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About Speedbird

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  • Birthday 2000-11-08

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  • Location
    Tartu, Estonia
  • Interests
    Computers, railways and aviation.


  • CPU
    Intel Core i7-4790
  • Motherboard
    Asus Q87M-E
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LP 2x4GB 1866MHz CL9 + A-Data XPG V1 2x4GB 2133MHz CL11
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Windforce 3X GTX 970
  • Case
    Corsair Air 240 (white)
  • Storage
    Crucial MX300 750GB + WD Green 1TB (WD10EZRX)
  • PSU
    Corsair RM450
  • Display(s)
    ViewSonic VA2248
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-L12
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Strafe MX Brown
  • Mouse
    Logitech G402
  • Sound
    Onboard sound card, Logitech Z213 2.1 speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
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  1. Speedbird

    Itnernet Connection Issues

    It won't. Again if your connection is below 100/100 it'll handle just fine, even on WiFi. Over that it will handle too, but I suggest using ethernet. Ethernet can do up to 1 Gigabit, and no home router has higher bandwidth ethernet available right now.
  2. Speedbird

    What should i do

    I don't think you'll find any laptops with an i5, 8GB and Thunderbolt 3 with $300. With $600 you may find a used laptop with a better dedicated graphics adapter, but that likely won't run any AAA titles at 60 fps.
  3. Speedbird

    Itnernet Connection Issues

    Router setup isn't that complicated, you'd have to disable the DHCP server on the router and plug in the incoming ethernet to the LAN port. (not WAN). The ethernet ports are good for up to 1 Gigabit, and the WiFi can do 1167 mb/s theoretically, and if you have a wifi adapter that supports it. I can also guarantee from personal experience that you can get up to 100 Mb/s on Wifi if your hardware supports it. Then again, my hardware only had a theoretical maximum speed of 450 mb/s.
  4. Speedbird

    Buying a new pc need help with case

    NZXT has some pretty good cases. The S340 is my go-to case when my friends ask me to build a PC for them. Since your budget is a bit bigger too, I'd suggest you go for the H440.
  5. Speedbird

    Budget phone for my mom.

    My aunt bought a Moto G after I recommended it, and she's quite satisfied. I agree with Rossman, get a Motorola.
  6. Speedbird


    I'd say replace the Seagate HDD with something else, such as Toshiba. I have a friend who has had nearly 10 Seagate drives fail on him, so I'd stay clear of that, just in case.
  7. How many DIMMs of memory are you running? If multiple, try running with just one.
  8. Speedbird

    Itnernet Connection Issues

    Well, depends if you need ethernet. If you don't, a Ubiquiti access point is a much cleaner solution and you can either wall or ceiling mount it. If you need ethernet, what I'd suggest to do is buy an AC Wireless router with gigabit ethernet, such as the TP-Link Archer C1200.
  9. Speedbird

    Setting up a file server

    Set up a samba server if you have Windows computers. Also consider an external USB hard drive for your Pi, you can only put SD cards up to 32GB. https://www.raspberrypi.org/magpi/samba-file-server/
  10. Speedbird

    Itnernet Connection Issues

    I can also recommend Ubiquiti, however they can be a bit difficult to set up at first. You could also buy a router and set it up as an access point, disabling all the routing functionality. It also doubles as a switch so if you want to run ethernet from there to your PC, you can do that.
  11. Speedbird


    I think so. Try making one with Universal USB Installer.
  12. Speedbird


    Maybe try running the BitDefender Rescue CD?
  13. Speedbird


    Have you tried running Malwarebytes? https://www.malwarebytes.com/
  14. Speedbird

    Modem and switch setup

    You'd be better off with a separate modem and router than a combo. My suggestion for a router would be the TP-Link Archer C7. Assuming you're on DOCSIS (Cable internet), your best modems of choice would be from Netgear's CM series. Now I don't know what exactly you mean by "fibre", will it be all the way to the house or just a cabinet on the street?