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I only have one. I sell them
Hard to beat having a random ass password for every single site like 1gM^1q&kFQCDIrhc. This way I can have one really good password to remember, and don't have to worry about the rest. There's no way I could remember 47 different passwords and which one goes to which site. And screw constantly resetting passwords. Before using last pass I had a good one for my bank, a good one for my email, and used one good one for everything else. When my steam account got compromised (didn't actually lose anything due to 2 factor authentication, but still). I said fuck this and went with last pass. Also nice having it sync up with my phone, so if I'm logging into something on my phone I can just use my fingerprint.
I don't trust the built in browser password managers. Don't know if it's still like this, but last I saw they store them in plain text on a file in your computer. No encryption.
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Anywho, got some Ryzen stuff in today. Now I gotta figure out what to do with it.
Why would I use LastPass? I dont like the idea of storing my passwords on it when its been compromised twice.
My old man uses LastPass too so I cant say I have faith in it. Its not hard to remember your passwords the normal way either so I have no reason to bother.
and not to use silly password managers
Its literally a button that says 'consolidate files'
I've been meaning to see if I can figure out a way to clean up my folder full of wav files from reaper without losing anything that actually goes to a project. Didn't think about it at first and now they're all in the same folder
Pretty sure they sell a Ballistix kit with a silver or camo IHS actually. I bought a 2x4GB Ballistix kit last month when I built that i3 6100 + r9 270 system and it was silver. Grabbed it off amazon actually. Personally I never run fans on my bottom intake. As for your GPU, do you have a custom curve set or are you just using the default fan curves? Setting a custom curve would probably cool your GPU down.
Its better for sure
I'd probably ziptie the cables from the PSU and make that area neater. I'd also run the PCI power under instead of coming out of the side and attaching your GPU. A PSU shroud would've been really helpful at making it look mega neat but obviously you can't really add one to your case but it might be a thought for future cases. The red IHS on the RAM and the red SATA cable kind of bugs me unless you're going for a Hulkamania look as well but that's just me being nitpicky.
Oookay, computer question/problem. I got my SSD, plugged it in,(had to steal my SATA from the disk reader, oops) got all my data moved over to the SSD as I don't have too much junk on it. Then the problems came. apparently, HP BIOS/UEFI is made for cavemen that should never know it existed. The computer recognises the drive, obviously, but I can't choose to boot off of it. The BIOS does not allow it. I read that I could unplug the HDD and force it to boot from the SSD but that becomes an issue of installing Windows to the SSD. I don't have a backup disk, and I read that Dell offers a tool to create a recovery flash drive. But it's asking for a service tag, which makes me think I won't be able to use it on my HP unless there's a tag hiding somewhere.
tl:dr, how do you usually install windows on a new drive? And am I missing something?
EDIT: looks like I was using the wrong tool. Microsofts' media creation tool, not Dell. Still looking for input, just in case I'm missing something yet.
Auto OCing never works out IMO. I always do it manually. Especially since I dont like some of the voltages I would get on some auto settings.
I think this is the first time Ive seen the back cabling being neater than it is at the front.
That was mostly why I was asking but there is nothing wrong with having a Z370 if you actually plan on OCing in the future! Otherwise they are a bit overkill.
Also, suites like Aida64 put your computer under way more stress than you would under regular operation. 70 degrees in Aida64 with air cooling isnt actually that bad at all (assuming you arent just running it for 10 minutes and calling it a day) and you wouldnt be getting near those temps during normal usage either way even under load. Aida and Prime95 are good tools to test and stress your build but I personally dont feel they reflect a typical load on your CPU. Theyre called stress tests for a reason.
Bit of a funny hardware mix but sweet anyway! We need pics though
Are you overclocking? I noticed you bought a Z370 and have a K processor.
42, more impure than not