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About Uptivuptiz

  • Title
    Barfing rainbows daily
  • Birthday May 13, 2000

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  • Interests
    IT, PC, Outdoor, Electronics, Gaming, White-hat hacking.
  • Biography
    My life is random, rapid and spontaneous. I would like to keep it that way.
  • Occupation
    RMA specialist and PC builder


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 9 3900X
  • Motherboard
    ASRock X470 Taichi
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengence Pro RGB 32GB (4x8GB) 3600MHz
  • GPU
    ASUS GeForce RTX 3090 ROG Strix OC
  • Case
    Corsair Crystal 680X RGB White
  • Storage
    3x256GB SSD (One m.2 NVMe, others are SATA) + 8TB HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair HX1000i 80+ Platinum
  • Display(s)
    AOC 27" 2770G4 and ViewSonic 24" XG2401
  • Cooling
    be quiet! Dark Rock 4
  • Keyboard
    Ozone Strike Battle MX Brown
  • Mouse
    Logitech G Pro Wireless
  • Sound
    SteelSeries Siberia 840
  • Operating System
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
  • Laptop
    Dell XPS 15 9570 8750H 16GB RAM 500GB SSD 1080p

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  1. It is the Intel i225-V that is (Presumably. Found the name on the driver downloads page for the motherboard.) in this motherboard.
  2. Can you perhaps supply a screenshot from your Device Manager on the machine? Did you download the driver from Gigabytes own website? Maybe try downloading the WiFi driver as well.
  3. I work in a RMA department of a eshop and we get a ton of RMAs on the wired version because the wire has come undone or the USB plug has failed, etc. so from a durebility standpoint the wireless version is the best. But if you're spending that kind of money for a wireless mouse I'd recommend you jump to the Logitech G Pro Wireless. But that's just my oppinion.
  4. The first step would be to uninstall GPU drivers with DDU. Then downloading the latets ones from Nvida's website, then install them and see what happens after that.
  5. There is a difference between Mb/s (Megabit per second) and MB/s (MegaByte per second). Internet speed is typically classified with Mb/s and read/write speeds on SSDs are typically classified with MB/s. Since you're stating that your network speed is "200 mb/s" i'm guessing that is in Mb/s. When you then go on to say that your disk utilization is "around 30 mb/s" so I'm guessing that is in MB/s. If you divide 200 by 8 to convert Megabits to Megabytes you get 25. This seems somewhat like the issue that you have here. Please correct me if I'm wrong in my assumptions.
  6. The only way (that I know of) to get out of a frozen boot is to unplug the power and and plugging it back in. Then try starting the PC again.
  7. I only lightly use Blender and haven't really tried anything else so I'm not really the person entiltle to answer those questions.
  8. For people just starting out with 3D the go-to is Blender. There's lots of good beginner turtorials out there and its totally free.
  9. This issue has been seen before. There isnt really much to do about it other than trying to limit performance as much as possible.
  10. You should be fine, altough I don't recognize that PSU name. The 3050 Ti hasn't been released yet (as you may know), but I'd figure that it's power draw is even lower that that of the 3060. So yes, if you want to be on the safe side get the 3050 Ti when it launches.
  11. The 3060 draws around 200W when peaking (this varies a little from model to model as there is no founders edition). The 4770 draws around 110-115W when peaking. This would leave you with a little headroom for other devices (hard drives, fan hubs, etc.). I would say this is fine if not a little close. You should still be good though. Do note that if you experience crashing where the computer just suddenly turns off (black screen) you might have to upgrade the PSU as sudden spikes in power draw from the GPU can trigger the fuse in the PSU (if you have a good quality PSU, wh
  12. Eyy its 2am here as well :D It sounds like its a Windows problem since it gets to the loading phase of Windows and then crashes.
  13. Hi and welcome to the forum. Could you perhaps give a more detailed description of what happens when it boot loops? Perhaps link a video of it? What I can think of going from what is already know about your issue I can really only recommend that you try and clear the CMOS.
  14. Hi and welcome to the forum! A Noctua NH-U12S or be quiet! Dark Rock Slim should ge the job done just fine and last for a long time. if you want something a little cheaper I recommend the be quiet! Pure Rock 2. I know some people are gonna recommend a Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo right off the bat, but that requires an upgrade kit to support the AM4 socket.
  15. You can try and start Windows in safe mode and remove the files. Disclaimer: I have never worked with Solidworks. What tips I share here is just from my general experince with programs behaving weirdly.