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SlashedM

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  • Location
    Las Vegas USA
  • Interests
    Racing Sims
    American Football

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i5-10400
  • Motherboard
    MSI MAG B460M Bazooka
  • RAM
    16GB (2x8) ADATA XPG 3000Mhz CL16
  • GPU
    UHD 630 + RTX 3060
  • Case
    Phanteks MetallicGear Neo Air
  • Storage
    1TB WD Blue 7200RPM + 1TB TeamGroup MP34 + 500GB WD Blue SSD
  • PSU
    Antec Earthwatts Gold Pro Series EA650G Pro 650W Semi-Modular
  • Display(s)
    Acer VG240Y
  • Cooling
    Stock Intel Cooler
  • Keyboard
    Keychron K4
  • Mouse
    G305
  • Sound
    Corsair HS45 (Mostly used for VOIP only). Some basic Logi Speakers. Soundcore Q30, Airpods Pro.
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • Laptop
    Acer E5-575G (Work), 256GB, 24GB, 940MX - M1 MacBook Air 1TB, 16GB, 8C GPU, iPad 7th Gen
  • Phone
    iPhone XR

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  1. You can set it to 24 Bit 48000Hz, but realistically its default should be fine. IIRC its only for when on shared mode, which is when multiple audio sources are playing. Most of your audio sources arent going to be more than 48000Hz anyways. As far as I know (could be wrong with this) setting it to a higher rate can hurt if the source isnt as high either.
  2. The easiest should be just connecting a monitor and playing a game. Laptops can do both GPUs automatically, but a lot of laptops will use the dGPU and some only use the iGPU, although I havent seen many like tyhat.
  3. Correct, it requires 11th gen
  4. there are 2. Where it says “M.2 Socket”. The white cover in the middle says M.2 Armor The second slot is in the bottom right. “M.2 socket” If you open the newegg link or amazon link youd see this:
  5. Yes it does, why not just put the whole question in the title by the way? It has 2 NVMe slots but you need an 11th gen CPU to use both, if you use a 10th Gen you only get to use one iirc
  6. I thought “system partition” just means that the system uses it, not that it stores the complete OS on it. It looks like the M.2 still is the OS partition. EDIT: if you want, try powering off, unplugging the HDD and booting, if it boots just fine, youre fine then.
  7. that wouldnt help as the 1600 has no iGPU anyways
  8. You keep it until it cant perform what it needs to or dies. There isnt really a year amount. CPUs do tend to get upgraded slower than GPUs, as usually youd need another motherboard as well, but GPUs are usually the one doing most of the work in games
  9. Should be fine, although 500 for a 1650 is a horrible deal, Thats 3060TI prices or even scalped 20 Series/3060 prices if you want to go there
  10. Doesnt really matter, the biggest difference is size, and so theoretically ATX can be better because fan size, and its usually cheaper.
  11. Probably like a GT730 depending on the iGPU but why you want to?
  12. Is the HDMI/DP cable actually plugged into the GPU rather than the port on the motherboard?
  13. I am also concerned about that, but from what I see, the device is the one which scans those ones, and its never sent to Apple .
  14. Because this scanning already happens. 99% of the information that's being spread of it is misunderstands from the original statement, then the articles that reported it, and so on. AFAIK, Apple has already been scanning iCloud Photos, and the only change is that the device will be the ones that process the scans, not the server itself. If you turn off iCloud Photos, no photos get scanned period. No local photos get scanned unless they are going to be uploaded to iCloud Photos. Im pretty sure its done since 1. Apple doesn't want to be "responsible" 2. because of the sharing functi
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