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  1. @Electronics Wizardy I see. It's just odd that it stated it has written almost 7 TB of data whereas I made sure to not "use" the drive as to increase it's life expectancy from the very beginning. What does lifetime writes refer to? Because I believe it means any sectors/where data has been over/written. Thanks.
  2. @Electronics Wizardy I assume this is what you meant (Attached image) As for the SSD model, I believe it's this one. (OEM) https://www.amazon.com/hynix-SC308-128GB-Solid-HFS128G39TND-N210A/dp/B07BGGDT9T @Jarno. I already disabled automatic defragmentation. I used HDSentinel, which is the one I believe to be most commonly used for this sorta stuff Edit: @Sakkura I believe I did that, the pagefile is on my HDD. Which is why this seems far too odd. I believe I did everything I could to prevent it from deteriorating. Do you have any other suggestions?
  3. Hello, I bought a laptop in 2018 April and I sometimes check my SSD health from time to time. It turns out after one year, it's now at 67% with 7TB data written on it (HDSentinel) How is this possible? How do I prevent this? I didn't put anything on my SSD aside from windows 10. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  4. @manikyath I tried 2 times, and the Bios was updated in july (there has been 1 update since then), nothing like you mentioned, but I do use MSI Afterburner 4.40+ rivatuner 7.0.0 As for drivers I have an R9 280X GPU, with 17.7.2 driver installed + 17.30 am4 chipset driver.
  5. Hello When I try installing the update, the system does keep restarting, but after like the third restart, the motherboard CPU debug led lights up (MSI b350 tomahawk), and it doesn't start up. The only way to restore the system to working order is to reset/shut off power and restart manually, which screws up the update and causes it to roll back to 1703. (which is the original version) Specs: R5 1600 MSI B350 Tomahawk F4-3000C16S-8GISB (on the motherboard support list) Nothing's overclocked. Anyone with a similar problem?
  6. Get the cloud 2, it's much better. And I have an M40x. For listening to music the cloud is better, it's actually an audiophile headset. (Takstar pro 80 > Qpad QH 90/Kingston Hyperx Cloud)
  7. Is a 3.5" 5400RPM hdd as quiet as a laptop 2.5" 5400RPM drive? Because I can deal with it taking some space.
  8. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/TrJxpb This is the build I'd use
  9. Mine is horribly loud when it spins up, and I use headphones. Maybe my ears are sensititive to low frequency sounds or something.
  10. Greetings! I have a WD10EZEX 7200RPM 3.5" and it's really loud. I'm wondering if 2x 5400 RPM laptop drives in Raid 0 would be as fast as my 7200RPM 3.5" drive, and be quieter at the same time. If they are, I'm looking for them as cheap as possible. Which one do you recommend? Sorry for bad english
  11. Greetings! I have ~430 euros and I need a Ryzen 5 1600 + B350 motherboard which can overclock well (preferably ATX and red colour), and cheap ram that I can OC to at least 2933MHz. Give me suggestions please, I have no idea which one to pick! (I'm thinking Asrock Pro4 AB350)
  12. My specs:Motherboard: crappy acer mobo(acer ipisb-vr rev 1.01) - h61 chipsetCPU: I3-2100 3.1Ghz (With Hyper 212X non dual fan version)GPU: Gainward GTX 660 Ti 2GBCase: Zalman Z3 Plus with 4 case fans (stock). Bear in mind that the PSU is mounted at the bottom end of the case, so I need a long 24-pin cableRam: Kingston 16GB DDR3 1333MhzStorage: 500GB Western Digital Blue WD5000AAKX 500GB 7200rpmCurrently:PSU: Liteon PS-6451-5 450WThanks very much
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