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About killersponge

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  • Birthday Nov 08, 1999

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  • Location
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  • Interests
    PC building and video games
  • Biography
    Lol what am I doing with my life ??
  • Occupation
    Sweet Shop manager + Army Cadet Force Instructor


  • CPU
    Ryzen 1500x
  • Motherboard
    MSI B350M Gaming Pro
  • RAM
    8 GB Hyper X
  • GPU
    Palit GTX 1060 3GB
  • Case
  • Storage
    2TB western digital Blue. 125GB m.2 SSD for OS.
  • PSU
    600 watt
  • Display(s)
    LG Ultrawide
  • Cooling
    Water Cooler
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 dual boot with Linux

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  1. Sadly it is the fastest plan as both connections to the house are Business and it doesnt help that we live in Wales
  2. Sorry my fault it is the full speed of the VDSL2.. but the download and upload speed is still in the 20s and 30s. BT is the fastest in my area as they own all the fiber lines in the UK
  3. Nope the internet speeds are correct. Are there any easy and free alternatives to Hamachi?
  4. Hi was just wondering if someone could help me with this. I have a server that I use to keep files on. The server is kept at my Dad's business then I connect to it from home via Hamachi. The problem I have is that the Read and Write speeds are incredibly low with an average of 1.60MB a second. But both internet connections read at 70MB a second each. Why are they so low, can someone help me with this. As well as this the Routers for both places are BT Business Hubs and they don't allow Port Forwarding!
  5. Might have something to do with where you have it plugged in on the motherboard. I mean I'm no water cooling expert myself but I had a problem of where the pump was just randomly kicking in. So I changed where it was plugged in and haven't had a problem since. Either that or it's something that's just come up due to age.
  6. It can easily be files that are left behind by software like chrome or even edge if you use that junk or worse internet explorer
  7. It will be the GPU it will be a bottleneck for the Ryzen 1600.
  8. Nope don't think any Ryzen processors have any form of on-board graphics.
  9. Try doing the disk defrag procedure. Or back up your data and wipe your drive and start from new. That's all I can say
  10. I have a GTX 1060 3GB and as well it uses 4GB of my arm. Now my only thought of why this is, is because the GPU needs more ram than what it can provide. There is no way to disable this in any way. (But then again I might be wrong) all I'm going to say is to jump up a 16GB ram kit. But really as it is now you shouldn't have huge issues.