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Light-Yagami

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About Light-Yagami

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    Veteran

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  • Location
    My chair probably
  • Gender
    Male
  • Occupation
    Giving advice based on False evidence

System

  • CPU
    Intel core i7 6700K @ 4.7ghz
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Z-170A
  • RAM
    16GB DDR4 3000mhz
  • GPU
    Nvidia Geforce GTX 1070 Strix
  • PSU
    550W Cooler Master
  • Display(s)
    1440p 60hz, 1080p 144hz
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G610
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder
  • Sound
    Logitech G633
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    Dell XPS 9700

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  1. Sorry to hear that. I've had similar issues in the past, but I don't remember how I solved them. I think it had something to do with manually ingesting missing files into correct directories, but I can't say on top of my mind how it was done. I hope you get it fixed in a reasonable amount of time. These things are so toxic to fix.. I feel your pain
  2. It's a directx issue. I'd to a complete reinstall of the GPU drivers. With DDU utility. See if that fixes it. It doesn't only uninstall the drivers, it completely purges them. And then you reinstall from scratch.
  3. Could be. But I'm not going to install a shoddy 3rd party software to fix a Microsoft problem and clean my appdata subfolders when said 3rd party software doesn't clean up after itself when I uninstall it.
  4. No, it doesn't scale linearly. iGPU just needs 2gb and that's it. If you get 16gb, 2gb will be reserved and you'll have 14gb usable
  5. Do this: It's for testing weather PSU works. here's an article on it by Corsair: How to: Test a power supply unit – Corsair
  6. You don't need 750W Get a gold 550W from Cooler Master or BeQuiet. It'll be more than good enough.
  7. The solution to your problem is - more RAM.
  8. You have 6GB of RAM. You're trying to play ARMA 3 which is notorious for very high RAM usage. You need at least 16GB to drive that game properly. You're maxing out on RAM, so Windows is using your much slower SSD/HDD to store data. Because it needs to store upwards of 8GB there, it takes quite a long time to get all the data needed. Your PC ran fine the first week because it was a clean windows install, thus using a bit less memory. But now when Windows alone uses upwards of 3gb, just 3gb left over for everything else isn't enough. You need more RAM.
  9. In Europe, we'll get Snapdragon next year. I was at one of our phone sellers, they told me. Also this: Samsung to discontinue Galaxy S20 FE Exynos 990, probably after realising that Snapdragon version is better - Technology News (indiatoday.in) Samsung has been working with AMD for their GPU department, and they've bought ARM licenses to make chips. That alone is indication enough. And that was last year. I might be wrong thought. But I usually don't claim stuff I'm not fairly certain of
  10. I don't think so. And that isn't GPU dependent anyways. Everything that isn't 3D is run by the CPU. So if that's your use-case, consider a better CPU.
  11. Well.. I always say that Samsung has the best standard Android you can get. It's very user friendly. Some people will say that other Android devices from OnePlus, Google, Huawei, Xiaomi and others are better in some regards - but really - Samsung is the best entrance into Android. It also has very good cameras. But in that department, there are some other brands that do it better in edge cases. I'd recommend a Samsung Galaxy S20 - or wait till next year. I hear that AMD and Samsung collab will bear fruit next year, so we could possibly see some improvement in GPU depar
  12. I think it should be possible. You would just need to assign a specific task to a certain GPU. The problem becomes when you try to connect them. Such as - record gameplay from he first GPU with the second GPU.. Idk how you'd do that other than a capture card. But sure.. If you do independent tasks at the same time - I think it's possible. Just like laptops can use 2 GPUs at once for different stuff
  13. Bios > advanced settings > boot > boot priority/boot order/something along these lines. If there's a stack of names (usb drive, ssd drive, hdd drive), the drive that you installed windows on should be in the first place.
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