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About R3ep3r

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  • Birthday 1997-02-24

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  • CPU
    Intel I5-8600k
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z370 HD3P
  • RAM
    8GB DDR4 Crucial (1x8gb) 2133mhz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX1050ti OC Windforce 4GB
  • Case
    nJoy Ice Cage w/ Tempered Glass
  • Storage
    WD Black 500GB/Seagate Barracuda 2TB/240GB Sandisk SSD
  • PSU
    Corsair VS550
  • Display(s)
    Dell 27" P2717H FHD/LG 49UJ620V UHD
  • Cooling
    CoolerMaster Hyper 212X
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum RGB
  • Mouse
    Genius Deathtaker GX(to be upgraded)
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. What the hell.. just googled it.. Dude.. just why?
  2. Do you know how to find out the IP Address used by your laptop? If yes proceed to the next step: do you have an android device or another pc you can use?
  3. Buddy, your CPU is the source of the problem. The GPU is bottlenecked by the CPU itself. An upgrade to a newer platform such as Ryzen first or second gen or Intel 8th/9th gen. Also for that you'll need DDR4 ram.
  4. Uhm.. what? So you plugged your power cord to the back of the PSU, plugged it into the wall socket and then have you tried turning the PSU safety switch ON? Before turning on the PC?
  5. Is your build able to output all those 240hz? PS: Both are great but I would pick the Predator just because of the looks.
  6. Then try taking it out again and place it into another slot.
  7. I guess the game is 'just cause3' as he mentioned "I think this only happens with me when I play full screen as it never happened to me when playing justcause3 in windowed mode." Anyways, it depends on what graphical settings are you playing this game. As I've seen Ryzen 3 1200 performs almost similar to the CPU mentioned at the minimum required specs for justcause3 (i5-2500k). In other words the CPU might bottleneck the GPU and because of that you are getting the freezes only on full screen.
  8. "24" 4k iz da best" (joking) Well.. I've seen many monitors and I can say that for best visuals 1080p goes for 24", 27 - 30 - 1440p and what's over 30" should go for 4k in my opinion. At this moment I'm using a 1080p 27" monitor and it's pretty big(you can actually see the pixels way easier than on 24") in comparison with a 1080p 24".
  9. If you are mostly gaming and you'd like to futureproof your PC then an i7-7700k will do the trick for you for at least 2-3 years. If you want to go further, I'd suggest you going for the 8th/9th gen of Intel. Also you can go for the ryzen, a higher tier like 2600+ if you are not bothered by the fact that it'll have less FPS than the i7 ONLY in games. Both options are great tho'.
  10. Somehow, your total physical memory represents the amount of memory you have in your PC. Indeed you have 4 sticks installed as they are recognized in that program that you use. I'd recommend you try using Aida64 and check what you get there when it comes to memory. If only one program recognizes the 4 sticks and the rest(3-4-5-6 programs) do not, then I suppose it's hardware related. Are all the sticks similar to each other? I believe there is some CL or timing related issue between all those sticks.
  11. Due to the fact that you already have a constantly running PC and you do not have any problems with that one(excepting the FPS thing) you can upgrade to a newer PC step by step. If you can afford you can simply go get a better GPU(as you said the 1080 or 1080ti) and use it with your actual PC since that CPU can still hold up pretty good with the games nowadays. Same thing as I did. First I bought a GPU then the PSU because I needed extra power for the one that I actually have, then bought the CPU/MOBO etc. In like 4-5 months I had a new PC with all those components I needed in the first place.
  12. How about giving a little bit more details about the motherboard you're planning to upgrade?
  13. I'd totally prefer to read the arguments for "not buying" that laptop instead of watching the video
  14. Clearly that E5-2650 v2 will be better due to the fact that it has 8 cores/16 threads and 20mb cache instead of 4 cores/8threads and only 10mb cache. In my opinion S1 is better than the S2 and it's worth the extra money not only for the CPU but also for the SSD that comes with the system and the 32gigs of DDR3 memory.
  15. What will you do with that PC? Gaming/editing?