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Dongwook23

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About Dongwook23

  • Title
    Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Korea, Republic of
  • Interests
    Gaming!
  • Biography
    Thingy
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 3 2200G
  • Motherboard
    AsRock B450M Pro4
  • RAM
    4×2GB 3200Mhz DDR4
  • GPU
    Geforce GTX 1050 Ti
  • Case
    Unknown
  • Storage
    1TB H.D.D. with Samsung 750 EVO 120GB
  • PSU
    450W
  • Display(s)
    Old as me; all you need to know
  • Cooling
    Classic Air Cooling
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home

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  1. Dongwook23

    How to do gamestreaming without monitor SOLVED!

    Forgot to mention, if you wanna add any devices with the code, you have to use teamviewer to do that. Both programs bug out if you do it with RDP(while in theory it would be fine, I advise you to use teamviewer).
  2. Guys, I have found a way to use NVIDIA Gamestreaming and Steam in-home streaming WITHOUT A MONITOR! I even recreated the thing when I needed to reset my PC because of Driver issues! Anyways, I have no idea HOW this works, but I know how to do this. Unfortunately I only got to test Nvidia gamestream and Steam in-home streaming but I hope people will try other gamestreaming solutions. Anyways! To the how to! 1. If you intend to do Nvidia gamestreaming, download Geforce Experience, if you are doing Steam In-home streaming, install steam. If you don't have a monitor to do this, use Windows RDP for this step. Also, there is a way to turn on RDP without a monitor. (https://superuser.com/questions/857298/enable-remote-desktop-without-a-working-display) 2. Download Teamviewer and set it up for controlling the computer! This is the most essential step! 3. Now get on to your other computer(the one that you will actually game on) and install Teamviewer on there too. 4. Remote desktop into teamviewer. 5-1(For NVIDIA Gamestream). Turn on NVIDIA Gamestream in the Geforce experience settings with teamviewer(you can't do it with Windows RDP) And done! 5-2(For Steam In-Home Streaming). Install a game, and run it at least once with teamviewer. It doesn't work otherwise. Note that you will have to do this every time you want to do this with a game. Done! As you can see, NVIDIA gamestream gives less headache overall, I prefer to use that instead. I'd like you guys to test out other gamestreaming methods with these steps, I wanna know what happens!
  3. Dongwook23

    Buidling New PC would this work ?

    NONO Get a RX580 it has better performance than the 1050 ti. if you don't have enough spare cash get a 570. SERIOUSLY!
  4. Now, I know what you guys are all thinking. All the pages I've been to were talking about why it's a stupid idea because it's a waste of USB sticks. But I have so many lying around, and I don't plan to do anything with them. Anddd I'm running outa disk space. So how do you set up software raid 0 w/ Windows? Is it even possible? I know for a fact at default Windows doesn't let you because it doesn't wanna set up raid for a hot-plugging device.
  5. So I just installed my pc(headless) and was testing the RDP function of it since that is how I'll be using this thing. For the first hour it worked fine, but when I was starting to set other programs up, stuff started to get strange. Huge delays between updates from Windows RDP(you can tell be typing stuff into the search bar). It seems the server registers the inputs, but it takes forever to get to the screen. And it's worse on other 3rd party programs like teamviewer where that thing the entire UI takes like 10 seconds to update 1 frame and that isn't taking into a count the disconnects! HALP.
  6. I've been trying to get my mother to try gaming for once. She's been... Well only been playing candy crush and I wanted her to get outa there. So is there a good starting game for this type? I know the portal series is good but any other suggestions?
  7. I wanted to overclock my cpu(ryzen 3 2200g) and it went well. But I want to do it more, but with just the stock cooler(ryzen stealth cooler) I can't push it over 4ghz without the heat going over 70℃. Should I get a new cooler or hell a AIO cooler? Or is upgrading my CPU better?
  8. Dongwook23

    VRAM overclock causes PC to not properly shutdown

    No, it just goes black screen like it is supposed to do. Then the fans just won't turn off. USB ports are on, etc. Forever, till I hit the reset button
  9. I decided to overclock my graphics card and it was going nicely, but for some reason, when my VRAM is overclocked, the PC doesn't properly turn off via shutdown thing in windows. I disabled my VRAM overclock at the moment but I just can't understand why. Any ideas? FYI Graphics Card is MSI GTX 1050 Ti 4GB GDDR5
  10. Default voltage for the CPU for now; btw CPU is ryzen 3 2200g
  11. So I got a new PC and decided to test the thermal capablilities of the cpu. So I tested via AIDA64 and it was stable at around 65~66 degrees Celsius. So then I wanted to overclock it so I first fired up Cinebench and ran the test. Strangely, this time the thermal readings were off the charts! I'm guessing if Cinebench was infinite, it'll overheat the CPU. I'm confused here.
  12. Dongwook23

    No post on new ryzen build

    It worked; thank you so much.
  13. Dongwook23

    No post on new ryzen build

    So I just installed a new motherboard, cpu, ram, and gpu. I kept the hard drives. I installed everything, and the PC doesn't post. It turns on, does nothing for a bit, and turns off. Then it turns on again for no reason, and repeat. I'll list my build here. Ryzen 3 2200G CPU Asrock B450M Pro4 motherboard 4x2 GB DDR4 Samsung RAM MSI Geforce GTX 1050 Ti
  14. Dongwook23

    Grad School/Gaming Computer

    Totally! I just made a build that costs about $500 and can run most AAA games at med-high 1080p 60fps gaming! Just make sure to do your research on parts properly, especially motherboards and CPUs. They are proprietary most of the time for a single generation of cpus. Not always; but most of the time.
  15. Dongwook23

    Motherboard upgrade without reinstalling windows

    Yep, I forgot to note that I'm keeping the storage. Thanks!
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