PSU 144hz 1440p monitor I dont really do any overclocking, aside from using MSI afterburner and having XMP enabled. . I'm looking to upgrade the GPU to something a bit more substantial for 144hz 1440p gaming but I'm trying to avoid changing the PSU (I've not had it that long). May I ask whats the highest I could go on
  9. Yeah my feeling is that the files are so small, that it doesnt hamper performance, and I save and load so infrequently, it doesn't really matter
  10. Hi all, I'm a bit of a data nerd and on my PC I tend to use PowerBI and Excel a fair amount. PowerBI is a fairly large program, and takes a (while to open (at work, it's around 15 seconds, on my own computer about 4s). (At home) I have PowerBI and Excel installed on my Samsung 970 Evo NVME and the saved files stored on a mechanical HDD. My question is, am I leaving performance on the table? my theory is that the big large program sits on the NVME, and the small saved file (normally about 30kb - 200kb). I suppose I could keep them on the NVME too, but I like
  11. Bassai Dai

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    First off, massive thank you to all those who answered my previous question on fan sizes. However, I have a further question (I'm fairly new to the world of RGB). So I have a ASRock B450 Steel Legend, and it comes with this software that I use to change the RGB on the board it'self (My wraith cooler uses different software) I have a screen shot below. Would buying something like the below fit directly onto the addressable pins without the requirement for an RGB controller? Am I being naive by thinking it'l plug in and go? Thanks guys
  12. Supplement: I could go out the top. I appear to have 3 100mm Mounts or 2 120mm mounts
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