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About husseinHr

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  • Birthday 1999-07-05

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  • Location
    United Kingdom
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  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 2600X
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Aorus B450 M mATX
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB 3200MHz (White)
  • GPU
    EVGA RTX 2070 8GB Black Edition
  • Case
    Phanteks Enthoo EVOLV mATX TG (Silver)
  • Storage
    500GB 970 Evo NVME M.2 SSD
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNova G3 650W
  • Display(s)
    BenQ GW2765 27" QHD 100% sRGB IPS
  • Cooling
    AMD Wraith Stock
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K65 LUX RGB (5*!!), Logitech K780
  • Mouse
    Logitech G403 with SteelSeries QcK XL (wide)
  • Sound
    Creative A250 2.1 w/ Subwoofer (shit)
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
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  1. woah, fantastic part lists!
  2. My mother's iMac (5K retina 27 inch. i5, 16GB, 4GB GPU, 2TB Fusion drive) runs similar frame rates to my computer in normal generated worlds. about 160 fps with fancy trees and normal settings. we both have vsync and frame limiters off. why am I getting frames similar to that of a lower spec iMac with a 5K monitor (I'm running 1080p temporarily)...? when I'm building something, I get some tiny little jitters that make no sense to me either. When I fly around a world downloaded from the internet that's got a lot of large structures in it, I get really bad FPS. around 90 and easily lower too. I don't use shaders. I used to play on an MSI GT72 Dominator from 2014 with i7, 16gb, 3GB GTX 870M and 1080p and got better frames on that. I don't know what's going on but it frustrates me. Makes me wonder if other games are being affected, though they don't seem to be running too badly.
  3. Cold Chisel (one of Australia's greatest rock bands) recently released their album Blood Moon, and it's got some really good melodies in it. The opening of Killing Time is very good in my opinion. I like composition and have been playing the violin since I was 9, so interesting melodies are really juicy for me. Jimmy Barnes has a fantastic quality to his voice, which I just love. Lots of other great tunes in this album! Underappreciated for sure if you ask me! What do you think?
  4. It's like I don't know why I have it anymore... it seems wrong. But it's one and two third arm lengths away from me right now and there's nothing I can do about it... so the 100% scale is just tiny for me to read things with. Even 110 is pretty small from here but I get by. 125% is what I tried first but that was just too much lost real estate... As I say, it feels wrong. The reason for buying this was to have the extra real estate and resolution... now it's like a 1080p monitor in sizing almost. But it does kind of feel good too, having thins a bit bigger. There's more space, and it's not so compact. Which I like. But still. Hrmm
  5. Guys, thanks a lot. I checked, and my CPU cooler (stock AMD) works fine, fans spinning and all. The temps are actually fine. 51 c... so nothing to worry about. it's fine gaming too. I think speccy was a bit tipsy. going to use CPUz and HWiNFO64 from now on. I use NZXT CAM too sometimes, which works alright.
  6. Something's fucky. I'm getting annoyed about this stuff. I just don't know what's going on. Also... i don't ever see my CPU reaching a high boost clock in games or anything.
  7. Not too sure of the budget, but under £300 would be perfect. I'd rather buy used because that's more cost-effective. I don't mind buying single parts or stuff etc. The iMac she's using is a 21.5-inch mid-2011 2.7GHz i5, Radeon 6770M 512MB, 4GB 1333MHz RAM that I upgraded to 8GB years ago, and a 1TB SATA HDD. She uses this for media consumption, web browsing and transcribing (youtube and docs open side by side). The main reason for upgrading is the woefully slow HDD and general performance deterioration. Also, my 10yo sister plays Minecraft and Star Stable on the computer and it always looks choppy, which I would like to have fixed! Upgrades I have in mind: SSD! This is the main thing right now. I'm going to need about 500GB SSD. That should be enough as she's only using around 330GB of her 1TB HDD. CPU with at least 4 cores that can handle multi-tasking well. Liking the idea of a Ryzen CPU. Or maybe something like an FX 8350? Not sure at all... help me out! RAM: I would like to get 16GB into it at a good speed, but 8GB will have to do to start with I think in the budget. GPU: Something that can do a decent job of running less demanding games like Minecraft and Star Stable at 60FPS minimum on 1080p. PERIPHERALS: I will need an IPS monitor because she's an artist, and she does care about this. As do I. 21.5"-24" 1080p IPS and close to 100% sRGB. Already got the other stuff.
  8. I have a nice mechanical keyboard that I enjoy typing with. I also have a good Bluetooth keyboard, but I don't want to swap them around on my desk. Can I just use the USB passthrough in my Corsair K65 LUX RGB to enable it to work with Bluetooth or Wirelessly? Basically, I want to type with the mechanical keyboard on my phone. Can it be done?
  9. Edit: I found a Corsair K65 LUX RGB refurbished for £61.99 on Scan.co.uk. What a deal! I found used keyboards at the same price. And this one looks like it's never been used.. and it's certified refurbished!
  10. Absolutely must have dedicated media controls. You know, like the stuff on the Corsair keyboards... Does not need to be a roller and could be buttons. I just need to have the controls. As for key switches I have used cherry MX blue before and I didn't quite like the noise level. I always thought I would like MX brown the best but I'm open to options! But I don't care too much about noise honestly. Better if less but whatever. My budget is roughly... £50-70. I would appreciate a good deal honestly. If you want to go over budget I'm listening. Right now I'm looking to at the Corsair K65 RGB... But usually £110.
  11. Only had this SSD installed. Besides a HDD I had since my last build that didn't show up anywhere. Have since chucked that away because it's broken.
  12. okay i'm going to try this stuff. i usually have 30, 50 or 80GB free. this is a rare occasion. problem has been going on since day 1 anyway so.
  13. Just installed it. Apparently, it runs automatically. Here's a screenshot.
  14. Yeah, on the SSD. It's my only drive at the moment.
  15. Sometimes it'll stutter, sometimes Windows Explorer just goes to 0.25x speed and needs time to think (even right-click sometimes), changing wallpapers takes ages, games seem sluggish (eg, FH4 control response lag), and generally using the PC in day-to-day tasks it just doesn't feel quite like a pretty damn high-performance machine. I really don't know what's going on. I hope this can be fixed. OS: W10 Pro Insider - Version 1809 - Build 17763.437 Specs: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/user/Hussein.H/saved/nrwfHx (also listed in my signature) BIOS: Gigabyte B450 Aorus M - {"ALASKA - 1072009", "F2", "American Megatrends - 5000D"}