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About Tempra

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  • Birthday 1985-11-22

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  1. Vessel name : Tempra Vid 1 : https://www.vessel.com/videos/G-DUjgUyY Vid 2 : https://www.vessel.com/videos/JYZEYDYx0
  2. Well.... It seems i'm a massive idiot... There's a "slow boot" button on the motherboard, it was toggled on. Thanks everybody for your help and support, it was really appreciated, and i got fresh drivers all around
  3. Right, so i've had a tech friend on Facebook and Teamviewer, and the drivers are all updated and running. However, the CPU and RAM is still underperforming, is it a BIOS thing maybe ? I'm fresh outta ideas, included PC benchmark test.
  4. So i turned off OC Genie and set the DRAM frequency too auto, and boom, vast improvement ! I've also updated the GPU driver from AMD's wepsite and the network drivers. I'm having a hard time however finding the remaining drivers, Now it runs WoT on max settings, almost perfectly smooth.
  5. It's supposed to be, we have HPFI relays by law in all buildings, but somehow, the current bypassed it. My girlfriend and i sat in the bedroom (computer room aswell) and despite nothing being plugged in, we hear a very loud fitzz sound, i immediately knew that was the end of it. Fortunately everything else survived, so screen speakers, woofer, everything else lived.
  6. Looking at the task manager, with Spotify running, i'm using 4 % CPU power, 12 % memory and 0-1 % storage. I've installed the GPU driver from AMD's website, and that update alone made it go from minimum to high settings, so a clear improvement
  7. Yeah, when the thunderstorm closed in i unplugged the PC completely from the outlet, however, the surge jumped directly from the nearby radiator and into the PC, bypassing my little surge protection The neighbor next door (same house) lost a TV, Apple TV box and a PS4.
  8. I did install all drivers, (the ones included in the packages respectively), but i must admit, i didn't think about them possibly being waaaay out of date. I'm using a Corsair H100i water cooler, and according to my bios, my CPU doesn't go above 30 degrees, so that's nice Thanks Forgot too mention the case, a Nanoxia Deep Silence 1, it's gorgeous
  9. So, seeing as my PC literally got struck by lightning and died, i thought it was a good time to jump into the deep end and built a gaming PC myself. But, for some reason it's running like crap, it works fine and all, but the in-game performance is severely lacking, like World of Tanks on minimum settings, Watch_Dogs on medium, that sorta performance. And i don't understand, cause it's more powerful in every way than the previous computer, and it performed better. (Can't remember all the specs, but it had a Nvidia 760 card, 16 gigs of ram, and i think 3,5 Ghz CPU) So, any good suggestions as too how i can improve the performance ? The parts inside is as follows: Samsung SSD 840 EVO 250GB BK OEM Basic KIT, 540/520MB/s read/write, Samsung MEX controller Seagate® Desktop SSHD 1TB MSI 970 GAMING, Socket-AM3+ AMD FX-8350 Black Edition (Overclocked and running at 4,20 Ghz) XFX Radeon R9 280X 3GB GDDR5 Corsair H100i Hydro CPU Cooler Crucial DDR3 BallistiX Elite 1866Mhz 8GB x 2 Samsung DVD Writer, SH-224DB Cooler Master V700, 700W PSU Microsoft Windows 8.1 Dansk, 64-bit, OEM