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  1. If nothing else works, I will think about doing that. I don't know if i have the tools or the skills to do that without fear of breaking something.
  2. 1. They are updated. 2. I always select to do a clean install. Does that not get rid of enough? 3. I will try re-seating, but it started randomly without me moving the case at all. 4. Both my CPU and GPU are set to performance mode. 5. Already installed. I tried doing a couple clean installs as well. 6. I have no aftermarket OC software. 7. I am running the latest version according to windows update. 8. I've tried. I didn't notice any differences afterwards. Thanks for your help! I'll try re-seating my card tomorrow night. I didn't think that my CPU was bottle-necking, but I'm no expert.
  3. Nothing else is using my card when I took those measurements. Browsing gets me 20-30% usage with one window.
  4. I haven't tried re-seating my card. That's next when I have time (i.e: tomorrow night). Temperatures stay below 60C even under load.
  5. Hi all, Recently my graphics card hasn't been performing like it used to just two weeks earlier. I am now dropping over 15% of frames on Youtube and Warframe is completely unplayable. I also noticed a drop when changing from am i7 4790k (all other specs the same) but most of that was fixed until recently. My GPU is running at 40-50% on Youtube and my screen will sometimes black out completely. I have tried reinstalling all of the drivers for GPU and AM4 chipset. I honestly don't know what is happening and I just want to be able to use my computer. Any thoughts? Specs: Gigabyte Geforce GTX 970 Windforce AMD Ryzen 5 1600X ASRock AB350 Fatal1ty mini-ITX 8G RAM (I forgot what brand) Corsair SF600 PSU Corsair H75 CPU Cooler Phanteks Evolv Shift Case
  6. I figured it out. I forgot to install the chipset drivers. I'm a noob.
  7. Hi all, I semi-recently built a new computer and started noticing a very high GPU usage percentage and low frames. I messed with it for a while and it fixed that problem (as far as I can tell), but my screen still looks jittery and jumpy even though I am getting 120+ FPS. For me, it's most noticeable in League of Legends, but the same thing happens when I am just on my desktop. Thoughts? My Build: ~AMD Ryzen 1600x ~ASRock AB350 Fatal1ty ITX ~2 x 4GB GeIL SPEAR DDR4 2133Mhz ~GTX 970 Windforce ~Corsair SF600 PSU ~Corsair H75 CPU Cooler ~240GB SSD ~1TB HDD ~Phanteks Evolv Shift Mini-ITX Tower ~K272HUL with HDMI connection (main) ~K272HL with DVI connection (secondary) I upgraded from an i7 4790k but the only parts that traveled to my new PC was the graphics card and the hard drives. I didn't notice any problems before making the switch. Both builds are running Windows 10 64-bit. All of my temperatures are staying around 60-65C under load and utilization stays around 50% for the GPU and around 25% for the CPU while gaming (according to HW Monitor). Let me know if there is any more information that you may need. Thanks for your help!
  8. Size isn't too important. Nothing less than a 15.6 inch screen. As for storage, 500GB is definitely enough and an SSD would be nice, but not necessary. I am certain about a laptop. I have a relatively good desktop and this laptop would be used as a secondary to that. I agree that laptops have disadvantages, but they are portable and that's what I'm looking for right now.
  9. I'm in the market for a new laptop for casual gaming (League of Legends, Civilizations, Skyrim, etc.) but I don't know exactly what I should be looking for in them. I'm looking for laptops from $600-$800 USD. Any suggestions?