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About lopj245

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  • Birthday 1994-12-01

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  • Interests
    Computer technologies, Science, guitars.
  • Biography
    Currently enrolled at WVJC for IT
  • Occupation
    Best Buy Employee


  • CPU
    i7 5930k
  • Motherboard
    Asus X99-A
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair LPX2133
  • GPU
    GTX 1080 (ref)
  • Case
    Corsair Air 540
  • Storage
    2x 1TB Seagate Barracuda, 120GB OCZ ARC100, 240GB 850 evo
  • PSU
    Corsair HX 850i
  • Display(s)
    Acer B286HK
  • Cooling
    2 120mm "Corsair AF White led", 1 140mm back, Corsair h55
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Tramp Stamped K70
  • Mouse
    Crap HP mouse (Have had it for 9 years)
  • Sound
    My Ears
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 / Ubuntu Gnome

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  1. Because that's what it is of course.
  2. Why not? How's the money situation, if you can afford it and your bills go for it. If not you already know which option you should go with.
  3. Hello, I've recently purchased a dell g5 5587, The specs are as described below. - I7 8750h - GTX 1060 6GB Max Q Co-Processor, not graphics card. - 16 GB of Ram - 256 GB ssd Paired with a 5600 RPM 1 TB drive I've tweaked the settings as much as dell lets me to drop the temps besides undervolting, which is something I wish to avoid. - I've enabled the performance option in dell command power manager which allows the fans to start spinning at higher RPM's earlier on. Dell prevents you from having direct control over the fans so that's the best I can do in that department. The highest I've seen the cpu get is 81 Deg C and 63 on the GPU. I haven't experienced any throttling but I was wondering what some of you do to manage high temps. I also bought a cooling pad which dropped the temps 5-8 Deg so that's good I guess, but being a desktop builder and user this is my first *gaming* laptop so im used to much cooler temps. Just wondering what your thoughts on this are. Thanks
  4. In the resource monitor click on disk and post that capture. I want to see which process is causing the usage to jump like that.
  5. In the resource monitor click on disk and post that capture. I want to see which process is causing the usage to jump like that.
  6. The WPR cancel disables the windows performance recorder. (If it is running) DiagTrack just disables the Diagnostic Tracking Microsoft "implements" into your windows 10 without asking. The others are self explanatory
  7. If that doesn't work try Administrator-level CMD: sc config "DiagTrack" start= disabled sc stop "DiagTrack" Followed by: WPR -cancel Then, in Run (Windows + R) > services.msc: Stop Windows Search Stop SuperFetch Stop Windows Update
  8. Have you tired disabling anti-virus. Also double check to make sure windows isn't updating in the background.
  9. It will* and as sakkura prev stated the issues regarding USB are of major concern
  10. Indeed it does make things a bit more confusing on the intel side.
  11. That depends on multiple factors and how much of an overclock are you looking to get out of the i5. Let me phrase it this way, are you overclocking for the added performance benefit or are you overclocking because you're an enthusiast. The d-14 will save you some money as well that can be spent on games or another upgrade. In my bench the h100i had better temps. by about 14 Deg C.