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About HerosHyper

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  • PlayStation Network
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Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    Düzce, Turkey
  • Interests
    Gaming, Streaming, Citybusses
  • Biography
    nothing lmao
  • Occupation
    Student + Gamer :)


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen™ 5 1600 - 3.2GHz (up to 3.6GHz) - 16MB Cache - 6C 12T
  • Motherboard
    ASRock A320M-HDVR4
  • RAM
    ADATA XPG GAMMIX 16GB (2x8) 3000MHz D10 Red
  • GPU
    ASRock Phantom Gaming RX580 - 8GB - 256-bit - O.C Certified Edition
  • Case
    Aerocool Cylon RGB
  • Storage
    ADATA SU630 - 240GB - 520-450MB/s - SSD
  • PSU
    Dark Force 600W
  • Display(s)
    LG 22MK400HB - 21.5" 1920x1080 - 1ms - 75Hz - FreeSync
  • Cooling
    AMD Wraith Spire + 120mm Case Fan
  • Keyboard
    INCA IKG-446 - Mechanic-Feel Gaming Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Tigoes X5 - Macro RGB Gaming Mouse
  • Operating System
    Microsoft® Windows® 10 Pro - 64-bit
  • Laptop
    DELL Inspiron 1564 - Intel Core i3-330M @ 2.13GHz - 6GB DDR3 RAM - ATi Mobility Radeon HD 4330 512MB - Seagate 460GB HDD

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  1. Hi! My laptop is Dell Inspiron 1564 which haves a i3-330M and a ATi M.R. HD 4330. On Intel's i3-330M Specs page it says: Intel® HD Graphics for Previous Generation Intel® Processors Graphics Base Frequency: 500MHz Graphics Max Dynamic Frequency: 667MHz On my GPU's Specs page it says: Core Speed: 450MHz Memory Speed: 600MHz Memory: 512MB As you can see my CPU's graphics frequency is more than my GPU's. If i can; how can i switch to my CPU's graphics? Or is my GPU better then my CPU's graphics? Note: There is only one GPU (ATi 4330) on my Device Management.
  2. OK. But i tried this while Windows 10 was installed and PC said: Windows failed to start. A recent hardware or Software change might be the cause. 0xc000000e I am creating a new Bootable USB. Hope it will work. Thanks for the help @Faisal A!
  3. I got a old Motherboard named: Intel Desktop Board DG31PR I installed the latest BIOS drivers. @Faisal A
  4. Reminder. I have a bootable USB, not a cd. And what is MBR/GPT? btw. i dont have important data. @Faisal A
  5. bro. The pc is annoying. i cant boot onto usb. that means i cant reach windows 7 installer.
  6. Hi. I have a old PC that does have Windows 10 on it. But his Hardware doesn't support Windows 10. For Example the Monitor won't do the right Resolution because GPU drivers doesn't support Windows 10. So i decided to install Windows 7. Because his Hardware supports Win7. I tried so much things to install W7. But it didn't worked. So my question is: Can i install Windows 7 With a bootable USB created with USB Tool by Microsoft after i use the "Remove files and clean the drive" option on Windows 10. And will it install Windows 10 again after i do it? I dont want to use the other setting (Just remove my files) because i tried it already and he installed Windows 10 again. Please dont say another option like just boot from usb because it doesnt work because of non-installed drivers.
  7. bro. i already plugged the connectors on the bottom left picture. I plugged the H.D.D. Power, Power Switch and Reset Switch.
  8. i already found it but i cant understand it
  9. Can you say the right places for the connectors? See photo.
  10. Hi! I have a HDMI2VGA Converter (See photo) for my PS4. It works perfect on PS4. I will buy a new PC and his GPU is: SAPPHIRE PULSE Radeon RX 570 ITX - 4GB - GDDR5 - 256-bit - 1x DVI-D - 1x HDMI - 1x DisplayPort 1.4 As you can see there are dvi-d, hdmi and dp ports. My monitor does only have a VGA (D-Sub) Input. So if i would use a HDMI2VGA Converter. Will it decrease performance? Will it overheat? Will it cause damage to any component? And what changes when i use the Micro-USB Power cable on the Adapter? Will it give more performance? (Adapter does only need the power cable on PS4) Answer Please and thank u.
  11. This is the last topic for my PC Build. MOBO: ASRock B450M Pro4-F - Socket: AM4 - Dual Channel DDR4 3200/2933/2667/2400/2133 CPU: AMD Ryzen 5-2400G - 3.6GHz (up to 3.9GHz) - 4 Cores 8 Threads - 11 GPU Cores - Socket: AM4 GPU: RX Vega 11 (APU) - 11 GPU Cores RAM: Kingston HyperX - DDR4 3200MHz - 8GB (2x4) - CL18 SSD: ADATA SU650 - 240GB - 3D NAND - 520 / 450MB/s PSU: Corsair CX450 - 450W CASE: Fractal Design Focus G IS THIS A GOOD PC? I CANT UPGRADE MY CPU OR SOMETHING ELSE BECAUSE THIS SYSTEM IS ALREADY OVER MY BUDGET LMAO. LOOKED FOR BENCHMARKS AT YOUTUBE. IT GIVES VERY GOOD FPS. FORTNITE MED 3D %100 : 120fps FORTNITE LOW 3D %100 : 180fps
  12. Budget: 350$ Someone say a good pc. I will play Fortnite on it and i want 70+ fps (120 would be cool) PLEASE NOT AMD CPU PLEASE NOT APU CPU DDR3 OR DDR4 MINIMUM 8 GB RAM MINIMUM 2 GB GPU. IF IT WILL HAVE A VGA PORT IT WOULD BE GOOD. A PSU THAT WILL NOT EXPLODE HDD OR SSD parts that i need: mobo cpu gpu ram hdd or ssd case psu or case with psu PLEASE AND THANK U