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About Wufflez

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  • Birthday November 22

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  • CPU
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte GA-Z97X-Gaming 3
  • RAM
    8GB DDR3-1600
  • GPU
    Zotac GTX 970 ZT-90101-10P
  • Case
    Corsair 200r
  • Storage
    128GB 240 EVO / 1TB Hard drive
  • PSU
    Antec HCG 620W
  • Display(s)
    23" 1080p Asus VS239H-P
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO
  • Keyboard
    Razer DeathStalker
  • Mouse
    Zowie EC1-eVo
  • Sound
    Sennheiser HD 558
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1 Pro
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  1. Haha no. USB A doesn't do video out.
  2. Probably missing drivers. You could try removing them and scanning for hardware changes to see if that makes a difference. Unplug USB device one at a time to see if they might be the cause.
  3. I'm helping a friend pick out an Ultrabook they'll be using for school. They're currently going to be using Adobe InDesign, Video editing, and no gaming. Their budget is $600-800 USD. Any US merchant. They're looking for a 15.6" touchscreen foldable screen with at least 500GB. This was my recommendation this: https://www.costco.com/lenovo-flex--15-series-2-in-1-touchscreen-laptop---intel-core-i7---geforce-mx230---1080p.product.100466616.html But I'd like to know what you guys think could be better. Thanks in advanced.
  4. Nah it's normal. and actually there is something you can do about it. The source of the sound is interference from motherboard and GPU to your sound chip and/or route. If you used a sound card, or usb audio output. Then there wouldn't be any noise.
  5. That's coil whine. You'll especially hear it while playing games at a high frame rate. Usually not much you can do about it. Changing the PSU may help, or trying a different PCIe port if available. My solution is to increase the volume in a game.
  6. They're both nearly unheard of brands. Although I've heard of T.Force. Brand isn't really important with RAM except for warranty. It either works straight out of the box, or it doesn't. If it works, then it'll keep working just as well as any other. RAM is RAM can't go wrong. The performance between the two will be identical, but the Eudar is marginally better. Not that you'll notice the performance increase if any.
  7. I'd imagine that one or more of those sticks may be bad. Could be happening when you're using more memory usage, and memory needs to be stored on a bad stick. Easy way to test it, is removing 3 of the 4 sticks and trying each stick one at a time. They'll fail to even boot to windows if it's bad.
  8. I can't give an answer for that. Vote with your dollar.
  9. Are you in the US? Obviously the 2200g
  10. Depends on how much you value your computer (and possibly your house). Yes. Change it. Like now. If you got a budget, we can help you search for a PSU.
  11. Everything is overpriced in Australia. It's the nature of living on an island
  12. Damn I forgot to ask, let me check out their sites
  13. Here you are take your pick. I Made sure to include links solid PSUs from each brand that are well priced atm. If it were up to me, I'd choose the Bitfenix Formula Gold, but any will do. EVGA - SuperNOVA G2 550 W 80+ Gold BitFenix - Formula Gold 550 W 80+ Gold Antec - Earthwatts Gold Pro 650 W 80+ Corsair - TXM Gold 550 W 80+ Gold Corsair - RMx (2018) 550 W 80+ Gold
  14. You want 32gb of RAM, a 2080, and a ryzen 2700 and you expect it to be cheap? I'm certain this is overkill for your needs