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SOCOM_HERO

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About SOCOM_HERO

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    Junior Member

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  • Biography
    https://pcpartpicker.com/user/socom_hero/saved/#view=NF74CJ

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System

  • CPU
    8600K @ 5GHz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z370 Aorus Gaming 7
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair Vengeance RGB
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 1080 Gaming G1
  • Case
    Phantex Enthoo Pro M SE
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 EVO 500GB | Crucial MX100 256GB | 3TB Toshiba P300
  • PSU
    Corsair AX750
  • Display(s)
    Dell U2515H
  • Cooling
    Custom Hardline Tubing: EK Supremacy + 240 Coolstream PE + DDC 3.1 Pump Res Combo/Extended Res/Meyhems Pastel White
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K95 Platinum
  • Mouse
    Corsair M65 RGB
  • Sound
    Bose Speakers + Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro + AKG K240 MkII + Shure 840
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • Laptop
    Dell Latitude 7490
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  1. Via Spectrum cable - Ubee DVW32CB modem/router combo. I did call Spectrum a week ago and they couldn't find anything, even reset my modem administratively on their end, really nice tech support guy helped me out, incredibly. At that time though, I thought this was a Zoom issue, but clearly now I know it isn't after seeing this happen when not on Zoom. I wonder if they would exchange the modem unless anyone here thinks it is my PC hardware causing the problem. I believe it could be the modem, but not sure how so exactly. I tried running both dual lan on the motherboard I have to no
  2. Whole thing. Not just calls, although I mostly just stream video, and that buffers far enough in advance to work fine. Haven't tried it with games. Wifi seems unaffected.
  3. Hi all, Having issues with my ethernet connected desktop (relevant specs below) where internet connectivity completely drops for a split second or two and then restores. Creates frozen screens on zoom and sometimes it will display "internet connection unstable" but other times will not. It isn't strictly a zoom issue, the entire connection drops. Icon in lower corner turns to a globe/disconnected and location icon appears (probably disconnected as well). This has been happening for a few weeks now, no idea why, nothing has changed in my setup. I did try to plug in a new ethern
  4. Removed Afterburner Restarted, nothing changed. Used DDU in safe mode. Restarted, still have RTX Voice installed (no longer works due to drivers removed) - yes this is a GTX card, but RTX voice does work on it... I will find out if that is the cause shortly. FANS STOPPED, DOWNCLOCKS WORKING! Will now re-install drivers and see if I get the issue again. If so, I'll remove RTX voice and see if that fixes it. If so, I'll probably keep RTX voice around, just have it set not to start on windows startup. Update to come... editL It's a comb
  5. lol perhaps, but then it would really be cookin' with gas. When this thing folds I tend to get coil whine and it will churn out some heat then. I looked around before creating this thread and didn't find a lot of help on how to fix this. I may try a DDU wipe and reinstall. I will probably start by uninstalling afterburner and letting it get back to true stock speeds as even Afterburner can affect some settings at "stock".
  6. Only because it used to downclock and fan stop. I barely even game anymore, but it is just offputting knowing this thing is sitting at gaming clocks and power consumption while doing nothing.
  7. Recently started having an issue where my Gigashite GTX 1080 G1 8G is not downclocking at idle. I haven't run any of their software in ages because it is terrible. I only use MSI afterburner for OC. I've had the card for a few years now and only recently have started to notice this issue over the last few months. I don't think it is a driver issue. I've reset the card to stock in Afterburner, tried Adaptive and Optimal power settings in Nvidia Control Panel and nothing changes. Card is sitting at 49* at idle with 1% usage and 1695MHz core 850mV. Fans at about 20%, but t
  8. Wow! I didn't realize it was RTX voice. Gave that a shot just last week since I'm using zoom for everything and my mechanical keyboard is loud lol. That was it! Well, now I need to redo my OC settings again because I cleared them. C'est la vie.
  9. I've got a Gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX 1080, and recently have noticed the auto fan stop light is off (meaning the fan is on) at idle. I've googled this and reviewed some troubleshooting steps, but haven't solved it. Nvidia Driver: 445.87 Shadowplay disabled Adaptive power enabled MSI afterburner set to default clocks, force constant voltage disabled I already DDU'd in safe mode my old driver and installed clean. No errors there. It just sits at 49*C and 1695MHz core, 4513MHz mem. Even uninstalling Afterburner completely and reinstalling did nothin
  10. Same project here 8600K 12 hours. Is there a way to contribute CPU work to COVID??
  11. Not seeing descriptions of my WUs today. Wonder if the servers are hit so hard they aren't displaying them?
  12. All good. Glad I even got one worker! It is for Coronavirus, so that's good to know I'm helping where it is needed most. Updated my rig description as well.
  13. Folding now for team OCN - it's my main forum and have historically folded for them. I'll switch teams - you guys have better prizes lol. I immediately got the SARS COV-2 WU on my GPU (GTX 1080 OC'd). Waiting for one on my CPU.
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