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Aleppi

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About Aleppi

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    Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    South Pole "Very Cold"

System

  • CPU
    i7 4770k
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Z87 PRO
  • RAM
    16GB 1600MHz CorsaIr Vengeance Pro
  • GPU
    GTX 1080 Ti
  • Case
    Fractal Design R4
  • Storage
    Samsung 840 PRO + Seagate Barracuda 3TB
  • PSU
    Corsair AX860i
  • Display(s)
    ASUS PB278Q
  • Cooling
    H100i
  • Keyboard
    Ducky Shine 3 w/ Orange LED and Cherry MX Reds
  • Mouse
    Razer Mamba 2012 Edition
  • Sound
    Onboard Sound + Sennheiser 598

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  1. So I tried to uninstall all my drivers using DDU uninstaller, but since it was the motherboard not detecting the GPU, not Windows, nothing changed as I thought. The only populated PCI-E slot other than the GPUs is a network card in the uppermost 1x slot, so my guess is just that the 1080 TI thinks it gets too little power from the second 8x slot while the RX5500 XT doesn't seem to complain. Might try more later, but for the moment I am giving up on this, will probably have to wait until I get a new motherboard and CPU.
  2. So I have been using my GTX 1080 TI in the first slot of my Asus Z87 Pro motherboard for a while without issues, but I bought a RX 5500 XT for Hackintosh. But to use the AMD card for Hackintosh, I need it to be in the first PCI-E slot. Putting the AMD card in the first slot and the 1080 TI in the second slot works, but the BIOS doesn't detect a card in the second slot. Putting the GTX 1080 TI in the first slot and the AMD card in the second slot, both cards are detected and are running at 8x. So my AMD card works in both slots, which means that the second PCI-E slot is working, but my GTX 1080 TI only works in the first slot, which means that the 1080 Ti is working. But I cannot seem to get the 1080 TI working in the second slot. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to fix this?
  3. My HTC Vive controller refuses to properly connect to my computer. The LED glows blue but after multiple repairings, it turns green and shows up on the SteamVR interface. Once it turns green SteamVR tells me that it cannot detect the controller. No matter where I move the controller it is not detected. I believed the cause was a hardware fault as the controller has hit the wall once before and I have seen that the ribbon cable can easily detach. After opening the controller and attempting to fix the issue I found that the ribbon cable was still connected and that nothing was out of place inside the controller. But it still refuses to connect and only shows a blue LED light. Thanks in advance.
  4. Thanks for the help, but I will probably have to buy a new battery instead, since my Mamba is 4 years old.
  5. My Razer Mamba 2012 has stopped working when in wireless mode. It works fine when wired, and even shows that it is charging. But the second I unplug it from the cable it shuts off. It is the same when the mouse is on the dock. If the mouse is on the dock it shows that it is charging, but it turns off once I remove it from the dock. I have tried updating drivers, reinstalling drivers etc. but nothing has worked. The mouse worked fine a week ago since I have been away, but after coming home it is no longer working. (No one has been on my PC while I was gone). This guy has the same problem: https://au.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20120208021429AATxjlW Thanks in advance.
  6. Sorry for the double post, but does anyone have any suggestions to fix the stuttering?
  7. Sorry, what I meant was that i had increased the size of the page file as I had found it as a suggested fix for stuttering, but the stuttering is the same as it was before the change in size of the page file. I have reinstalled ethernet, motherboard, GPU and sound drivers, but to no avail.
  8. My computer has been stuttering constantly for 2 second intervals every 10-15 minutes or so (sometimes it goes longer without it happening, but it still happens). It happens during games, watching youtube or just listening to music. The easiest way to detect it is the audio that stutters when it happens. I have kept task manager open to see if the CPU or HDD usage ever spiked when it happens, but it never has. This didn't happen a month ago so I am not sure what has changed. I have increased the RAM disk to try to fix the problem to no success. If anyone know how I can fix it, I would be very glad. Thanks in advance.
  9. I have an Asus router RT-AC68U and all my android devices connect to it fine but my family's iPhones and iPad refuse to connect. I have even done a factor reset. Thanks in advance.
  10. Does anyone know of a solution?
  11. No it just randomly changes to a different time. I sync it to a server and it corrects itself, but then completely randomly it changes the time, to a few minutes or hours. and manikyath i switched to the time.nist.gov server but no luck.
  12. My computer has been losing track of time lately, and after some searching I found that it was probably due to a dead CMOS battery. After replacing the battery both Windows and the bios still lose the time. Does anyone know a fix?
  13. I recently got 100/100 fiber connection, but my computer is on the other side of the house from the router. I have a pair of TP-Link PA411 homeplug adapters, which have a 10/100 ethernet port. But when i connect my computer to my router through the homeplug adapters i only get 3 mbps down. None of the homeplugs are plugged in on splitters. Thanks in advance.
  14. I cant seem to select a different stage on street fighter 2 when playing 2 player. I'm not sure how to switch from the handicap selection to the stage selection.
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