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REVERSEDSKIES

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About REVERSEDSKIES

  • Title
    Member

Contact Methods

  • Discord
    REVERSEDSKIES#2149
  • Twitch.tv
    twitch.tv/reversedskies

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Female
  • Interests
    Music production / servers / networking (mainly music tho :3)
  • Occupation
    Full time student

System

  • CPU
    AMD FX-6300
  • Motherboard
    asus m5a97 le r2.0
  • RAM
    2x 8GB DDR3 1866MHz
  • GPU
    Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 Dual X with boost
  • Case
    some randon Sharkoon case
  • Storage
    500GB Kingston SSD + 500GB Western Digital Blue 2.5 inch + 250GB Hitachi 3.5 inch
  • PSU
    550W Antec PSU
  • Display(s)
    Acer K222HQL + Dell 1908FP
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper 212
  • Keyboard
    Random Trust keyboard
  • Mouse
    Trust GXT 155
  • Sound
    Audient ID4 + Behringer U-Phoria UMC404HD using Beyerdynamic DT 990 Pro + Unknown Pioneer speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 (I miss 7 already Q-Q)
  • Laptop
    HP Probook 650 G1
  • Phone
    Motorola Moto G8 Power

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  1. Hi all o/ Soooo, this hadn't occurred to me before, but my CPUs power draw (according to HWmonitor) is only about half of the TDP. Does that mean I'm leaving performance on the table? My CPU is an FX 6300. 6-core, overclocked to run at 4GHz all cores. And the thing is it runs just fine at 4GHz. Only thing is, the TDP is 95 WATT and it doesn't put out a ton of heat either. Running Prime95 or Furmark's CPU burner all cores get stuck at 100% utilization but it still doesn't even reach 47,5 WATT and the temperature doesn't even come above 30. During gaming it still doesn't use any more p
  2. Yeah if selling was an option. Which it isn't here. And I like tinkering. So i'll take @Salty Crocs's advice and try things out. Thanks by the way :3 Also. Why the hell is everyone here always like "upgrade upgrade"? like answer the question. I'm not asking for your opinion, i'm asking for an answer to my question for crying out loud.
  3. Hey all o/ So I wasn't sure how I should title the post so sorry if it's a bit confusing, but let me explain. I have a Radeon HD 7950 and a GTX 1050 Ti. Some games run better on one, some better on the other. One is better at this than the other so both have a use. Now, I haven't had this for too long, but how do I set it up so I can select which game uses which GPU? I don't have integrated graphics (not sure if that would matter or not). One thing I would like to do for example is use one for decoding my stream and have the other completely available for a game.
  4. That would honestly be a great idea. I need that in my life
  5. Guess I'm just out of luck then It used to work just fine but of course Microsoft has to force everything down your throat. Great. Yes, i get it an AV is important and all but it's useless if it slows your system down all the time.
  6. Well it shouldn't really matter what registry keys they are. But they're registry keys to disable windows defender because it's slowing down my entire system. And yes, I have tried just turning off real-time protection and such but everything I disable there within the settings menu will just be re-enabled in like 15 minutes without me doing anything. (that has happened from the very beginning that I've used Windows 10 that's why I resorted to the registry keys). Again I used those registry keys before the version update but no windows just automatically removes them. Keys are: (located in H
  7. Hi everyone! Sooooo, as you might have guessed from the title, my Windows 10 is removing my registry keys at startup, meaning they can't even take effect at all. Thing is, I don't know why it's doing this or how or how to stop it from doing it. I had these keys before but a version update removed them, which I guess I can understand, but now they won't stay at all. Anyone had this problem and has a solution? Thanks!
  8. yeah i had a feeling. And i know about ninite but that doesn't have the programs I use so it's kinda useless for me
  9. Okay, my bad, I thought they were flash chips as well. But then, if they're solid state capacitors, how is it that they last so long? I know capacitors can last quite a bit longer than flash chips, but given how much RAM is being utilized, how much is written to it, how do they last so long?
  10. Hi everyone! Soooo, sorry for the long title, I just didn't know how else to word it. My question is as follows: How can i setup windows so that everything, and i mean everything (my libraries, program files, appdata) besides the operating system itself, is on a separate drive so that I can reinstall windows very easily without having to completely reinstall every program as well. I understand that things like directX, the redistributable pages and .net frameworks need to be reinstalled to get the latest versions and all, but that's pretty minor. Currently with all
  11. I already mentioned networking and i already mentioned that the only thing capable of keeping up with an 80Gbit connection would be a RAM disk. Also mentioned this is a totally hypothetical question. It's just an idea, I'm aware no SSD is gonna keep up.
  12. Hi everyone! Knowing myself I'm surprised it took me this long to ask this question. But why on earth does RAM last so long? Everyone knows that flash memory wears down. I mean an SSD has a maximum amount of reads and writes. It's not always the same and I'm sure that 2 of the exact same SSDs will each be slightly different in terms of how much can be written to or read from them, but in the end they have a limit. USB flash drives probably do too although I've never had an SSD or USB fail from too many reads and writes, but there's a limit. So how is it that the f
  13. Hi everyone! Sooooo, I got this idea when i found the bandwidth of displayport again. Depending on which version of DP you have it can get pretty fast. Displayport 2.0 has a maximum bandwidth of 80Gbit like dayum! So the question that popped up in my head was: could you use displayport to transfer data similarly to USB or ethernet? I mean it would be much faster than even 10gigabit ethernet. Obviously not as simple, but could it be possible? I'm not a programmer, but could you make a program that accesses the DP connector and sends data from one machine, than on anoth
  14. Yeah i know that chrome for android doesn't support extensions, which is why i thought pretty much no android browser supports them. It does indeed seem that Firefox offers limited extensions but it's nice to se they at least support it. Phones are fast enough and have enough RAM nowadays to support extensions IMO. Maybe Edge for android will someday support extensions too. It's a good workaround but still annoying that it's not a solution when you wanna use the YouTube app. The mobile YT website is kinda slow tbh
  15. Wait since when are the android browsers with extension support?
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