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BlueChinchillaEatingDorito

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About BlueChinchillaEatingDorito

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  • Location
    Vancouver, Canada
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Computing Science, Psychology
  • Biography
    B.Sc. CS. Candidate at Simon Fraser University
  • Occupation
    First-Aid Volunteer, Professional Chinchilla herder

System

  • CPU
    AMD FX-6300 @ 4.2GHz (Not stress tested)
  • Motherboard
    ASUS M5A97 R2.0
  • RAM
    24GB Kingston DDR3
  • GPU
    MSI GTX550Ti
  • Case
    Antec 300
  • Storage
    Samsung 850EVO 250GB, WD 750GB Green
  • PSU
    OCZ ModXStream Pro 600W
  • Display(s)
    Samsung CJG52
  • Cooling
    CoolerMaster Hyper 212 EVO, GELID Silent 12
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G610 Orion Brown
  • Mouse
    Logitech G402
  • Sound
    Xonar DG, GNT 5000
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro x64
  • Laptop
    ASUS VivoBook 15
  • Phone
    iPhone 6s (iOS 13.6.1)

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  1. It shouldn't cause any issues in theory. Now if it was a bad cable, or you bumped something in the process, that might be the cause of that strange shutdown.
  2. That is if the building doesn't collapse or the they the building too unstable to recover anything hahahaa. Good luck fishing that thing out of a pile of burnt rubble.
  3. I mean, you do need to fish it out to get your data back hahahaa.
  4. Yes it does exist: But I wouldn't say it's perfect. For one thing, fishing the damn thing out might be a challenge.
  5. Are you login in via a Domain? I've never seen that error message for home use. I've only seen similar messages on systems that are on a domain network.
  6. If you want good audio on the cheap, then you need to go proper cheap with wired solutions. KZ for instance makes some pretty nice buds for 25 bucks. Plus they have replaceable cables so if the cable dies (which is the most common component to go wrong), just replace the cable and keep the actual drivers.
  7. Yea if you don't mind the longer render times, it'll do it just fine. To put into perspective, my old 1100T system at 4.0GHz on all 6 cores rendered a 3:15 1080P 60FPS video in about half an hour on Premiere. So that might give you some idea of what to expect.
  8. How does one remove that piece without completely wrecking the surrounding pastry. Amazing.
  9. For light edits, it might be doable. If anything, you'll run out of memory for After Effects and Premiere Pro easily though. Especially After Effects if you're not managing your assets properly. You won't have GPU acceleration as Adobe often removes support for older cards frequently and 600 series was on the chopping block years ago. With the CPU, eh, you'll just suffer in render times but it'll complete eventually. For Photoshop, it should be a breeze. It's not really that intensive for light edits.
  10. Because clearly that is a situation many people are in... Never heard of anyone who has "too many Windows licenses and needs to get rid of some". Just stop. You know very well what your intention was. We all do. Again, you're not the first to skew things this way and won't be the last.
  11. I believe most PSUs and especially modular ones don't even bother with Molex anymore.
  12. Technically they should be safe as long as it's a well made adapter/harness. I mean, Molex was the power connector of choice for drives before SATA so you're not asking much more from it. But as Twolf said, it could also be a source of exciting fires. I had one of those Molex to P4 adapters back in the day and it well.. it caught fire even when the system was unplugged. Granted, the P4 CPU power would've pulled much more power than a standard drive.
  13. It's been a while since I've last seen my friends use the " : P " emoji without the OS automatically replacing it with . So I literally read your post as "wassup guys pee pee I'm new".
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