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    Just your average everyday techy teen.
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  1. Apologies for the delayed response. Anything above 1803 (This includes 1809) has issues. 1709 and below (Including Windows 7) work just fine. The problem behind it is not everyone can downgrade to 1709 (I can, but others can't as maybe it's not their computer, but their parents as an example). That's why I am trying to find a solution that'd work for everyone hopefully.
  2. Sadly, it did not help. At least not game-wise. Really helped with boot times and just overall performance/quality of life though!
  3. I'll sum this up to keep it short and simple: I play an Asian-based game on Windows 10 (Absolute latest version). I and many others have been reporting frequent game hangings on Windows versions 1803 and above (1709 and below have no issues, this also includes Windows 7 having no issues). The issue doesn't seem to fall back to the CPU, or GPU, but rather the IO. All drivers are as up to date as they can be. I've tried paging (Which did nothing to help), disabling Windows Defender (Which did significantly help, but the game still frequently stutters/hangs for about a sec
  4. I completely forgot to mention that one of my friends tried Locale Emulator (https://xupefei.github.io/Locale-Emulator/) and stated that it worked for him. When I tried it, it didn't change a thing aside from the login menu while for him it changed everything and ran just fine.
  5. Hi, so I had a quick question. Recently I've been messing around with an Asian-based game and the font always seems to default to Arial Unicode MS. The problem behind that is the game doesn't support it that well at all, thus causing stuttering every so often. Its original font seems to be JhengHei (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/typography/font-list/microsoft-jhenghei). I believe it also uses SomaM. I asked a few of my friends who play the same game as me (Some been playing for ages) they said that Windows 7 mostly didn't have this issue and supported it just fine ou
  6. So recently I've been tinkering with a Korean-based game's source code (It was made public after its shutdown). What I noticed is whenever I launch the game utilizing my default region (United states) the game would frequently stutter every X amount of time (Meaning like lets say after a minute the game would freeze for a second or 2 and resume as normal. This would happen each time). If I change my computer's region to Korea though, it completely fixes all the issues and I have an enjoyable lag-free experience. Would this be due to different Unicode formats, or because of fonts? I
  7. Hi, I am looking for actual good quality lesser known wireless gaming mouses. I've gone through Logitech, Corsair, etc. for mouses and honestly, I am just not a fan of the quality. I've seen a few like Glorious and whatnot, but they don't have wireless mouses from what I could tell. I want it to fit the white aesthetic of my Ducky keyboard, but either I am blind or it's kind of hard to come by (Not that experienced with mouses)? If anyone has any suggestions, that'd be great!
  8. The budget is flexible, though preferably no more than $2k. Obviously people will say "Just tear it all down and build from scratch", but if some stuff can be preserved to save extra $, then why not.
  9. Budget (including currency): N/A. Looking for ideas. It can expand if it's worth it to the appropriate graphics card/part. Country: United States Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Games: Warzone, Valorant, Smite, Minecraft, and CS:GO primarily Development: IntelliJ Idea and similar programs by Jetbrains Other details CPU: i5-8400 MOBO: ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. TUF B360M-PLUS GAMING S GPU: Gigabyte Windforce GTX 1050 3GB SSD: PNY CS1311 480GB RAM: 8GB @ 2666 MHz. Used to be 16GB at dual channel, but one of my memory sticks died
  10. PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant Type Item Price CPU Intel - Core i5-9400F 2.9 GHz 6-Core Processor $174.89 @ OutletPC CPU Cooler ARCTIC - Freezer 33 eSports Edition (Black/White) CPU Cooler $47.11 @ Newegg Business Motherboard Gigabyte - Z390 UD ATX LGA1151 Motherboard $119.99 @ Amazon Memory Corsair - Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3000 Memory $87.99 @ Amaz
  11. Thanks @Himommies and @BigRom I'll keep waiting for more submissions and see. Both of your suggestions are interesting though, maybe I'll try combining parts and seeing what may work and put it here for review.
  12. I don't need 4k honestly. 1080/1440p is just fine though. Sadly not. I was sold basically a PC that is 5-6 years old without me even knowing. It's such outdated and slow components. My fault for being stupid and not paying attention more before the purchase.
  13. Just don't give me bad parts, forgot to mention that. I basically got scammed out of my current PC. $1000 for a PC worth $400, I don't know why I even took it. Died within 2 years of use.
  14. Hi, I have a budget of $1500 (American), I need the best setup I can get for the buck. Additional information: I don't care if you put AMD, or Intel. I don't care if you use AMD, or Nvidia. I am not those types of guys who are picky about all of that. What I do want within that price range though is a good monitor. I will be using this build for: Gaming, Programming, and College. I do not need any peripherals like a keyboard, or mouse. Just a good monitor. Maybe throw in a microphone/headset (With a microphone), I don't mind
  15. Monitor is fine as it works for my other things hooked up to me. Looks like my graphics card is dead then. RIP.