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About QuantumBit

  • Title
    I think I'm good at computers because I can make part list...
  • Birthday June 2

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  • CPU
    Intel Core i5 6500 3.2 GHz
  • Motherboard
    MSI Mortar Arctic b150
  • RAM
    Crucial Ballistix Sport LT White (2x8GB) 2400MHz
  • GPU
    ASUS Dual 1060 6GB
  • Case
    NZXT S340 Glossy White
  • Storage
    1TB Caviar Blue, PNY CS1311 120GB
  • PSU
    Corsair CXM 450W
  • Display(s)
    the top selling one on amazon (1080p)
  • Cooling
    Stock cooler
  • Keyboard
    Some 9 dollar keyboard
  • Mouse
    Daedalus Prime G302
  • Sound
    Old speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Turns out the microphone that connects to the headset wasn't pushed in enough. Not sure why it worked on the laptop, maybe it used the laptops audio
  2. Hi I got a pair of Corsair HS60s yesterday and the mic doesn't seem to work. I've made sure I'm unmuted, i've tried with and without the USB converter it has, but all I can get to work is the speaker portion. The HS60 microphone shows up as an input, but when tested it makes no noise. When I toggle the mic mute, it makes a slight static noise. I plugged it in to a laptop with a dedicated headset port, and it worked there. I'm using an NZXT s340 and a b350 mortar arctic motherboard, and afaik there is no headset port, barring the headphone front panel jack, which I broke.
  3. Can someone explain the random 60MB download GlassWire says occured? It doesn't say what downloaded, it  just says some random link used the connection and I have no clue what to do with the link

  4. My CPU (i5 6500) is getting a bit old and as a result every background task (discord, firefox, etc) takes 20-40%. Besides upgrading, any tips?

  5. Only??? Haha I just need to make sure it can pass 100+, thank you
  6. Thank you! What speeds do you get vs. the wifi you pay for?
  7. I've had a PCI.E WiFi card for a while but it cant go past 60 Mb/s (it's supposed to be ~100). USB wifi don't work any better and running Ethernet is NOT an option. Powerline doesn't work any better either. The budget is around $50. Thank you!
  8. Did something happen to Wi-Fi? 100 Mb/s down isnt enough for three streams? Or maybe its my wifi card.

    1. EL02


      I have 15mbps connection and it's enough for 3 videos streaming at 1080p.

  9. Fortnite, well the BR was great (obviously I got burnt out after playing it every day for like two years) but FN: Save the World was an amazing game, well I haven't finished it, but I've gotten 3/4 done with the story. It's a really fun game w a great story and its only $20. Unfortunately they slowed down production and stopped the story, which sucks, but still a great game
  10. youre right, it almost does, but I might be able to fit it in. Will this mess with the GPUs fan?
  11. oh wow thanks my bad for not doing more research the GPU kind of blocks this, but i think the wifi card is slim enough. Thank you! (again)
  12. Hi, I recently installed a M.2 (XPG SX8200) into my system, but as a result my PCIe wifi card doesn't work anymore. I have two PCIe slots, one for the GPU and one for the wifi card (I'm using an MSI b150 Mortar Arctic), so I can't really move it around. Is there any possible solution? I haven't had a good experience with powerline (quite expensive too) or USB wifi adapters. Running an ethernet is not a viable option either. TYIA
  13. EDIT: Nevermind, Idk if its safe I assumed itd be fine, just wait for someone who knows abt this stuff to come by see here https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/715942-450w-psu-for-500w-gpu/
  14. I forgot to update, once I formatted to GPT, the drive showed up as unallocated, I right clicked on it > new simple volume and from there it was just a matter of clicking "Ok" until the drive showed up, thank you for all the help! Not sure if the SATA1 not being there affected it, but at the end of the day it worked