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Justin_

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About Justin_

  • Title
    Veteran
  • Birthday 1998-06-18

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Missoula Montana USA

System

  • CPU
    2X Intel Xeon X5570 (2.39GHz 4c8t each)
  • Motherboard
    TYAN S7012 dual socket 1366 motherboard
  • RAM
    Micron 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR3 ECC (PC3-10600R)
  • GPU
    ASUS ROG STRIX Geforce GTX 1070 (signed by LTT Team at LTX)
  • Case
    Custom WIP AIO case
  • Storage
    5X2TB HDD's in UNRAID
  • PSU
    Corsair RM650x
  • Display(s)
    3X Dell Ultrasharp 2007WFP 1680X1050 16:10 in NVIDIA Surround 5040X1050
  • Cooling
    2X Coolermaster Hyper T4 3X120mm LTT Edition Noctua HF-F12 Fans, 2X120mm coolermaster stock t4 fans
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 W/Cherry MX Brown switches and Red led's
  • Mouse
    UtechSmart Venus 50 to 16400 DPI Laser MMO Gaming Mouse AND Logitech G302
  • Sound
    Corsair G933 Wireless
  • Operating System
    Unraid + Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Justin_

    500Mb/s internet ouly outputting about 100Mb/s

    Im actually having a similar issue with my ASUS router (RTAC56U). I have it going to a Linksys gigabit router that I am using as a switch, then plugging into my motherboard with GIgabit, but I am only getting a 100Mbps connection. My internet is only 100Mbps so it's not a big deal, but I use my desktop as a media server so it would be nice to get better speeds on my home network. The link between my ASUS router and my Linksys router is only at 100Mbps, as is my connection between my Linksys router and PC Nevermind, my Linksys router is actually a 100Mbps router.
  2. Knock knock

    Who's there?
    Justin.
    Justin who?
    Just in the neighborhood, thought I would drop by.

     

    *DAB*

     

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    GETTTTT DUNKEDDDD ONNNNNNNN!

  3. I have no proof right now as there seems to have been no articles posted about this so delete if you must, but it seems as if Maximum PCs Facebook has been hacked and is now posting clickbait content.
  4. Justin_

    PSU 4+2 + 4+2

    Could you take a photo? I've seen 4+4 and 6+2 but not 4+2.
  5. You have no idea how happy that made me. I've been trying to get this to work on and off for the last month
  6. THAT WAS IT!!!!! WHEN DID WINDOWS ADD THIS?? HOW DID IT GET SET! AND WHY DID IT STILL NOT WORK WHEN I REINSTALLED WINDOWS!!!!! I really don't care at this point, BUT THANK YOU SO MUCH! This is the 3rd place I have asked this question and you were the first to suggest that.
  7. Hey guys, I have an issue that I have been poking at for several hours now and i'm hoping somebody can lend me some advice. At work we have a computer that is used for streaming that has these parts It was built some time back in early 2017. Up until the last few weeks it has been working more or less flawlessly, but recently our XLR audio input (Focusrite Scarlett 2i2) stopped working in our streaming program (Telestream Wirecast 7.7.0). I have also attempted to use it with OBX, XSplit, and Voice Meeter and in all of the programs it shows up as an option, but never produces any sound. When I go into WIndows microphone settings and select 'Listen to this device' I can hear it just fine and it works without any issues. So far I have tried reinstalling the 2i2 drivers, uninstalling Windows updates, rolling back Windows using system restore, checking all audio settings, reinstalling Wirecast, installing the newest (v10.X) version of wirecast, and reinstalling other audio drivers. I also tried using the 2i2 with other computers and it worked without a problem. At this point I removed the SSD in the system and connected a HDD. I then installed Windows using an 18 month old install USB, installed all the drivers (using old versions of drivers that were updated in the last few months), installed Wirecast 10.x, and I still had the same problem on a diffrent windows install using the original drivers I used when setting up the computer. I also tried OBS and XSplit on this install and had the same problem. One other thing to note is that audio coming in from other sources (like the SDI and HDMI capture cards) work without any issues. So I can take the audio input from a cameras mic and use it in any programs without any issues. At this point I don't know what to do. All the parts seem to work on there own, but they won't work together. Any thoughts on this? Any at all? Thanks
  8. Justin_

    We Broke the WRONG Record! - RTX Overclocking

    I did watch the video, but admittedly I wasn't paying all that much attention as I was at work.
  9. Justin_

    We Broke the WRONG Record! - RTX Overclocking

    So what record did you break that was wrong?
  10. Justin_

    Laptops in university

    Id say that in the CompSci class at my university about 1/2 of the laptops are Macs, and of the remaining 50% about 2/3 are gaming computers of some sort (some new, some many years old, but with actual GPUs in them) and about 1/3 business/bestbuy special
  11. Hey guys. So schools back and I have a lot of typing to do, especially code, so I would love to get a small mechanical keyboard that I could slip in my backpack and use for school. My desktop keyboard has MX Browns and I love them, but I'd be open to something quieter that I could potentially use in class without making too much noise. As for size I prefer either a 75% or a small 1800-compact. I don't know the name of the layout, but I want the layout with the rectangular backspace key not the weird backward L-shaped one. Wireless would be nice but it's not something I'd require. If it is Wireless I'd want something that's actually encrypted Wireless not just Broadcasting. As far as price I think about $100 is the max I'd be looking at but if you guys know of something that's a bit more feel free to suggest it. Thanks guys!
  12. Well it seems we have hit that point. The point when new smartphone CPUs are out so anything running less than the best will be slowed by the updates. Android 9 (especially the new patch) is slowing down my Pixel 2 XL. It's not much, but it's deffinitly slower. It also seems that the Google assistant is slower and much less accurate. Not to mention the more klunky UI, for example split screen now takes more work to setup and will stop any playing media while setting it up. Security patches are good and all, but I'm not Shure how much I like the new Android. How about the rest of you, have your phone's slowed down and has Google speach to text become less accurate?
  13. Justin_

    Getting Shocked by computer case

    Is it dry there. If it is dry you are more likely to have static. You could run a humidifier, it would be good for more than just reducing static
  14. Justin_

    August 31 2018 - WAN Show Document

    I did miss a lot of the WAN show so I may have missed some of the biggest parts (I'll need to see when I watch all of it later) but yeah joking around is always been part of LTT. I really didn't expect that they're needed to be a big press release over this. I thought everybody knew that you guys like messing around and it seemed pretty obvious that it was more or less a joke question and that he didn't really care about it too much. Hope this doesn't cause you guys too much trouble :-)
  15. Guaaaahhh! Why is it so hard to search for a workstation laptop. Can I get some help? I need a laptop that has at least a Quad Core CPU at 2.8GHz+, 16GB+ RAM, and a GPU (~1060 3GB+) for internal components. For I/O I would prefer 2+ USB 3 THUNDERBOLT ports along with at least another 2 USB 3 ports, but failing that it needs at least 4 USB 3 A or C ports. MOST IMPORTANT of all I am looking for a laptop that can keep itself cool and running at full speed for hours at a time with the CPU being hit HARD and the GPU having some load on it. Im trying to get something put together that could run professional grade streaming software with 2-3 camera inputs, PiP and some video overlays. I already have the software, capture devices,m and cameras figured out, just looking for a laptop. This would be for business use, not personal so price is not really an issue as long as it is not too crazy.
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