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YonathanZ

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  1. Call of Duty 1, 2, MW, MW2, MW3, Black Ops. Half Life 2, Advent Rising, Battlefield 1.
  2. Just found the issue and updated the OP, but thanks.
  3. Hi, Over the last few days, I've noticed that Overwatch loads very slow - character models take a few minutes to load, as well as the game's menu and pretty much everything else. I've just checked my HDD's Read speed with HD Tune and the result is a miserable 4.5mb/s maximum (3.7mb/s minimum). All my HDDs are similar models except for their capacity and the others get a read speed of around 145mb/s max so something is wrong here. I have just freed a bunch of stuff from the HDD so it now has 2TB free out of 3.81TB. What else can I do, other than replacing it? Thanks. EDIT: Solved! Turns out a process related to Plex, that checks the HDD for changes in order to update the library, was using 160mb/s of read speed constantly. Changed some Plex settings and it's fine now, HDD is back up speed.
  4. Can I check the stability of the card using software instead of a game? Like a stress-test?
  5. You mean make my GPU weaker for a game to work? Doesn't make any sense to me.
  6. Hi, I've been trying to enjoy this game since it came out but, playing the campaign, the game freezes after a few minutes of gameplay. The only way out of it is to use the physical reset button. I've already updated the AMD driver (using an RX 580). I'd appreciate suggestions as I don't even know how to update the game (it's on the Xbox app, using Game Pass for PC). Thanks.
  7. Thank you all. Looks like my only option is to optimize ram usage by not running unnecessary apps, etc.
  8. Hi, I've recently started using SolidWorks and already at the 2D-sketch stage my Galaxy Book 12 runs out of memory (4GB). There's no way to add RAM to this PC (it's soldered), and I wonder if there's anything I can do to improve the situation, like adding an SD card that's dedicated to a page file or maybe dedicate some of the SSD to this duty... Please let me know if there's anything to be done. Thanks.
  9. Hi, Bought a used Xbox one s on Saturday, finally got to use it today by playing quantum break. Audio was great but I noticed that the surround speakers don’t work, only the front 3 + subwoofer. Went to xbox audio settings and changed from stereo to surround (tried both 5.1 and 7.1) and now the center channel is very quiet compared to the other channels so dialogues are difficult to hear. I don’t want to mess with my avr speaker levels since they’re perfectly set and calibrated. I’m looking for a fix on the Xbox itself. Will appreciate your advice. Thanks in advance.
  10. Worst advice. Stay away from gimmicky headphones. If if you don’t need sound sealing, get open back headphones. I love my HD598 but am not sure about long term usage since I don’t use them often.
  11. They are pre built by a local company. The psu is a Zeus PS520GW and the motherboard is a gigabyte GA-H110M-S2H. There’s no dedicated gpu.
  12. I don’t understand your question. You want the model of what?
  13. Hi, In my brother’s store, electricity got cut off two or three times. Two PCs with identical hardware won’t turn on, but a third pc with different hardware survived. I’ve used the pin method to check the psu fan and it works. What else should I check and how? Thanks
  14. I buy most of my stuff used these days, and I do mean most: computer equipment, photography equipment, smartphones, etc. Out of dozens of used products that I’ve purchased, I’ve only had one problem so far: a computer psu that failed after 1.5 years or so.
  15. Alrighty, good news! After years of dealing with the crackling sound problem, I'm pretty sure I've found the culprit. I've recently read about something called DCP and a program named LatencyMon, I ran it while the NVIDIA card was disabled and all was fine (audio too), and a few minutes ago I've reinstalled the NVIDIA driver and plugged the HDMI into it, and the audio issue was back (I did use DDU for driver removal). I ran LatencyMon and it told me I have audio latency problems, that are probably caused by the WLAN driver. I disabled the Realtek ethernet driver in Device Manager, restarted and all was fine. Then I re-enabled it and restarted and it's still fine, so far, though I do feel there's a noticeable delay in system sounds as opposed to when the ethernet driver was disabled. Question is, will getting a separate ethernet card fix this? I'm not using wireless (wifi), by the way.
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