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Eeglis

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About Eeglis

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1995-11-18

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  • Steam
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  • Origin
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  • UPlay
    yuhup
  • Battle.net
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  • PlayStation Network
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  • Twitch.tv
    Take a wild guess :D
  • Twitter
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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Finland
  • Interests
    PC gaming, building PCs, electronic music and Subaru Impreza WRX STIs.
  • Biography
    I was born, stuff happened and now I'm here.
  • Occupation
    Engineering student

System

  • CPU
    i7-4790k
  • Motherboard
    Maximus VII Ranger
  • RAM
    4x4GB 1600Mhz CL9 Kingston HyperX
  • GPU
    GTX 1080 STRIX
  • Case
    Anidees AI-Crystal
  • Storage
    Samsung EVO 850 250GB SSD, SanDisk 960 Ultra II SSD, Samsung EVO 860 2TB
  • PSU
    Seasonic 600W Prime Fanless Fully modular PSU
  • Display(s)
    Acer Predator XB271HU 165hz 1440p, 46" Samsung LED TV (With 3D but who uses it lol)
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D15 for CPU, NF-S12B, 2x Noctua NF-A12 and 3xNoctua NF-A14 PWM Chromax
  • Keyboard
    Vortex POK3R RGB (Browns, Nordic) and Logitech G810 and Cooler Master Masterkeys Pro S (Browns, Nordic) for work.
  • Mouse
    Logitech G900, Logitech 903, Logitech G700s (retired, at times used as volume control)
  • Sound
    Asus Xonar Essence STX II used with HDJ-2000-K
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Error Edition with bunch of problems Pro, taht magically transformed into Enterprise edition.

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  1. I'm aware that 2.4GHz is built for range and penetration. Sadly some of my devices support only 2.4GHz. I use the 5GHz everywhere I can. And my main PC is wired with no issues, but cheaper phones that are being used in the house do not support 5GHz nor is ethernet that practical for phones. I'm just slightly on the edge if theres somethig wrong with the router or not. Interestingly enough disabling beamforming seems to have helped a lot. But as soon as I added a quest network, the DL and UP speeds to the internet dropped again. Not the link strenght which was still like 200Mbps I did notice the modem router getting quite hot at 60C. This post might be a mess as I'm typing this from a phone and can see like only half of my post at once.
  2. Ok, I should add, that I live in a fairly sparcely populated and don't have babies or too much of 2.4GHz gear. Disabling beamforming helped quite a bit, until today when speeds dropped by 25%-50% again. System restore and quick beamforming disable and I seem to be getting like 80% of max speed
  3. Lately my Windows 10 machine has been waking up from sleep at weird times during the night and instead of "waking up" it starts off as new. By that I mean that all my unsaved work is gone, no software open and system power on time has reset. I have no idea what's causing this.
  4. My ASUS DSL-AC88U is conciderably weaker than 5GHz bandwidth. Right next to the modem I'm getting 40/9 (out of 50/10) and couple walls away it's 30/8, while 5GHz is still getting capping out at 50/10. The 2.4GHz also occasionally drops users from the network, for seemingly no reason.
  5. Ok, I'd think that this is a simple thing but I'm having issues with this anyways. I have two computers on my network, one (PC1) plugged in with an ethernet cable, and another one (PC2) via WiFi. I want to be able to access PC2's files through PC1. So I'm not talking about remote access. There are some problems though like the share button under properties menu is greyed out, or that when I try to connect to the computer that I can see under "network" it asks for credentials, and here comes another batch of problems. Both of my computers use only local accounts, and PC2 does not have password. Nothing private on it, just some music and DRM-free games. So when I'm trying to connect to PC2 it's asking for credentials, that I have not set up. I did try [blank] - [blank] [Username] - [blank] [Username] - ["password"] [admin] - [blank] [admin] - ["password"] none of them worked. I feel like I'm just being a dummy, but I can't figure out on how I'd be able to transfer files using File Explorer from one PC to another. I'm itching even more to do so with the new modem I got boasting 3100Mbps (combined) transfer speeds.
  6. Hello, so my issue is in the title. There used to be a sub menu under Steam in start menu which would have couple most recent games, other steam links like Friends, Settings and such. Somehow, though that menu is not showing up, so I'm wondering what should I do. My other programs have that sub menu working the sub menus that I'm talking about look like this: and as we can see, other programs like Chrome, Notepad, NordVPN and such work fine, but Steam just lost it's sub menu entirely. I also checked my other machine, and there it's working just fine. Any ideas?
  7. Hi, I was just given a task to fix a S7 Edge that's bricked. I have no idea what caused it aside of "it shut down in an airplane with nearly full battery" Tried charging and accessing recovery or download mode. No dice. So I can't even flash a software, suggestions?
  8. Tried, didn't help. Contacted Stem support, which redirected me to MS support which promised to call by now, but haven't got the call yet, one hour since the appointed time.
  9. Hello, so my issue is in the title. There used to be a sub menu under Steam in start menu which would have couple most recent games, other steam links like Friends, Settings and such. Somehow, though that menu is not showing up, so I'm wondering what should I do. My other programs have that sub menu working the sub menus that I'm talking about look like this: and as we can see, other programs like Chrome, Notepad, NordVPN and such work fine, but Steam just lost it's sub menu entirely. I also checked my other machine, and there it's working just fine. Any ideas? I've tried usingin Iobit Uninstaller which deletes pretty much every rediusal file, but it didn't work, as Steam somehow still knew that it was me, who was signing on to the machine on my first log on. Now I've done a fresh install of Windows 10 and still can't get it to work.
  10. Hello, so my issue is in the title. There used to be a sub menu under Steam in start menu which would have couple most recent games, other steam links like Friends, Settings and such. Somehow, though that menu is not showing up, so I'm wondering what should I do. My other programs have that sub menu working the sub menus that I'm talking about look like this: and as we can see, other programs like Chrome, Notepad, NordVPN and such work fine, but Steam just lost it's sub menu entirely. I also checked my other machine, and there it's working just fine. Any ideas? I've tried usingin Iobit Uninstaller which deletes pretty much every rediusal file, but it didn't work, as Steam somehow still knew that it was me, who was signing on to the machine on my first log on.
  11. Yeah, I thought that that infomation would be a good one to compare aganist.
  12. I don't know, lately it has been adding a tax difference afterwards, like VAT is 24% in Finland, and something a bit less in Germany, and that tax is added afterwards. It's fairly small difference though.
  13. I just checked from Amazon.de and a brand new 8086k is about 520€ + tax ~550? You can get one for (new) from Finland for about 470. So OP is getting some kind of a discount. Then again gotta see what it's going to be used for. Since 8700k can be found for 317€ from Amazon.de, so it's good idea to value the performance difference of 8086k and 8700k.
  14. Okay, that is weird. Can't help you exactly with that. I heard that Memu would be a better emulator, but to be fair, both of them are pretty bad, and Memu actually being worse than Bluestacks. Lesson is, that both of them are bad. If possible, look for another emulator entirely. Also you could try checking BIOS just in case, if it's accidentaly left on?
  15. It sounds like Hyper-V is not enabled, and if that is the case, you need to go to BIOS and enable it from there. Enabling Hyper-V varies from motherboard manufacturer to manufacturer, and if your CPU supports Hyper-V.
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