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keskparane

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About keskparane

  • Title
    Veteran

System

  • CPU
    i7 8700
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte GA-Z370XP SLI
  • RAM
    2 x 8GB 2666MHz Kingston HyperX Savage
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Aorus GTX 1080ti
  • Case
    Fractal Define C
  • Storage
    512GB Samsung 970 Pro & 512GB Samsung 960 Pro
  • PSU
    650W Seasonic Prime Titanium
  • Display(s)
    Acer X34 Predator & AOC Agon AG271QX
  • Cooling
    Custom loop. 240 + 360 + CPU + GPU + DDC
  • Keyboard
    Ducky One 2 Mx Cherry Red
  • Mouse
    Logitech G903 & Powerplay
  • Sound
    Logitech Z623 & G433 Headset
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Mine is quite detailed. Is this because different mouse or perhaps updated Logitech software?
  2. You're an influencer
  3. These days you can normally just plug your drive into the new system and it will work. I've never had any problems in the last 8 or so years.
  4. Yeah you would just need to enter into BIOS and make sure onboard graphics is enabled. If you don't know how then best thing to do is download the manual for your machine from dell and read it. Many might suggest the ddu graphics uninstaller for cleaning current drivers but I would normally just reinstall the 5450, uninstall its drivers, turn off pc and remove card. I would also update the chipset drivers for your motherboard with those supplied by dell. Optionally from there you may try intel for the latest hd 2000 driver
  5. Not sure if this counts as igpu pass-through but I think it does. I have 2 monitors. I get better performance with both hooked into the GFX card than trying to run 1 from GFX card and 1 from igpu.
  6. Electrical contact cleaner is usually mostly iso. Can get it cheap at autoparts stores in an aerosol can.
  7. It shouldn't be a problem. As you get stronger you'll find that you can break more and more things by applying too much force. Just because you can tighten something more doesn't a/ mean you should or b/ prove you're strong
  8. Did you Since you skipped 30? If not I'd try that first. You mention some very convoluted steps to clear cmos. Here's what you need to do... Unplug the machine. Press the power button. This is to drain any residual charges left in capacitors. Short the cmos jumper for a couple of seconds as per instructions. Hope PC doesn't catch fire. We've got enough of those already.
  9. Oh and FYI it won't ever stop working if you only get a 1 year licence (unless it becomes obsolete). You just stop getting updates after that time.
  10. No. I don't run anything else. Never tried because never had the need.
  11. Do you have QoS enabled on the router? If so turn it off for a sec and test speeds again.
  12. Just thinking that if you initiate shutdown on one board then the other board will just get a hard shutdown with instant power off. Data loss issues? Not sure if there is a shutdown state you could script to prepare the machine for shutdown but leave the power on. Thinking trigger it on both systems then power off after a timed break giving both systems a chance to finish the script.
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