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About ChopstickWarrior

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  • Gender
  • Occupation
    Graphic Design


  • CPU
    i3 - 540 3.07Ghz
  • Motherboard
    MSI H55m-E21
  • RAM
    Samsung 2x2GB 1600Mhz
  • GPU
    GTX 550 Ti
  • Storage
    WD BLUE 500GB
  • PSU
    Greatwall 450W
  • Display(s)
    Lenovo l197w
  • Cooling
    DeepCool Ice Edge Mini FS V2.0
  • Keyboard
    Digital Alliance Mecha 8
  • Mouse
    NYK HK300
  • Sound
    dbE GM180
  • Operating System
    windows 11

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  1. I just build an open air pc and thought about the power button, i kinda hate to routing the power button and front panel cable so i think if i can jump the power just using a screwdriver then it should be something like a button that can be attach to the pin. is that thing exist ? and what is it called ? or its exist on some motherboard ? because sometimes i found several type of motherboard that has their own power button attach to the board
  2. well thanks man, gotta go search for that now, thank you very much
  3. lol i typo, it should be 2x4gb. so its better to run dual channel ?
  4. i got motherboard that still run on DDR3 with 4gigs on it, it run dual channel so the setup is 2x2gb. i want to upgrade the ram to 16gb but when i see the specs its only support to 8gb. so my question is what setup should i use ? 2x4gb or single channel but 8gb ? thank you in advanced for your help
  5. i never heard about the partition limit, thank you for your information. I learn a lot today thank you so much
  6. i want to ma ke new partition for my dual boot but this happen, i tried to search and troubleshoot by myself but i'm not sure they will worked. anyone knows how to fix ? thank you in advanced troubleshoot.mp4
  7. So long story short i bought a cheapo thermal pad that the seller said can be use for CPU, and last night i tried thermal pad. Before i use the thermal pad, the temp of the cpu and the gpu is around 30 to 45 degree, and after i use the thermal pad the cpu temp is increasing but i think its still acceptable around 40 to 50 degree. But when i try to apply it on the gpu, the temp is already at 60 degree when idle and when i tried to run portal 2 the gpu is thermal throttling way too fast and go to 100 degree in 3 second and my pc died immediately. After that its obvious i'm changing it back to th
  8. Thank you @EigenvektorMy disappointment is immeasurable, and my day is ruined by the way that mean the file is straight to the bin then
  9. i dont know really much about this, but i was having quite same problem last month. And the problem is from the motherboard battery, im just curious that day what would happen if i change the battery and untill now i never facing any bsod again. sometimes the problem is right under your nose, but i dont know if that will work too for your pc but that is worth a shot i guess. hope it will worked, and i hope you can fix it very soon
  10. Is there a limitation in .exe extension ?, i just found a freeware (enigmavb) that can convert a normal installed program into a portable version. I got bored and try experimenting with the converter. I tried convert blender, portal, and vlc into portable version and they worked flawless except portal because when i use the steam version it won't work (obviously). And here is the problem, i tried to to convert a full instalation of assasins creed 4 + DLC (pirated version) and its converted succesfully into one gigantic executable file - 18GB of .exe file. And when i try to run it, it won't wor
  11. well thanks for the tips dude, i might considering rx580. I was thinking about that too because the price of AMD graphic is cheaper than Nvidia with almost the same performance, i would think of that. Thanks again, have great day kind stranger
  12. yes, i think i got wrong describing the problem, first the cpu will be upgrade with the motherboard too since nehalem and haswell have different slot, and my target gpu is 1050 ti at max because of the budget. my point to upgrade is how to stick to DDR 3 RAM as long as it possible because in my country DDR 3 compatible part is far cheaper than DDR4. I'm not really expecting to get any of RTX even the cheapest one because its for personal use and i don't need them (yet), maybe i'll get the RTX but not in this short time i'm so sorry for this
  13. I'm using this setup almost 5 years from now. core i3-540 GT 240 Samsung 4GB 1600Mhz this pc is very tough, almost every game that release below 2013 can run on this flawlessly 60 fps with medium setting (not all of them but average result is 60 fps at max even in low setting). and because recently new rtx is out, i'm considering to upgrade slowly from the gpu, and the next is upgrading the cpu to i5-4570 any recommedation that doesn't make any bottleneck to the next cpu ? (even though i really don't care about bottleneck in my since the old cpu will be u