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About ShredAgain

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  • Birthday 1997-04-14

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  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 2700X
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte AORUS X470 Gaming 5 WiFi
  • RAM
    V-Color Skywalker Prism RGB 2x8GB @3GHz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte 1070ti Gaming OC @2.1GHz
  • Case
    InWin 101C Black
  • Storage
    SanDisk SSD Plus 240GB | 2x Hitachi Deskstar 1TB @7200rpm in RAID 0
  • PSU
    Cougar CMX1000 1000w 80+ Bronze Semi-Modular
  • Display(s)
    Pixio "New" PX277 @1440p144Hz
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240R A-RGB | 6x InWin Sirius Loop 120 A-RGB
  • Keyboard
    Redragon Surara K582 w/ Kailh Box TC Navies
  • Mouse
    NPET M60 RGB
  • Sound
    Insignia 2.0 Channel Soundbar Mini
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Professional

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  1. Give that a try. You can force G-Sync on in the nVidia Control Panel.
  2. Are you running your games with G-Sync turned on?
  3. I've been going for 2.5+ hours now, and it's not done yet, but it hasn't found anything new yet. The entire C drive has come back clean. Edit: The scan finished, and it didn't locate anything. I did make sure it was checking for rootkits too. I'm gonna give it about a day and see if it keeps doing the thing.
  4. @ManyCoresGuy Do I need to be in a specific version of safe mode to run a Defender scan? I opened the security settings, but it's just a blank page. Malwarebytes will scan, though.
  5. I'll try it, but I've run Malwarebytes, and it didn't find anything except some adware installer in my Recycling Bin Registry.
  6. It's barely being used. My RAM is taking a little bit of a hit with Chrome open though.
  7. Right, so, I've started noticing that recently my computer has been pretty laggy and stuttery for no apparent reason. While sitting on the desktop, I'll try to move my mouse, and the whole thing will freeze up for a moment, before finally responding. Sometimes it'll freeze up a couple times in a row before responding properly. I'm not sure what could be causing it, as I'm fairly certain there isn't really anything happening in the background that I don't know about. Task manager says the 2 most intensive things happening on my computer at any given time are Chrome and the Anti-Malware Exe from Windows Defender. My drives seem to be reasonably performing. My SSD has 113GB remaining (My OS and primary app drive) and my HDD RAID has 253GB left. The rest of my specs are in my Signature. Even as I'm typing this, the cursor keeps freezing as I'm hitting keys, but it never misses a keystroke and it always catches up. It's just super frustrating to deal with, and I'm hoping that someone might have an idea or suggestion that can help me fix this, or at the very least find out what's causing it. Many thanks in advance!
  8. Did some checking, and apparently my MoBo (AORUS X470 Gaming 5) doesn't have load line calibration.
  9. And how do I go about doing that? I'm using Ryzen Master, but I could swap to the BIOS if need be.
  10. Basically, I'm curious what voltages I should avoid in overclocking my 2700X. It's currently at 1.45v and I have it pinned to the boost speed of 4.3GHz. I'd like to get more out of it if I can. Should I give 'er more, or am I pushing it? And on a separate note, is it strange that my computer crashes when I try to run Cinebench, but it seems like everything else is working just fine? Even Minecraft, and from what I understand, it typically is pretty heavy on CPU. Any way, thanks in advance, all!
  11. Considering I'm still under warranty as this is a 1 month old RMA card, I'll probably just RMA again unless I find a slightly less drastic solution.
  12. Drivers were fresh when I first installed it about a month ago, and now I'm running whatever drivers were available when I updated yesterday.
  13. I dunno, it's kinda strange. I had a GTX 1060 SSC before that would boost as advertised, and would really easily overclock to 2100MHz-ish. That card had the DP failure that I see several people on the EVGA Forums post about, and I had to RMA that card. Now the new one is here and it doesn't even boost up to the 1800MHz-ish that is advertised. It's pinned at base clocks, regardless of what I'm doing with it. Does anyone have any ideas as to what my problem might be? I'm super wiped out, cuz I went on UserBenchmarks dot com and it said I performed in the 23rd percentile of 1060s. Essentially, A properly boosting, slightly overclocked 1060 3GB could outpace my card right now. Specs are below, not sure if they matter or help: AMD Ryzen 7 2700X @ 4.15GHz I believe, Gigabyte Aorus Gaming 5 X470 MoBo, 2x8GB @ 3000MHz V-Color Skywalker RGB RAM, EVGA GTX 1060 6GB SSC stuck at stock, Cougar CMX1000 1,000w Semi-Modular PSU. I'm booting off a Sandisk SSD Plus, and have game libraries stored on 2 Hitachi Deskstar spinning irons in RAID 0.
  14. It was GPU. Don't know how, but I fried the DisplayPort controller on the card and had to RMA it. I chalk it up to the age, the use, and the fact that I had also overclocked the monitor's refresh rate.