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Comment reply on Forum Topic "questions & c: how does the filtering of displays work on this site?"

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

sounds like a bot or something should be made to auto-import everything from amaz into here

Comment reply on Forum Topic "how are we suppose to know which ram to pick if we dont know the gains or benefits?"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

i think this answered the main ram question

for unaswenred qs, i think this is the main one that would be helpful

are there any way for any of us to know this helpful info of 'low powered task' and 'absolutely none' easily? any good sites for example?

if there's anything else helpful info that woudl be good too

gonna look into display stuff since the ram thing seem to be done

Comment reply on Forum Topic "how are we suppose to know which ram to pick if we dont know the gains or benefits?"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

go processor spec at minimum

what does that mean 'processor spec'?

go for 3200 CL14 or 3600 CL16, 3200 CL16

how do we know or what good source / site says this is good for youtube?

Comment reply on Forum Topic "how are we suppose to know which ram to pick if we dont know the gains or benefits?"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

For such a low powered task absolutely none.

looks like that answers the question, guess we can get any ram of any type and it wont matter

i guess that means we should just get the lowest cost/priced ram

are there any way for any of us to know this helpful info of 'low powered task' and 'absolutely none' easily? any good sites for example?

can start seeing a diff

how much diff exactly?

more performance

how much exactly? without having a good idea, there would be no way to value any pcs out there

without any good ways to value, there would be no possible way to know what is better or best

3200mhz is the sweet spot

is this about simulated performance or actual performance? as it was mentioned that the gains are 'absolutely none'

what would be the more accurate source with the analysis/graph so we could see this?

what's the best source i could see?

the actual performance dip is going to be minor,

this seems to be about theoretical performance? and currently used performance

tend to see some really [nonsensical] builds

ok so it's not better or easier, both cases seem to be just as difficult with limits & challenges unique and painful to each

Comment reply on Forum Topic "how do we easily find out what's currently the best value ram?"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

??

how did you get 'ddr5' from this question:

how do we easily find out what's currently the best value ram?

or

what's the best site that has the most helpful thing for knowing what is currently the best value ram?

i cant progress this with currently no helpful replies

Comment reply on Forum Topic "looking for itx mobo that works with ddr5"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

why you say mitx instead of itx?

Comment reply on Forum Topic "in-ear + mic headphones"

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

headphones are a 4-pole connector which usually doesn't work in a computer soundcard.

oh cos this headphone not meant for pc yea?

Bose headphone cable with the splitter isn't long enough to reach all the way to the back of my computer.

did they not make this heaphone for computer?

  • ports on the computer are going to have one for mic input and one for audio output

  • splitter separates the single connector of the headphones so that the mic and audio are separate

  • and can be plugged into the mic and audio ports of the soundcard.

y just go with what looks like it works well. Particularly, I really like the bose "StayHear"

Comment reply on Forum Topic "what's the easiest simplest way to find out what's the hardware parts in this w10 computer? and what could be updated/upgraded and couldnt?"

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

isnt it owned by ccleaner it seems? they put bad stuff inside the software?

Comment reply on Forum Topic "what's the easiest simplest way to find out what's the hardware parts in this w10 computer? and what could be updated/upgraded and couldnt?"

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

what os do you have...

it doesnt tell me the speed or latency or brand or anything about the ram https://pcpartpicker.com/forums/topic/314723-cpu-done-ram-pick-16-64-ram

or any of the other hardware

Comment reply on Forum Topic "in-ear + mic headphones"

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

this seems to be the headphones https://www.amazon.com/Bose-SoundSport-ear-headphones-741776-0010/dp/B0117RFOEG

  • have you found there to be a good site to filter, and find headphones like this?

splitter separates the mic and headphones into separate plugs that go right into the mic and audio jacks on the back of my computer

  • what's the purpose or use of this thing? is it needed?

  • if needed, does the headphone not already come with this?

4-pole extension on the splitter that lays on the desk next to my keyboard where I can plug the SoundSport into the extension.

  • what's the purpose or use of this thing? is it needed?

  • if needed, does the headphone not already come with this?

Comment reply on Forum Topic "what's the easiest simplest way to find out what's the hardware parts in this w10 computer? and what could be updated/upgraded and couldnt?"

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

does 'about your pc' actually tell you the hardware? it tells me basically no details when i tried it

Comment reply on Forum Topic "ELI5: how do you advise we pick a cpu?"

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

where could we see the graphs and details on 'discrete gpu' with chrome on these things? i dont wanna ask this at gpu since i've nothing over at gpu

Comment reply on Forum Topic "ELI5: how do you advise we pick a cpu?"

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

i dont understand, i thought these files are on the computer, so cant i see them, i wanna see them, and how many pages/sites there are

Comment reply on Forum Topic "how to find displays with easy to detach stands?"

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

are there really no displays yet that have these things?

each of those question were separate, and i've never said a display needed to have each of those points above

but they mainly were about how to know

Comment reply on Forum Topic "ELI5: how do you advise we pick a cpu?"

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

im assuming that chrome takes care of those 'frameworks' those ppl use

but we need to actually test, so could i check on where the files in whichever file path they would be?

w10

Comment reply on Forum Topic "ELI5: how do you advise we pick a cpu?"

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

what are the specific uses of 'discrete GPU' in chrome that would be faster? as this wasnt the uses wasnt indicated before

Comment reply on Forum Topic "ELI5: how do you advise we pick a cpu?"

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

99-99.9% of pages i've never been to before

and almost always they are new info

where could we see the file or file path that has the 'many parts of the webpages' that are stored on computer? to see how many sites or pages are in there

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Best mobo for 2400g"

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

yep no idea why you'd assume that, some moms teach at caltech

so their kids eventually also go on to caltech

Comment reply on Forum Topic "ELI5: how do you advise we pick a cpu?"

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

im very confused by what is said about 'discrete GPU', and it's not being explain fully

Using a discrete GPU provides access to faster lower latency memory

how much faster exactly? over at ram, it's been said that the 'latency' of regular ram is trivial

Comment reply on Forum Topic "how to find displays with easy to detach stands?"

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

tilting you want.

what 'tilting'? i've never said that anywhere

these are the things that i've not said anywhere here, so i dont know where these assumptions came form:

  • i didnt say anywhere would want to 'tilt' the display
  • i didnt say wanted to 'attach an after market mount' unless it was needed, i specifically was trying to find out if it was needed, and i didnt even know what this was
  • i didnt say wanted any 'mounting arms', and i didnt even know what that was until the link showed it

for the [ 'standard' ' functions/features ] of the arm, stand or mount [or of 'vesa 100' and of the most common 'vesas'?], that's really up to the manufacturer to decide

i thought you are saying that 'vesa' is the maker of all of them?

if 'vesa' is not, i dont think this said anywhere

Comment reply on Forum Topic "mouses, accurate sensors - specific uses when very accurate sensors would help?"

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

i dont know what you mean by 'smooth' if you dont mean 'no mouse acceleration'

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Best mobo for 2400g"

  • 7 months ago
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Comment reply on Forum Topic "Mixing two different memory"

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

are there any mobos/bios brands known to be better at this (and maybe it'll overall be better in other ways also)

i guess this maybe is something a mobo ranking would be good for

Comment reply on Forum Topic "would 2200g in itx case need any additional coolings?"

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

cool

Comment reply on Forum Topic "how to find displays with easy to detach stands?"

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

this question was specifically about stands, and i had misinterpreted the initial reply

  • if parts of this reply was talking about 'mounts', then this wasnt made clear

to clarify on the sites issue (that is now complete),

neweggg shows

  • dim with stand, and without stand
  • amaz only shows dim with stand
  • so this seems like a problem with the sites

Comment reply on Forum Topic "how to find displays with easy to detach stands?"

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point
  • the questions in the post are about stands
  • the post is about what stand a display comes with
  • do most displays have detachable stands? i currently do not know this
  • i also currently do not know what stand the display in the link comes with, or how to find out when it comes to any other displays
  • i dont think this has been answered anywhere yet
  • i also had assumed the displays came with 'vesa mount' since you used the term 'vesa mount' to reply to the questions about stands in the post that was asked

Comment reply on Forum Topic "how to find displays with easy to detach stands?"

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point
  • the questions in the post are about stands
  • the post is about what stand a display comes with
  • do most displays have detachable stands? i currently do not know this
  • i also currently do not know what stand the display in the link comes with, or how to find out when it comes to any other displays
  • i dont think this has been answered anywhere yet
  • i also had assumed the displays came with 'vesa mount' since you used the term 'vesa mount' to reply to the questions about stands in the post that was asked

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Mixing two different memory"

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

run at the speed and timing of the slowest

  • do we know, within the recent 1-3 years, if 95% of the time this works,
  • and 5% of the time, computer breaks/doesnt work,
  • and the other 5% of time, ram runs at the faster speed?

Comment reply on Forum Topic "ELI5: how do you advise we pick a cpu?"

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

i've updated everything helpful into the main post,

  1. i understand that it's hard to know what any given person knows, but fuller & more complete comments would make for better replies overall

  2. effect/impact is also helpful, without that info, to just say that ram speed is 'faster' on chrome doesnt lead us to anything good, and only to more confusion

alot of the unanswered questions/confusions were answered in the ram post or summed up in this topic

it's now done

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Mixing two different memory"

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

i dont know if you have to match speed

or 'cas' timing

https://pcpartpicker.com/forums/topic/314723

Comment reply on Forum Topic "cpu done, ram pick (16-64 ram)"

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

upgrade when there exists a need

  • not too far away
  • ram was important part, only understood that later
  • since benefits to life are trivial / insignificant at present, and possibly also in future,
  • and cost of switching info on one computer to another is extremely extremely high
  • better later than now
  • also means will have to find a cpu that works with ddr5 in future,
  • w/e is gonna be similar to 2200g or less
  • done

gonna focus on non-pc-hardware stuff, headphone, keyboard, display etc

Comment reply on Forum Topic "cpu done, ram pick (16-64 ram)"

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

DDR4-2133 and -3000 probably works out to maybe a 5% fps improvement.

from 2666 to 3000 is less of a bump,

from 3000 to 3200 is maybe a percentage point at most

that's interesting,

there needs to be a good helpful chart/graph on the web for ram picking

Comment reply on Forum Topic "cpu done, ram pick (16-64 ram)"

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

compatible with your motherboard

i hope that in most regular computers they are,

i hope that in most regular computers, the cpu + ram are good choices together

this is all far more complex than it needs to be, or that i'd like it to be.....

we all have other things in do in our lives......

Comment reply on Forum Topic "cpu done, ram pick (16-64 ram)"

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

mobile + energy

in mobiles, ready end of '19 - https://www.neweggbusiness.com/smartbuyer/components/4-things-to-note-about-ddr5-ram/)

Comment reply on Forum Topic "cpu done, mobo for small case (2200g cpu, 16-64 ram)"

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

currently?

after some thought, and moreso after an interesting reply over at ram

i decided that i overall at this second and in the more immediate vicinity of 'currently' use computing tech for learning

while i agree that the higher probability is that someone would do the same thing due to various causes (complex or simple ones), this is still just a probability and i think this singular probability doesnt give enough consideration to all the users that will not be doing the same thing, or similar things in the near future. the near (or sometimes longer) future is implicitly understood as to the use or value of something

what something is used for is also not necessarily & always what something is wanted to be used for. this ofc would make the whole topic much more complex

"Why want a PC if you dont have a use for one right now".

while a computationally better machine may not help make someone's life better in any significant way, outside of personal computing, i dont think we should undervalue the potency of desires, in any scopes or contexts

People usually know what they want to use a PC for.

i dont agree with this point at all. right now if you ask the entire population, 95+% would not really know why they want something besides saying that they 'just want it',

  • or that they may not know immediately why,

  • or they would not be verbally expressive enough to be able to communicate why

  • or that they have a simple lack of self-awareness

  • or one of many many many possible causes for why they would not know,

there are many examples across various topics & contexts that shows this would be the case of anyone not knowing why they want X, there's far too many examples

Comment reply on Forum Topic "cpu done, mobo for small case (2200g cpu, 16-64 ram)"

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

could you mention when possible if there's any significant differences between the 4 cos i dont think there's many ppl that would know, and would like to progress the mobo part since it's needed for the other parts

Comment reply on Forum Topic "cpu done, mobo for small case (2200g cpu, 16-64 ram)"

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

Why want a PC if you dont have a use for one right now

good question, uh to get a better one soon? old desktop was like 10 years old or something

Comment reply on Forum Topic "ipsu case"

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

space saved depends on the particular PSU in question.

oh well that's a problem, thought all built in psu were basically the same size

so then what's the question i should be asking?

i guess this is the part we need to know then:

are there any significant benefits of ipsu? or is just a little bit of space?

Comment reply on Forum Topic "cpu done, mobo for small case (2200g cpu, 16-64 ram)"

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

Is this for playing games on for example?

i'd think no,

but i cant predict the future or uses since things can or cannot change

but currently no

would this affect the choices between the 4 mobos under same name

cos i assume the differences arent significant?

Comment reply on Forum Topic "cpu done, mobo for small case (2200g cpu, 16-64 ram)"

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

Ryzen AM4 ITX

so this mobo has all the needs in the post?

if so, i guess will keep this option

the ram questions over at ram finally got cleared up, basically none of the ram stuff mattered

except for the speed, we still dont know about that

Comment reply on Forum Topic "cpu done, mobo for small case (2200g cpu, 16-64 ram)"

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

do you know whenever you can if there's any significant differences of 4 mobos, i dont know why they have 4 under the same name, it's very confusing

if there isnt, i guess any mobo would likely be fine

over at cpu, someone had said,

computations or compression/decompression algorithms). If such a CPU was in your use scenario you would have stipulated that. Since you did not,

i've no idea what overclock is, and im assuming i dont need it

Comment reply on Forum Topic "cpu done, mobo for small case (2200g cpu, 16-64 ram)"

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

You know how a PSU has 2x4 pin connectors for the CPU power that

nope no idea never a made pc before

but i understand basically what you're saying,

you're basically saying there is something on the mobo that does things related to energy to help the cpu do stuff

Comment reply on Forum Topic "cpu done, mobo for small case (2200g cpu, 16-64 ram)"

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

VRMs convert and control that power to the right voltage for the CPU so that the CPU can use it

is more than ample for a 2200g but will likely overheat and power throttle on a 2700x

power seems important

so are there any good mobo-picking charts/graphs that says,

2200g = go with this mobo and anything under this, cos all these mobos are enough power

or if it's a higher cpu = go with this mobo or anything above this vram

?

Comment reply on Forum Topic "cpu done, mobo for small case (2200g cpu, 16-64 ram)"

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

2200g is a basic low power CPU so you can basically run it off any motherboard

any easy simple ways to know this about 2200g? any good youtubes?

so are there any good mobo-picking charts/graphs that says,

2200g = basic low power CPU, can use any mobos

?

Comment reply on Forum Topic "cpu done, ram pick (16-64 ram)"

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

do ram only come in 16, nothing higher? someone said that

Comment reply on Forum Topic "cpu done, mobo for small case (2200g cpu, 16-64 ram)"

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

elaborate on what you need

i dont know what else to say

someone would have to ask clarifying and specific questions to me on the needs cos that's all i know and all i need from what i know

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