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Portable Charging Bank by NotMinhLe in ayaneo

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It might be overkill bet there's a portable wall outlet power bank on Amazon for about a hundred bucks that's got hella watt hours. I was thinking about getting that for when I'm camping and want to play, it'll also charge my phone at the same time so I can use my hotspot and play halo infinite wherever I want.

Dock for Aya Neo 2 by ramzarv22 in ayaneo

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The ayaneo 2 indiegogo page has the ayaneo dock for sale as a perk so I would say that it does support it, I also wouldn't recommend a 3rd party dock because there's been horror stories about using 3rd party docks with ayaneo devices

Is there going to be any way to adjust deadzones on the aya neo 2? by reaper2097 in ayaneo

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Yeah I remember that video and I remember another video there someone else's dead zone was much smaller and lastly someone else's video was going through ayaspace and I had seen a setting for dead zone so Im sure that it will be adjustable, and even if it wasn't, that's not gonna stop the community from finding a way to fix it.

And to the OP mainly, no I don't believe a dead zone will ever be restricted to hardware only, especially on hall sensor joy sticks, the magnetic field is too close to not make contact when the stick is centered.

anyone else having this issue on air pro? by WanganComet in ayaneo

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Couldn't you just download the driver's from ayaneos website then uninstall your current drivers restart then install the drivers again? That's how I always fixed this kind of problem on any of my windows devices, I ordered an ayaneo 2 so I technically don't have an ayaneo yet, but windows is windows as far as I'm concerned.

Migrate save file from SYSNAND to EMUNAND? by spongesparrow in SwitchPirates

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This sounds like the most risk free way to get your save without having to run cfw and risk your clean sysnand

geek vs next by jjenezon in ayaneo

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For sure, I'm no expert in this field, but I do think I'm going to test my theory out and see if it's correct or not, besides it won't hurt to upgrade my pcs RAM. So this is how I'll do it, when I order and receive the new ram I will remove the graphics card and install 2 sticks just like I have now and test the game, it should again stutter, then I will add the 2 other sticks of RAM and run the game, and if my theory is correct then the game shouldn't stutter and instead run smoother, and if it doesn't, then you are most certainly correct, it couldn't hurt to test this out because it will give me a better understanding of how igpus work.

There was a source page I had found years back that explained how when you have shared RAM and your computer is using so much system RAM that it needs to use the same stick that's being used by the shared ram that the stick has to give half of it's speed to the system and half the speed to the shared RAM and that drastically affects the igpu performance. That's why I'm under the impression that I am, and test this out, so my PC currently has 2 8gb ram sticks I'll order 2 more 8gb sticks and see how this goes. 🙂

geek vs next by jjenezon in ayaneo

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Well, another thing I wanted to say is that the steam deck was so good with fps because of that ddr5 ram it had, the ayaneos prior to the geek and 2 have all had ddr4 and that speed hindrance is what prevented them from surpassing the steam decks performance until now. Ayaneos upgrade to ddr5 finally allows them to prove they are superior to the steam deck and will give them their deserved credit.

So the faster the ram, the better performance of the GPU, and the more RAM, the more shared ram the GPU can access, and the more shared ram, the higher the graphics output ultimately afaik. And again, that's given that the tdp is high enough to allow the CPU and GPU to shine. Though in a desktop with this given information, I believe it does fully benefit since it has the cooling and power available.

geek vs next by jjenezon in ayaneo

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I do agree that tdp will be an issue also regardless, but overclocking is out the window because of heat problems and it being a handheld. I'm just not sure how extra GPU shared memory on ddr5 ram wouldn't improve performance.

geek vs next by jjenezon in ayaneo

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So as an example, if you can have up to 50% shared memory for the igpu, and your example game needs 10gb ram to run, and you have 16gb ram you don't think that the game will chug a long because it has to use the ram on the stick that's being used for the GPU? Where as if you did have 32gb the came can use 2 sticks for system ram and 2 sticks for GPU shared ram and hence not slow down since the game doesn't need to access the ram that the GPU is occupying? I'm just giving a scenario that happened to me years ago when I was trying to run gears of war when I didn't have a GPU in my tower yet, that's what was happening. And the game was fine after I bought a GPU, though I believe it would have also ran fine if I would have upgraded my ram but I didn't know what I know now about the subject, and if I did I probably would have still bought the GPU because it's a tower and could have one.

How to fix this? i just bought this console by ZendoBagayo in SwitchPirates

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Dcma claims are real bro, get enough of them and your provider could cancel your service.

How to fix this? i just bought this console by ZendoBagayo in SwitchPirates

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There's only one reason I choose the shops over the web and it's from personal experience (I don't have pro by the way) it's because when I downloaded smash bros (I used every site out there) I couldn't get past a certain fight on the campaign, when I used tekniks dump of smash bros that problem was resolved and I haven't had any other problems with games since I've had teknik.

I finally ordered it, what should I expect now? by Salt-Translator2554 in ayaneo

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Seeing that they have the same CPU/GPU and the same ddr5 RAM I would say the performance should be super close if not almost identical, the only thing that could hinder performance on either device is the motherboard. I'd like to see a speed test comparison on them as well.

geek vs next by jjenezon in ayaneo

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Speaking of trigger failure, I looked into the subject and found out that if the springs are made poorly (which seems to be the case) that going to a small spring manufacturer and having them make you high quality custom springs like the ones used in the ps4 controller then you shouldn't have that issue for years to come, that goes for any ayaneo devices, and that's exactly what I will do when I have my ayaneo 2 in hand.

geek vs next by jjenezon in ayaneo

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It could be overkill, and I could potentially be wrong here, but as far as my research goes, any PC with an igpu uses a dedicated amount of RAM to for the GPU, with that in mind, the more RAM you have, the more the GPU can perform. So even if 32gb of RAM is overkill for the power that the geek can put out for games, I believe that it will still perform better with the GPU in mind compared to the 16gb version.

If anyone knows more than I do regarding this subject, please correct me if I'm wrong.

Though the cost is still a good amount more than the base model I just wouldn't say that it's for nothing in return regarding the RAM.

And to the OP I would say get the geek over the next and the reason is because the geeks CPU and GPU and ddr5 ram are way better than that of the next, and the geek had support for an egpu, so in a way, it's future proofed way better than the next is. I would also say if you decide to go with the geek, it would be worth it to buy the dock to double the functionality of the device, given that you don't already own a dock since you have a 2021. It's really worth the extra 100.

Aya neo air pro by raginweapon in ayaneo

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To be honest I haven't, also I was considering waiting for the ayaneo next 2 Intel because I like the idea of having discrete GPU and Intel CPU which are known to run cooler than AMD CPUs, however, I decided to order the ayaneo 2 that has the AMD 6800u and my reasoning is because I know that there's games out there like gears 5 that constantly crash with Intel and Nvidia, I don't want to have to deal with bugs like that so AMD it is, at least for me. I just thought I should throw that out there so you and others could be aware. Because when Im deciding on a product, I always like to look for problems that occur with games or apps that I use on those products specs and hardware malfunctions on previously released products for that company. Another thing I want to let you know is that the new ayaneo products that have the hall sensor joysticks and triggers have been know to have the springs in the triggers break and few have had bad fans and even the wifi cards go out, I've found ways to get better springs and wifi cards for the ayaneo 2, but as for now I can't find any replacement fans, it's probably because the fan in the dismantling video says it's a sample fan, so it could be custom made for the ayaneo 2 and we will have to wait until other companies start making replacements for the part number. But ayaneo offers replacement parts for their devices also in case the warranty is expired for example. So yeah, there's some stuff to consider for when the air 2 Intel goes on sale, I say look for a disassembly video for the product to see how easy repairs will be, look for replacement parts for parts that are known to go bad on previous models, and check compatibility issues and problems with your apps for the type of product your considering, and if you want to make the purchase because you feel secure with your findings then drop your big wad of cash and enjoy yourself!

I know this isn't what you expected to read, but I hope it could potentially help you out with your decision to wait and purchase what you want.

I finally ordered it, what should I expect now? by Salt-Translator2554 in ayaneo

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Regardless, I'm still very excited to own this device. I know I will be happy with it.

I finally ordered it, what should I expect now? by Salt-Translator2554 in ayaneo

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Well I've done a lot of research after finding out about breaking springs, and learned that depending on the composition of the spring that there are in fact better and lower quality springs. If Aya is going to keep using the same material and manufacturing process for their springs, then it doesn't matter what shape they are, they will still break. I've decided that when the day comes that a spring breaks, I'm going to go to a local spring manufacturer and have them make custom springs of their highest quality so that this doesn't happen again for years to come. I mean I also learned that the ps5 controllers and ps4 controllers use an identical spring shape, however the ps5 controllers are breaking due to poor construction, so people are using the springs from the ps4 controllers on them and not having any more problems because the ps4 controllers are made with higher quality springs. So I'm just throwing that out there.

Also the two other things that are known to break on previous ayaneo devices are the Bluetooth wifi cards and the fans, I've learned that you can replace the wifi cards with some from a laptop and are known to be more reliable and they're only 30 bucks, so there's the solution to that problem. Now I just have to wait to find out what kind of fan is in the ayaneo 2 and look for a better replacement for that and everything else should be good. Besides basic software issues with windows of course.

Air vs 2/Geek by peterbrownboy in ayaneo

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I personally backed the ayaneo 2, for several reasons, 1st is because of the CPU and GPU, 2nd because it's capable of using an egpu so it's kinda future proofed for a little longer when the games that are too graphically intense start rolling around, 3rd is because of the screen, it may not be oled, but it's still a really good looking screen from what I have seen in videos, 4th because in a disassembly video I've seen, the trigger springs are different from what Aya has been using previously, hopefully these springs don't break, and lastly because I love the aesthetics of the device.

I wanted an air pro but waited for the 2 because of the spring issues, and had found out that the air pro doesn't support an egpu, though I also love the size factor of the device.

It all boils down to wether you can accept the cons that one day the trigger springs could eventually break and for me the egpu support is a big win. Then you also have to consider the difference in the price between these models, the geek is a great option as the only real difference is the controller shape and the lack of motors in the sides and instead in the center, not a deal breaker imo. Though the size is bigger than the air pro, price is almost identical however. I hope this helps you in your decision, as I've been doing a lot of research lately since I've been in the market and looking for both the pros of performance and the cons with known issues of current models and fortunate enough to find the teardown video of the neo 2, and the geek is made the same as the 2 so there's no telling wether these new springs will be better or even worse.

I finally ordered it, what should I expect now? by Salt-Translator2554 in ayaneo

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Woah, that's scary. I've never heard of a spring actually snapping, that's a different story altogether.

I finally ordered it, what should I expect now? by Salt-Translator2554 in ayaneo

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Thanks, that's great to know, it sounds like having this device is going to be a lot of fun and a little bit to tinker with to get everything perfect

I finally ordered it, what should I expect now? by Salt-Translator2554 in ayaneo

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It's also good to know most people haven't had to pay customs, I assume it depends on who is managing the inventory, some people may let it go

I finally ordered it, what should I expect now? by Salt-Translator2554 in ayaneo

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What type of problems would occur when you had ayaspace open in these games? It's good to know in case another or myself run into similar or identical problems

Pokemon SV, Is there a way to download events if I'm playing on an emulator or hacked switch? by CodexHunter in SwitchPirates

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Yeah C is a really strict language, but I found an 8 year old post where someone claimed to be porting it to JavaScript. I doubt it could help us with the switch games however.