Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

ScaryLarry38

Member
  • Content Count

    47
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Awards

This user doesn't have any awards

About ScaryLarry38

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday Jan 11, 1994

Contact Methods

  • Discord
    ScaryLarry38#0963
  • Steam
    Scarylarry38
  • Battle.net
    ScaryLarry38#1972

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 2700X
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450M BAZOOKA
  • RAM
    16gb Corsair Vengeance RGB 3666Mhz
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1080
  • Case
    Corsair 200r
  • Storage
    500 GB HDD / 2 TB HDD
  • PSU
    500W EVGA
  • Display(s)
    Main : LG Ultrawide @ 2560 x 1080 25 inch Second : Acer @ 1600 x 900 21.3 inch
  • Cooling
    Ryzen Wraith Spire cooler
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 LUX rgb
  • Mouse
    Corsair Scimitar pro
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Problem Event Name: MoAppCrash Package Full Name: Microsoft.GamingServices_2.45.11001.0_x64__8wekyb3d8bbwe Application Name: praid:GamingServices Application Version: 10.0.19041.3918 Application Timestamp: 379e7f3a Fault Module Name: ntdll.dll Fault Module Version: 10.0.19041.488 Fault Module Timestamp: 70e69bad Exception Code: c0000008 Exception Offset: 000000000009fcca OS Version: 10.0.19041.2.0.0.768.101 Locale ID: 1033 Additional Information 1: d38e Additional Information 2: d38e4ecbb4ca6ace31fb21c8a7b17259 Additional In
  2. In MSI Afterburner I had increased the Core Voltage up 20% and in RDR2 it did play for a bit longer. But still encountered the same problem. Entire PC froze and I had to turn it off by holding the power button again. However I did not get the GamingServices stopped working in the Reliability monitor this time.
  3. Okay so it seems whenever I pin my gpu at 100% while gaming (82C) my entire computer seems to freeze. Completely locked on a still frame. I have tried increasing fan curves, using the windows troubleshooter, and I even unistalled and reinstalled the Windows GamingServices. The reason I did reinstall it is because in the Reliability monitor every time my pc crashes I get the Problem Event "MoAppCrash" for "GamingServices" in the windowsapps folder. Anyone know why this is happening? This is a brand new thing that is happening to me, I updated windows yesterday and I have already updated my GPU
  4. So I've been looking across various sites, Amazon, BestBuy, Walmart, even Target, trying to find a great deal on a 1440p 34" Ultrawide with anything over 100hz. I currently have a 27" ultrawide at 1080p and 60hz. And of course I want a upgrade. Preferably a monitor under $500, if it does exist. I have seen some float around $350 but they have 60hz, or they have everything listed above, but have 8ms response time, which doesn't sound ideal. So has anyone seen any good deals on a 1440p, 34" 100hz+ monitor?
  5. So just recently I broke my Galaxy s8+'s display after two full years of no scratches, and it was in its case too! So yeah the screen is completely spiderwebbed and its bugging me to the point where I feel as though I need a new phone. However my predicament is that my phone is on a 30 month plan (its been 24 months already) so there is still a payout of about $250 if I want to upgrade. So this initial fee limits my options quite a bit because originally I just wanted to finance a Galaxy s10 for 24 or 30 months. But then I saw the massive price of $1000 USD, and as a college student I really d
  6. So basically we had just built this pc with a new cpu, Ryzen 5 2600x, with an ASUS ROG Strix B450 motherboard, all brand new. It was all hooked up, all the cables properly connected, but when we went to go turn it on it did not start. This is strange because the front panel IO connectors are all in the right place based on the manual, and the ethernet cord is even lighting up on the motherboard, an indication that it is receiving power. I have tried putting the power switch IO connector into every single io connector pin slot, tried the switch, and nothing. Maybe its the internal PSU power swi
  7. So i'm in the market for a new gpu, and since the RTX 2080 was announced i've noticed that there are a lot of used gtx 1080s and the price for a new one is dropping significantly. So im looking to buy a 1080, but im worried it would be overkill for my two 1080p 60Hz ultrawide monitors and I don't want screen tearing. So my question is, couldn't I just increase the resolution in game to say 1440p or a higher ultrawide monitor to make the image look smoother and to work my gpu harder? Or would the scaling be messed up
  8. Im probably just gonna get a 1080, and if the 1170 is out when I buy a gpu, which I doubt, then ill grab that one
  9. So i've been planning on building a new gaming pc that can also be used as a workstation (gonna have a ryzen 7 2700x w/ 16 gbs of 3000 ram). The only problem is the graphics card. I want a high end card and I've been eyeing a gtx 1080 for a while now, but now with the recent news of the "confirming" that the 1180 will be released around August 30th makes me wonder if I should just wait for the that and the extra 200$ that comes with the price. The age old question of should I wait for the 1180 or 1170? or just grab a 1080. Also im only gonna be gaming on two 1080p 75hz ultrawide monitors, so I
  10. So im planning on buying a AOC i2769Vm from Amazon, which is a 27 inch 1080p monitor. Before I do this I have a question. My brother had bought two Asus 24 inch 1080p monitors and those are beautiful, but I was wondering if the extra 3 inches of diagonal width would make the picture look grainy because of the resolution, like is it enough to still enjoy a 27 inch monitor? Would it ruin the experience and should I just get a 1440p 27 inch monitor instead for another 100 - 150$? If so point me to another 1440p 27 inch for a good price, looking no more than 250$, I wanna run dual monitor and I do
  11. So I just put together a brand new system, everything is brand new except for the gpu (750 tI) Its all said and done, turns on, but no post. We already have taken out the gpu so that is not the problem, we tried resetting the cmos with a screwdriver, not sure if it did the trick but was attempted. Not sure what is going wrong here. Any ideas? any help?
  12. So I've had this hard drive with my OS on it for about 6 years. Every piece around this hard drive has been replaced over these six years. So its basically in a whole new pc. I'm saving up for a entirely new pc in the coming months, and this one is on its last legs. Constant OS crashes. Takes forever to start up (this has been a thing for three years). Sometimes windows explorer crashes and the entire screen goes black with an error message that windows explorer has crashed. Sometimes when it crashes loading a game that is too tasking on the hard drive, when I go to CTRL + ALT + DEL that crash
  13. Yeah that is probably what I am gonna do, just gonna wait for the monitor to come in tho, just to make sure it is not posting
  14. So I had just built a computer for my brother from scratch, and since we want to play Sea of Thieves together, I had got him a ryzen 3 2200g because gpu prices are outrageous now. So I assembled it all together, and then when I turn it on, it all lights up, like fans run, the eclipse p400s is a beautiful case and all. But on my motherboard, the MSI b350m gaming pro, the cpu "EZ debug" light is on. Now I know there is a bios update for the motherboards for the new ryzen apus, and I havent hooked up a monitor to it yet so I don't know if it posts, it might not because it does not detect the cpu.
×