Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

Joseph Hartness

Member
  • Content Count

    292
  • Joined

  • Last visited


Reputation Activity

  1. Agree
    Joseph Hartness reacted to Timbs in Anyone want some free keys that I don't want?   
    Looks like Linus if he was a skinhead on heroin.
  2. Informative
    Joseph Hartness reacted to Jredmond in GPU MAXED OUT AT 99% UNDER LIGHT LOAD   
    Its all good, (Just want to let you know, that having a GPU at 100 percent is good. Having anything else like the CPU or Ram at 100 percent is bad) If a game is well optimized it will take advantage of the entire GPU. 
  3. Informative
    Joseph Hartness reacted to Jredmond in GPU MAXED OUT AT 99% UNDER LIGHT LOAD   
    It doesn't matter.... Its a demanding open world game. It should be using 100 percent of your GPU.... The only time a game should not be using 100 percent of a GPU is when there is a CPU bottleneck (Im talking about modern games not Minesweeper)
  4. Agree
    Joseph Hartness reacted to SilverMight in GPU MAXED OUT AT 99% UNDER LIGHT LOAD   
    ... But what's the issue? It's utilizing all of your resources properly.
  5. Informative
    Joseph Hartness reacted to bellabichon in GPU MAXED OUT AT 99% UNDER LIGHT LOAD   
    The card might be over-provisioning VRAM to try and get as many FPS as possible
  6. Agree
    Joseph Hartness reacted to Jredmond in GPU MAXED OUT AT 99% UNDER LIGHT LOAD   
    There isnt an issue he just doesn't understand how a computer works Lol
  7. Informative
    Joseph Hartness reacted to Majestic in GPU MAXED OUT AT 99% UNDER LIGHT LOAD   
    What you don't want is 100% CPU usage, as that can create stuttering as it will fail to generate sufficient drawcalls, or inconsistently.
    100% GPU load or maxed out VRAM is no issue.
     
    Honestly, why even bother with checking these stats if you don't really know what they all mean or how they should behave. Just play some games, should trouble arise post the data here and people will judge them for you.
  8. Informative
    Joseph Hartness reacted to Thermosman in GPU MAXED OUT AT 99% UNDER LIGHT LOAD   
    pretty sure watch dogs is very badly optimized, that may be the cause
  9. Informative
    Joseph Hartness got a reaction from ABehery in 1070? Maybe 1060?   
    Get the gtx 1070. Most notably the evga one. It helps in video editing and graphic design, which is what I do also.

  10. Like
    Joseph Hartness reacted to Nena Trinity in What was your first cpu?   
    Laptop was TK-55 and the GPU was a GT 7200M I think...
     
    Desktop FX-8370 & GTX 970!
     
    First ever was the family PC which I think had a Pentium II or 4? O3O
  11. Like
    Joseph Hartness reacted to Filthyscum in What was your first cpu?   
    80286, in this;

  12. Like
    Joseph Hartness reacted to kagarium in What was your first cpu?   
    AMD Athlon
     
    No not the Athlon XP or 64
     
    The first one
     
    The one that used slot A and looked like this:

    In fact this was the same motherboard we had too. Can't for the life of my remember what GPU was in there. All I know is it was top of the line for 1999
  13. Like
    Joseph Hartness got a reaction from #Banana in discord/blue yeti help   
    They need to change their bit rate. Or they can go to the troubleshoot in update and security. Also make sure that their gain on the mic is turned down.

  14. Like
    Joseph Hartness reacted to DarkHunter970 in What was your first cpu?   
    Mine was a Pentium 4 HT @ 3Ghz and a Geforce 6600GT
  15. Like
    Joseph Hartness reacted to Damascus in What was your first cpu?   
    First would be 6700hq + 960m I guess, the REALLY first was a 6700k + gtx 1060 though.
  16. Like
    Joseph Hartness got a reaction from Dominik W. in ThreadREAPER - New Build   
    What are the specs? I love the aesthetic red to the build
  17. Agree
    Joseph Hartness got a reaction from W00SH in What was your first cpu?   
    Wow, this is back in the early 90's. I loved the vintage tan color everything had. My nostalgia is commended.
  18. Like
    Joseph Hartness reacted to Ryujin2003 in What was your first cpu?   
    My first system was a Tandy and whatever GPU and CPU that thing had from the factory. Fast forward a few years ( like 15), my first CPU of my first PC build was an AMD Phenom x6 1055t, with inboard graphics, then upgraded to R9 380 after a few years.
     
    Since I was stuck on integrated for such a long time...


  19. Funny
    Joseph Hartness reacted to Den-Fi in What was your first cpu?   
    Heck yeah! Still play it to this day.
    Mainly because I suck at every other game.
    Except GTA killing sprees.
  20. Like
    Joseph Hartness got a reaction from Ryujin2003 in What was your first cpu?   
    Did you like pinball like I did?

  21. Agree
    Joseph Hartness reacted to Den-Fi in What was your first cpu?   
    First CPU in a custom build was a 1GHz Duron.
    First GPU that I remember purchasing was a Radeon 9250.
     
    Fist memory of games was the Windows 95 Plus pack...lol
  22. Agree
    Joseph Hartness reacted to dcgreen2k in What was your first cpu?   
    Oh yeah. Before I upgraded my graphics card, I saw my 7300 LE idle at 65C, and shoot up to 80C before throttling soon after. Once I gained more knowledge of computers, I took the heatsink off; The thermal paste was completely dried up, and there was a physical, very obvious gap where the gpu wasn't even in contact with the heat sink!
  23. Agree
    Joseph Hartness reacted to W00SH in What was your first cpu?   
    Intel 486DX2 was my first. I played a lot of chips challenge, and that was about it. Lol.
  24. Agree
    Joseph Hartness reacted to dcgreen2k in What was your first cpu?   
    Well, if you count something like 640x480 and lowest settings playable, sure!
  25. Agree
    Joseph Hartness reacted to aisle9 in What was your first cpu?   
    65C02 CPU rocking out at 1.023MHz with a wild 128KB of RAM. Man, they don't build 'em like they used to.
×