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About DonDerrick

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  • CPU
    i7 7700k (stock)
  • Motherboard
    MSI B250 Mortar
  • RAM
    GeIL 2x8GB 2400 DDR4
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 1070 WINDFORCE 8G (rev. 1.0)
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    Cooler master CM 690 II Plus
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    EVO 850
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    EVGA SuperNOVA 650 G2
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    Cooler master 212 LED Turbo
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    Razer BlackWidow
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    Logitech G402
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    Logitech G430
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    Windows 10

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  1. sorry i meant if this occurs when replaying in Full screen, i.e. It could be an interpolation issue playing a 1080p video at a slightly smaller window
  2. stupid question but does this happen when you watch the recording in full screen?
  3. try entering \\computer into the file explorer (replace "computer" with the name of the computer with the plex server)
  4. sorry misread your main question, have you tried through the control panel? mouse properties?
  5. Ok assuming you are using precision touchpad drivers: 1) a) Search for Touchpad in the search thing next to the windows button (go to step 2) OR b) Go to All Settings (Gear Cog Icon) in the Notification area and Click on Devices 2) Then go to the Touchpad settings scroll down untill you see "Scroll and zoom" then under that will be an option (tick box) to disable it
  6. I'm no expert at this but a little googling out of curiosity seems to suggest that the chip (NV102-a2) could be a NVIO chip , which apparently handles outputs for the main chip....?? Source: https://forums.guru3d.com/threads/daft-question.316867/ Source 2: http://ixbtlabs.com/articles3/video/gt200-8-p3.html?pages=gt200-8-p3.html source 2 says that RAMDACs are in the NVIO
  7. Always good to check the official website first, but: Minimum(720p): AMD Radeon™ R9 280 Recommended(1080p): Radeon™ RX 480 (No Radeon Recomdation for 4k HDR??) Source: https://www.finalfantasyxv.com/en/windows-edition
  8. If you bought it recently i recommend you return it if the store allows it (bend the truth and says its unusably slow). Looks like there may be an empty slot for the another stick of DDR3L RAM ( Youtube: ASUS X541UV RAM UPGRADE ) (Youtube: Asus VivoBook Max X541 disassembly and battery replace ) and maybe get a Samsung 120GB SSD AS i could not find a tear-down of your exact computer I recommend you check what components are in your specific computer before buying anything and Do make sure you DONT break any warranty void stickers if it is still in warranty
  9. It should work for your purposes but im not sure if it has any drawbacks, you dont have any other options untill you get a new monitor
  10. specifically something like this: Cables Kart DVI to VGA Adapter (Black) has to be active (says in the description DVI-D to VGA)
  11. I did smin similar, I went to the store to buy a 1060 but they had a Ex-Demo 1070 for sale for very little more so i spent my entire bank on that instead
  12. as said earlier, this card (according to the website) only had DVI-D (digital only) so you will need an ACTIVE adapter,.... or..... try find a ok dvi monitor second hand
  13. I say go for it, cheaper than doing a full upgrade to ryzen, plus you never know what games come out next and how cpu demanding they would be. I did something similar but went from a 7600 to 7700k (stock)
  14. Moto G4 Play 16GB AUD194 at harveynorman for now
  15. Yeah then any card is fine just check for the card you buy 1)if your Display resolution and/or cable is supported 2) if you have the correct power connections from the Power supply to the card(not sure of electricity costs but if that is a a concern, you may also want to check the cards power draw)