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About IPickle

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  • Birthday September 13

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  • Location
    My Mum's Basement
  • Gender
  • Interests
    PC Gaming


  • CPU
    AMD Threadripper 1920x
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Zenith Extreme
  • RAM
    32GB Corsair Vengeance RGB 3200
  • GPU
    ASUS 3080 Strix OC
  • Case
    Be Quiet Dark Base Pro 900 (Limited Edition White 433/2000)
  • Storage
    Boot: 960 Evo 250GB + 2x 2TB WD Red + 1x 2TB WD Blue + 1x 256GB Samsung 850 Pro)
  • PSU
    1KW Corsair RM
  • Display(s)
    32" Asus ROG XG32VQ, 27'' Dell U2713HM
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master TR4 360mm
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K100 OPX
  • Mouse
    Corsair Dark Core
  • Sound
    Corsair Virtuoso
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64x
  • Laptop
    Dell G7 7790: Intel I7 8750H, 32GB RAM, RTX 2060
  • Phone
    Samsung S20 Ultra

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  1. One thing I would recommend is giving G Hub a go. can be found at https://www.logitechg.com/en-gb/innovation/g-hub.html . Most of the bugs have been ironed out and my g pro works on it
  2. Which software are you using? LGS or G HUB?
  3. Can you send a photo of said connector? if it was plugged the wrong way round, I doubt said fan would have worked
  4. Yeah, don't worry, I double checked that PSU and made an edit showing that. They do make some great stuff but unfortunately this one doesn't live up to the name
  5. Hey there, hope you're doing well. By the sound of things, you'll be fine. The 8 pin connectors only provide up to 150w each so the GPU should roughly peak at 300w. considering your CPU is a low power draw chip too, I see no reason as to why the PSU would be inadequate for your build. Plus Seasonic seem to be a really good brand and have a killer warranty. Edit: Having a look at your model, it doesn't seem to be a great power supply, just meh. I'd recommend switching it out at some point. not urgently but do consider it.
  6. I think that PSU should be perfectly fine in that build. EVGA are a very known and respected brand. If it was something else, like a cheapo, generic one. I'd advise against it. but you should be perfect Happy building!
  7. Hey there. Hope you're doing well. By the sound of things, you should be okay. I know viruses can seem super scary and all. I personally think you're fine and you shouldn't have anything to worry about. Defender found it and got rid of it. I'd delete that file in your downloads folder though if it hasn't been already. MS Defender has gotten super good over the years, to the point where that is the only thing I use other than common sense. If you have any super important info, it's good practice to back it up and if you're super worried, go for the reinstall. I really don't think it's necessary
  8. Might also be worth noting that many ISPs ask you to wait 2-3 days so that your connection can stabilise. and by the sound of things, that dongle of yours might also be the weak link here. I'd also vouch for you getting a LAN cable if at all possible. I know they're super messy and all. but they're very reliable and will give you a high chance of getting the speed you pay for.
  9. Hi there @cLukeTC. Welcome to the forum. You'll be happy to know that your machine will most likely support virtualisation. You'll most likely need to make sure to enable SVM in your BIOS. As @Cora_Lie linked, it should be under M.I.T. >> Advanced Frequency Settings >> Advanced CPU Core Settings. if you need any more help, the forum will be happy to assist.
  10. Hi there, Hope you are doing well. Have you tried reseating the CPU by any chance? when cleaning the CPU, the chances are you might have put a little too much pressure on it. also perhaps check to see if all the motherboard pins are intact. I had this exact issue on x99 and it wouldn't register memory because of it also remount the cooler, and screw the screws only finger tight, tight enough to get a good mount of force, but not too much Also don't panic, I don't think your CPU is dead Keep us all posted and I hope it goes well for you!
  11. From the MSI website (https://www.msi.com/Graphics-card/GeForce-RTX-2080-GAMING-X-TRIO/Specification) CARD DIMENSION(MM) 327 x 140 x 55.6 mm From the Cooler Master website (https://www.coolermaster.com/catalog/cases/mid-tower/masterbox-lite-5/) Clearance - GPU 400 x ? x ? mm In this case, all you need to worry about is the length of the card. And it fits pretty easily it seems. If you wanted to go bigger, you can always remove the HDD bays
  12. I wouldn't believe so as it isn't like you're getting an unfair advantage from it. Plus I'm sure Battleye are only going to ban someone for using something which alters the game code or ruins the experience for others. Changing settings on your input device would not be considered cheating. (You're essentially using the equivalent of Razer Synapse, Logitech G Hub etc.) but just a controller version if you get what I mean.
  13. You using PC or console. I believe that PC will have some software to help with remapping keys
  14. Now actually might be a perfect opportunity to jump to KB/M, the learning curve will be hard but is very well worth it as aiming is more precise than using sticks. Also a lot of the older FPS games like CoD have aim assist. R6 does not, hence why you might be finding it a lot harder.
  15. Hi there Shammikit. Hope you are doing well. I also haven't played FPS games on the controller for many years. When I moved back into PC gaming I found myself very disadvantaged when using it. That being said, I'm unaware of what platform you're on. However, talking about that is for another day. In my personal experience, here are some things that worked for me. 1: Go into some terrorist hunt missions and practice, practice, practice. 2: Make some adjustments to your sensitivity and controller/keybinds, using the stick to lean will make it harder to aim most