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VE5LPL

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About VE5LPL

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    Male
  • Location
    Middle O' No where, Canada
  • Interests
    Ham Radio
    Enterprise Computing
    Linux
  • Occupation
    Student

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  • CPU
    Intel® Core™ i5-7200U CPU @ 2.50GHz
  • Motherboard
    HP Pavilion x360
  • RAM
    8GB DDR4
  • GPU
    Intel® Kabylake GT2
  • Case
    HP Pavilion x360
  • Storage
    Samsung M.2 NVMe 128Gb SSD
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    HP Pavilion x360
  • Display(s)
    HP Pavilion x360 (1920x1080)
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    HP Pavilion x360
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    HP Pavilion x360
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    HP Pavilion x360
  • Sound
    Senheiser PC 320
  • Operating System
    Dual Boot (Ubuntu/WIndows 10), Mainly Ubuntu

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  1. Nope, sometimes like a main shade of what was on my screen (i.e my background being mainly a deep blue hence then the screen being dark blue) but otherwise completely locked out. After about 5 minutes it reboots.
  2. Tried resetting BIOS to defaults to no avail, tried installing the latest BIOS version to no avail.
  3. Not occuring during safe mode, let me try those and get back to you.
  4. As the title says my screen goes black after I log into my PC. This started happening after I swapped my i3-8350K out for a i7-8700K. I've got a ASUS Strix Z370-H, 16 GB of random name memory and a ASUS Strix 1070 OC Edition Graphics card. This seems like a graphics card issue so I put this topic here. I was able to boot and login normally after the swap, took some control samples of my CPU, disabled MSI Afterburner launch on start as it and discord popping up ticked me off as I just wanted to do some OC-ing, I clocked my 8700k upto 4.0GHZ at 1.225v and reset to then see this issue occur. I've tried reinstalling graphics drivers (with the help of DDU), setting my CPU OC settings back to auto, and re-enable start at boot for those programs to no avail. Can someone help me?
  5. I'm at work about 30min drive away so...wait till like 6:00CST...
  6. but this slow... (slowest thing on our network may be a iPhone CE)
  7. However this my client is a Q4 2016 Device so legacy shouldn't be an issue
  8. Ok...but why is it still stuuuuupidly slow?
  9. Well I am not at home right now...But I am using a (guessing by memory) a Netgear or like D-Link AC Router. I have it setup to do a 2.4GHz 802.11n network and a 5.8GHz 802.11ac network, on the 2.4GHz network I got the speeds in the screen cap from the first post. I get (if I remember correctly) about 3 MB/s. During that test I was about 15ft (max) away with a wood sub floor and laminate flooring between me and it.
  10. It is a Gigabit nic on the AP. so why am I getting like 802.11b speeds on a 802.11n network? and the ac network is faster so that would then again cancel out the AP nic as a cause.
  11. Note: My Internet Speed is less than 1.6MB/s anyway...So it is "Normal" for where I live
  12. Nah, The NIC can handle faster speeds as I tested with a 802.11AC network in the laptop and the server is running a Intel Server grade nic...and I doubt that it is the problem otherwise I would not be able to send this reply.
  13. No, it is send just zeros over generated by the CPU (if you know about linux [/dev/zero]) and the other computer is just dumping it [/dev/null] I think you got your units mixed up. Network speeds are usualy told by using megabits (Mb) and not megabytes (MB), also a MiB is 1024 bytes and a MB is 1000 bytes, so 12,8MiB/s is not 1,6MB/s: convertion, although many uses just MB for MiB... And you can't get the full 100mbps (12.5MB/s) anyways. but to maximize your upload speed: Disconnect any other device than the on you want to upload from, and stop any programs on that device that may use any network at all. Nah, I was getting 1.6 Megabytes (per second) and 100 Megabits (per second) is the theoretical max so 100 Megabits(per second) is 12.5 Megabytes(per second) and 1.6 Megabytes (per second) divided by 12.5 Megabytes (per second) is 0.128 or 12.8% of what I should be getting. NOTE: ALL UNIT CONVERSIONS FOR THIS REPLY WERE SUPPLIED BY GOOGLE. *but maybe not the quotes...
  14. But still I am getting Wireless B speeds on a Wireless N network...
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