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hueylax70790

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About hueylax70790

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1994-01-04

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  • Steam
    dualviper70790
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    hueylax
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    Huey Yoon

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Video Games, TV, Computers
  • Occupation
    Night Auditor - Marriot

System

  • CPU
    i7-4790k @ 4.0GHz
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Z97-AR
  • RAM
    16GB Ballistics
  • GPU
    Geforce GTX 970 SC
  • Case
    Phantom white
  • Storage
    2TB WD Black @ 7200 rpm
  • PSU
    750W EVGA
  • Display(s)
    32" TV Monitor and 20" HP 2011x
  • Cooling
    Corsair H60
  • Keyboard
    Razer BlackWidow
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder Chroma
  • Sound
    Sony 2.1 Stereo and Astro A40
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1
  1. I tried that, still the same. But now out of nowhere it started working, and i have no idea why.
  2. So I have an i7-4790k and 2 gtx 970s in SLI but i cant seem to get more than 20 fps on the open beta for the Division. I've looked online for optimal graphic settings but it doesn't work. Any help?
  3. Having gaming capabilities from such a small device would be awesome for my bed TV!
  4. Is there any way to prevent that? That's a massive dick move.
  5. I hope not. I know some companies do that, but i don't see why my down speed would be so much greater than my up speed.
  6. So here's the thing. I like to stream, it's fun even though I don't get views much, but I can't stream anything with lots of action because the stream quality goes to crap. So I checked my internet speed and I have, get this, 122.38mb/s down and 3.24mb/s up. So i looked up online for any possible solutions and I came across one where it said my firmware was probably outdated, and sure enough it was, so I updated my firmware and nothing has changed. Any help would be greatly appreciated. P.S. I am hardwired into my Router, no wifi.
  7. I've remounted it already before. it his 91 under a prime95 stress test
  8. Yes, i have to so it's running at full speed at all times
  9. I've tried remounting and I've reapplied the thermal paste 3-4 times already and the temp never drops.
  10. So I have an i7-4790k with a Corsair H60 Hydro Edition, not OC'd but it idles around 33-45 (frequently fluctuating) and under load reaches around 91 degrees. I feel this is extremely high. I was also playing WoW on Ultra and it stays around 60-65 degrees. I'm using Noctuas NT-H1 Thermal paste, using only a pea size. Is this too high?
  11. I was hoping that was the problem haha. I haven't had issues like this for other games, i was just freaking out because it didn't happen to my other AC games
  12. I wouldn't say so. It really just depends on what you're looking for. I have a $75 Liquid Cooler which keeps my CPU under 68 degrees under 100% load and it's quiet.
  13. So lately I've been playing Assassins Creed: Rogue and Watch Dogs, both great games, but it makes it hard to enjoy when every once and a while, the framerate stutters, like just a really quick but heavy lag. What could be causing this? I have decent cooling, a solid graphics card and a great CPU. Also, there seems to be a lot of frame splitting when I play Assassins Creed but not much in Watch Dogs. Any help would be greatly appreciated Build: CPU - i7-4790k GPU - MSI GTX 970 Gaming Edition RAM - 16GB Ballistics HDD - 2TB WD Black Mobo - ASUS Z97-AR CPU Cooler - Corsair H60 Hydro Edition PSU - 750W EVGA 80+ Gold
  14. So I want a new case. These are what I'm looking for: 1) Big Window to view the inside. 2) Great Airflow, in from the side and front, out the top and back. 3) Lots of space for cable management. 4) Full Tower
  15. the only this is the PSU. You might need more because the i7 overclocked can use up a bit of power as well as the GPU. it's not necessary, it's just a precaution because you don't want to be buying another PSU later on when you can get enough now.
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