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Lot Qahnaarin

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About Lot Qahnaarin

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    Member

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    Lot Qahnaarin#7178
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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    Intel i5-2400
  • Motherboard
    HP 611835-001, LGA 1155, Intel Motherboard
  • RAM
    8GB (2x4) RAM Memory for HP-Compaq 8200 Elite (Small Form Factor) (DDR3-10600 - Non-ECC)
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GeForce GT 1030 GDDR5 2GB Video Memory
  • Case
    HP Elite 8200 Small Form Factor
  • Storage
    Hitachi 7200RPM 500GB HDD
  • PSU
    Proprietary HP Elite 8200 PSU
  • Display(s)
    1826x1026 Generic HDTV, 60hz , Dell E177FP Black 17" Screen 1280 x 1024 60hz
  • Cooling
    Stock Active Cooling Solution, per HP
  • Keyboard
    Corsair k55 RGB
  • Mouse
    Logitech G203 Prodigy RGB Wired Mouse
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home x64

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  1. What troubleshooting steps have you already tried?
  2. Did you reinstall all the latest drivers? Using Windows Generic Drivers or outdated Drivers can cause a hit on performance.
  3. Nexus is pretty good, but the less popular the game the less mods you'll have posted there. ModDB is good for communities dedicated to games like Total War and others like it.
  4. My DMs are open if you are feeling generous
  5. Correction: It is a Intel Celeron N3060 Dual core Clocking at 1.6ghz....
  6. 1 core at 1.4ghz... wow. I have a laptop from 2014 that is dual core at 1.9ghz.
  7. I use MacOSX in my vocational class and as far as productivity goes I love MacOS. It is very pleasing to the eye and also very snappy. But, as most people do, I prefer Windows hands down to Mac. In a perfect world we could get the look and feel of Mac with the utility and support of Windows.
  8. Hello, After serving me faithfully for 3 years, my Logitech H390 USB A headset has broke. It still functionally works, but the right ear piece snapped, and is holding on by the wires. I could try and repair it, but I think it's time I upgrade or just replace. Any suggestions? ($50.00 and below is the budget)
  9. Not an Expert by any means, but that does sound like a bad PSU. I would look into methods for testing your PSU (Multimeter, PSU tester, etc.)
  10. Bump. I personally know nothing about programming, but I commend you for helping local business with your (eventual) knowledge!
  11. Hello, Recently I bought a Ryzen 3 2200g while it was on sale, and I'm pretty happy with what I got: 4 Cores, AM4 socket, clocking at 3.5 Ghz (Can be boosted to a max of 3.7 Ghz according to AMD.) What I would like to know is there a good affordable card ($200 USD and lower) that I should pair with this card? I'm also open for motherboards, if you wouldn't mind giving advice there as well.
  12. For the CPU, there is a lot of free software that can monitor its temperature, most motherboards even monitor it themselves. To check the motherboard's reading you need to go into the BIOS/UEFI. For the PSU, you would either need a Multimeter or a PSU Tester. PSU testers are much easier to use because they are designed to test a PSU. I don't think I can adequately explain over text how to use a to test a PSU with a multimeter, so you would need to look up a guide for that one. For the Memory, you could buy a memory tester, I'm not actually sure how to test it without one. The good thing about buying these tools is that in the future you can use them, so if you do go the route of using the tools, I'd say they are a good investment. Happy Troubleshooting.
  13. For a UPS, you may want to look at if it is a Offline, or an Online UPS. An Online UPS means that while the UPS is plugged into the wall, and your system is plugged into the UPS, your system is running off of the UPS's battery. This means that the UPS is always having to recharge itself, and this causes the UPS to shorten its lifespan incredibly. These are also more expensive, because corporations need this so if power goes out, the server(s) has some time to properly shutdown to protect data. These have surge protectors to protect against Power Surges. An Offline UPS only uses its battery once it detects that no power is coming through the wall outlet. This means that they have a small delay before they activate, meaning that for a fraction of a second your system loses power. These usually have longer lifespans, though, so they are much cheaper. These also have surge protectors to protect against Power Surges. It is also wise to take the advertised battery life and divide it by two.
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