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About Lewellyn

  • Title
    T H I C C legs good, T H I N N legs bad.
  • Birthday Mar 27, 1996

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  • Steam

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  • Location
    Now and Then, Here and There
  • Gender
  • Interests
  • Biography
    I have no wallet, but I must Steam.
  • Occupation
    nein, just visiting


  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 1700 @ 3.9ghz
  • Motherboard
    Asrock X370 Taichi
  • RAM
    16GB(2x8) Hyper X Fury DDR4 2166
  • GPU
    EVGA 2060 SUPER...HOT
  • Case
    Quarsair Carbide 300R
  • Storage
    256GB Samsung 850 Pro
  • PSU
    Quarsair RM 750W
  • Display(s)
    Acer 1440p 144hz Freesync
  • Cooling
  • Keyboard
    Quarsair K70
  • Mouse
    SteelSeries Sensei
  • Sound
    Hyper X Cloud
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64-bit

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  1. This issue is persisting and affecting other games as the clock drops and locks to 300 mhz. I believe this issue is tied to the Nvidia equivalent of AMD powerplay from this video: Here is a screenshot of my HWmonitor.
  2. Ryzen 1700. I cap the framerate in the settings and have turned it off to test, it doesn't matter if capped or vsync'd. CPU and GPU temps are low. 60C max on each. It looks like it is downclocking to the 2D clock speed. I'm testing turning off and on wallpaper engine, but the problem with this issue is that it's completely random and only happens with this game.
  3. Specs in profile. Independent of gameplay, while playing WoW Classic the game drops from 120 fps down to 30's. The 'utilization' spikes to 100%, while the clock drops from 1380 mhz to 580 mhz. Already tried: Addons disabled. NVIDIA power mode in the control panel. Vsync toggled. Temps are low.
  4. Forgot to add: I cleared the CMOS every now and then between switching parts. There's a button on the back IO, I took the battery out, and I switched the onboard shorting switch of 3 prongs.
  5. x370 taichi, ryzen 1700, hyper x fury 2666, gigabyte gtx 970, corsair rm 750 My computer was running fine beforehand. I was installing a hyper 212x cooler on the cpu and then it wouldn't post. Dripped some thermal compound (cooler master) on the board but only on the plastic. Post debug code b2 (misread initially as 62, but it's b2). I went through the process of reseating the cpu, ram, and gpu. My computer boots sometimes now and stays on but need some time to see if there is an issue of crashing. I found this thread on it and a few others. Is i
  6. What I'm interested in is making sure that downloading a game doesn't soak up all of the bandwidth so that it kicks people off their multiplayer or voice calls.
  7. I have a 100mbps line, and there's a router setting for limiting downstream bandwidth. Does this limit the entire connection to say 70mbps or prevent single users from going over 70mbps? There's no QoS setting so I'm not sure.
  8. @Sauron @Beer_Nontitju @Syntaxvgm @Cookybiscuit @Misanthrope Cardboard cutout corporate pandering from AAA game studio gets lauded as noble by a bunch of dweebs who call any disagreement/criticism sexist. NEXT. Really doesn't make sense why they didn't just make her Russian, or French, or add any context whatsoever to the train-wreck Michael Bay trailer. I bet they did in fact know the media storm it could create and that's a major reason for it. Character customization is a multiplayer game trend to sell you cosmetics and they're actually doing it for money under
  9. Yeah I went ahead and moved to qbit and used a script to move everything over.
  10. damn... uTorrent 2.2.1 isn't even susceptible to this if I'm reading through posts correctly. Fearmongering ruining a perfectly good client.
  11. I would, but B75 doesn't support overclocking. Unfortunately I started with a budget build that only included a dual core and then bought the unlocked 3570 for $15 more thinking I'd eventually upgrade to a different board. By the time I had discretionary income a lot of the Z77 boards online, without risking pre-owned on ebay, had jumped in price. And if I bought a new board I'd have to sell the old one. It was easier to simply adopt a new system and pass down the old one.
  12. Just posting benchmarks at stock speeds out of the box before overclocking. I sidegraded to a Ryzen 7 1700 build and passed down my old components to my brother. Old: Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3H HyperX Blu 16GB(4x4) DDR3 1600 CL10 Intel i5 3570k @ stock 3.4Ghz 3.8 Turbo Gigabyte GTX 970 4GB New: Asrock X370 Taichi HyperX Fury 16GB(2x8) DDR4 2666 CL16 Ryzen 7 1700 @ stock 3.2Ghz Gigabyte GTX 970 4GB 3DMARK Metro: Last Light (3570 on top) Witcher 3 Novigrad Run (3570 on top)
  13. Maintaining high framerates for 120 or 144hz is a realm for strong single thread performance. If that's your goal then it's probably a good idea. Unless I'm misinformed.