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LeapFrogMasterRace

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About LeapFrogMasterRace

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    𝔂𝓮𝓪𝓱
  • Birthday 2017-05-11

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    Male
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    uranus
  • Occupation
    CS student

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  • CPU
    I5 4690k 4.5Ghz
  • Motherboard
    GIGABYTE G1 Gaming GA-Z97X-Gaming 7
  • RAM
    16 gb (crucial + corsair vengeance)
  • GPU
    Gigabyte gtx 1080 G1
  • Case
    Corsair 760T
  • Storage
    WD 1tb blue, samsung 850 evo 250
  • PSU
    Ax 760
  • Display(s)
    xb271hu
  • Cooling
    h110i gt
  • Keyboard
    g710+
  • Mouse
    Logitech g602
  • Sound
    G4me One Headset
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. In case you didn't know stuck pixels are perfectly square (unless they are bunched up) and are red,green or blue. A dead pixel is gray or black and sometimes squiggly looking. Often stuck pixels are actually smudges on the screen or fixable by using a stuck pixel fixer. Dead pixels are not fixable however.
  2. Are you sure it is a dead pixel and not just a stuck one?
  3. Well if you are using a different program called CPUZ you need to double the ram speed to get the actual speed but I am not aware of anything like that for crystal disk mark
  4. Double check all your power settings are set to high performance in the AMD software as well as Windows and then try closing MSI Afterburner and only overclocking in wattman making sure MSI is closed to avoid any interference.
  5. I would say it is not worth it but I think the PCI lanes are split up differently and that is the biggest difference you will either benefit from that or you wont use it at all. As a side note it seems you could maybe not go so overkill on things and get a better cpu/gpu with the money saved,
  6. Have you played with the power limit and voltages in afterburner and are temperatures good?
  7. What is your power supply Where and when are you reading your clock speeds Are you sure this isnt a ram or CPU overclock issue
  8. The most common program for this is crystal disk mark https://crystalmark.info/en/software/crystaldiskmark/
  9. Unless you have access to another PC that does have UEFI just go ahead with DiskGenious. With MBR you can only have ~2 TB partitions so I am not sure how your files will get split up though.
  10. Because GPT only works on UEFI so now we know why it was working on that PC but not these other ones.
  11. Oh I see...do you know if the computers have UFEI bios? check by typing msinfo32 into run (windows + r)
  12. I don't think more ram will do any good because you are probably not using more than 8GB. A SSD will make everything load faster but there really isn't much you can do for the gaming performance besides overclocking with something like intel extreme tuning utility. The only exception is if you want to go crazy, take out your network card or if you have an NVME or a express card slot and buy a laptop GPU dock but you need a PSU for that as well it's not a pretty setup... I found a video of Linus covering this
  13. I would say get something like this it is a popular gaming mouse pad https://www.amazon.co.uk/SteelSeries-QcK-Gaming-Mouse-Rubber/dp/B000UEZ36W/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=qck+mouse+pad&qid=1575848698&sr=8-2 Just pick the size you want for your desk area
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