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marat569

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About marat569

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  • Birthday 1993-08-26

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    Male
  • Location
    NYC

System

  • CPU
    intel i7 5820k - 6 cores @ 4ghz
  • Motherboard
    ASUS X99-A LGA 2011-v3 Intel X99 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
  • RAM
    ADATA XPG Z1 8GB (2 x 4GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 2133 (PC4-17000) Desktop Memory Model AX4U2133W4G15-DRZ
  • GPU
    gigabyte g1 windforce gtx 970 @ 1400mhz
  • Case
    Thermaltake Chaser A31 Thunder Edition
  • Storage
    512gb samsung 840 pro + 1tb WD blue
  • PSU
    Rosewill BRONZE Series RBR1000-M 1000W Continuous@40°C, 80Plus Bronze Certified,Modular Cable Design,ATX12V v2.3/ EPS12V,SLI Ready,CrossFire Ready,Active PFC"Compatible with Core i7, i5" Power Supply
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Seidon 120V (CPU) + every fan slot around my case filled
  • Keyboard
    CM Storm Devastator - LED Gaming Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Logitech Mouse M110 (Black) + Razer Sabertooth Xbox 360 controller
  • Operating System
    windows 7.1 ultimate forever

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  1. GTA:V PC page file optimization advice Hey guys, when I just started playing the game I got a few crashes. I red an article about pagefile settings on my samsung SSD, and no crashes so far, but my ram usually sits at 95% usage, CPU usage under 25 and GPU usage is fine, and the GRAM is fine [max 2.8gb used] I'm here to ask you guys if my settings are correct Pagefile settings: http://i.imgur.com/Rp1TUai.png My game is on drive C Computer specs: Windows 7 SP1 Ultimate x64 (Latest windows updates) Samsung 840 PRO 512gb SSD Intel i7 5820k @ 4.0ghz (6 cores/12 threads & water cooled) Gigabyte g1 gtx 970 windforce (Latest drivers) 8gb ram 2133mhz DDR4 (adata) [2x4gb @ duel channel] ASUS X99-A (SOCKET 2011-v3) -- Game settings: I don't think there is a big issue, according to Process Hacker the most GRAM (video ram) used was 2.8gb Shadows, water, and reflections are lowered to "Normal" since in most games they take more resources than they're worth. -- I'm here asking you guys what are the best page-file settings for my 8gb of ram -- both initial and max; I hear GTA:5 loves windows page file even if you have a monster amount of ram. P.S: Temps are not the issue whatsoever. Thanks in advanced!
  2. It's all fun and games until you have to unzip something and it takes forever I prefer winrar and their "best" compression option
  3. Backup programs are honestly for non-computer-literal people without external HDDs and spare devices with disk space. You can do everything yourself backup-wise. Not saying dropbox is the shit; but those backup suites are ripoffs in general
  4. Well that's to store something. This is if you still want to say play a game, but don't want it taking 20gb of your SSD. You run the script, all the game files are moved to a destination of choice, and steam/uplay/origin/whatever still thinks it's in the same place thanks to symbolic links and everybody is happy.
  5. You can also use this if you got another hard-drive and want to start moving things. It does not have to be HDD -> SDD to can be HDD -> HDD or HDD->Floppy Disk Moving anything Point A to B, and having programs that depend on it still work 100% [steam, origin, uplay, anything]
  6. I've used steam mover to move games since I've gotten my SSD, but steam mover doesn't support things like origin, uplay, etc. I've taken the "run commands myself" command steam mover uses and made a .bat for myself [and now you guys]. In simple terms: the point of this tiny script is to move games or any other program, and make it seem as if it was never moved. Even though you've moved the game from one drive to another, steam will still function 100% and think that the game was still in it's original location. Updates will still work, and nothing will change. All you have to do is change two variables on top of the script .bat: Change moveFrom to be the original directory, and moveTo to be the new directory. Important: Do not add a space after the : [moveFrom:] and do not use quotation marks [ "" ] when entering your directory Example of proper entry: set moveFrom=c:\program files (x86)\steam\steamapps\common\Call of Duty Advanced Warfare set moveTo=B:\steam\games\Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Notes: 1) The root directory you're moving to should exist. In my case that would be b:\steam\games ~ you do not need to create a folder with the name of your game 2) Run the .bat as an administrator Script: http://paste.ubuntu.com/10819470/ Just copy into notepad and save it as a .bat! Make sure you don't copy the line numbers I can't attach bats so you guys have to make your own. Enjoy! edit: had to put the script on pastebin, forums messed up the code
  7. My Foxit PhantomPDF business has a function that lets you import and export comment files from a pdf, and the extension is .FDF (unique to the program) Problem with that method is that it doesn't auto-save, you have to export a new FDF every time you are done, and when you open the PDF you have to import it. Also it technically makes changes to the PDF so you have to click "no I do not want to save" every time you close the program. At-least now I know there is a way to have a separate file that can store the info I want. Also as for the bubbles, there also is a "highlighter" function, same as if you'd use a highlighter marker in a paper book -- very useful; especially since you can go to the comments tab and click through the highlights you made.
  8. Thing is I have multiple devices that I read from depending where I am, and use dropbox to sync my onenote files, word documents, etc. Having annotations and all that other jazz saved in a separate file would also allow it to be synced via dropbox. My American Democracy pdf is 200mb alone, having that sync over and over would be a pain. I have the PDF's on every device, but I only have to put them there once. Having a 1mb "edit" file would be nice you know.
  9. Hello, I have a question that I would really like help with. I have a lot of ebooks (some 200+mb), and like adding notes, highlights, etc (my favorite is foxitreader). Problem is I don't like saving over the original pdf file. Question is Is there a program that can open PDFs and save edits in a separate file, so the original does not get touched. Example: Book.pdf(100mb) book.pdfnotes(1mb) Price is not an issue! Thanks! If I'm not clear, please say so and I'll try to give a better explanation.
  10. If i was promised x speed and was given a tiny fraction of it, i'd do everything i can; ranging from calling to filling formal complaints. the sad thing is with telecom companies is that they always have the ability to blame it on 1) your router 2) you got viruses 3) your computer is slow 4) you have notepad installed they'll come, change your modem, and claim everything is fixed.
  11. It's not wifi it's my LTE, and at home I have 60mbit down 30mbit up. I've just seen people posting on forums that at home they have like 2mbit down and pay ~50$ As for AT&t: You have caps, 3x the price, contracts, and more crap Do you really need 30mbit for mobile apps haha
  12. I just wanted to run a speedtest on my phone. I use SImple Mobile, it's a prepaid phone service that for 40$/month gives you unlimited calling/texting/data. No plan, I just have a credit card linked to it so it renews every month, but if I wanted to I could pay cash and it would be like what the movies call "burner phones". I use a Galexy S3 LTE (Tmobile originally) + Cyanogenmod -- but simple mobile works on any phone that is 1) unlocked 2) tmobile (they made a deal so they accept their sim cards) Yes I can tether the connection to any device, setup a mobile hotspot, do whatever I like. Just wanted to share P.S screw all the "big" telecom cooperation (AT&T, tmobile, sprint, verizon, etc). One line with them is like minimum 90$/month + 2 year contract for crap service. I just have to buy a 10$ sim card once and pay whenever I want.
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