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ElPedro

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  1. Thank you for your help. I now have access to the main drive and can use it to store data ( almost all 2TB of it) but still have loads of partitions i dont understand or want. Is there anything i can do?
  2. It has seperated the 2tb drive into muliple drives that have no storage. Can anyone help, I've been so stuck
  3. I have 2 sticks of 8gb of ram corsair vengeance 2666 corsair vengeance 2400 i have a z170 ASU’s board can I overclock them to the same speed? Eg 3200hz?
  4. HeyIaminfinity, I really appreciate the help. Seriously. Not many people go out of there way to help people like that. You have my respect
  5. I have an asus motherboard z170 pro gaming. It has bluetooth, but i can't find it anywhere on my pc. I've tried updating the drivers but it doesnt work. It used tyo work with my logitech mx anywhere 2. But It stopped working and i cannot figure out why I've updated my drivers, I've checked for hidden items in device manager, really stuck. Any help, I would be very greatful!
  6. Ok great, so the main benefit of bigger/better routers is the range of the signal? And a small flat does not benefit from this range? I think my new router will have 5g in the whole flat so it should be ok. Thanks
  7. I am about to move into a Tiny flat with a PS4, iPhone 6s, Macbook and a gaming PC. I want the router to be very fast and work on 5g with strong signal. Is it worth me sticking with the standard router (5g new generation BT homehub) or going with a 3rd party hub from someone like asus? Or googles new OnHub.Thanks *My PC is connected via ethernet*
  8. I am about to move into a Tiny flat with a PS4, iPhone 6s, Macbook and a gaming PC. I want the router to be very fast and work on 5g with strong signal. Is it worth me sticking with the standard router (5g new generation BT homehub) or going with a 3rd party hub from someone like asus? Thanks *My PC is connected via ethernet*
  9. I think youre right. I'm just going to get the OC hip, even though it probably is just a marketing ploy. I just want to try and get a nice OC, and keep it for a few years. Thanks
  10. Hi guys, I have the option to buy a 6600k bundle or a 6600 bundle. The 6600k bundle is £350.00 (mobo, cooler, cpu) The 6600 bundle is £240.00 (mobo, cpu) Is the 6600 much slower than an OC'ed 6600k? In normal workloads/gaming/livestreaing. I'm not sure which one to get, also the 6600k would include a better motherboard >.< Should I just save the money? Or invest in a better rig now (as I dont ever want to change my motherboard)
  11. I mean just so it covers the corner so it doesnt dig into my forearms. Not so i can use it at that angle
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