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Spakes

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About Spakes

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1999-02-24

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Russia

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i5-2500
  • Motherboard
    Asus P8H67
  • RAM
    Kingston 1333 MHz 2*4 GB
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Radeon HD 6870 (940/1200)
  • Case
    PowerExpert PX-NA-710B
  • Storage
    WD Green 2 TB
  • PSU
    Chieftec 500 W
  • Display(s)
    BENQ GW2460
  • Cooling
    Zalman CNPS10X Performa
  • Keyboard
    MICROSOFT Comfort Curve Keyboard 3000 Black
  • Mouse
    A4Tech X-710BH
  • Sound
    integrated
  • Operating System
    Win 7 x64 SP1

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  1. 1440p is worth those additional 96 Hz in this case, imo... Not many games can even pass 120 fps mark, not to mention 200...
  2. If your router supports dual WAN (from factory or with OpenWRT), you can try and say it that some IP addresses should come via WAN port #1, others - via #2.
  3. If "Headset" doesn't work, than adapter is fucked, assuming that everything else works. Try it on your phone. If that works, then it's an issue on laptop side. Go and buy external USB sound card for ten bucks or whatever...
  4. Or look for some sites like miniclip with checkers. There are some specific sites like PlayOK and cardgames.io that you can give a shot.
  5. I actually did WO, O, WBl, G, WG, Bl, WBr, Br in this order on both ends. It still works.
  6. Spakes

    Need help for space.

    The "Hidden" option says it all, though...
  7. Try using 3rd-party firewall like SimplyWall or TinyWall and try to check what connections are there using your internet speed. If there is nothing except Chrome with only SpeedTest opened, I'd say try updating your router or install a custom FW like OpenWRT, OC it (yes, you can overclock routers under certain conditions). Also a good thing to do is to update your NIC drivers and try TCPOptimizer for some more of this little improvement.
  8. In RivaTuner settings, IIRC...
  9. Either problem lies within AC adapter or (more likely) AC jack inside a laptop, which might have loosen contacts. At least it sounds like it.
  10. If SSD works in other machines, the problem lies within BIOS settings. What helped me, personally, is turning off RAID mode and switching it to usual UEFI. That was the problem.when I tried to create DualBoot on my laptop with NVMe SSD. If SSD isn't going to work in another PC, try more PCs. If to no avail, prepare to RMA that bitch.
  11. Only modified BIOS can help you in this situation. You can't do anything in stock BIOS because this option is locked.
  12. NVM... Color still doesn't matter... What matters, though, is having pairs with same colors connected to specific pairs of contacts (aka 1-2, 3-6, 4-5, and 7-8). I did 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8... Don't know why doesn't anyone write about this bullshit of a mismatch, but it seems like it has something to do with interference between pairs of wires and such... Oh, and having same color order on the other end for straight-through cable... For cross-over cable there's another way on second end (1st wire swaps places with 3rd, 2nd - with 6th, 4th - with 7th, and 5th - with 8th)...
  13. I get what you mean, but both devices support gigabit (and have both orange and green indicators). And it's not a driver issue for sure. Same cable was tested with different PC and Router combo (both Gigabit, too), and with my cable there was no Gigabit, which could be fine if there wasn't a cable that connected to same router and PC will allow for gigabit speeds... So it's definitely a cable. Wait, are you saying that color order IS IMPORTANT? I thought that only having the same order of wire colors on both ends is important for straight-through cable...
  14. As a matter of fact, I did, AND ALL 8 WIRES IN ALL CABLES (except one with 2 pairs) ARE INTACT (tested with special RJ-45 tester)... I said so in my first post...
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