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Gondermann

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About Gondermann

  • Title
    Newbie

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Denmark
  • Occupation
    Student of Mathematics and Engineering

System

  • CPU
    Intel i5-8600K
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Prime Z370-P
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2666MHz 16GB
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 970 Gaming 4G
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define R5
  • Storage
    Samsung EVO 860
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G2
  • Display(s)
    Benq XL2420T
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D15
  • Keyboard
    Roccat Isku FX
  • Mouse
    Logitech G500
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  1. Gondermann

    [Tech-Support] Wi-Fi Conundrum

    The adapter is working as it should. The problem is persistent through multiple wireless devices and when changing routers. There is no problem when using other networks. The problem is only when connecting from wifi to the internet. Not when connecting from wifi to another pic on the same network
  2. Gondermann

    [Tech-Support] Mysterious Noise

    I use the audio from the case. The noice is still there event though I plug into the motherboard directly. I have not been able to hear a difference in sound quality from the back versus the front, as I don't use any good headphones when playing games, just a pair of hyperX ones. I thought about getting a DAC, but if the power is the problem, will the dac not also just have the same issue?
  3. Gondermann

    [Tech-Support] Wi-Fi Conundrum

    The other one is just a spare. I changed them around when it didn't work at first, but the problem persisted. I even tried using one a DCHP and one as wifi, but that didn't work either
  4. Gondermann

    [Tech-Support] Mysterious Noise

    Well i don't have tinnitus so i can only imagine. The sound is high pitched and comes for 10-30s before vanishing and reappear again randomly. I might not be the lamp but the fan i have in my bathroom, but the sound i certainly there. I only think it is the lamp because of the high frequency noise.
  5. Gondermann

    [Tech-Support] Mysterious Noise

    So i have this mysterious noise going through all of my audio gear connected to my pc. The noise comes and goes and sounds like what i imagine tinnitus is like. This is only in hardware connected to my pc e.g. headphones and amp+speaker and it plays even though other sounds are playing, though it is not as noticeable then. Here is the catch though; I think it is a problem with the electricity coming into my apartment as i can hear the sound when i am in the bathroom as well, coming from my light. (No speakers turned on). Am i crazy? (The pc has never had the problem of noise before i moved in to my apartment) Oh, and the noise i prevalent in my headphones even when only connected to the mic
  6. Gondermann

    [Tech-Support] Wi-Fi Conundrum

    Update: Changing the channel width significantly increased the internet connection speed. Still not good, but i get 22Mbit/s now and upload is now normal 50Mbit/s. This is only true however on my laptop and not on my oneplus 3. DDWRT said the phone was running legacy so i tried switching to N-only, but this cut my speed on all devices again. I still don't get why my internal speed is fine, but my external is bad (While LAN is solid all the time).
  7. Gondermann

    [Tech-Support] Wi-Fi Conundrum

    It is now set to 40mhz. "The Intel® Next-Gen Wireless-N 7260 802.11n, 2x2, 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.0* adapter delivers faster speeds (up to 300 Mbps)"1 When connecting to the WiFi at my university it is significantly faster. It should not be the adapter 1https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/wireless-products/wireless-n-7260-bluetooth-brief.html
  8. Gondermann

    [Tech-Support] Wi-Fi Conundrum

    Would this matter if it is only the external connection that is bad? My internal transfer speed is fine.
  9. Gondermann

    [Tech-Support] Wi-Fi Conundrum

    The router is just next to my laptop. I live in a one room apartment, so no walls. The wireless adapter should not be the problem, unless both my laptop and my phone failed at the same time . I don't know if noise is a factor, if the internal wireless network is working as expected.
  10. Gondermann

    [Tech-Support] Wi-Fi Conundrum

    Thanks for the reply The channel width has always been set to dynamic. This is true for both of the routers i tested. The internal speed is what i expect from my router. It is the "external" i have a problem with, i.e. when i access the internet. I have also tried changing the channel away from auto and manually tuning it to the least congested channel to avail.
  11. Gondermann

    [Tech-Support] Wi-Fi Conundrum

    I have an, what my google search results show, unique problem. I seem to have extremely slow internet over Wi-Fi. This is only the case when trying to access the internet and not when transferring data between computers on my local Wi-Fi. Locally i get wireless transfer speeds of up to 5MB/s (Old router, wireless n) Externally, Speedtest.net shows 8MBit/s i.e. 1MB/s. If i however use ethernet, the story is completely different.. Locally i get wired transfer speeds of up to 70MB/s (Gigabit, Cat5e) Externally, Speedtest.net shows 90MBit/s i.e. 11MB/s. This problem is persistent across multiple routers. I have no clue as to why this is happening, and i just started this week after i got home an powered up my router. The problem has never been present before. If any of you know what might be causing this, feel free to let me know... There is nothing more annoying than slow Wi-Fi :/ Extra Info: Router - Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH, using DD-WRT & D-Link DIR-652 Laptop - Lenovo Yoga Pro 2 Phone - Oneplus 3 Desktop Motherboard - ASUS Prime Z370-P Ethernet Cables - Category 5e I also does not seem to be able to ping my desktop from my laptop, or use samba from my laptop (or phone) to my wired NAS. Don't know if this is relevant, but wanted to mention it.
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