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About Infernalz

  • Title
    Junior Member
  • Birthday Jan 12, 1992

Profile Information

  • Location
    South Washington
  • Gender


  • CPU
    Intel i5-4690K
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z97S SLI Krait Edition LGA 1150
  • RAM
    HyperX Fury White Series 16GB
  • GPU
  • Case
    NZXT Phantom 240 in white
  • Storage
    Crutial MX100 256GB
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA G2 750W
  • Display(s)
    Old Generic Crap
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-U12S
  • Keyboard
    Old Membrane Logitech
  • Mouse
    Old Microsoft Crap
  • Sound
    On-Board sound card, Old Crappy iPod Earphones
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. This has to be a thing by now right? Can I just connect my new laptop (an Aoris 7) to my desktop by some USB cable or even an Ethernet cable to just move steam games through to not have to waste time/bandwidth downloading them again? I know I can use a flash drive, which I was planning on doing before the first game came out to about 50GB vs. my 16GB drive, but there has to be a better way. And would I have to enable something to get it to work?
  2. This ended up being about the final nail for this, his stuff is out dated too much to go through this headache. He finally put his logic into words, he wanted to have a big m.2 setup since it's the newest hotness and wanted it to future proof as much as possible. Top of the line now means it'll hold up longer than a SATA SSD which is a step or two back at this point. Based off that logic I'm pushing him towards some basic ~500GB SATA SSD to hold him over until he upgrades enough parts to get what he really wants as basically standard fare. At that point his m.2 array will cost less and
  3. Does it have to be just a 1xm.2 or can he still have the 4x and only populate it with one drive? Have it ready for any future builds. Though 1xm.2's are cheap enough to just get. 2TB total, which, yes, is going to be like $800 easy. He has a 1TB external that's almost full. I'm making sure he's only using these m.2s for important stuff, not what ever the hell he has that filled a TB. Researching this I heard that there are server grade stuff that can do it but come at server grade cost. He's not against upgrading what he needs if he needs it though.
  4. Helping a friend here and I am in the rabbit hole of trying to see if this will work. Mobo:GA-970A-DS3P FX CPU: AMD FX 6300 6 core GPU: Radeon RX-560 RAM: 1x8GB (yes, single channel, I couldn't believe it either) PSU: 750W Looking to put in a ASUS Hyper M.2 X16 PCIe 3.0 X4 Expansion Card Which exact m.2's we'd pick probably won't be the issue here but he wants like 2TB at least, this problem first though. The story so far: Friend thought he had an m.2 slot on his board. He does not. He thought he could just buy an m.2 and put it
  5. Bump? There has to be something else out there.
  6. No dice. Did the whole roll of safe mode, clean uninstall, reinstall the driver, no GeForce, still doesn't recognize it.
  7. This can't be real right? I've even added a monitor to it and kept the covers on the ports since I've had it. Let me back up. I have a 970, and having just gotten a Valve Index found out that 2/3 of the display port ports aren't working, and probably the HDMI too. If I want to VR I have to disconnect my main monitor and put the headset in that exact port. When I plug the VR or monitor into another port it seems to recognize something's there but can't display to it. Even display settings shows 2 monitors if it's in another port, I can move my mouse through it but it did
  8. That's exactly what I'm looking for, too bad on the proprietary cable though. I'll have to look around and see if anyone came close enough in that design. The problem with some thing like a fiio ubrt is that it's no better than just using the 3.5mm to USB-C adapter I have now with shoving the cable down my shirt that pulls on the buds when I do anything.
  9. I mean that's cool, but not what I'm looking for. I need to get wired ear buds bluetooth connected to a phone, not headphones to a tv/car (for what the page shows it doing).
  10. I've had my pair of Sennheiser IE80 for years now, and now that I have a phone with no 3.5mm jack I'm looking for a way to make them wireless. I have a 3.5mm to USB-C adapter for now but I'm quickly realizing how much nicer a wireless set up would be. I could just get a wireless set of something cheap and go from there but I really just want to use the same ear buds (IEMs) that I like. Is this even possible? They do have a removable cable so there has to be something.
  11. Cool so some phones are neat and so are some custom OS. Anything about what I should be looking for here? Please?
  12. I've had the same flip phone for over 12 years so I guess it's about time to stop being one the last millennials to have one. I have no idea what to ask for/look out for with this and hope not to get screwed over. As of now I'm leaning on the Oneplus 7 Pro even though it doesn't have a headphone jack and expandable storage which would have been nice but they're all moving way from those so yeah. Though 256GB storage is probably going to be fine. I've had T-moblie for the whole time so I'm thinking of going to them first and seeing if that loyalty means anything. I know
  13. Weight I never really considered a deciding factor, I'd much rather have power than give it up for it to be a bit lighter. Though not carrying around a Acer Predator 21 X with 19 pounds is preferred. Battery is hard to quantify, nothing is going to be what everyone wants with even six hours gaming but I'd like to game somewhat for a few hours on a train if needed. Like four to five in just basic video watching/internet is desired. I'm not going to be editing anything on this, just games on the go when I'm away from my desktop. I don't need some desktop killer laptop so long as I can