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Zmimgo

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About Zmimgo

  • Title
    Member

Profile Information

  • Location
    Sweden
  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i5-4460
  • Motherboard
    ASUS H81M-D R2.0
  • RAM
    1x8GB Kingston DDR3 @ 1600MHz CL11
    1x4GB Kingston DDR3 @ 1333MHz CL9
    Memory runs in flex mode at 1333MHz CL9
  • GPU
    ASUS GTX 770 4G DirectCU II OC
  • Case
    Some random Golden Field one
  • Storage
    1x 512GB Kingdian S280 (SATA SSD)
    1x 1TB Seagate Barracuda 7200RPM (3.5" SATA HDD)
    1x 512GB WD Blue 7200RPM (3.5" SATA HDD)
  • PSU
    Corsair CV550
  • Display(s)
    Samsung 27" 2560x1440 75Hz IPS Monitor
    Some Dell monitor that is either 4:3 or 5:4
  • Cooling
    Deepcool MATREXX 400S - fan used as case fan, cooler is fanless
    Also added a Arctic F12 PWM
  • Keyboard
    Douyu DKM150 (main)
    Corsair K55 RGB
  • Mouse
    Logitech G603 (Lightspeed, Hero sensor)
  • Sound
    Stereo speaker setup just two tiny speakers
    Pioneer DJ HDJ-X7 Headphones
    Apple AirPods 2
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
    macOS Monterey (thanks Opencore community)
    Deepin
    Raspberry Pi OS
  • Laptop
    Lenovo YOGA 530-14ARR, with R3 2200U, 8GB dual-channel RAM and 256GB PCIe SSD
  • Phone
    iPhone 8
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. DisplayPort in is for Thunderbolt. Use the HDMI port.
  2. Right one, RAM speed really doesn't matter that much if at all on laptops.
  3. Nope, Lenovo lists only SODIMM. Probably lazy Crucial devs that forgot to make the compatibility list for this laptop model. (Link)
  4. As said, GPU power only runs off 12V. You can of course get adapters doe, such as molex to PCI-e power. Although as others have pointed out, you will need more power connectors. I have used molex to PCI-e power and it has worked fine, but I wouldn't recommend it. Just get a better PSU, even an used one would be much better.
  5. You only have one choice. UDIMM is for desktops and SODIMM is (mostly) laptops.
  6. Not very much useful information online. 24GB M.2 SSD? Where did you find that information?
  7. The 12 volt rail (+12V1 and +12V2) provides a total of 216W. The 12 volt rail is the power for mainly your CPU, GPU and motherboard. 216W should be enough, but personally I would just get a better PSU, not because it isn't any good, just because I cannot prove if it is very good. You also could maybe make the money back with the added efficiency of a modern PSU.
  8. How does the PSU look like? Can you send a picture? Do you see any sticker on the power supply?
  9. As always, it depends. It will work, just maybe not very well. Spend the extra on the 16GB, it's worth it
  10. Should be fine, mixing memory isn't as bad as people think. Personally I use two Kingston sticks of different types of speed and latency.
  11. Yeah, about what I thought. I will probably get the ZS60/TZ80 and save 50 bucks. I did go and look for those 2 models, but they were just too expensive (double the price damn). Only the RX100 IV and later models support 4K video, and since I'm just going to have fun and nothing else with the camera, I think I will stick to the ZS60/TZ80. Thanks for your input!
  12. The title says it all. I am no photographer, and I know little to nothing. What I do know is main things to look for, and in my region and budget, the ZS70/TZ90 seems pretty good. Main reasons I want to buy a camera: well my iPhone 8 is starting to show it's age and I'd like to have a camera with an actual lens and stuff. I'm planning to pugrade my phone by late 2022 (iPhone 14, or the iPhone 13 Mini if I don't end up liking the 14) My main usage would be taking photos, and some video (4K video because higher detail, can remain more quality afte
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