AMDGrill

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About AMDGrill

System

  • CPU
    Intel® Kaby Lake Core™ i7-7700HQ
  • Motherboard
    Intel® HM175
  • RAM
    16GB DDR4 2400MHz
  • GPU
    nVIDIA® GeForce® GTX1050
  • Case
    Laptop
  • Storage
    1TB WD Blue + 256GB Samsung SSD
  • PSU
    Laptop
  • Display(s)
    17.3" Laptop Display
  • Cooling
    Laptop cooling
  • Keyboard
    White Backlit keyboard
  • Mouse
    Wireless Gaming Mouse
  • Sound
    Logitech LS21 2.1 Stereo
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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    Male
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    World
  • Interests
    Motorcycles, Gaming
  • Biography
    I once played a game for 3412 hours in 11 months
  • Occupation
    Linguist

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  1. Try turning MSAA and FXAA off, also try disabling Reflection MSAA, disable / turn off any settings in Advanced Graphics tab. Might be a new update for your graphics driver which may have changed the settings for your game (Something like GeForce Experience Optimized Settings maybe, does AMD has that? I don't know.)
  2. I do not wish to recover any data from them, I'm just curious if the current unreadable state of these cards are caused by a filesystem error that can be fixed so that I can use them again. Is it possible?
  3. Orion: Prelude is tolerable if you'ld enjoy shooting at dinos and have a few friends who will play it with you.
  4. They were fairly new aswell, If I recall corrently about 3 and a half months old. I'm no expert, but are they suppoused to die so soon?
  5. As title says, two of my Kodak memory cards died a day apart from each other while still being used on their respective devices. Both are 16gb units bought from the same place, 2 of 4 cards. The other 2, one being a 32g in my Drift HD 1080 and the other one, 64g in my camera, are still working fine. These two however, died a day apart from each other and currently no device or PC can recognize them. When I plug it into my Asus K55, the PC stops responding, when I plug it to my higher end notebook, it shows nothing in Disk Manager. Is there a way to revive these two, or how to avoid further occurances as such? All assist and opinions are appreciated.
  6. Considering the major inconviences I've had with this particular brand and all the frustration sending this to the warranty 3 times in the past, and paying for parts that they claim to fix the 'problems' I was having with the device, I was expecting them to match the A-Data stick for another A-Data one. You could say I am priveliged at this point because of all the things they have put me through. You'ld understand if you knew the full story. I don't want them to necesasrily match the A-Data one, whichever that performs better, I'll ask for a matching one. And no, they don't have to search the internet for a matching stick. Is that how distributors work over there? I'm pretty sure they have dozens of sticks lying around as both the A-Data and GSkill option is still listed in the devices on their website.
  7. Correct, GSkill was the added one. I'll not pay for a new stick, I'll call them to get them send me a matching stick of the better performing one, switch out the other one and send it back to them, at this point they are basically obliged because of my previous issues with this device-- just recently got it back from the service, which was the 3rd time in less than two months ( They couldn't solve my issue, had to send it over and over again )
  8. Here's the CPU. The rest of the system houses a GTX1050, a 5400RPM 1TB Seagate128m HDD, a 256gb Samsung SSD with 500-something R&W values Do help me choose. Edit: Fixed typo
  9. So I bought this laptop a while back. Recently I sent it back to the service to get it some extra parts. an SSD and a new 8gig of RAM. Got it back just recently, was checking things in CPU-Z and suddenly I've noticed this: the memory that got added: I have not observed any performance issues, altough I do feel bothered by this, and given the previous issues I had with the PC I'll demand a replacement for the BETTER PERFORMING Ram module. My question to you is; 1) Will this cause an issue? 2) Which module is the better one that I should ask a second one of? (I'm assuming the GSkill one)
  10. That was really helpful of you.
  11. Also, nuking my HDD without any backup doesn't seem like a great idea..
  12. Being in college I don't have access to my desktop nor any of my tools,are there any alternatives? And since when Windows is so fragile? .. Using Windows 8 on my desktop and the amount of force shutdowns and crashes that OS can handle is mesmerizing. Is this something Windows 10 does a lot?
  13. As title said, laptop went unresponsive during gaming, waited a good 10 minutes. Turned it off, now the Windows won't boot and when I try to boot from my USB that has a clean Windows 10 to repair, I just load into a black screen after Windows logo. HELP
  14. Type C is the smaller connector right? What type of devices has this connector generally?