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About bgibbz

  • Title
    Fly the W!
  • Birthday Feb 14, 2000

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  • Interests
    Computers, Aviation, Engineering
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  • CPU
    i7 6700k
  • Motherboard
    MSI Gaming 7
  • RAM
    16gb DDR4
  • GPU
    GTX 1080Ti
  • Case
    NZXT H440 red and black
  • Storage
    2tb seagate baracuda, 2x 500gb samsung Evo Raid 0
  • PSU
    evga 750 w 80+ gold
  • Display(s)
    27" asus monitor 1080p
  • Cooling
    corsair h105
  • Keyboard
    Corsair k70 cherry mx brown
  • Mouse
    Finalmouse Turney pro
  • Sound
    HyperX cloud II
  • Operating System
    windows 10

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  1. Wake on LAN is predominantly enterprise feature that works by broadcasting “magic packets” over a network. The target computer receives these packets and powers on. This is would allow you to boot your computer from your phone or another computer anywhere in your LAN quite easily. To be able to boot from outside of your LAN, you would need to port forward and likely setup a dynamic DNS.
  2. System 32 is where a lot of the pre installed tools are installed (like reg edit). You want to be able to navigate to these files outside of the cmd prompt. Additionally, people would complain if there was a storage black whole, which would be a likely affect of hiding system 32. There is also plenty of legitimate uses of that folder for fixing stuff in windows as well.
  3. You typically have to disable fast startup and hibernate in windows. Have you looked into wake on LAN?
  4. I wouldn’t worry it, you are still well within the safe temperature threshold.
  5. A general rule of thumb is to have more intakes than outputs (though just barely more). This is to create positive air preasure in the case (air preasure in the case is higher then outside of the case) which repels dust entering through unvilltered openings of the case. I don't know where your side fans are located, but perhaps move one of them to the front for intake. Bring air in through the bottom and front and out through the top and back.
  6. It is mostly personal preference. I personally dont notice any jagged edges and i play with AA off. (I play on 1080p 144hz)
  7. What is the monitor/ how old is it? Your monitor may be dead/ dying and producing the green lines. You should also try reinstalling the GPU drivers. Uninstall using DDU and reinstall from Nvidia's website. If neither the monitor nor the drivers account for the issue, your motherboard is the most likely bet if the problems persist on integrated graphics.
  8. your CMOS battery may be dead, try replacing that. Also, not much point unplugging the PC from the wall everynight, when shutdown your PC will use a pretty negligible amount of power.
  9. No, that is a workstation grade GPU and it is not designed to run games (though it can, just not well). Your are better off investing in another GPU (something like the gtx 1060) and then you could use your quadro to encode stream with. What are the rest of your specs?
  10. Actually... I seemed to have fixed it. I simply uninstalled the monitor from device manager and rebooted and now it works... which is weird because i did that several times before posting this to no avail
  11. I clean installed windows yesterday, but i am having an issue getting my display (benq xl2720z) to correctly run at 144 hz. Previously, i went to nvidia control panel, set resolution, then the refresh rate dropdown would have an option for 144hz. It does not however. I then created a custom resolution, manually set the refresh rate to be 144hz, but the custom resolution doesnt apear to be saving. I am unable to select 144hz as an option from within games, so i assume that somehow the monitor isnt being recognized as 144hz. I manually installed the drivers from benqs website, and gpu drivers ar
  12. Not entirely sure what to title this, so pardon the vague title. Basically, i had an issue with my iphone where audio from headphones would be mixed with frequent static "pops", making it very annoying to listen to. The headphones worked fine on other devices. I assumed that the issue was most likely due to gunk buildup in the audio jack, so i decided to use a syringe to spray some Isopropyl alcohol inside of the jack (not my brightest idea). I did this, hoping that the jack would be mostly waterproof, but turns out that a decent amount of the alcohol penetrated into the phone. The original is
  13. Simply use a 4 pole 3.5mm to 3 pole 3.5mm adapter. Edit- there are tons of them, here's one that should work
  14. This sounds like a house wiring issue. While turning on a power heavy device can effect the power in the rest of the room (ie when I turn a powersaw on the lights dim briefly) it shouldn't effect a pc enough to cause it to crash.
  15. I'm not quite understanding what you are asking... you are comparing two different things. 2.4/5ghz refers to the wave frequency of the wifi waves. Power line Ethernet does not use wifi. Also, keep in mind that the speeds you are describing are theoretical. Actual speeds will be lower.