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About yuh25

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  • Birthday 1993-09-28

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    Programming, Gaming, PC Hardware, Hobby Electronics .
  • Biography
    Just lurking
  • Occupation
    Uni Graduate - Job Hunting


  • CPU
    Ryzen 3700x
  • Motherboard
    ASUS B450i
  • RAM
    16GB Value RAM
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 1070 ITX
  • Case
    Silverstone SG13
  • Storage
    1TB Crucial P1 NVMe SSD
  • PSU
    Silverstone SX600-G
  • Display(s)
    Aftershock x340 + ASUS VG248QE
  • Cooling
    Thermaltake Water Performer 3.0
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K65 RGB
  • Mouse
    Corsair Katar
  • Sound
    Kingston HyperX Cloud Apha
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Education

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  1. Tried changing the privacy settings for your mic? Search in the start menu microphone privacy settings and set "Allow apps to access your microphone" to on
  2. If that's the latest Windows update, check the privacy settings > microphone and make sure this is set to On. I sat in a discord call for way to long trying everything, just to find out there was a new setting blocking my mic.
  3. Chrome has it under developer tools > Customize and control DevTools (3 dots) > More tools > Network conditions. Other option is Netbalancer or Netlimiter
  4. Not sure if they've changed it but when I overclocked mine a while ago I had to set it in the display adapter properties to keep it overclocked.
  5. Try using WinDirStat or TreeSize as admin. Might just be the hibernation/page/swap/indexing file.
  6. Try looking at chromes task manager with Shift+Tab+Esc and see whats using it all, could just be an extension using most of it.
  7. Took me a while but it looks like it will only check the size of the last number for every number, so if you have 22, 22, 22, 22, 232 it will call threeDigitChk for all of them, which will output "Not Palindrome" for every one except the last. Maybe remove the for loop out of each of the functions and move the switch statement into the other for loop? for (int j = 0; j<SIZE; j++) { counter = 0; int num = array[j]; while (num>0) { num /= 10; ++counter; } switch (counter) { case 2: twoDigitChk(array[j], SIZE); break; case 3: threeDigitChk(array[j], SIZE); break; case 4: fourDigitChk(array[j], SIZE); break; case 5: fiveDigitChk(array[j], SIZE); } }
  8. This is what I ended up with, but its in Java because that's all have easy access to rn. Not really sure how you wanted them mixed either. String myString = ""; String a = "#$%$*&*(%$#&%$^&*()&(^^"; String b = "abcdefgh"; // probably need to swap depending on which is larger. int bCounter = 0; for( int i = 0; i < a.length(); i++){ double randNum = Math.random(); // something that just outputs random 0 - 1 if(randNum <= 0.6 && bCounter<b.length()){ myString += b.charAt(bCounter); bCounter++; } myString += a.charAt(i); } //myString = "a#b$%c$d*&e*(%f$g#h&%$^&*()&(^^"
  9. I don't python at all but something like this might work. I'm assuming the strings are the same length. String myString = ""; for( int i = 0; i < a.length; i++){ int randNum = rand(); // something that just outputs random 0 - 1 if(randNum <= 0.4){ myString += a[i]; } else{ myString += b[i]; } }
  10. Try setting the network connection to metered, it usually stops downloading updates for me. I have no idea how long that will prevent updates because I only do that for PC's I only use for a few hours.
  11. Maybe the pump on the AIO? Doesn't really sound like any coil whine I've heard.
  12. AFAIK those are just suggestions/icon and once you click them they install? First thing I do is remove them and they never come back. But I use Win10 Education and I've never had any of the issues everyone keeps posting about in every news thing about Windows 10 so I could just have no idea about the pro version stuff.
  13. Sounds good, I tried updating my laptop to FCU overnight and it went to sleep 30 minutes later even though it was plugged in and I had to start the whole thing again. I mostly use my desktop and only use my laptop for travelling so I'd prefer getting it up to date ASAP when I do use it.
  14. Try contacting Asus about it. Could also be something wrong with the cables but if both the ones you used are dual link DVI-D then the only things I can think of that would be the problem is the panel or a bad firmware. but again, I'm not an expert and I really just guessing.
  15. That photo looks exactly like what happens when I put my VG248QE higher that 144hz Check if its going over 144hz for some reason otherwise it might be a bad panel, I'm not an expert on monitors though.