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About Ninety1Nine

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    Junior Member

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    Computer Technician


  • CPU
  • Motherboard
    ASUS P8-Z77 LK
  • RAM
    8GB Corsair Vengeance
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1070 Hybrid
  • Case
    NZXT Phantom 410 (Gunmetal)
  • Storage
    Samsung 860 EVO + 2xSeagate 1TB RAID1
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA 750W Gold
  • Display(s)
    2xAcer H236HL bid
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i
  • Keyboard
    CM Storm Quickfire TK (Blue)
  • Mouse
    Razer DeathAdder
  • Sound
    Sennheiser 598SR
  • Operating System
    WIndows 10
  1. I thought I had a stable graphics overclock, but when I turned that off, GTAV stopped crashing. Since then, I have had several multi-hour sessions without a crash. Before that I was having trouble playing for longer than 10 minutes.
  2. To sum up: RAID is better when used with a smaller number of drives with lower capacity. Get into the higher numbers and you are risking data loss because of the time to rebuild an array. Same with doing RAID with an alongside backup. If it takes longer to do the backup, larger window for failure.
  3. I have both. The 360 controller is a good choice unless you want the different feel of the One controller. The 360 has a 9ft. cable built in where the One doesn't even come with a cable. Instead you will have to purchase a cable, where you can choose how long you want the cable. Also, its a micro-USB connector. There isn't a wireless dongle to use the One controller wirelessly with a PC yet.
  4. Ninety1Nine Favorite Videos: Insane Storage... 5k...
  5. I have the same thing with my Corsair 1500v2. If my mic is activated (by a game or teamspeak) I hear it through the headset, otherwise its not present. Using the inline mute button makes it slightly louder as well. I would love to know how to fix this.
  6. I picked up a used HP dual core for <$100US and put Windows Server 2012 R2 on it. I have it set up as an FTP, web, and occaisionally, a game server. The only thing the computer was missing was Hyper-V support on the motherboard, this shouldn't affect you. Unless you plan on doing something more, I don't think would need anything that powerful. Mine runs MC and other servers for my friends and I just fine.
  7. I have 3 screens and my Post screen doesn't show up on my center #2 monitor. Before I moved, it showed up on screen #1 (left), after I moved my computer it started showing up on my #3 screen. Try booting with different combinations of screens plugged in. Other than that, the only solution I know of is to swap the positions of the displays themselves. Which I am guessing is not desirable.
  8. Basically what everyone else said about interference, but this shouldn't be happening. You need a new microwave. That one has a leak, and could be messing up more than your WiFi signal.
  9. Sometimes they include this in the config file. In most games this is a "user.ini" or "user.cfg" file. Start looking for that (should be able to open in notepad) and then do a search for sensitivity (this part might take a while). However, while looking for it myself, I found that there are multiple config files that you will have to edit. This is due to cloud saving and the such. This forum post here should help with that: http://steamcommunity.com/app/43110/discussions/0/846958223060476459/
  10. The data is still there, but now the computer probably sees it as two identical drives. You cannot recreate the mirrored drive without it deleting all the data. The easiest way to fix: (this is considering you are using a hardware RAID) Plug in one of the mirrored drives and an empty spare drive that will not be used in the mirror. Copy all the data over. Remove your spare drive completely from the system (helps prevent accidental deletions). Put both of your original drives back in and recreate the mirrored RAID1. Put your spare drive back into the system and copy the data to the RAID1. If it is possible to recreate a mirror without deleting the drives, please enlighten us.
  11. Definately like the design thought put into this phone compared to other devices on the android side.
  12. The Tp-Link Archer C7 is a nice AC router, and it is $95USD vs. Asus's RT-68u that is $200USD. Not sure how much they are over in Australia though.
  13. Really the only time you would notice a lower latency (125Mhz or 8ms) would be if you put everything on the highest latency setting. Just putting one thing on its slowest setting wouldn't be noticeable. There really isn't a benefit to change it except in a rare situtation. If the rest of your system has a higher latency and you want to try to cut down where you can.