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About MysticDragon

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  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 4790 3.60 ghz
  • Motherboard
  • RAM
    16gb ddr3 drucial Ballistix Sport 1600ghz
  • GPU
    gtx 780 ti gigabyte overclocked edition
  • Case
    coolermaster n300
  • Storage
    1tb sata II WD green | 1tb sata III WD blue | 240gb sata-600 Crucial M500
  • PSU
    Corsair RM Series RM750
  • Display(s)
    BenQ GW2460HM
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper 412S
  • Mouse
    razer ouroboros
  • Sound
    beats studio v2 wireless
  • Operating System
    windows 8.1 pro 64 bit

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  1. Title says all really, I broke off a headphone jack in my phone and I have tried a lot of things to get it out (nothing has worked). So I am looking at usb c to 3.5mm + another usb c connection for charging to bypass the issue, will this work for the s10+?
  2. How do I check the ram? Other then re-inserting it. I doubt it's sata, only 2 out of my 4 ssd's are Sata and the only SSD that truly is active and has everything on it (rather then used as storage) is my primary m.2 The sata connections should also be clipped in with no where to move unless you clip them out
  3. Nothing as far as I am aware, other then windows and gpu drivers.
  4. I did not play around in the bios and rather avoid doing so unless I know the solution is there. Power options to power saver doesn't work.
  5. For about a few weeks now my pc instead of going to sleep just stays on for several minutes before shutting down. I have tried to fix it but have been unable to do so. Anyone know the solution to this? Pc specs, just in case they're relevant. Motherboard: Asus z390-A GPU: Rtx 2080 Ti CPU: I9-9900k Memory: G.Skill Trident (16 gigs 3200mhz, cl 16) SSD 1: Samsung 860 evo (1tb) SSD 2: Crucial M500 (240GB) ((Has a windows installation, ex-primary drive)) NVME.2 SSD: Samsung 970 pro (512 GB) ((Has a windows installation, primary drive)) NVME.2 SSD2: Samsun
  6. Thank y'all for the help, I nuked my entire windows temp file. Now things make more sense
  7. I am pretty sure it is the controller spoof software a friend and I used to make a ps3or ps4 controller act as a xbox in windows, nuking everything now.
  8. Well it crashed 25% through, but windows own scanner says there are 228 gigs of temp files. It however refuses to show me with
  9. Just did, 100 gigs being used. Throwing two virus scanners at my computer now.