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Sgt.Mak

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  1. 2 minutes ago, MyInnerFred said:

    Disconnect it, don't hook it up to anything.

     

    That monitors definitely gone bad, consider taking it to a monitor repair place. You can try to fix it yourself if you've had any experience soldering stuff, though if you don't want to bother then it's garbage.

    Aight.


  2. 8 minutes ago, MyInnerFred said:

    I believe you might have a bad cap in your monitor somewhere. 

     

    Since you've already tried different GPU outputs I doubt it's your GPU that's the problem, but just in case do you have a laptop or another desktop to test it out?

    It causes the laptop screen to blink as well.. Wtf.

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  3. So for like 3 days my monitor has been causing issues. When my pc starts it won't display anything instead the screen blinks with the power light and keeps doing it over and over.

    I've tried restarting the pc but I could hear audio playing through my headphones.. I tried unplugging the monitor power, I switched the port from GPU to mobo.. nothing.. But sometimes it works on its own after I've left it on for a while.

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  4. 32 minutes ago, porina said:

    Are you shocking the keyboard, or is it shocking you? There is a difference there...

     

    If you generate static charge on yourself by any means, then it is possible you will discharge that to any grounded metal surface, which might include that keyboard. This is not a hardware fault. This would usually manifest as occasional one-off events. Change your clothing or furnishings to different materials would most likely resolve it.

     

    Conversely, if there is some elevated voltage on the keyboard, that is shocking you, that would be a very different problem. It is unlikely for a keyboard to generate high enough voltages unless it has really weird lighting systems, so the more likely problem in that situation is the power supply in the PC malfunctioning. What is normally ground is some elevated voltage. This type of problem should be reproducible at will, and be continuous. If this is the case, it would be a safety problem.

    Umm so If I lift up my feet from the ground it doesn't shock. but If I have my feet on the ground it does shock.


  5. So I just got a Redragon keyboard... its not a plastic build... so now I'm constantly being shocked by the outline of the frame, CAPSLOCK n Scroll lock LED/logo.

    .. I dunno how to fix this electric shock I separated the keyboard wire from other cables, put a cloth under it and changed the USB port.. nothing has worked yet.

    This da Keyboard LINK

    Any solutions? 


  6. Hello,

    So I bought Razer DeathAdder 2013 RZ04-0084 6400dpi 4G (not from razer directly) . and its not getting detected by Razer Synapse.

    I've tried installing/re-installing with and without the mouse plugged in still says no device detected.

    I even installed the DeathAdder_driver_v3.05 even that didn't detect it.

    I then made sure it wasn't a fake. I entered the product info for warranty It detected it as a Razer DeathAdder Ergonomic Gaming mouse valid till 2020.

    It works fine. but I want to adjust the dpi for competitive gaming, currently if I swipe to fast it just gives out/stucks. 

    any tricks that you know about?

    OS: Windows 10 64Bit Version 10.0.16299 Build 16299

    plz h3lp,

    ~Mak.

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  7. So When I launch the game it loads up and when I click it goes into this border less fullscreen mode and whenever that happens, I get low fps in game like 55-60, Usually whenever it launches normally I get smooth 70+, even tho 55+ isn't that bad it still feels choppy.

    the game is up to date but I've had the issue in previous versions as well.

    I have a R5 1600 non OC, Gtx750ti 2gb latest drivers 388.31 released 11/15/2017.

     

    I'm on windows 10 pro build 1709 / 16299.19

     

    -Mak

     

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  8. Just now, Morgan MLGman said:

    Please keep in mind that H1Z1 is a poorly optimized game (which is still in alpha) so things like inconsistent performance and GPU not being utilized properly happen.

    I know, but I've been playing and streaming it for a month. but this update made it even worse .-. all I can think of now is keep updating windows hopefully they fix it.


  9. everything went to shiet with the windows 10 fall creators update...

    When in Game I get fps drops after every 5 sec..

    GPU usage spiking with just OBS open... <-Video

    I got 16gb of DDR4 2667mhz ram and a Ryzen 5 1600 6c12t CPU that can't be the issue..

    I play H1z1 it uses 9-10gb of ram, and it doesn't use 99% of GPU.... it would stay around 50-60%... giving me 58fps FPS, but sometimes it does go 99% and I get smooth 80fps

    I re-installed the Display drivers too, but it still fails to fully utilize the GPU most of time.


  10. So... I decided to update windows 10... the annoying message kept poppin up even tho I had blocked updates...

    I could stream and play h1z1 on 1280*960 and get around 70+fps... but now I can barely play on 1024*768 (Game settings remained the same. All low.)

     

    Clip After Windows Update (streamed at 30 fps but you can see the OSD)

    Clip : Before windows update. (streamed at 48fps)

     

    Specs: 

    AMD Ryzen5 1600 non OC

    Gtx 750Ti Twin Frozr (had it for 4 years)

    Corsair Vengeance 16GB DDR4 2666Mhz (last time I changed the ram speed from 2133 to 2667, Dunno if it changed)

     

    Latest Nvidia Driver : 388.00 23/10/2017

     

    I dunno what the problem is... the temps are normal for me;

     

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