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About Houndz199

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    Bannana Creme

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    Technical Theatre and Computers


  • CPU
    Intel i5 6500
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte LGA1151 Intel H110
  • RAM
    16GB HyperX Fury Black
  • GPU
    EVGA 1070
  • Case
    Corsair 200R
  • Storage
    1TB Western Digital - 120GB SSD
  • PSU
    Corsair 750w
  • Display(s)
    Three Asus 23.6 (Surround Gaming)
  • Cooling
    Hyper 212 Evo
  • Keyboard
    Corsair RGB K70
  • Mouse
    Logitech G600
  • Sound
    Phillips HD6000 with V-Moda mic
  • Operating System
    Win 10

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  1. Any idea on how to mount a 3.5" drive with no more spots for it? I was thinking command strips or double sided tape but I am worried about vibration or it moving. Will a verticle mount matter?
  2. It is possible there arent many seeders on the torrent
  3. yes, but wired is always better if possible
  4. Although I am sure you could, by the time you bought the necessary things to do it, you would be at the cost of a power supply. Plus in general that just sounds like a bad idea
  5. For that price point, I might recommend a gtx 1060. https://www.amazon.com/Gigabyte-GeForce-Windforce-Graphics-GV-N1060WF2OC-3GD/dp/B01KQUDE2Y/ref=sr_1_3?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1481907140&sr=1-3&keywords=gtx+1060
  6. that's interesting, I have the same problem for GTA, but not my Rainbow six siege. I am willing to bet this is something you probably can not fix considering what you already tried. My only other guess might be to uninstall your network adapter https://gyazo.com/ec25dbde5b5e500809dd47d4910393b9 and then reboot.
  7. can he just run the games in windowed borderless instead of full screen?
  8. at least at my house, 5ghz network gives me a much faster down speed (15mbs on 2.4 vs 100mbs on 5), but seems to have a lesser range. I know that 5ghz is better in general because there is a usually less interference on the wavelength. hertz is reference to the wavelength of the signal, Mbps is your speed in megabytes per second (not to be confused with megabits per second) cable companies will trick you advertising 100 Mbps down speeds which sounds really fast, but is only really 12.5 MBps
  9. not knowing anything else, it is your monitor, cable from your gpu to your monitor or the gpu. I might try reseating the GPU
  10. yeah that's what I am trying to figure out, what CPU do you have?
  11. I recently bought battlefield one and have been having fps problems. I am running it 1080p on a gtx 1060 3GB with an i5 6500 and 16GB of ddr4 ram. I get awful frames in this game, in mulitplayer, it is usually around 30 fps on all settings. During game, my CPU Usage is almost always 100%. This probably means my CPU is a bottleneck right? But even still in campaing my frames are 60 fps avg on high settings. Others had my problem but no solutions, I've tried ussing a cpu processes hacker but it didnt help. I would love any advice. (and yes my GPU is updated)
  12. The value gained from the extra 100 is totally worth it for future proofing. Also, I don't know the country you're in but don't forget about taxes, They'll be around 60 dollars on this build if you're in the US.
  13. Good build, but word of advice. Wait until you have more money, a dual-core chip won't get you too far in the near future. An extra 100 dollars would go a long way in this build. It would let you get an i5 6400 which would be much better. Also, I might swap your video card for a 1050ti, you could get a lower power PSU and save a little.
  14. Photoshop maybe, web browser not really, but with new triple A titles recommending 12 GB of ram it would be safe investment to get 16gb.
  15. just go with 16 gigabytes, if you truly needed 32, you'd know that and wouldn't be asking the community.