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myselfolli

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About myselfolli

  • Title
    bug hunter

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    Male
  • Interests
    WebDev, WebDesign, Gaming, PCs, Servers, Networking
  • Occupation
    Learning WebDevelopment, WebDesign and pretty much anything else I find even remotely interesting

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  • CPU
    i5-6600k
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Z170-A
  • RAM
    16 GB Hyperx Fury
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 980ti
  • Case
    NZXT s340 Elite
  • Storage
    250 GB Samsung 860 EVO boot SSD & 500GB Samsung 850 EVO data SSD & 1TB 860 EVO Steam Library
  • PSU
    Corsair HX750
  • Display(s)
    2x 27'' 1440p Asus pb277q
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i v2
  • Keyboard
    Razer Cynosa Chroma
  • Mouse
    Razer Mamba TE
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit

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  1. Try removing the RAM stick to verify that it's what causes the issue. I've never heard of a problem like that myself...
  2. Check that you have set your microphone set as the default recording device as described in Solution 2 of the guide I linked. Also, how is your mic/headset connected? From what I found online, it should have dual 3.5 mm audio jacks. Please make sure they are both plugged in correctly.
  3. +1 for Nextcloud or Owncloud. Setup is dead simple and you can generate links to share either specific files or entire folders. You can set up passwords for the links if you want and so much more. Definitely worth a try imho
  4. We won't really be able to help. Try contacting the google support here
  5. Check if Windows allows access to the microphone. There's a weird setting hidden somewhere in Windows 10, I'll try to find a guide. BRB Edit: Found a quick guide TLDR: Settings -> Privacy -> Check that the device has microphone access and that apps have access to the mic as well
  6. Budget (including currency): ~2000 € Country: Germany Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: AAA, Rainbow Six Siege and programming Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): - Looking to game at 1440p Ultra settings at just about anything. 144Hz+ would be nice - Also looking for a monitor (not included in the budget) - I have all peripherals Hi all! I'm planning a build for around
  7. Keeping your BIOS updated is always recommended, although in your case it shouldn't matter. If your system runs with the i5, it'll be fine with the i7
  8. Thanks for your help, I'll keep looking...
  9. My problem exactly. I've been trying to find really high res images I like and to edit them so I can use them properly, but they'd need to be at least 8k...
  10. That's a good start, but since one of my monitors is in portrait mode, none of the usual wallpapers work really. I theoretically need a 6560 * 1440 image as a background...
  11. Hi everybody! I've just recently treated myself to a third monitor, which I'm really enjoying. But I'm kind of OCD when it comes to the looks of my setup, and I want my wallpaper(s) to look decent. Since my setup is kind of unconventional, it's proving to be difficult to find something I like. I have three WQHD 2560 / 1440 16:9 monitors, two of which are horizontal and one (furthest to the right) is vertical. I like really minimalistic and/or abstract wallpapers, having them animated (I'm currently using wallpaper engine to achieve that) is nice as well. My desktops are
  12. Yeah I've never heard of a mobo dying like that...
  13. Sparks are usually not a good sign, if you want to understate it like that. Sounds like you fried at least your motherboard, maybe more
  14. Well then learning to play properly is your best shot
  15. That's... interesting. I suggest you learn how to play "properly" (the way it was intended), with keyboard and mouse though, playing with your laptop as a controller won't be a fun experience. We're talking about Steam's own in house streaming solution, just give it a quick google search
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