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Meme-Tastic

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About Meme-Tastic

  • Title
    Newbie
  • Birthday 1996-10-27

Contact Methods

  • Discord
    Meme-Tastic#8633
  • Steam
    The-Meteor-Kid

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Interests
    Finding what's wrong in pcs and making it better than ever ;) Pc ain't gonna tune itself.
  • Biography
    Just your average joe, fiddling round with his pc.

System

  • CPU
    i7-8570H
  • Motherboard
    Asus GX531GW Motherboard set
  • RAM
    DDR4 2666MHz 16GB Dual Channel
  • GPU
    RTX 2070 Max-Q 90W
  • Case
    Ummm, GX531 keyboard drop.
  • Storage
    M.2 512GB SSD
  • PSU
    Nani?
  • Display(s)
    15.6" 144Hz 3ms
  • Cooling
    5 THICC heat pipes and two incredibly loud fans.
  • Keyboard
    Tkl Zephyrus design.
  • Mouse
    Logitech G402
  • Sound
    2 2W speakers.
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home (Planning to move to Pro)
  • Laptop
    Asus Zephyrus S GX531GW

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  1. You could try it in the OC section above M-Bios. Haven't owned a MSI board personally. I'm familiar with the Asus ones.
  2. Definitley some good advice, you could also check which profile is loaded in the bios, and if your motherboard has AI tools, maybe they could be causing the misshap.
  3. Sorry, I thought he was talking about a single 16:10 monitor. Yeah, you're right.
  4. 16:10 is a good choice, but if you want to be able to seamlesly view multiple things (programs) in the same moment, I would suggest the ultrawide.
  5. I was about to post a simmilar thing but you beat me to it. The Intel cpus have an average 6% game performance lead in the lower end. Since he isn't planning on video edditing, the Intel could stay? I also agree on the 1650 Super.
  6. A single focus (I said that because I don’t know the specific name) is something I would describe as the opposite of mesh. Delivering focused service to a singular device.
  7. We get our wifi via cable, that goes directly into the router and is sent out to where it is needed. We have a Cisco EPC3928.
  8. So, I've recently started to get a bit frustrated by my home wifi. I understand that its the pandemic situation and that the network servers under constant load. I have a 150 Mbps package and I am getting around 90 when I use a ethernet cable. I've come to divide the blame onto the ifi provider and the router. I have the classic cisco home router that almost every wuropean wifi provider offers. I've been giving some thoughts about getting a new router. But here's the catch. My family needs a mesh router, becasuse they live in a two floored house, with multiple rooms. On the other hand I need a single focus router. I've been looking at the Asus GTAC2900. One of the reasons for that is my laptop being ROG, I could have more control over the router itself. The wifi provided by the company is wifi-4. So if anyone has some suggestions, since I'm relatively new to the networking field comapred to my usual harware interest. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
  9. I use a toothbrush to get into the spots a pick or a paper shard would struggle to.
  10. So I used the cheeky method, I went to advance power profiles and set my CPU maximum to 80%. It maintained 3.9 GHZ when it was on 100%, and was at around 83-85 C. Now it maintains 2.9-3 GHZ and is at around 77-80 C. These settings were applied to the "plugged in" power setting. The minimum is set to 100% and the max to 80%. Small fix if you don't mind a 30-50 FPS decrease. It was mostly around 180-200 FPS on high settings in War Thunder. Now it maintains 120-135 FPS.
  11. I talked to Asus employees and they said that any modifications to the device in order to increase its performance will void the warranty. I think Asus uses quality thermal paste so replacing it is not an immediate concern. will however wait until the warranty expires and undervolt the CPU, GPU ,cache and replace the thermal paste and pads. I just need it to be OK for around 5-6 months and then I will do a thermal service. I am also planning on cleaning it from dust but I don't think dust is a problem since Asus laptops have the active dust removal system. I just need to know will average temps of 75-85 C(it is probably around 83 C average when running War Thunder on high settings) damage the laptop. Plus the GPU sits at a constant 70 C when under massive load and a big OC, so that suggests that generally the 8th gen Intel mobile CPUs are quite hot anyways.
  12. So, I would like some help on undervolting my i7 8750H in my GX531GW. It reaches around 77-85 C while gaming and maintains 3.914 mhz. While doing the intel stress test on the extreme tuner app, I got thermal and power limit throttling. Thermal throttling was not that much frequent as power limit throttling. So I would like to know if anyone has done thins undervolt and how does it work with the already existing hyperfan modes? And of course would it void my warranty?
  13. I solved it. On Nvidia control panel select your dedicated gou for physix. In 3D settings. Worked for me.
  14. So I have a laptop. RTX 2070 Max Q When I fire up MSI Afterburner, every 2 or 3 seconds, it looses connection to the Gpu and then re-gains it displaying Lost connection to Gpu 1. Is this a software issue or is a connection on my motherboard poorly made. Same thing happens in other Gpu software.
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