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About Lukep123

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  • CPU
    Core i5-4690K 3.50GHz
  • Motherboard
    Asus Z97-K Intel
  • RAM
    Kingston HyperX Fury 4x8GB
  • GPU
    Asus GeForce GTX 970 Strix
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide 500R
  • Storage
    Samsung Evo 850 250GB
  • PSU
    Super Flower Leadex Platinum 750W
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow Stealth
  • Mouse
    Razer Naga Epic
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. I see, thank you for letting me know. I probably won't be able to access another GPU, not even to borrow - mainly why I thought it'd be ideal to ask here instead. Is there anything else I can do? The GPU is due an upgrade but I don't have a ton of money floating around if this issue can be resolved.
  2. Hey guys, I encountered a strange problem today. My system that has been flawlessly working for 3-4 yeas wouldn't show any display this morning. As a result, I started normal troubleshooting. I assumed it would be the GPU but tested it last and it was indeed the problem. I then unplugged the GPU completely, connected the HDMI cable to the motherboard and the system boots and displays as normal. I tried a different monitor, cables etc and still, everytime the GPU is plugged in the system will not show any display. Even if he HDMI cable is connected to the motherboard, but the
  3. Hi, an update. I bought the device and it didn't improve.
  4. Hey, thanks for the tip, I'll purchase this now and hopefully it fixes the issue. I only purchased my one because they all seemed to be "3Mbps" rate. Will this new device improve anything specific over my old device? (So I know in the future what I'm looking for). I assume the advice from Windows about purchasing a Soundcard or needing to upgrade my PC is a load of crap?
  5. Hey. No other inputs showing on PC. Only; Microphone (Realtek High Definition Audio) & The Headset Audio (Which is worse than default Audio on both the Surface and PC). I thought the CPU didn't matter but I was told by Microsoft support (lol) that I need to update my CPU or purchase a soundcard. At the moment the bluebooth is connected via a USB dongle extension. Hey. What Input device are you using in your sound settings / bluetooth device? It does work perfect via my Surface but producs problems only on my PC. The bluetooth device I'm using it; https://www.amazon.
  6. Hello everyone, I just bought the Sennheiser HD 4.50 BTNC. Using it via Bluetooth and has been great. It works perfectly on my Windows Surface Pro 6 but seem to encounter a problem on my PC. I have done a few interviews and Discord/Skype calls and have been tld my voice is perfect via my Surface but sounds robotic and dreadful via my PC. The only difference I have found is; Laptop input = Microphone Array (Realtek High Definition Audio SST) PC input = Microphone (Realtek High Definition Audio) I thought maybe my voice was coming through the surface itself and not
  7. I'm 6'4 and I've been through quite a few chairs, I have found NobleChairs to be by far the best of the bunch. I'm not sure how widely avaliable they are in the US (I assume from your location & dollar currency) however, if possible, I would advise looking into them. I'm not an expert but I couldn't recommend it enough. Hope you find something that feels right for ya'
  8. Indeed. I was looking at that, but I am extremely fond of the Ducky One 2 RGB TKL RGB; https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/shop/index.php?l=product_detail&p=4284 Probably with the SilverMX, only heard good things.
  9. Thank you for your suggestion. Also, the G903 does look great. I think it'll end up being a 1 wire keyboard and probably the G903 or the G502 at this point. Thank you. It'll be the G903 or the G502 - just waiting for some extra reviews of the new G502. Unfortunately, that's true, and it looks likely it'll have to be a single wire keyboard and a wireless mouse. However, thanks very much for your input.
  10. Hello, everybody I'm feeling quite a drastic switch up of my setup. At least, attempting to try and get rid of as many wires as possible - starting with my keyboard and mouse. I've been going through quite a few wireless keyboards/mice, but none have captured me, unfortunately. The current mice I've been investigating are along the lines of the Logitech G903 & G502. The G903/G502 seems to be the best gaming mouse I’ve found, but If anybody has any other suggestions, I would love to hear them, as I’m not expert of wireless technology and if this mouse is as good as I think it is.
  11. Hey, I did check this originally, but unfortunately not. It cannot switch out antennas. If you have any recommendations of routers I can purchase I would be very happy to check them out. I did try and move it around and slightly increased the signal strenght, and with the added network card there has been quite an improvment, I can feel less lag, too - which is a great sign already. However, if you do have any other hardware such as an improvement router I can look into to further the progress I would much appreciate it.
  12. Hi, thanks for the advice. After having already purchased the network card, I will see if this improves the connection and if not, explore a different router and look into this. Thanks for taking the time to help. Hey, that's good to hear, hopefully it'll save me a bit of money if I don't have to purcahe another router. I have purchased the Wifi card you originally mentioned and once this arrives, I shall be moving the PC around and attempt to hopefully find a more reasonable signal. Right now, the router isn't even on the same floor. It's on the bottom floor, with the PC bein
  13. Hi, thank you for your response, and you're right, but I'm not really looking to run flawlessly, just attempt to improve the connection. The router is as follows, supplied from Vodafone; Model: HHG2500 Power Rating: 12V https://gyazo.com/09759b15a34037ba98d823eaafb33832 If the router is bad, which I assume it is, what would you recommend? I will also look into purchasing the new network card if you think this will assist with a new router. Although, the price isn't too much of a problem, the budget is more towards £200-£250 if you have other recommendations for routers or other ne
  14. Hello, I'll try and get straight to the point without trying to overcomplicate the issue. I have moved and the internet is quite reasonable, however, I'm unable to connect via ethernet (It's just not possible) and I'm reasonably far away from the router, as a result, the signal I'm getting is poor. I downloaded a Wifi Analyser and it has shown poor connection, I've also had multiple problems with the network in regards to playing games and having constant lag and when doing diagnostic with Blizzard (WinMTR) and has shown my connection is averaging 1100ms https://gyazo.com/40a9801c049561
  15. Thanks for the help, I will take a look at these now, thanks again!