Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

Propphet

Member
  • Content Count

    296
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Awards


This user doesn't have any awards

1 Follower

About Propphet

  • Title
    Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Not Telling

System

  • CPU
    4820k
  • Motherboard
    Asus Sabertooth
  • RAM
    16Gb Geil
  • GPU
    Gtx 770 Msi
  • Case
    Cooler Master CM 690 III
  • Storage
    1 Ssd 120 GB 1 Ssd 1Tb 2 X 1 Tb Hdd
  • PSU
    G750M 750W
  • Display(s)
    24 Inch / 19 Inch
  • Cooling
    Munchen 4
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G11
  • Mouse
    Sharkoon Drakonia
  • Sound
    Logitech G35
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1 Pro

Recent Profile Visitors

888 profile views
  1. For some wired reason i made a full clone 2 days ago so im save, i am just scard that this happens again to an expensive drive.
  2. So this thing died now what and how could this have happend?
  3. Thanks for the help, thats only page scaling though, I ment the size from the tabs and buttons off chrome. I tried a couple things, I tried to turn off dpi scaling but that made the tekst really blury. I finally found the fix and that is if you change your compatibility mode to windows 8 it changes the scaling back to how it was before the anniversary update. This was done on the the msi gs60 2pe with an screen resolution 2880 X 1620 pixels
  4. So I got myself a "new" laptop that has a 3k screen 2880 X 1620 and its a bit too hard to read without scaling so i use 125% The problem is that my google chrome gets insane big when doing this to the point where its almost redicilous (see tab size and close in the top right) Is there a posibility to use a difrent scaling on chrome like 115% and 125% on the other apps I know that you can disable it but then it gets way to small.
  5. So my friend and I are in an argument he claims that all data stored even in a few seconds after the save or write to an SSD with for example rapid mode is stored in case of a crash. My sight on the story is that if for example, you save a file to your SSD with a rapid mode on and the buffer/cash of the rapid-fire hasn't saved to the SSD jet it's lost in case of a crash. Who is right and why?
  6. Ola so I got a Gtx 770 and a big Corsair H50 laying around. I`m not sure if the G12 or G10 support is though because at the end of the site it says H50 (CW-9060006-WW only) I was wondering if it would work because I cannot find any information about it online. My Corsair H50: Other Corsair H50 This is what nzxt site says: https://www.nzxt.com/products/kraken-g10-white
  7. I think the video will speak for itself. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50m37BEjf0U How to fix? Settings :
  8. The problem is that its already an replacement for the dead drive from 2014, and im worried that they will forward it to some random shop who are gonna charge shit ton of money.
  9. So a few years back I had a dead Ocz SSD, I made an rma and it got replaced with an OCZ Referb VTX450 Now this one died again and is not found by bios or external hdd enclosures I can ofc make a new rma and get it replaced but i need the data of it. How to fix?
  10. So I bought a second hand aio with these fans on them, anybody knows what they are? They had leds if im correct looking at the fan hub with cut connectors. they are 140mm, black cable, and the text lx-sw-12025.
  11. http://www.coolermaster.com/powersupply/modular-gm-series/g750m/ It has problems booting aswell after "cold start" if not booted for about 2 hours it tries to boot spins fans for 1 second than drops out and retries untrill i remove 24 pin and resead it.
  12. Yo waddup my dudes, Its almost wensday and my pc is showing me sinage from weekend. Its randomly shutting down, hard locking, blue screening and stuttering for 1 second. I found my baby boss problem (in my eyes) as seen at the +12 volt rail on my psu. Its an 750 watt on a i7 4930k with an gtx 770. Could this be my problem? or should i try something els before replacing the psu?
  13. Its a test from a ramdisk, write is faster than read. On nas it reads /writes 3k+ MB/s
×