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About jnvqc

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    cpu: intel i5-680 overclock 4.1ghz

    /cpu cooler: Deep Cool AMMAXX 300

    /gpu: gtx 460 SE

    /motherbord: ASUS P7P55D-E LX

    /ram: corsair 2x 4gb

    /power suply: corsair TX650

    /case: iCute Ares II

    /mouse: oscar X7

    /hdd: SATA 1TB WD caviar green
    /IDE 160GB WD caviar blue
    /IDE 160GB WD

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  1. jnvqc

    How to make windows use one corner of the screen?

    Not ideal, but it is a start: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yza-fRX6Dc
  2. FRAPS can definitely measure average FPS, click on the FPS tab, then you chose a benchmarking hotkey. Open the game click on the key you chose to start, click again to finish. FRAPS will generate a file with the average FPS among other information. Maybe you are referring to advanced frame pacing tools like the ones used by DigitalFoundry or PcPer, the latter uses nvidia FCAT which is available to download at https://www.geforce.com/hardware/technology/fcat, to properly use it you need a very expensive setup, although you can use shadowplay for less precise results, as it affects gaming performance. tutorials for fraps benchmarking: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=fraps+benchmarking+tutorial
  3. jnvqc

    5400RPM 2.5 drive faster than 7200RPM 3.5 drive?

    example: source: http://www.hdtune.com/ The y axis represents the transfer speed(blue line)/ access time(yellow dots), the x axis the amount of data in the disk. As you can see the transfer speed went from 171 to 85, on a empty drive to a full one. Seeing your screenshots for a second time there're so many variables, just because a drive is 7200 rpm doesn't mean it is fast, for starters the platter density of a 250gb 3.5 hdd is very low and that impacts performance, the drive's age is also important.
  4. jnvqc

    5400RPM 2.5 drive faster than 7200RPM 3.5 drive?

    As drivers fill up their performance decreases abruptly, also there's fragmentation to take in account, if you want the true performance of a drive, format it first, this way is pointless...
  5. jnvqc

    Building a Computer right now, no post

    Are these new parts, or they have been used before?
  6. jnvqc

    Building a Computer right now, no post

    it's this: https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51e06fOWfHL._SL1100_.jpg it beeps the error code, some cases have it, some motherboards come with one, too.
  7. jnvqc

    Building a Computer right now, no post

    Is the beeper plug in, any beeps? Does it turn off and on a cycle? Any lights on the motherboard?
  8. jnvqc

    Building a Computer right now, no post

    So the fan spins?, what CPU is that, if it it is an APU take out the gpu and connect the video connectors directly on the motherboard.
  9. Don't bother, too expensive and complicated. To keep things simple, if you want remote access to a computer use team viewer, if they are in the same network and you want to game use steam in-home streaming. And the HDMI dongle in the video is not a wireless transmitter it's something else entirely, basically a virtual monitor so he didn't have to plug monitors to every video card (as steam in-home streaming requiries).
  10. jnvqc

    Changing Windows 8 Start Menu

    http://www.classicshell.net/
  11. jnvqc

    Sub $200/$300 Monitor

    On that price range would go for an ips tbh.
  12. jnvqc

    Monitors go black when I play games

    Install older ones or even beta drivers, experiment changing resolutions.
  13. jnvqc

    Monitors go black when I play games

    Do you have the latest drivers?
  14. jnvqc

    Sub $200/$300 Monitor

    Do you want image quality or responsiveness?
  15. Something like this?: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.virblue.mystudylife
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