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DakotaWebber

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    DakotaWebber got a reaction from NKG737 in Please help! 0xc000007b Error!   
    Try reinstalling the application, and try running it as administrator
    also maybe try updating drivers?
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    DakotaWebber got a reaction from Shallowthought in New Card, Worse Performance   
    are you definitely sure that applications are USING the gpu though? check that your video cables are in the gpu, you should also be able to disable the intel integrated graphics in device manager so only the graphics card is being used
    also as everyone is saying, use DDU
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    DakotaWebber reacted to Shallowthought in New Card, Worse Performance   
    Make sure your computer sees the new Video card. Sometimes they will default to the onboard intel video. 
    (Right click desktop go to nvidia settings) see if the Nvidia video card is selected. 
     
    Also Obligatory check drivers.
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    DakotaWebber reacted to Den-Fi in Top money spent by TTL, no good gaming PC   
    And while you're at it @LinusTech, I saw these cool shoes I wanted, but want to know if they're comfortable before I buy them.  https://www.amazon.com/Allen-Edmonds-Strand-Cap-Toe-Oxford/dp/B005A1OJ5Q/ Please walk for 2 hours and also benchmark them with a light jog down a hallway.
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    DakotaWebber got a reaction from RobFRaschke in Corsair H100i v2 High Idle and Load Temps   
    how long have you had it for?
    it might sound stupid but has the ambient temperature gone up drastically?
    maybe check just flushing the radiator, 
    it doesnt seem like a huge issue but keep an eye on it for now in case your pump starts to kick the bucket
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    DakotaWebber got a reaction from sazrocks in Top money spent by TTL, no good gaming PC   
    They build plenty of computers on the channel
    if you have researched, why do  you want them to a build a computer you want?
    there are plenty of build guides on the channel and elsewhere
     
    how do you not know how much it will cost if you have researched?
    use a tool such as pcpartpicker.com and watch reviews on the products you want for performance reviews
    because they have already done regular pc builds and guides and the extreme ends of the cost and performance spectrum gets the views
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    DakotaWebber reacted to Votivee in Since I reinstalled Windows I can’t connect to my WiFi   
    Did you re-install the correct and most up to date drivers for it?
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    DakotaWebber reacted to Radium_Angel in Should a laptop power on without a battery?   
    Some HP laptops would only run the laptop if the battery was present. Reason number 8million why HP sucks.
    I'd take the laptop something large, bestbuy maybe, and see if they have a known good battery you can borrow for 5 minutes and see if that is indeed the issue
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    DakotaWebber reacted to Spotty in Changed my case and doesn’t turn on   
    Will look like the top left image. The CPU 4+4 connector.
     
    Did you say "no swapbacksies"?
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    DakotaWebber got a reaction from Spotty in Changed my case and doesn’t turn on   
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    DakotaWebber got a reaction from Brodie26 in Strange boot loop   
    mine did the same, it would start the 2nd time but ram was detected, as you mentioned, reseat the ram and try it anwyay
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    DakotaWebber got a reaction from rnhbs in Aesthetic mods for mobo   
    -stickers, leds or buy some cheap stickon material with a pattern, similar to dbrand skins, you can buy rolls of fake carbon fiber for cars on wish, however be careful as the heat in the pc could make sticky substances melt or be less effective
    -maybe even go to an arts and crafts store and see what they have, let your creativity take over you
    -lots of people put toy figurines on top of their shrouds
    -mirrors
    -crumpled aluminium foil (as long as its not touching any components)
    -wood
     
     
     
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    DakotaWebber got a reaction from Turtle Rig in Ryzen 5 2400g 100% when i open an app help!!   
    either your cpu or gpu in games will be maxed out unless you set a frame limit, this is normal behaviour unless its causing you problems such as stuttering or extremely low fps
     
    is the 70% when opening chrome sustained or only when JUST opening and it lowers after? as its usual for a processor to use as much as it can to open something as quickly as possible
     
    the 2400g isnt the greatest in single core performance, and seems to be an odd pair with the 1070ti but in task manager check what all the threads are doing if theyre all maxed out or not
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    DakotaWebber got a reaction from rnhbs in PSU shroud   
    just go to your local hardware store and buy whatever the cheapest thin metal is and bend it and attach it to your case with screws or even rivests, if youre real struggle though, cardboard with some black spray paint + sticky tape
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    DakotaWebber got a reaction from RaidAU in [Help Thread] The Division 2 Frame Drop Fix   
    you could also set a frame limit, or increase the resolution in your gpu control panel in games 
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    DakotaWebber reacted to alarmingtugboat97 in drivers AMD / NVIDIA   
    thanks everyone for the fast responds.
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    DakotaWebber got a reaction from alarmingtugboat97 in drivers AMD / NVIDIA   
    its display driver uninstaller, its a program you download that wipes your graphics driver so you can start fresh with a new gpu
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    DakotaWebber got a reaction from Triventular in Getting in BIOS after changing parts for PC?   
    you wont have to change anything in the bios to change/add your parts
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    DakotaWebber got a reaction from Crunchy Dragon in H370 wirless motherboard won’t work   
    is it possible to plug in an ethernet cable to download the drivers? you might need to get another computer to download the appropriate drivers on to a usb and install them on your other computer
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