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About Assassinguy2623

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  • CPU
    i7 7700k @ 4.8GHz
  • Motherboard
    ASUS STRIX z270f
  • RAM
    2x8 Corsair Vengeance DDR4 @ 2.7GHz
  • GPU
    ASUS STRIX GTX 1080 @ 2.50Ghz
  • Case
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 Evo 250GB SSD, WD Blue 1TB HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNova 750W G3
  • Display(s)
    ASUS 144Hz - 24", ASUS 75Hz - 24" Gaming Monitors (1080p)
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken x62
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow V2
  • Sound
    Logitech z625
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  1. nah it isnt emi restarting graphic driver in device manager temporarily fixes the problem
  2. Hi. So I recently posted with an issue about audio crackling on spotify, which did not happen on any other applications but I have since realised audio crackling is a system wide issue on my pc. So the crackling appears to start whenever nothing is happening on the screen/there is very low cpu usage. For example: I am watching a video on youtube and the audio is fine, but as soon as I open a new tab and the video is not being shown anymore I immediately hear a crackling sound while the video audio is still playing. This is the same for spotify - I get crackling when listening to music but as soon as a ad or animated banner comes up on the screen the crackling stops. One other example is that when I have a cpu intensive application in the background such as the League of Legends client the crackling stops. This appears to be an issue with my on board audio though because I have tried plugging in an external usb sound card and the crackling stops, and there is also no crackling when using my graphics cards audio through hdmi. Things I have tried to fix this and haven't worked (I have tried everything): Reinstall windows (twice) Reinstall graphic driver Reinstall Audio Driver (realtek) Try older and newer version of audio driver Uninstall realtek driver and use Microsoft audio driver Disable hardware acceration Disable graphic card in device manager Uninstall Nvidia audio drivers Disable intel speedstep add voltage to cpu reset bios update bios Oh and don't tell me to try different speakers cos of course thats the first thing i tried My hardware: Asus Strix z270f mobo (supremefx audio) gtx 1080ti i7 7700k I hope someone can help me fix this and any questions just ask
  3. not if you only put in like $5 it could eventually turn into $1000 and no obviously i will have a job but it could just be a side thing to make money from
  4. you just wait for the bitcoin value to go higher than what it was when you invested I mean it has to eventually right? anyway can someone help me setup to do this bitcoin trading or point me to a guide please
  5. but i swear bitcoin value is fluctuating all the by a tiny bit so for example can't the algoritm just invest like a dollar when the bitcoin value is low and you get 0.0000000001 btc in return and then when the value of a bitcoin value goes up by like 50 cent or so the algorithm can automatically cash out again and get a 50cent profit - the algorithm can just keep doing this again and again automatically and eventually you will make a big profit. Would that not work?
  6. Hi does anyone who uses CAM have the installer to a version older than 3.6.6 on their PC. This update completely messes up the lighting and there is no way to install a older version off nzxt's website
  7. delete Steam (steam://) protocol

  8. delete Steam (steam://) protocol

    you have any idea where it is in chrome
  9. delete Steam (steam://) protocol

    No I need to delete it cos the protocol is messed up and is not opening games properly
  10. delete Steam (steam://) protocol

    what is ff
  11. delete Steam (steam://) protocol

    how do i remove the pointer
  12. I uninstalled steam but the protocol still seems to be on my system as when I type steam:// into my browser I get a dialogue box saying Open URL: steam protocol. How do I delete the protocol from my system the protocol must be stored somewhere mustn't it?
  13. Where is the steam protocol stored?