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henkka_scorpio

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About henkka_scorpio

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1980-05-19

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    HUMILIATOR (#2322)
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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Finland
  • Interests
    PC

System

  • CPU
    i5-4690k @ 4.4Ghz
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Z97 PRO-GAMER
  • RAM
    8GB Corsair DDR3 1600mhz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 1070 G1 Gaming 8G
  • Case
    Phanteks Enthoo Pro, NZXT Hue+
  • Storage
    1TB HDD + 120GB Boot SSD
  • PSU
    500W Silverstone Strider Essential 230
  • Display(s)
    1x AOC 4K monitor, 1080p Samsung S24D300
  • Cooling
    Hyper 212 Evo, 3x NZXT Aer RGB fans
  • Keyboard
    Blackwidow chroma
  • Mouse
    Naga epic chroma
  • Sound
    Logitech Z906 (5.1), Kraken 7.1 Chroma
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. No, its not. I'm on my PC at the moment, I have another SSD for boot drive.
  2. it's not under warranty anymore, its a few years old. Yeah I reckoned so as well. If it's not dead yet then I could plug it back in and try to see if theres anything to back up from it, and if its already dead then I don't think I can do it any more harm. Can I plug it back in while the PC is on, will windows recognize it or do I have to shut down first then plug it in and then start the system?
  3. no unfortunately I don't. But there wasn't exactly anything highly important on the disk that I can recall, it was mostly games. It might've had some old photos in it, im not totally sure.
  4. I just heard some pretty nasty sounding clicking sounds from my PC, opened it up and identified it as being one of my hard drives, a 1tb sandisk SSHD to be exact. I shut the PC off and unplugged it. Any suggestions on what I should do and whether or not the hard drive is completely broken? havent heard previous clicking noises from it. I probably shouldn't plug it back into my PC and see if its recognized?
  5. Then something like the Philips Fidelio X2 might be a good pair to look into or if you want wireless then Bose QuietComfort 35 II are good too
  6. Koss Portapros are a good cheap option, though they are on ear not over ear.
  7. Sure! Ill add you later today on origin, im at school RN.
  8. I am having a problem where my oculus sensors are working perfectly, but if I plug my t500RS wheel into the front IO of my case one of my sensors starts disconnecting and reconnecting constantly. But my sensor is plugged in to the back of the motherboard. Could this be caused by the USB controller or board cant handle so much throughput at the same time? I remember this happening once before and then a restart fixed it, but trying to troubleshoot whats causing it so I havent done that yet. Also sometimes when I have been using my PC for a few hour and then decide to play VR I only see black in the HMD, or the headset starts disconnecting and reconnecting. also fixed by restart but its a bit annoying. Anyone experienced the same issues? Ive unchecked the box to allow the sensors to go to sleep, Ive tried different USB ports, uninstalling and reinstalling drivers..
  9. ultrawides are better imo for productivity and browsing although I prefer my 4k monitor for gaming. For browsing etc a 2560x1080p will probably be enough, but you might want to go for one with a decent VA or IPS panel with atleast ok color reproduction. shouldnt be hard to find a 1080p UW for less than 300e I dont recommend 4K just because windows scaling still isnt great
  10. https://www.lifewire.com/troubleshoot-subwoofer-hum-3135140 you can try these steps
  11. I assume the OP meant the GTX 1060 version of the model.. which is 899£
  12. For gaming, the MSI. It has a faster processor. It also more connections and it has a usb C. It also has an RGB keyboard which obviously makes the laptop much faster. (just remember to set the keyboard illumination to blue to make the laptop cooler )
  13. Are the current fans on the radiator 3 or 4 pin fans? Where do you have them plugged in? if you have them plugged into the motherboard or a fan controller that has 4 pin PWM then go for 4 pin fans. 4 pin > 3 pin since 4 pin has its own fourth channel for speed control. They tend to be a bit less quiet because of speed fluctuations or something. I recommend getting a 4 pin unless you only have 3 pin connections on your motherboard, or you have a 3 pin fan controller you want to keep using.
  14. it only uses about 75W. http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1050-ti,4787-6.html I think you might be confusing it with the recommended minimum PSU wattage. NMS is correct.
  15. Windows 10 should run faster on either one. You can always buy an SSD later and make it your boot drive though I highly recommend getting an SSD straight, the difference it makes in not just bootup speed but overall fluidity is like night and day.
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