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About Gidoguy

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  • Interests
    Cricket, Football, Computers, video games, gym and EDM.
  • Biography
    College student


  • CPU
    AMD FX-6300 @ 4.2GHz
  • Motherboard
    Asus M5A97 LE R2.0
  • RAM
    Crucial Ballistix sport XT - 8GB 1866MHz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Radeon R9 280
  • Case
    Phanteks Enthoo luxe
  • Storage
    WD 1TB 3.5 inch Internal Hard Drive - Caviar Blue
  • PSU
    EVGA 750W GQ 80+ GOLD
  • Mouse
    Logitech G402
  • Sound
    HyperX Cloud 2
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
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  1. Yeah, it was working fine with my psu before
  2. I don't overclock my GPU. Plus the card works fine when playing games like GMOD and TF2, just not games that put it under load
  3. Recently I've been having major issues with gaming on my desktop, I have a Gigabyte Radeon R9 280 3X Windforce. Whenever I put my GPU under load from games like Dirt 3, GTA V and Skyrim, It works for about 30 seconds, then the display starts to flicker loads of jumbled up stuff from what was being displayed, then the screen is filled with a random colour. Consequently, my PC crashes and restarts. I've tried Completely cleaning my GPU and system using compressed air Improving airflow by removing a hard drive cage Stripping and clean installing drivers Swapping my GPU over to my other Pci-e slot The weird thing is that I benchmark using Heaven benchmark whilst monitoring temps, nothing in my system gets noticeably hot. My GPU isn't showing anywhere near high enough temperatures that would warrant crashing due to overheating. I run my fans up to max whilst playing under load and it still crashes. Has anyone else had the same issue and/or knows how to fix it? Many thanks
  4. Recently, whenever I've been playing games on my desktop, it decides to crash. However, when it crashes, the screen displays weird random grids of colours, the computer then freezes and I have to press the reset button. Has anyone else had the same problem with windows 10 and AMD graphics cards? Help!
  5. unfortunately I can't. Got it as a BDay present about a year and a half ago. receipts and documentation has been long thrown away.
  6. The other day I was using my logitech g402 hyperion fury mouse, and I'd noticed that the rubber on the scroll wheel had become misaligned. This wasn't a problem until today where the rubber has further come out of place meaning that the wheel is near enough unscrollable. Is there a way I can just slot it back into place? Many thanks
  7. I have a Lenovo Ideapad 510, It only has a 1tb HDD, but I'd like to add an SSD. Can I install an M2.0 SSD on my laptop? And if so, which one? Thanks
  8. I'm currently doing a project about emerging technologies, more specifically, Server virtualization. I need help from someone explaining to me the basics of web hosting on a virtual server.
  9. I've tried to install the drivers, but they don't work
  10. I recently installed Windows 7 on my Lenovo G700, and the wireless driver for it isn't working. Can someone help me with a solution?
  11. I would like it to be a solid all-rounder, good for having like 6-8 instances open at once
  12. would be appropriate for programming and running multiple VM's?
  13. I'm looking at laptops for university, and I have doubts about the i7-6500u processors as they're only dual core. Would that be better than an i7-6700hq for things like programming, developing and general uni related activities like running multiple programs at once. Recommendations for laptop specs appropriate for a computer science student would be welcome. Thanks
  14. I'm looking for a laptop for University, Ideally I'd like An i7 processor 12GB of ram SSD storage A decent dedicated GPU and A decent sized screen I'd be using it for coding on the go as I'd be travelling to and from home weekly.