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Pandora

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About Pandora

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Azeroth
  • Occupation
    sleep

System

  • CPU
    i5 4690k @4.7 ghz
  • Motherboard
    msi z97 gaming 5
  • RAM
    16gigs amd 2133 4x4
  • GPU
    gtx 970^2
  • Case
    phanteks evolv
  • Storage
    250gig ssd 1tb sshd
  • PSU
    evga 850G2
  • Display(s)
    qnix 1440p ah-va 120hz. and a bad old lg
  • Cooling
    custom loop
  • Keyboard
    corsair k70

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  1. what i found was that plugins wreck this game. and while performance in game stayed consistent and CPU usage never rose we found that with lower power processors with more people online weird bugs would occur more frequently. things like body bags not appearing, dino bodies not appearing, mobs not spawning, player owned dinos disappearing/despawning. currently im running this game in an i5 4460 with 16 gigs of ddr3 at 2133mhz and my problems have somewhat disappeared. the other thing i changed was i moved to a raid 10 ssd setup.
  2. because i am quite tired of windows having an update every 6 months that requires me to either boot from a backup or nerfs my performance. also i hate the telemetry
  3. im a student i can get these keys for free or nearly. i will take a look at the 2016 LSTB
  4. I am planning on a clean reinstall for my main Pc pretty soon but i am pretty fed up with windows 10's seemingly inane update scheme and its awful user tracking. I want to migrate to windows 2016 but im not sure how well it will support a lot of edge programs i use. i really heavily into VR and i like messing around with drivers and such. i was wondering if anyone had any experience using windows 2016 as a main OS. programs that i use that are a little odd are emulators such as dolphin, hacked games such as CM3D2 and some tools to grab 3d models. but what i really need it to work with is VR.
  5. this laptop checks almost every box. its not that money isnt the problem its that i can afford to drop 50$ on an nvme ssd especially since i budgeted to buy one for this laptop anyway.
  6. eh, nvme ssd's arent expensive anymore. i think i am just going to try it out.
  7. i get that. traditionally when data was requested from the pagefile it would/could cause a pretty intense system lockup.
  8. so i recently picked up a hauwei matebook D for 440$. i love the laptop so far but it has a major draw back. ONLY 8 GIGS OF RAM! i mean come on. okay i can deal with 8 gigs if 1.1 gigs wasn't reserved solely for the gpu and windows didn't default use 1.5 gigs. unfortunately its not upgrade-able but this laptop does support an nvme drive. i was wondering how much a performance hit i would notice if i used the fastest nvme drive i could as ram overflow. im sure there would be a performance hit but most of my ram usage goes to my browser and the games i play don't use much ram. my question is "if i used an nvme drive for ram spillover would i notice a dramatic performance hit while browsing/having multiple tabs open"?
  9. its definitely a strong candidate but my god does it look like trash. and a CD drive? what is this 2008?
  10. i am also looking at https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834324036 and https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16834850877
  11. So im on a pretty tight budget right now and i need to replace my current laptop although i love it. simply put it's bulky and its battery life is too poor to be my daily driver. i am looking at https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834235072&Description=asus mx150&cm_re=asus_mx150-_-34-235-072-_-Product its my budget maybe even a little high. what i need this laptop to do is light gaming WOWS WOW warthunder and other light games and im pretty sure the mx150 is up to the challenge. my main problem is the poor reviews on this laptop when it comes to battery life, trackpad usability and keyboard flex. i was wondering anyone here had any recommendations in the 500$ price range for a similar laptop. i don't mind buying used.
  12. just had my r9 290x finally die

    1. Twilight

      Twilight

      why finally? i have one of those too and it still works as far as i know... 

  13. on 15 inch most of the time i want that space to either be used for upward facing speakers or centering the keyboard and track pad. but i do like a numpad as well. i think the t420 did it best with the integrated number pad
  14. no idea what imesh is but powerline adapters consistently provide lower latency connections compared to wireless.
  15. for laptops? no, not for that form factor, even then that laptop isnt worth 50$ so its likely not worth the ssd.
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