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About BradL1234

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  1. Loaded up PC last night and when I tried to connect my Echo Dot to my PC, it wouldn't. So I checked my Bluetooth drivers and the Intel(R) Wireless Bluetooth driver was not running. So far I have updated it, uninstalled and reinstalled it, enabled and disabled it, ran the windows troubleshooter (it tried re-installing it and it was the same result), and I have even restarted the Bluetooth support service in the Services app and still no luck. Any help would be appreciated!
  2. Was just watching some reviews and the EVGA RTX 2070 BLACK comes with an DVI port and it actually performs pretty well. Also, according to a benchmark compare site, the MSI RTX 2070 SUPER is still better but only by an 11% factor.
  3. I have been looking at them and many of the reviews (even for the expensive ones) have stated they are of bad quality and they don't even support 144hz. I mean if I could find one that I knew worked, then I would happily purchase one Feel free to help out if you know of one!
  4. So it seems my only option is to by a new monitor. Pretty the XL2411P supports the Display Port and it is currently under £200. If I can sell my current monitor (Which I paid £330 for ) I may just put towards a new one.
  5. The XL2411 through HDMI is limited to 60hz and won't go past it.
  6. Hi, I was planning on purchasing the MSI GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER and after looking at it's specs, I realised it only supports Display Ports and HDMI. My problem is my BenQ ZOWIE XL2411 monitor doesn't have a Display Port slot. So is there any RTX cards that support DVI? Because apparently the DVI to Display port adapters are too expensive and most of them don't even offer 144hz. Thanks
  7. Hi, The graphic card I am looking at getting is the MSI GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER and after looking at it's specs, I realised it only supports Display Ports and HDMI. My problem is my BenQ ZOWIE XL2411 monitor doesn't have a Display Port slot. So I read online that you can purchase DVI to Display Port adapter that will guarantee 144hz. So can anyone suggest one they know works and is of a decent price? Thank you.
  8. I have heard of HWmonitor on many accusations. I'll check it out. Thanks for the reply!
  9. For years I have seen various benchmark videos that display CPU temps, MoBo temps etc. and I personally never needed the programs, until now. Can anyone recommend one of the best ones to download? Thanks
  10. Yeah, I guess you're right. Don't think it is fair to judge their overall products for one bad one I had nearly 5 years ago. But for now I'll stick with Intel just because I am more familiar with them, and who knows.. maybe Ryzen will pull me over one day! Thanks for the answers dude
  11. Well thats good to hear. What are your average temps if you don't mind me asking? (Just letting my curiosity get the best of me). Also, I have been put off by AMD since my first ever Graphic card. Nothing but problems. Even though that may have changed now, I'll just stick with Intel!
  12. Yes, I suppose I could do that. Most people I have asked said it should run fine if it is stock. I plan on air cooling simply because I've never been a big lover of water cooling. Besides from the 212, I would have multiple fans and with the size of the case, it should get decent air flow. And thanks for the reply!
  13. I assumed it would be good enough and yes, for the time being I plan on running stock. If you were to give a estimate, what idle and load temp do you think it would run at?
  14. Hi all, I am currently upgrading my PC and for the CPU I can't decide between a i7 9700F and i7 9700K but the problem I am having is, will the Hyper 212 EVO run safe temps with the CPU's?. I am using the 212 because I plan on taking the one I have out of my current build which will save me some money. If anyone could give me some idea of the temps then that would be great. *P.S I already own the PSU and extra storage*