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Seraphiel

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  1. Have you checked the temp of the GPU in idle or in full load?
  2. Henlo!, try the step by step instruction in this website: https://www.top-password.com/blog/stop-check-disk-chkdsk-from-running-at-startup/ Usually the method 1 works just fine.
  3. so based on your experiment we can now safely determine its your motherboard or your psu (btw if it is your psu, it doesnt make sense to drop your fps because psu doesn't any performance issue though it might be killing your rig if its faulty)
  4. Henlo, did you try to reset it again? if the same problem persist, please try to reinstall windows apps by the following steps: Open CMD/PowerShell as Administrator type the following script : Get-AppXPackage | foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode - Register "$($_.InstallLocation) \AppXManifest.xml"} wait until it finishes its reinstallation restart your computer Please feel free to tell if your problem has been solved
  5. yes its a switch inside the psu, thats perfectly normal. nothing to be alarmed
  6. does the clicking sound like this?
  7. Henlo, have you tried to remove any static from your board? you can try the following steps, hope it helps. Turn off your laptop. Remove the power, hard drives, the battery and any attached peripheral devices. Press and hold the power button for 60 seconds and release. Put your battery in and plug the charger. Then don't plug anything else. Boot your laptop again to see if it works now.
  8. thats odd, your gpu is fine as well as the windows os. did you try to game while using 1 stick of ram at a time? but i also doubt its your ram..... you have a peculiar trouble there my friend. Anyway try gaming in 1 stick of ram at a time and see if it still stutter also have you tried checking the health of your ssd and hdd?
  9. Henlo!, where do you install your game folders? is it in the SSD or your HDD?
  10. Ubiquiti Networks UAP-AC-LITE UniFi Access Point
  11. Most of Spyic's features work without root. You have the option to hide Spyic after it's been installed. Spyic is virtually undetectable, seeing as it uses a miniscule amount of system resources.
  12. I believe both are compatible to your mouse board Also don't forget to use flux
  13. looks like there's a short in your board. remove the keys along with the frames and look closely to your board and see if there are rusts
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