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ChrisvC

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About ChrisvC

  • Title
    Newbie
  • Birthday 1991-02-04

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Brussels and Milan
  • Interests
    Cars, Gaming, Watch, Music, Food...
  • Biography
    Hello,
    I'm a young Belgian living in Milan for studies (MSc in Management of Fashion, Luxury & Made in Italy). I've most of my life lived away from Belgium (Italy 11 years, England 4 years) and I therefore enjoy the international scene.
    I love the car industry and I'd love to work for a luxury car manufacturer but also to work for the sports event world.
    I love music and technology as well. My favorite band is Muse and my favorite song is Feeling Good (both Nina Simone & Muse versions).

    I believe to be a friendly person and open minded.

    Take care,

    Chris.
  • Occupation
    Student
  1. Thanks for the link! Unfortunately, following the steps, I get within Device Security "standard hardware security not supported" then "your device does not meet the requirements for standard hardware security".
  2. Hello everyone, First of all, I hope you're doing well and you're taking care of yourselves. Secondly, the problems themselves. Problem1) I have an Oculus Rift S that used to work flawlessly since release day. In August, I stopped using it and stored it in its box. I've decided to reuse it again and after doing all updates, the Oculus Software doesn't find the USB for it. I've changed ports (3.0 and 3.1) but all fail. I've purchased an Inateck PCI-e 4 slots USB 3.0 card to try and fix the problem but didn't work (problem explained below). In Device Manager, I get 1 Oculus Rift S and 1 with an error message (code 43). I've updated my BIOS, uninstalled all drivers and let windows reinstall them, followed all the Oculus Support suggested before they closed the ticket (uninstall oculus software completely, reinstall it, remove all oculus files etc), removed and resealed the port on the headset to finally purchase the Inateck card advised. Problem 2) I bought the Inateck PCI-e 4 slots USB 3.0 card. It is getting power (green light) but it's not being detected by Windows or Motherboard. I've tried different PCI-E slots on my motherboard but got no success. If I could solve problem 2, it could potentially solve problem 1 (I hope). Thanks for your help, If it helps, my rig: MB: Asus Maximus VIII Hero PSU: Corsair RM 750x GPU: Aorus 1080ti
  3. Hello! First things first, congrats on the 3millions+ subscribers and thank you for the giveaway! If I'm one of the lucky 2, I'd chose the Razer Blade Stealth. It will help me take notes at University (bye bye hand-written notes) and I'll finally get to learn photoshop Thanks again and good luck to everyone!!
  4. There we go I chose the parts to upgrade: Motherboard I went for the Asus Maximus VIII Hero Processor I went for the Intel 6700k Ram I went for the Corsair Vengeance 16gb (2x8GB). Talking with the specialised vendor, I'll need to upgrade the PSU when I want to go for an SLI with my 980ti Thank you everybody for your help and advises!
  5. Thanks a lot! I'll look into it and I'll come back here to update about it
  6. Only gaming and some productivity work but nothing more than office etc
  7. It's indeed a green unit. I'll look into what you've suggested! It's only for gaming so no video editing or rendering planned so far. I'll probably go for the 2nd 980ti since I purchased it less than 1 year ago Thanks a lot for the reply!
  8. Why do you think it's the most dangerous thing ever?
  9. Hello community members, I've purchased a Gaming Pc more or less 2 years ago and I still consider myself as a newbie in the Pc world so I'd like to have advises on what to upgrade in my pc config. I'm going to list down below what I've got and then you can advise on what and why I should upgrade one part if you do not mind, I'll appreciate a lot! OS : Windows 10 Pro. MOBO : Asus P9X79 ATX. Processor : Intel Core i7-3820 3,6Ghz (up to 4Ghz). Graphics Card : Asus 6GB D5 GTX980Ti. Mouse : G502 Proteus Spectrum. Keyboard : Razer Blackwidow Chroma. PSU : Corsair CX750 Watt. Cooling : Corsair H80i. Monitor : BenQ GL2460HM Ecran LED 24" (60,90 cm) 1920x1080 Black. Headphones : Audio-Technica ATH-ADG1 Hi-Fi Black. SSD : 2 x Samsung for 456 GB in Raid O. HDD : 1 TO WD Green. External HDD : LaCie Porsche Design 4000 Go 8 Mo USB 3.0. Chassis : Antec Nine Hundred V3 USB 3.0. but I'm going to transfer it to an already purchased Corsair Graphite series 780T full tower. Camera : Logitech HD Pro C920 Webcam Black. My ultimate goal, is to play my games in Ultra (Witcher 3, Skyrim, Doom, Dying Light, CSGO are some games that I own and enjoy playing lately). Thanks a lot for your feedback Edit: changed a mistake I made with the PSU! Wasn't CW750 but CX750 as HKZeroFive mentioned
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