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About doomsriker

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  • CPU
    i7 4770 (non k)
  • RAM
    16gb ddr3 1600
  • GPU
    MSI gtx 1070 Gaming Z 8gb
  • Case
    Cooler Master ATCS 840 server case
  • Storage
    4tb wd blue/ 1tb wd blue/ 1TB ssd
  • PSU
  • Cooling
    hyper 212 EVO
  • Keyboard
    Micro Innovations (PS2)
  • Mouse
    Logitech G700s
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 pro

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  1. Almost definitely the ram is getting knocked or the hard drive is freaking out
  2. Alright so like I previously said, I called Comcast and they said “it is fixed 100%” and I can confirm it is 100% still happening. Anybody have further suggestions?
  3. All PCs have a bottleneck, however your PC looks pretty balanced to me.
  4. Assuming you have the money and space I have heard great things about these https://www.amazon.com/Klipsch-R-51PM-Powered-Bluetooth-Speaker/dp/B07FKCP7PZ/ref=mp_s_a_1_5?dchild=1&keywords=powered+speakers&qid=1620359025&sr=8-5
  5. That is a pretty obsolete card at this point but that sounds fair enough if you can’t afford anything more high end. I wouldn’t say it’s a great deal just a fair price.
  6. What is your budget and are you specifically looking for powered speakers or would you be open to a pair of passive speakers and a mini amp. I found a pair of altec Lansing pc speakers next to a dumpster a while back, they had a tapered rounded of triangle design with mesh cloth grills; if these are the pair you have I do agree that they are pretty decent but the drivers are a bit small and the bass is a bit muddy sounding so you could do better.
  7. I don’t recommend during a hard drive for a boot drive as windows has a higher chance of getting corrupted that way but just to test the system and make sure that is the issue it should be fine just wouldn’t recommend it long term
  8. Oh sorry my bad. The Nvidea Quadra 2000 is a great budget used card as well if you have any of those available to you.
  9. I bought my GTX 1070 instead of a GTX 1060 back in December of 2016 because I wanted to “future proof” my build and I think my plan worked out a bit too well considering Nvidea just started producing  10 series cards new again to keep up with demand. My graphics card can’t be considered old when they are still making them new right? 😂

  10. *looks over to my trusty old GTX 1070* “it’s ok your still a powerful card in my book”
  11. I recommend going with the below FirePro V5800 instead if you want a 3 monitor setup.You will need either a couple DisplayPort to HDMI or DisplayPort to DVI cables, but those are pretty cheap. This card is way more powerful than a 710 (which is more of a graphics adaptor than a true graphics cards) as well. https://www.ebay.com/itm/124711672008?hash=item1d096518c8:g:WIUAAOSwNcFgkzd6
  12. Sorry for the late reply but I would still venture to guess that your os drive had a broken component or one that is giving out because I have had all the symptoms you are describing in the past when I have had a corrupted OS (happened to me 3 times over the years)
  13. PS1 will be compatible with a lot of the same solutions as the PS2. As for DS good luck with that. Your options are tracking down a dev or show unit (both very rare) or somehow making a 3ds/2ds with a video output mod which is an extremely tricky mod if you can even track down the necessary parts. The one guy who was making them to sell just retired and it doesn’t look like anybody else is up to the task.
  14. Depending on the bios you may need to go from simple bios over to advanced