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BlackManINC

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  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 3700X
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte AMD X570 Auros Master
  • RAM
    G.Skill Ripjaws 32 GBs
  • GPU
    AMD RX 470
  • Case
    Corsair 570X
  • Storage
    Samsung SSD 860 QVO 2TB - HDD Seagate B arracuda 1TB - External Seagate HDD 8TB
  • PSU
    G.Skill RipJaws 1250 Watts
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Gaming Keyboard K55
  • Mouse
    Razer Naga Trinity
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Holy Shit, what is your secret to getting such high speeds? Surely you understand why everyone responded the way they did? What are you using a 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet connection or something? I only got 359.22 mbps for download speed and 24 mbps for upload speed, with a ping rate of 8 ms. I have a mostly smooth experience gaming online, so I know you'll have a hell of a time. You've got nothing to worry about.
  2. You might want to consider the use of a wireless access point instead. I don't think a wifi adapter will solve the issue you have with the signal itself. Wireless access points are used to extend the coverage area of a network, the wireless aspect of it in particular. The only downside, if you even consider it a "downside", is that you have to use an Ethernet cable to connect it directly to your modem/router. You need to have a chat with your mother about this so you can get the performance you are paying for.
  3. @Founders Yeah, what he said, and make sure you back everything up on an external drive as a system image file next time.
  4. Its going to leave more than a sour taste if the project never gets done because it ran out of steam. If there is any sense of justice left in this world, then its only a matter of time before it does. Hopefully gamer's will use more common sense and scrutiny the next time another Chris Roberts type comes along promising them the whole universe.
  5. Yeah, your results should look like mine if the connection is working as intended. I would try using the pathping command as shown below. Its basically the trace route and ping commands in one. It gives you more information about exactly where packets were lost along the route. The first hop will be your modem/router. If it gets past that stage with no packet loss, then you will know for sure if the problem is on their end, and I would just contact your server provider. You can even tell them exactly where packets were lost when you did your pathping command.
  6. Hmmm ........Only thing missing here is a dust filter. It would have been a tremendous help knowing they don't like people opening up their consoles. Hopefully they'll sell those desperately. Inside Xbox Series X - How Microsoft Redefined The Console Form Factor:
  7. Hmm, strange, you see Hewlett-Packard is great when it comes to other products like printers, but their PC's suck burnt koala penis. They shouldn't even be allowed to sell PC's with how terrible they are at providing bios updates.
  8. No, it looks like F.28 is the latest you can get. I would try getting that one if you can. Yours is from may, F.28 is from june.
  9. Oh yeah, you should also get another 8 gbs of ram as well, and that CPU usage rate is a bit too high. It shows that your CPU could be bottle necking the performance.
  10. I'm assuming your operating system is up to date. I would also suggest updating your bios, but you have an HP computer, and HP is a problem when it comes to this. The last company I'd buy a computer from at all is HP. HP is ass liquid, I had one just last year, and the last time they provided an update for my old computer was seven years ago. You can try and get a bios update from the link. If not, customer service might give you one, the problem is they will likely charge you for the service. If this were me, I'd be looking to replace this computer with another one enteily, because for some reason HP is allowed to sell PC's without updating to the bios. Link: https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/desktops
  11. Your games and operating system are on the SSD?
  12. Where do you have your games and operating system installed, your HDD or SSD?
  13. Did the stuttering stop? If not, I suggest you try it with G-Sync on. This is assuming you have a G-Sync monitor, at which point you can just use Fast Sync.
  14. When you say you tinkered with the nvidia control settings, which ones exactly? Have you tried turning on G-Sync or Fast Sync? You might be stuttering because your frame time is out of sync with your monitors refresh rate. You can also try bench marking it to get your average highest frame rate. If 40-50 fps is the most you get, then you might as well lock the target frame rate at that number and call it a day. You might get a more stable performance that way as well.
  15. Great! While you're at it, you should back everything up on a system image file in case something happens again.
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