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MrLewisMHarris

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About MrLewisMHarris

  • Title
    Junior Member
  • Birthday 1996-08-24

Profile Information

  • Gender
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  • Location
    Bedfordshire, United Kingdom
  • Occupation
    College

System

  • CPU
    Intel i5 4690k
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z97P-D3 Intel LGA1150
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance 8GB 1600Mhz
  • GPU
    AMD Radeon HD 7770 Ghz Edition
  • Case
    Xigmatek Asgard Pro Chassis
  • Storage
    1TB Western Digital Blue Hard Drive, 256GB Sandisk SSD
  • PSU
    OCZ ModXStream Pro 700W Semi-modular
  • Display(s)
    BenQ XL2411Z, Acer G226HQ
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper TX3 Evo
  • Keyboard
    CM Storm Trigger Cherry MX Blacks
  • Mouse
    Steelseries Rival
  • Sound
    Steelseries 5H, Samson Meteor Mic
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Professional

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  1. MrLewisMHarris

    WAN Show Audio Quality?

    Why does the WAN show still only use max 128kbps audio? - It's a talkshow, anyone listening to it in podcast fashion (audio only) will suffer... in fact most audio listeners suffer - They dedicate 3500kbps (as seen at steam[0] in the screenshot) to the video, so why not spare a bit extra for 192kbps audio? - They have their expensive AF mic, but it is bottlenecked by the low audio bitrate! LTT, pls fix.
  2. MrLewisMHarris

    Graphics Driver Re Installation Issue

    Try using either/both of these tools to get a fresh system w/out graphics drivers, then try and reinstall. http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html http://www.guru3d.com/content-page/guru3d-driver-sweeper.html I've heard that windows 10 can sometimes be an issue with resetting the motherboard's internal GPU as the main one, even when you disable it. If your problem persists after that then try using this tutorial http://winsupersite.com/windows-10/stop-automatic-driver-updates-windows-10 to remove the default driver updating software in windows 10 (if that happens to Not work, please reset the settings as you might need it). Hope this helps
  3. MrLewisMHarris

    University of Illinois Achieve 57Gbit/s Speeds through Fibre

    yeah, game streaming is on the rise, and with this kind of internet speed it wouldn't be hard to do, but yeah as you said the problem is with the feedback time or "ping", and also it would cost a hell of a lot of money to host this kind of service to the hundreds of thousands of people playing games because of hardware and network space. Plus when it comes to gaming I like to have offline capability, which wouldn't be possible with game streaming. But if the case is that everyone has a super-fast Gigabit+ connection, then non-static server-based downloading (AKA: Private torrenting) will probably be something that will be implemented soon, just in the sense that everyone downloads from each other rather than from servers. That way people will have faster downloads than say downloading from steam's server, and steam don't have to pay for things like internet bandwidth, faster network speeds and the actual physical space to host the games and other things that come with it.
  4. MrLewisMHarris

    University of Illinois Achieve 57Gbit/s Speeds through Fibre

    Also, you need to consider it's GigaBits a second, not Gigabytes, so it'd be something close to 6 seconds... which is like... way too long for a download amirite?
  5. MrLewisMHarris

    University of Illinois Achieve 57Gbit/s Speeds through Fibre

    Haha, yeah. Maybe in about 5 years we'll see this kind of performance in the hardware inside our computers before our networks can handle it
  6. I don't think this article has been posted yet on the forum so I'd like to share it in case you haven't seen it: http://www.gizmodo.co.uk/2016/03/engineers-smashed-the-record-for-fibre-optic-data-transmission-with-new-kind-of-laser/ I think this is amazing and it's yet another step forward in the right direction. Although we won't be seeing these speeds in our homes anytime soon (maybe wait until 2035), this kind of data transmission will most likely be diversified and updated to work along-side, or even on top of current existing fibre transmission methods. Anyway, that's just my two cents, read the article for more information. I'd love to hear your thought on this and any general discussions about the topic in general. Thanks
  7. MrLewisMHarris

    Windows 10 Pro £39.90

    I looked them up, pretty much all reputable review websites say that they are legit: http://www.reviews.co.uk/company-reviews/store/software-geeks (user-driven reviews, so could be botted) ScamAdvisor Thinks it US based (although its a .co.uk Domain) http://scamanalyze.com/check/softwaregeeks.co.uk.html (Low popularity rating means it could be unsafe?) http://www.hotsited.com/www.softwaregeeks.co.uk http://www.nominet.uk/whois/?query=softwaregeeks.co.uk#whois-results (only registered domain for 1 year) https://sixstat.com/ratings-reviews/softwaregeeks.co.uk Shows Low Daily unique visitors and page views, and low income (due to the lack of advertisements I'm guessing) I'll add a warning to my post because it does seem fishy, but it does use secure payment methods so If something goes wrong you can claim money back. Thanks for the heads up, merry xmas.
  8. MrLewisMHarris

    Windows 10 Pro £39.90

    I've never heard of that subreddit. Thank you
  9. MrLewisMHarris

    Windows 10 Pro £39.90

    Software Geeks is selling Windows 10 Pro for £39.90 (as the title says) https://softwaregeeks.co.uk/product/windows-10-pro/?gclid=CNCf9dWB98kCFWj3wgodXbEKng Grab the deal while its hot! EDIT: Read my comment below to see more about this website's reputability.
  10. MrLewisMHarris

    Can someone suggest...

    This is true. I already have 2 Wireless routers for internet usage, but they both have 802.11b speeds, and the ethernet has the same speeds as the wifi (god only knows why) and I'd just like to upgrade transfer speeds with NAS devices. Thanks for the input
  11. MrLewisMHarris

    Can someone suggest...

    This is exactly what I'm looking for thank you very much. It's quite cheap as well
  12. MrLewisMHarris

    Can someone suggest...

    Yeah there isn't too many that don't have wifi, but the reason I need a router (and not just a switch) is because a switch doesn't seem to act the same way as a router does. I need it specifically for having a separate network just for directing files and folders from my PC to my raspberry pi and vice-versa.
  13. MrLewisMHarris

    Can someone suggest...

    Can someone suggest a Gigabit LAN only router? I don't need it to be LAN only, but the prices of 802.11ac routers are too damn high, and it doesn't need to have hundreds of ethernet ports (since I have some switches lying around), or maybe it would make sense to fashion together some pfSense router and frankenstein a switch onto it or something... Any suggestions are welcome, and if this is already a topic I apologize. Thanks for your time.
  14. MrLewisMHarris

    System Bottlenecking Issue (Help Appreciated)

    Its not just BO3. He says he gets poor performance in most game, he says, so I will have to go and check what the problem is ASAP.
  15. MrLewisMHarris

    System Bottlenecking Issue (Help Appreciated)

    What do you mean "burn your PC along with it"?
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