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About veimiK

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  • Birthday 1998-01-30

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  • CPU
    i7 4770K @4.2GHz
  • Motherboard
    Asus Z97-PRO (Wi-Fi AC)
  • RAM
    Kingston HyperX 4x2GB 1600MHz
  • GPU
    Zotac GTX 780 AMP! Edition
  • Case
    Antec 300
  • Storage
    2x Samsung HD502HJ 500GB; 1x Corsair Force LS 240GB
  • PSU
    OCZ ModXStream 750w
  • Display(s)
    Eizo FS2223
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G15
  • Mouse
    A4Tech Bloody Hands V8
  • Sound
    Some old Creative 2.0 speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 7

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  1. MX500 is 15% full, Force LS is about 60% full.
  2. I have 2 SSDs - Corsair Force LS and a Crucial MX500. Both of them are connected to SATA 3 ports. They're running in AHCI mode. The problem is that they behave as if they were connected to SATA 2 ports. (speeds up to 300mb/s) What might be the reason of it and how do I fix it? My MOBO is Z97-PRO, I also have 2 more HDDs connected to SATA 2 ports if that makes a difference. EDIT: AS Benchmark
  3. I didn't really know what I was looking for, but I've found nothing out of ordinary. Then again, my networking knowledge hovers around the magical number 0, so I'm not sure. What should I be looking for?
  4. I have a house in my home city and I have an apartment in the city where I study. I am able to connect everywhere and play all games I own when I'm in the city where I study. When I come back to my city though, my laptop has problems connecting to certain games. I am able to play and connect when I'm in the city where I study. I have no issues with any websites whatsoever.
  5. Hey. I'm a student. I circle between my home city and my studying city. Usually, when I come back to my home city (with my laptop) I can't connect to various game servers. Right now the problem seems to affect Overwatch, War Thunder and HotA lobby in HoMM3. What I've tried: Resetting the router I'm connected to. Switching from Wi-Fi to Ethernet. Doing all the ipconfig /renew stuff. Right now I'm out of ideas and I need some help. I just want to play games, man.
  6. Not yet, no. That's why I'm asking if it's worth it. I think I'll buy one though.
  7. Hello. I believe this is a good place to write about this. I've got a Zenbook Pro (specs in my sig) and I've recently got into streaming. I'm using Streamlabs OBS (I can switch to OBS if necessary) and I'd love to use my laptop for streaming in order to cut my desktop some slack. Is it possible with these specs? Would it make the stream look worse?
  8. I'm gonna try it in a different PCIE now. Tomorrow I'll be at my dad's so I might as well bring it and try. Thanks. Uhhhh... I've heard about baking the card but I've never tried what. What tempretaure should the oven be set to? D:
  9. I've been checking frequently. I've played with a fan curve as well. Anyway, never went above 83.
  10. No. GPU Boost did all the work for me.
  11. Hello LTT. So, I was playing Tibia about 4 hours ago and a bad thing happened. I was just running around and all of a sudden some random pixels went wrong (pic below), it froze and I had to reboot my PC. When rebooting, it showed me the ASUS logo (BIOS/UEFI/whatever) and then my monitor lost the signal. I tried deleting the drivers (unpluged my GPU, switched to iGPU) - I got signal without drivers, but after I installed them (I've tried 3 different versions, the most recent, the one before that and the one before the one that was before the most recent(lol)) and the same thing happens when I reboot, so... Is my 780 dead? Can I do anything to save it? Specs are in the sig.
  12. My first build was fine, but I got a GTX 780 to go with an i5 750. Used it for a couple of years. After upgrading the CPU it's like a different dimension.