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  1. My laptop is a HP Pavillion 15 ec0006nu It has an ips panel so it should support 8 bit color depth, however I've looked at all the options in the amd iGPU software, eGPU Nvidia control panel and there is No option for display color depth. I've looked in the settings of windows too and again no option for color depth. All my drivers are up to date. Anyone got any ideas?
  2. I don't need more memory I need the memory that I already have, but apperantly can't use
  3. I've recently bough a HP Pavillion Gaming 15 with 8gb of ram installed, however both the bios and windows reports around 5.95gb usable, but windows says 2.1gb is hardware reserved. I've tried checking the box in msconfig and setting it to 8gb as well as unchecking the box altogether and neither did anything. I also tried to turn pagefile off, then back on with no result. This seems to be a problem with these Ryzen chips (I have a 3550h). The pre-installed bios was already up to date but I flashed the newest one from the manufacturer's site anyway but it didn't help. What I suspect I need to do is tweak some bios settings, but this HP bios is pretty barebone, with no memory options at all. Does anyone know how to "unlock" advanced bios options?
  4. Well guys I took your advice and went with a GTX1650 and I don't regret it, thanks everyone.
  5. My price range is 550-850 ish dollars, and I've narrowed down my options the Asus TUF fx505dd & Lenovo L340, and I wanted some more perspective on this, since reviews seem mixed. These two laptops have basically the same specs (same gtx 1050, 8gb ram and 512 ssd), albeit the Lenovo has a i5 9300h and the Asus has the ryzen 5 3550h, which is weaker. The way I see it, is that the Asus costs about 40 dollars less and has the TUF build properties and more gaming features at a cost of some cpu horsepower. This would be fine, however I do plan on playing some cpu heavy games like BeamNG and Cities Skylines. My country is Bulgaria if that helps
  6. I don't have any USB 3.0 ports, however I did test the flash drive in another machine and it has the same result. However the read speeds were constant around 40 mb/s on both machines.
  7. For the first ~1 sec the write speed will be 25 mb/s, then proceeds to make this pattern, where it ramps up until 25 mb/s, then ramps down to 0, each ramp up and down lasts ~5 sec. I thought it might be some sort of caching, but turning on/off doesn't make a difference. It's a 32gb Kingston DataTraveler100. It's USB 3.0 capable, but I'm using it in a USB 2.0 port, could that be it? I'm testing with one large video file.
  8. I've been testing with a single, large video file.
  9. For the first 0.5 to 1 sec the write speed will be 25 mb/s, then proceeds to make this pattern, speeding up until 25 mb/s, then dropping to 0. I thought it might be some sort of caching, but I can't see any setting to turn that off. It's a 32gb Kingston DataTraveler100. It's USB 3.0 capable, but I'm using it in a USB 2.0 port, could that be it?
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