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About ShelterMan

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  • Birthday 2004-10-07

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  • Interests
    Cybersecurity, STEM, PC building and modifying, Music, and puppers.
  • Occupation
    Not yet


  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3700x
  • Motherboard
    ASrock Extreme4 x570
  • RAM
    16gb 2400mhz
  • GPU
    EVGA 2070
  • PSU
    EVGA 750 Watt 80+
  • Display(s)
    View Sonic XG 144hz, ASUS 75hz
  • Cooling
    AMD Wraith Cooler RGB
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 LUX M.2
  • Mouse
    Glorious Model O
  • Sound
    192hz DAC (built into motherboard) w/Logitech G Pro X (Voicemeeter Banana for sound channel splitting)
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home 1903

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  1. I am planning on sticking with PIA because my service has been almost 95% reliable the only time where I have issues is at my schools giant deadzone of a Cafe
  2. Hello LTT Forum, I am making this post to sorta expand the conversation of VPN's and to see what people get vs what they are promised specifically PIA got bought by Kapetech
  3. There's no way that I would know how to do that except for dividing your drive up into two partitions and assigning each partition to each computers OS. What I would recommend instead of doing that is getting something like a 512 gb SSD for both computers putting OS' on both and turn that hard drive into a Network drive and share it between both of the computers VIA your LAN connection (this is also known as a file share... I think you might also be able to use things like an FTP client to transfer files between both computers but I haven't tried that yet). There are a bunch of guides online on how to create a network drive and some WiFi routers can even do that; if you decide to use your router you might have to get a SATA to USB cable to connect it. But honestly I wouldn't recommend turning your one hard drive into a boot drive for two different computers.
  4. Apparently when I search "Realtek Audio Control" it does not come back with that but 'Kosmik Revenge" because that makes sense Windows.
  5. Hello LTT Forum, I recently reinstalled my OS on my pc and my Realtek Audio manager that I have been using to manage my audio settings and EQ presets is not installing when I install the latest realtek driver (from my motherboards site). My Windows 10 version is 1909
  6. there is no fix as far as I have found
  7. IPv6 would be a great move forward for more secure networks but the issue is that do the ISP's want to spend the money to developing and deploying IPv6 to everyone? some ISP's would rather see everyone fight over an IP so that they can get access to the internet.
  8. So I am in a family of 7 including my parents, me and my 4 other siblings. There are at least 30 devices inducing smart cameras that use WiFi. I have 4 devices, my brothers have 10 different devices and we have 3 WiFi tvs (roku/netflix). My parents each have 3 devices (6) plus the 4 cameras that we have so a total of 27 connected at all times on the week ends the number might hit 40 because we have a bunch of friends over and they all connect their devices. The new AP's that i want to get should have the ability to make more than one WiFi network not talking 2ghz and 5ghz like actual networks that a school might do to segregate speeds (which is what I want to do). Myfamilieslastname-Admin (Full bandwidth), MyFamiliesLastName-Home (3/4 bandwidth) , MyFamilieslastname-Home 2 (1/4 bandwidth (this would be good for friends and other devices like smart tvs)) MyFamiliesLastName-Guest (2/8 bandwidth).
  9. Yea I am having the exact same issue on my Ryzen 3700x 2070 build
  10. Yea that makes sense to a degree... my game is only studdering from what I have found because my CPU is being overworked for no reason and its only while I play that game not any other game there needs to be an average of 45% cpu and 60%gpu but I am having 80% cpu and 8% gpu which in my case means that the gpu is idle
  11. Hello LTT Forum, I have decided to take on the task to upgrade my families networking equipment so I have decided to go baller. So what i have so far is a Ubiquity Edgerouter 4 (the edgerouter was a recent purchase because my family has a total of 30 devices connected at all times always doing something and the standard ASUS router wasn't cutting it) two asus rt-86us (in access point mode don't worry), and a TP-link switch. I need two purchase three new access points (three because one for each floor) (one access point should be under the cost of $180) and a server rack that will have the ability to house multiple 2u maybe 4u servers for storage and maybe Minecraft server running and probably other things (once my ISP runs fiber lines and drops the 2tb data cap per month). I would like a recommendation on a server rack (I have looked at 22U racks for example NavePoint 22U Professional 4-Post) and I have looked at access points from ubiquity and linksys the main thing that I want is 4x4 or 3x3 mumimo. Thanks, ShelterMan aka Aiden
  12. Dear LTT Forum, I have recently started playing the new COD game on my PC but what I noticed is that the pre-rendered cut-scenes cut and studder a lot. I have narrowed the issus down to the game using my Ryzen 3700x instead of my RTX 2070 as the main graphics processor (I figured this out by looking at NZXT cam and noticed that my gpu was at idle while my CPU was at 60%+). I went into the Nvidia control panel and added cod mw to my list of games that require 3d rendering and also make sure that my gpu was selecting but nothing has happened yet. So I am hoping that the community will have a solution to this issue. Thanks ShelterMan aka Aiden
  13. I went to the motherboards main page on ASrocks website and went to the downloads section and downloaded polychrome
  14. I just updated the bios and tried reinstalling polychrome and the same thing happened