Doesn't google have a dark theme. I get a message that dark theme is available on the search results page.
Looks like it's in beta. It might not be available for everyone.Not on their search engine unless that switch is hidden somewhere.
Not now. My brother decided to buy it after I bought a new motherboard and hard drive to finish it. I'll probably do that with the first pc I built since a 2400G can do most of that just fine. That, or I'll get another hard drive and give it to my parents since they don't have a PC.Use the old PC for a media center, a NAS, or encoding PC.
I always intended to make a box that lived with the TV out of old components but never felt like actually spending the money on another PSU, RAM, and a small case . I got a new laptop at the beginning of the year so I finally just gave all my previous components to buddies who had even older stuff in their main PC's. My dad is pretty psyched that he'll be inheriting a 2080ti next time I get home.Use the old PC for a media center, a NAS, or encoding PC.
NVMe is not that much faster for general use compared to SATA SSDs.Yeah. I'm not buying a mechanical hard drive for that. I was going to buy an SSD for the PC when I intended on selling it, but I wound up getting an NVME for cheaper and quicker- that was a plus.
Unless the plugs for the monitors were not fully seated or the contacts internally are spread out, it shouldn't matter, power is power.though those seemed to have been related to me daisy-chaining powerboards together. Whoops.
Yeah, it was a bit of a janky setup with the powerboards. It was only meant to be a temporary solution, but I got lazy and left it like that for a few months.Unless the plugs for the monitors were not fully seated or the contacts internally are spread out, it shouldn't matter, power is power.
You either are making a complete circuit or incomplete circuit, but having loose plugs is slightly dangerous as the arcing that can happen can start a fire.
Also you also shouldn't run daisy chain power boards unless you really know what you're doing as you can easily exceed 2,400 watts.
Yeah I have done something similar to my G502 mouse.Not today, but I fixed my mouse with a good cleaning and replaced the switches. Actually opened up the switches and replaced the metal plate for the left and right buttons. Not only that, I used some BW-100 on the encoder wheel (the assembly that sends electrical signals for the scroll wheel) to get all of the dirt and grime as there was some funky scrolling going on for a while.
The boy's birthday is rolling around soon, and I've just bought his present. An MSI 32" OPTIX G32CQ4 2560x1440 VA 165Hz 1ms FreeSync Premium Curved Widescreen LED Monitor. He wanted to go 1440p at 165Hz rather than 4K at lower refresh.Urgh... supply woes continue. I've missed the boat (probably literally) on the next batch of Corsair SF750 power supplies for the boy's build. Now Overclockers are suggesting May 2021 for the PSU. So I'm looking at a 650W Seasonic unit. I have a Seasonic in my ATX desktop, and it's been fine. Plus 650W should be enough, whether I go 3080 or 6800XT for the GPU.
So, the current spec is:
Should be a nice rig for him. The 1650 is an interim card pending sorting out supply of the new-generation cards. I have an ATX PSU that he can use (hanging out of the back of the case, LOL) until the SFX unit arrives
- AMD Ryzen 5 3600XT 3.8 GHz 6-Core Processor (in the house)
- CRYORIG H7 ULTRA 59 CFM CPU Cooler (in the house)
- Gigabyte B550I AORUS PRO AX Mini ITX AM4 Motherboard (in the house)
- Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3600 CL18 Memory (in the house)
- Western Digital Blue SN550 1 TB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive (in the house)
- Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1650 D6 WINDFORCE OC 4GB Graphics Card (expected early-December)
- Cooler Master MasterBox NR200P Mini ITX Desktop Case (expected mid-December)
- Seasonic Focus SGX 650 80+ Gold Fully Modular SFX Power Supply (no delivery date yet, perhaps mid-Jan)
- Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 Wired Standard Keyboard (in the house)
- Glorious PC Gaming Race MODEL O Wired Optical Mouse (in the house)