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About Code.016

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    Computer Hardware | Programming | Gaming
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    HR Specialist


  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 1600
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte GA-AB350M-Gaming 3
  • RAM
    G.Skill Ripjaws V 8GB 2400mhz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 1060 6GB AORUS
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    Fractal Design Arc Mini R2
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    2TB WD Blue
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    SeaSonic M12II 520W 80+ Bronze
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    Asus VC239H 23.0"
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    CoolerMaster Hyper 212 Led Turbo
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  1. since it is not digitally signed driver, someone can include a package of malware to the drivers and you unknowingly installed it. so the better way to do it, test the card to another PC and monitor it for a week or a month. if there are not funny stuffs showing up on your PC, then you are good to go.
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    Port Forwarding Question

    Hi, thanks for the respond. Well that's sad. I'm trying the port forward for Destiny 2 as i'm always get to matched up with other poor connection hosts.
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    Port Forwarding Question

    anyone? (are we allowed to up the post?)
  4. I'm planning to clean-up my PC and desk this coming weekend. I usually do this clean-up once every three months. Our house is not yet finished, so the dust usually accumulates everyday and we have to clean up our rooms regularly. Because of this, the PC wires that are hidden behind a metal rack collects dusts, and it also affects the cable wires like monitor, DVI and power cables. I'm currently thinking on buying a clear plastic sheet and wrap it around on each wires. I haven't tested it yet, but i'm too worried that the plastics will cause some trouble like sticking on the wires. Is there a cheap way to cover the wires? since the dust usually sticks as well on the wires.
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    Port Forwarding Question

    I'm not yet on my house, but i just simply followed the steps on this page.It is also the router interface that i am using. https://portforward.com/aztech/dsl5001en/
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    Port Forwarding Question

    I already followed the steps provided in this website, but the ports 3047 and 3079 are still closed. What did i missed out? enabled the port forwarding on my main router. https://portforward.com/destiny-2/
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    Need help in what gpu i shall buy

    how about 1080ti? how much is the difference with 2070 in your country?
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    Need help in what gpu i shall buy

    hey doge, do you really that upgrade, as in right now? if you can still game on your 970, i suggest that you should save your money and wait a little bit for the next GTX series. IMO, i just dont trust the 2000 series. IF you really need an upgrade, got with 1080 or 1080ti since they now sell it like hotcakes, and put your excess cash to good upgrades like SSD or something else. BTW, list out your current set-up so we can have a good look of your PC.
  9. Just make sure that you didn't overclock your CPU or GPU before returning the unit. Try to contact them first, but it is possible that they just need the whole system unit (or CPU for some that are not familiar with the term). Make sure to pack it nice without any missing screws or else, you will have a bad time with waiting for the item to get back. but before you do that, try to check your cooler if the cables are connected to the fan/pup header. you dont have to physically touch the wires, just follow it from your cooler and look around if your found any thin wires with four slots (in the picture, look on the right side) to make sure that it is plugged in correctly.
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    "input not supported" error

    Try to use another cable for your GPU and monitor. Try also to plugin that cable to your motherboard display IO and see if it spit out the same issue. check your cables as well and eliminate first all possible causes by focusing on hardware before software. try to re-seat your GPU and the PCIE cables.
  11. That is perfectly normal to me. you GPU should be able to cool itself auto-magically by just identifying the current temps of your card. if you noticed that your card ramp up during load, that is fine. if your done doing stuff, like gaming or benchmark, it will slowly reduce it's fan speed until your temps settles at normal. try installing MSI afterburner and look for the fan speed controller. ideally you can just leave your settings as is as long as your temps dont go above 60ish during idle.
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    Is my 2080 dead?

    Try to do these steps to diagnose your PC. 1. Check all cables and wires if all of them are plugged-in correctly. 2. Check your power cables 3. Make sure that your Display port/DVI/HDMI cables are correctly plugged in. try to unplug and plug in again. 4. re-seat your GPU by removing it and inserting again to its PCIE slot. 5. Make sure the PCIE cables for your GPU plugged in correctly. check also at the end to your power supply. 6. Check your monitor's cables if it is plugged in to your power outlet. make sure the cables are not loose. Question, how did you know that your GPU fans spins at 100%, while not looking at your monitor? i believe most of the newer cards from NVIDIA dont spin at all during idle. Did you overclock it? if yes, then you might overdo something during the OC. try to reset your CMOS by removing the battery from your motherboard, then insert it again after 5 seconds. you can also try running your monitor using the HDMI port of your motherboard. if your monitor works, try reseating your GPU to a second PCIE of your motherboard since it has 3 PCIE slots.
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    GTX 1060 6GB OC Settings

    welp, thanks for the inputs i'll use this on my OC later XD
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    GTX 1060 6GB OC Settings

    oh, i'm also getting that same clock speeds during load times and gaming. flat 2000 or 2001. I wonder if it is the limit of this card? i don't mind on lowering some eye candy settings, aliasing and shadows as long as the game will stay above 90 to 144ish fps.
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    GTX 1060 6GB OC Settings

    So what is your max clock speeds on load?