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About steVENOM

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  • CPU
    Core i7-8700K 6 Cores, 12 Threads @5.00GHZ Coffee Lake (2017)
  • Motherboard
    Asus PRIME Z370-A
  • RAM
    Aegis DDR4 2400 C15 2x8GB
  • GPU
    GTX 1080-Ti Founders Edition
  • Case
    Corsair Crystal 460x
  • Storage
    WD Black Passport 4TB
  • PSU
  • Display(s)
    Dell s2417dg (1440p OC @ 165hz)
  • Cooling
    Hyper 212 evo
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 Mk II
  • Mouse
    Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB Gaming Mouse - Black
  • Sound
    Bose QC 35 II - Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home

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  1. This is a bump of another user's post that I am also encountering. On my University laptop, I don't expect to play any impressive games, but when trying to open the Minecraft Java Launcher or even something as lightweight as Spotify, I end up having the window show either a white screen, or a black border that outline's the window's parameters with nothing filled in. In the example of the Minecraft launcher, I am able to move my cursor around and click start, because I know where that button is, but when I start it, it just crashes. I found somewhere along the pipeline that disabling my AMD graphics device would allow me to see the windows, which ended up working, but this poses new problems. Again in the case of Minecraft Java, I can then see the launcher, and click play, but then upon launching, it crashes and states that my driver does not support OpenGL. I ran a full scan and repair of all drivers using DriverEasy Pro. And I'm still in the same spot that I was from the beginning. I of course also ran DDU to give that a try and of course came out no luckier than before. If anyone else has any other things in mind that might be able to fix this, I would really appreciate any feedback.
  2. Under load, the highest I get is 60, my dorm is almost always freezing but they just turned the heat on so I may need to upgrade my cooler this winter they're both 16, yes Fair grade, I got it for $300 and a 1070 as a trade for that card though so the relatively poor cooling compared to aftermarket cards like Zotac which would've been ideal is still worth it IMO Definitely battle ready
  3. No I didn't, I'm pretty sure they both perform the same, I get over 100 frames in my games at ultra so I don't think it's a problem, but if you think I should switch to the top slot I can certainly try it.
  4. Specs are in my signature, Give me a letter grade
  5. Ooohhh that makes sense! Thank you so much guys! My instructor only taught us Number(“Enter string here”) which I didnt think would work in this situation, please let me know if that would work as well and at all possible how to use number concatination
  6. I know im making a rookie mistake but, everyone has to start somewhere, and I’ve learned how to avoid this issue before but I just cant seem to rememeber how to fix it. Essentially my code in JavaScript is supposed to take input of 2 numbers and then add them together, but it takes the numbers and just lists them together. Again I know this is a common beginner mistake and I’ve done it right before but I cant remember what I’m doing wrong here. I know the variables arent being taken as strings so I’m a bit confused. What do I need to change to make my code take the 2 variables and add them together to display the output as a sum rather than a string of the 2 numbers? The inputs I used in this example of course are storage1 being 10 and storage2 being 10 as well.
  7. Hi! I'm in need of some help with my JavaScript work for programming. I need to make a program that adds 2 parameters together as a function and returns them. The problem I'm having is that its a function and I'm still learning how to properly execute functions. Here is the question being asked by my instructor followed by my current progress. Question: *in the image* My answer: //add function - adds two numbers together var add = function( operand1, operand2) { var sum = (operand1 + operand2); return sum; } //Now add two test cases that will call the add function with different parameters. add(10,10);
  8. My cpu usage under load hits 40 MAX, it’s usially around 30
  9. I’m running a 1080ti and an 8700k and trying to run far cry 5 in 4K on ultra, and I’ve seen plenty of benchmarks with this same configuration getting 55-60 FPS, anyone able to help me out here? heres the benchmark I am comparing primarily for reference:
  10. http://www.microcenter.com/product/468411/s2417dg-238-wqhd-165hz-hdmi-dp-g-sync-gaming-led-monitor By far my favorite monitor in this range. Its my current primary and it runs great.
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  12. Alright, I'll keep this PSU kicking for a while longer yet, but I'll consider an upgrade sooner rather than later. Thx!