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About superdeeduper

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  1. The reason I was looking into HDMI is because I don't have a laptop anymore. Even when I did have one I tried using steam link with it only to be shown 144p quality streaming and sub 10fps. Also, I neglected to mention there are 2 other people in my house also using the WiFi.
  2. My computer is in an office next to my kitchen because I have no room for my desk in my bedroom. However, when I want to play games sometimes I would rather play something in my bed rather than sitting in my chair. Normally I could just get an extra long HDMI cable and route it around the house into my bedroom. Unfortunately, the way the rooms are laid out it would require at least 50 feet of cable to wrap around my office, down the hall, and into my bedroom. I also can't drill a hole in the wall because the Mrs doesn't want to damage anything and I can't use steamlink or an Nvidia Shield because my internet speed is only 10mbps. So, would it be feasible to use a wireless HDMI device to stream my computer to a monitor in my bedroom for gaming purposes?
  3. I have the Gigabyte Radeon RX 5700 XT Gaming OC 8G.
  4. It's an EVGA 650 GQ 210-GQ-0650-V1 80+ GOLD 650W Modular EVGA ECO Mode Power Supply from Newegg. I just bought it last Halloween so it's not that old.
  5. I understand but it felt related. Good to know its not the gpu but I'm at a loss as to what's wrong.
  6. Ok I haven't noticed any flickering any more but for some reason my computer keeps resetting the screen turn off setting from "Never" to "15 minutes". Could this be a problem with the CMOS battery?
  7. I have the latest drivers (20.3.1) with a ViewSonic 144Hz 24 inch monitor, and I'm using displayport.
  8. Hi, I've been having trouble recently with what I suspect is my graphics card. When watching youtube videos (no matter the browser) my screen flickers. It happens for less than a second but it occurs often enough to be noticeable. Also, when I leave my computer for a few minutes the monitor goes to sleep even though I have it set to not go to sleep for one hour. I've restarted multiple times with no success so I'm at a loss as to what to do.
  9. Recently I was having problems with my computer turning off immediately after pressing the power button. This necessitated a visit to the local computer repair shop which determined the cause being the power button itself. Right now the reset switch is wired to where the power button was with the power button not connected at all. However, ever since I took it back home I've been getting these odd stuttering issues when watching youtube videos. I'd be watching something and an audio stutter would occur at random. Rewinding to that same place didn't elicit the stutter so I assumed it was caused by a poor wifi signal (I only get 10mbps at home and when my mom is watching netflix in the other room my wifi signal goes from 7mbps to 0 every couple seconds). So, I downloaded one of the youtube videos to find that the same thing was happening even with an offline video. I'm at a loss as to what this could be and any ideas to identifying the problem would be much appreciated.
  10. Ok I think I've solved it. The second of the two fan headers on my motherboard doesn't work right. I've bought a fan splitter so I can use the working one.
  11. So I played around with the fan headers and I've found that the top fan is connected to the sys_fan2 header. If I don't connect either of them to the motherboard then neither spin so they have to connect to the motherboard unless they won't work. So I'm out of ideas unless the fan header is broken which would be bad since I only have 2 on this motherboard.
  12. I've plugged stuff into my motherboard so that might be my problem. I'll rearrange things then report back
  13. I've adjusted the fan curve through MSI Afterburner but it won't do anything different.
  14. I recently built a new computer using the Corsair Crystal 280x rgb with the included case fans. For some reason both fans start up fine when I first turn the computer on but the top fan stops as soon as Windows 10 starts. The bottom fan is working fine but I'm at a loss as to what is wrong with the top one. Any help appreciated ?
  15. To be clear I'd be streaming from my PC monitor. I also can't do anything that uses internet because I only get 10 MBps.