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iBoolGuy

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    iBoolGuy got a reaction from LukeMichael27 in White light on the bottom left of the laptop even after shut down.   
    wait, so is it the screen itself, like the display flickering? or is there an external LED somehow on the side of the bezels of the display? I'm confused... 
    if it's the former, you may just have a faulty screen that's having a rough time. if it's an external LED, then really you don't have a problem..

    also, check the magnets on the left and right sides of the palm rests of the laptop, left and right of the trackpad. there should be magnets in the chassis of the laptop, get any magnet, and play around with it on either side of the rest pads, the display should completely turn off, *IF* you have the settings in windows to turn the display of when you close the lid of the laptop..
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    iBoolGuy got a reaction from Zando Bob in Stock Vega 64 keeps crashing during games on default settings.   
    Yeah.. after I looked into BIOS updates, seems like it's something you wouldn't normally do as in Motherboard BIOS flashing, only in critical cases as you mentioned, where there's a major shitshow that you gotta fix or smthn.
    Apart from that, yes, I just started the PC, started room temps, dead cool, low 20C, and the fan profile is active and adjusted, the fans kick at 35% on 40C, and here, I'm typing this, and the temps are still climbing, it's 56C now.
     
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    iBoolGuy got a reaction from Mr. Question Asker in What is the new RealTemp app?   
    Ay thank you good sir! you're awesome!
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    iBoolGuy reacted to Mr. Question Asker in What is the new RealTemp app?   
    First -
    See the supported CPUs here - https://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/supportlist.html (Yours is supported, so you should not face issues)
     
    Second -
    The software I use to display internet speed is NetSpeedMonitor
    Download Link - https://www.softpedia.com/get/Network-Tools/Bandwidth-Tools/NetSpeedMonitor.shtml
     
    (You will have to run the program in Windows 7 compatibility mode, it will work fine and setup rest of the things)
     
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    iBoolGuy reacted to Mr. Question Asker in What is the new RealTemp app?   
    I use core temp, using that you can display your CPU tempratures to the Windows Taskbar.
    (You will need to drag it from the system tray, that little arrow)
     
    I have attached a snap!

     
    And this is the download link of that software - https://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/
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    iBoolGuy got a reaction from Mr. Question Asker in What is the new RealTemp app?   
    Ah perfect, two questions.. actually 3.
    How many cores does this app support?
    Does it support AMD Ryzen CPUs? (I doubt it..)

    And I need that down/up (supposedly network speeds), those are a fkn life saver!
     
     
    Thanks for the tips brother!
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    iBoolGuy got a reaction from mikat in Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned   
    I'm so down to this  @iBoolGuy

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    iBoolGuy got a reaction from 0ld_Chicken in Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned   
    I'm so down to this  @iBoolGuy

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    iBoolGuy got a reaction from CurryCalgs in Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned   
    I'm so down to this  @iBoolGuy

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