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Everything posted by xGGAx

  1. hi and welcome to the forum. A GT1030 would be more than enough. But I would get a GTX1050 (non ti) just to be sure.
  2. I say dont do it, unless you need the extra cores for productivity.
  3. isnt this what you need? https://www.amazon.com/NGFF-Flexible-Extender-Cable-Adapter/dp/B01C9WWLLC
  4. Try the fix in this thread: http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/4544-73-bsod-dpc_watchdog_violation related: https://www.drivereasy.com/knowledge/dpc-watchdog-violation-on-windows-10-fixed/ if that doesn't work try booting up with a portable linux OS. Make a bootable usb with debian or ubuntu live and see if it works( try each 970 separately). If the problem persists then i think your motherboard is dying.
  5. That seems about right? SSHDs have a small amount of flash storage that learns your most accessed files(usually OS files) and places them in that area for faster access. All the other files stay in the platters. Every time you run a benchmark, it measures the transfer speed of the mechanical disks. In other words, if you really want fast access for everything, get a real SSD.
  6. Hi and welcome to the forum. That hub you listed is compatible. It does not have the new type-c header so it uses the old 3.0 header, (not a big deal though, you still get 5 Gbps). About the usb headers and pci lanes: if you exceed the amount of ports supported, some devices might stop working. Also, you can short your mobo if there is a bent pin in the connector for example. same as # 1. each usb 3.0/2.0 header supports 2x ports at full speed. if you exceed the number of devices per port, some ports might slow down or stop working altogether. Yes and no, unless you are running an SSD on each port, you wont saturate all the bandwith. On a side note, I have never saturated all the usb ports/pci lanes in a system. An average user uses like 4-5 usb devices at most at any given time (not counting mouse and keyboard). So I think you should be fine. I am using the NZXT Aperture M, and the first thing I did was to connect a bunch of things like a 3.0 hard drive, flash drive, sd card, memory stick. All worked just fine at full speed.
  7. It's a nice case considering its age. You could remove the firewire port and then use the cable I suggested earlier. Put some hot glue in the back and you are good to go.
  8. Interesting, I couldnt find any with type c, only micro usb. But I found this one in another site: http://www.usbgear.com/CG-7PU313C-PS.html or you could get a regular hub and get an adapter.
  9. It seems like the NZXT Manta might be able to fit your gpu. Check this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unkot0e2uRw
  10. Lian-li sells the cable, I guess you could mod the case to make it work http://www.lian-li.com/en/dt_portfolio/pw-ic01nh45/ Edit: Yes you can https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?90648-USB-3-1-header-on-Z270-Motherboards-What-cable-do-you-get-for-this&p=648005&viewfull=1#post648005
  11. Quote me next time pls. I couldn't open the MTA file, but your event log shows quite a few errors related to connectivity. Some are just generic "no connectivity" errors while others show pci errors and DNS errors. I would try flushing your DNS cache and changing your DNS server (in your router/modem) to google's https://www.technipages.com/flush-and-reset-the-dns-resolver-cache-using-ipconfig
  12. we need more info such as your pc event viewer log and your router's log. I assume you have scanned for viruses and malware?
  13. not sure about the inwin but the lian-li is Gen-2 ( 10gbps) because it does have the new header. You can see the cable in this picture: https://goo.gl/photos/xwfkdzgd4q9T7Kep6
  14. there are a couple of cases I think, the inwin 805 infinity and the lian-li PC-O11WGX
  15. Take a look at the spec cases from corsair. They may not be the best but at least they fit your criteria. Another option could be the Cooler Master CM 690 III White.
  16. the 1060 is a great card and will run some games at 1440p ultra 60+ fps. I say keep the 1060 until the next gen comes out.
  17. I guess you could try to rma the card. If you got it on newegg or amazon they will honor the warranty. Other sellers might not do it, they consider overclocking as user modification. Contact asus and tell them the card is barely stable at stock.
  18. set everything but the power limit to stock. Something like 110% will do and run some benchmarks. A few cards have issues with gpu boost for some reason.
  19. I had it happen with an unstable overclock. Either raise the power limit or downclock your card a little bit. Also in nvidia panel, change power management to adaptive or performance.
  20. Did you have a previous configuration in your AP? You might need to manually configure your AP. Depending on your device, some AP have a default IP so you can access the configuration portal. If your AP has dhcp enabled by default, you have to make sure it is getting a valid IP. TLDR: read the user manual for the AP, make sure DHCP is enabled and try again.
  21. you have to do it with the wifi connected but the ethernet cable disconnected(otherwise it will share the ethernet to your wifi). Your new bridge should show the same name as your SSID. If it says something like "limited connectivity" or "ip conflict" , right click and select "fix issues"
  22. select both wifi and ethernet adapters > right click > bridge connections Connect your AP to the ethernet port and you are done.
  23. xGGAx

    IP Flooding?

    Well discussing about circumventing your network security at school is against the forum rules, but I will tell you this: it is not IP flooding. Some switches can limit the amount of connected users, so unless you have access to network administration, you are SOL.