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  1. Strange that I came across this discussion only now but better late than never. The customer bought several parts, one is dead, the official importer does not own it anymore, we offered full cash credits for the faulty product and encountered a very long time of telephone quarrels. We had no solution he liked and his board was exotic and uncommon and once the official importer of Asus has no solution all we could was give him a credit with us or return his money for the fucking part. We have a specific reference to the problem of products going out of circulation and repaying the amount paid for them. We come across the story mainly after the passage of several technological generations and the cessation of production of such and other products and so it is with the board in his hands.
    3 points
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  3. I connected with them this week with a supplier from Bezalel (first and currently the only customer in Kiryat Malachi), the installation cost me 450, in the meantime the option to have this or the BE router which I think is not worth it because as a router is one big trash can !, (there was maybe more Nice if it will be possible to get an optical fiber adapter for rj45 connection from the infrastructure in order to connect a router from another company privately instead of the router be that is very very limited in its options like canceling BCYBER, setting dmz, changing scope to another more normal, changing Google dns, meanwhile I work with External mesh solution and not Bezeq's, which I called Bezeq's technical support told me that there is another particular model that they do work with
    3 points
  4. What characteristics are supposed to get everyone excited? 5NM? We have known for a long time. Graphic cores? Why would that make anyone excited? Something that has existed in processors (including those of AMD) for years. Improving Performance? Cool, but predictable and not really exciting.
    2 points
  5. No. The USB C charger technology was not available 9 years ago, so you will need to continue using the existing charger.
    2 points
  6. EDIT: I'm blind. 200W for a 6-core processor this is insane on any scale, only if the processor is significantly cheaper than the 5600 X there is some reason to look at it at all. At 1300 it is clearly not profitable and I would not recommend anyone to buy it having 5600X at the same price and with significantly cheaper boards and significantly lower (!) Power consumption. Z490 boards are significantly more expensive than B550.
    2 points
  7. The free MALWARE BYTES has always worked well. The problem is, the guy was pointing you in the wrong direction. He has no idea so he says "spy".
    2 points
  8. Your video card is more or less on fire, for a start you can just try to clean the case and cooling of the video card well and it may suffice, but given the fact that we are not yet in the summer I would even at least recommend replacing a thermal ointment. If you want to invest, order new (and suitable) thermal pads and a thermal ointment and a replacement. Another thing you can do in the meantime is to lower the msi afterburner and lower the power% of the card to some 60% and see if the temperatures are more reasonable.
    1 point
  9. I paid $ 2012 in 60 mostly for an SP game that was supposed to come out about a year after the MP game. In the current situation, with an unwillingness to ever finish the MP, it means that the SP never came out. And as for the MP, you're boasting in 2021 about a quarter of a faltering game while it was supposed to be an existing and active world that has been updated from time to time for a number of years. Your recommendation to a gamer unfamiliar with the story to come and invest his money on the game with the biggest budget in history - when in most games with a huge budget over half goes on consoles - is explicitly an attempt to trap people. The answer to the question of whether the person who previously paid received a tenth of the guaranteed consideration is not. there is
    1 point
  10. Not the most accurate, but much closer to an on-key disk than a classic hard drive. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7Up7VuFd8A If the drive is physically / severely faulty, something must have gone wrong with the windows itself. Therefore, it is advisable to re-install a borrower (if it does not involve much work in terms of material preservation).
    1 point
  11. What is its capacity and how much free space is left? It could have been destroyed. Exercise responsibility. They are usually grounded because there is not enough RAM and the operating system uses storage as memory.
    1 point
  12. Reinstall Windows! The drive position is not important, certainly not in the case of an SSD. And an SSD is not called a "hard disk".
    1 point
  13. This is a hardware problem with the video card and they waved at you. Like everything in the country you have to shout and demand a proper computer replacement.
    1 point
  14. Well, we'll see what comes up. Anyway, this is a pretty bad time to buy a mobile (bad period, to be exact). Please wait.
    1 point
  15. There is no way in the software to specifically test only the power supply but there are software that will bring the whole computer to high power consumption and check that it is stable over time. In any case, an improper power supply is more likely to cause crashes and not necessarily game lags.
    1 point
  16. Stop calling it a box. It's a charge. The cable that comes out of the charger and connects to the electrical outlet in the house is called a kettle cable. Yes you can replace the American kettle cable with an Israeli one. His plug is American. Look for an Israeli plug. It works so that it is hidden at the end of the Type C chip synchronization, also note that it is longer to hold the chip. It communicates with the charger to output a voltage of 20V. I don't think you should mess with it unless you really have to.
    1 point
  17. I wonder if it works. Filled cable costs pennies, but if you order a charger and it does not work in the end, this is a problem at best, or it will fry your laptop at worst.
    1 point
  18. 1. Yes. For example this. 2. Check the current and voltage supplied by the current charger. If you find a smaller one that meets the requirements there is no reason it will not work.
    1 point
  19. Each motherboard comes with a network cable socket. Indeed, it's a network card. Maybe there are those who reach giga speed, not sure they pay off.
    1 point
  20. Look, first of all there is an option to also turn off javascript in the addon I talked about in Firefox, I less recommend turning off javascript completely because there are many sites that are completely based on java (such as wix and many others). Anyway maybe something like the puffin browser will suit you and maybe even more than all the others. This is a browser that does all the calculations on powerful servers and only transmits them to you visually and very compressed without all the heaviness of the js and css and the images and other media. You can compress the photos, video and everything there or cancel the photos altogether. So it will be a suitable option for heavy sites regardless of images. You can use it to get the images really compressed or flip
    1 point
  21. Hello, I understand that you are studying the field of motion graphics, especially since your list has C4D + AE software ... Like you, I am also in the field and have a lot of experience on Mac / Pc I will try to help you with the decision, as a person who works on these two platforms. First of all, you need to know that Apple is abandoning Intel X86 processors in favor of processors based on ARM (Apple's self-development) architecture, so you need to take into account that iMac does not want to buy a long lifespan. Apple are known as a company that does not make an effort for backward compatibility, it is better that you consider purchasing the next generation when it comes out with the new M1 processors or MX not currently known, yet it is also not a perfect solution, because the new founders also have compatibility issues
    1 point
  22. Ah ... maybe I was not clear. You have the option to change that it will block things that are also smaller than 50 KB. Feel free to do them on 5KB and the like and maybe less. Then set it to block media and set a smaller size. Also block the remote fonts which is one of the things that is slower relative to their size. @ law89
    1 point
  23. I also saw in a few dollars but did not look credible. What site did you buy from? If you were to ask me I would prefer a refresh frequency over a resolution. Better 2K with 144hz maybe even more than 4K 60hz also more practical for my taste
    1 point
  24. Bottom line such a specification for a 60HZ screen is pretty overkill, because no matter how much FPS you get over 60 it will be pretty redundant. Recommend freeing up or saving some extra amount for a screen of at least 120+ HZ. I am with 75HZ and the gap is very noticeable from 60 and also from 120 and 144 respectively (above already quite unnecessary).
    1 point
  25. Processors used to have a static frequency. That is, the frequency was constant and did not change, no matter what the processor would do. Today it is no longer like that. The CPU's logic is much more sophisticated and it knows how to change its frequency according to the load and power it needs at that moment. The power consumption also varies depending on the load of the processor at that given moment (which is why this figure changes and needs to be measured at the moment of load). There are many sites with written reviews (the site here is one of the examples), there is tomshardware, there is anandtech, and there are also YouTube channels that focus on the technology world like gamers nexus, there is linus tech tips, there is Paul's Hardware ... you can start with Some of these, and YouTube will already give you videos on the side
    1 point
  26. What you see there is TDP. TDP refers to the minimum amount of heat that the cooling of the processor should remove. That is, in the examples you gave 2 processors with a TDP of 65W, this means that their cooling should be rated as one that knows how to remove 65W of heat (at least). CPU power consumption should be measured during operation. This is usually done by one software or another. For the question of how do you know? In reviews of a variety of hardware reviewers on the Internet, this figure appears. When they load on the processor, they measure certain things such as temperature, voltages, power consumption, etc ...
    1 point
  27. Expensive. I would not trust any Indian representative. There are with them full of scams you will watch on youtube the videos have a coup d'etat with the scams there. You can enter the code yourself, you just need to first update the operating system via Windows Update and then the code will work without any problem.
    1 point
  28. Guess what, go into today's deals on Amazon every day everyone can ... so just dig all day with your affiliate link! Or at least not do it in my head ... you are not a site of deals, at least that's not how you started and that's not why people go in / out here, come back to do good articles and reviews please. You can see that the geektime site has just replaced you.
    1 point
  29. Investing in fast storage is only correct if you mess with huge files all the time, for example copying raw files from 4K cameras, in any other use you will not feel any difference between SSD NVME PCIE3X4 and PCI4 so I personally would not invest in "faster" drives. Sabba, they produce excellent vendors, this vendor is simply very expensive and will not affect computer performance of course.
    1 point
  30. The specs seem to be spinning, I personally would give up a 2TB SSD and go for a 1TB and max expands later. Power is very expensive, it is also good, the question is do you need it; I personally would buy an antec HCG 850W from another place that will cost less. The board is also very expensive and no better than other boards in the same price range, you can save a hundred + shekels and take the Asus B550 tuf gaming.
    1 point
  31. The only reason to buy an Intel this round is that you can buy an Intel this round.
    1 point
  32. As one who built a system very recently after an in-depth market survey and went for Intel there is a feeling that I made a mistake. I also come from a time when Intel ruled and it was still in my head that they are better for gaming, more reliable, etc. I bought a 10700k processor and although there was a sale in newegg on it in my opinion it did not come out equal, 10th generation does not support pcie 4 less will be felt now at work / games but in the future when you want to upgrade a video card it will change. Already now it matters for example if taking an nvme drive that supports pcie4 and the 10 series processor will limit you to pcie3 like it happened to me that i took a samsung 980 pro and left some of the performance on the table. Intel's new generation is disappointing right now reviews have come out for the entire series
    1 point
  33. Okay. If so, what I have commented on above, and in addition, for such a serious processor is desirable a better quality motherboard in terms of power supply system. That is, it will also work with the motherboard you have chosen, but can be hampered by the performance especially as you adopt the CPU.
    1 point
  34. I made you screenshots with the settings I recommend. In media elements you define that everything above so and so KB that it will not load. Can also be lower than 50 KB. It is also possible to block internet fonts that also slow down normally.
    1 point
  35. https://forums.tomsguide.com/threads/lenovo-ideapad-110s-keyboard-touchpad-not-working.139958/ https://e-methodstechnologies.com/fix-lenovo-laptop-keyboard-not-working/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g7W8q7o90Aw https://support.lenovo.com/il/en/solutions/ht103985-keyboard-keys-may-not-work בהצלחה !
    1 point
  36. Hi you do not need 12 cores, but do need as many video cards (for octane). Emma, ​​two tickets and you're done with the budget ... dilemma!
    1 point
  37. Poor specifications, will not last long, regardless of the viability of the components.
    1 point
  38. The adapter was bought from someone second hand, was used for half a year and stayed for another two and a half years, the rest of the equipment was bought from KSP, but basically any fiber optic adapter with SFP (jab) (not GPON or EPON) to RJ45 connection will do the job, TP routers LINK It is possible to turn off the VDSL and still use the PPPoE connection when the router is connected to the "WAN / LAN4" port. Look for an option in the router called Operation Mode and there you will select Wireless Router Mode
    1 point
  39. For this you have to issue an invoice and pay tax. On the other hand, also on the trade in dozens to hundreds of used video cards ...
    1 point
  40. If you do not understand and are not knowledgeable, you will open a discussion with a request to assemble a specification, according to the questionnaire that exists in the forum. If you have a specific requirement for the above processor and you do not want to be directed to other processors, please indicate this. Excessive or knocked out due to overheating and all this should fit into the package and budget framework.
    1 point
  41. It's nonsense and confusion. But I think I understand where this is coming from. I do not know what is the "base frequency" of a board. The board knows how to work at multiple frequencies because it is designed to support different components that have (components) different base frequencies. * The board supports 2933/2800/2666/2400/2133. * Your processor needs 2666 * The memory is 3000 and any memory except the most screwed knows how to work even at lower frequencies the declared maximum, which means it should have no problem working at 2666. So there is no overclocking here. Just what's the matter? The memory is rated by the manufacturer as 2133. And the 3000 is supposedly OC "built in" using XMP. But all the memories are like that. I do not know any DDR4 that reaches 3000
    1 point
  42. Occasionally the screen appears black for 2-3 seconds.
    1 point
  43. You should switch the power supply to a higher quality model. By my little test, the power supply made me black screens on the RX 5700 XT video card. Sometimes the Israeli electricity grid has momentary micro-interruptions that can have an effect. It is possible to connect 2 separate PCI-E cables from the power supply to reduce the phenomenon but it does not completely solve it. ANTEC HCG650 would be a better choice
    1 point
  44. Note that I did mistakenly include a case for some reason
    1 point
  45. They know very well that many people have no choice and they take full advantage of it. They are forced to deploy infrastructure to places that are not profitable for them, so they bring down the cost to consumers.
    1 point
  46. There is such a thing happening all over the world, that people always want to wait with buying a computer because things are always renewed and changing. Most of these people will end up not buying a computer or taking it very long. By the way the prices of video cards are expected to go up, but it is impossible to know anything in this area.
    1 point
  47. What's new? First of all suggest you consider building your own computer. If you have a basic knowledge of computers you can build your own with the help of some YouTube tutorials. If you do not have the patience of course you do not have to and most stores put up for free. In terms of peripherals I would fit you a 1080P 144HZ \ 1440P 75HZ screen, less so will not take advantage of your computer's capabilities to octane. Keyboard I would suggest bringing something quality since you plan to use it all day, it is best to take something comfortable near yours. Mechanical keyboards with blue / red / brown switches are often very popular with gamers. I put you a reasonable keyboard with the switches, I would suggest doing more in-depth research on the subject and taking something more relevant for you.
    1 point
  48. It's still a good ticket if you buy it for its main feature - burn cockroaches that have crawled into your case.
    1 point
  49. Your other considerations (the cloud) are weighty. I do not know if they tilt the decision here or there, just keep in mind that with a Mac it is easier to upload to the cloud, but a little "uncomfortable" is called it so create the content to upload to the cloud. Besides, regardless of the season now, there are other clouds besides Apple's. If you are still looking for adventure, check it out - https://tech.walla.co.il/item/3396393 Good luck!
    1 point
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