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About Donny_Chen

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  • RAM
    16gb DDR4 (2400)
  • GPU
    GTX 1070 STRIX OC Edition
  • Case
    NZXT S340 Mid Tower Computer Case White
  • Storage
    Too many HDs to count
  • PSU
    Thermaltake Toughpower 750W 80PLUS Gold Modular Power Supply
  • Display(s)
    ASUS 27" ROG Swift PG279Q Gaming Monitor with 2K WQHD (2560 x 1440) IPS, overclockable 165Hz, G-SYNC
  • Cooling
    Some fan

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  1. Hey Guys, My current specs at i5 6600k gtx 1070 16gb of 2400mhz ram just got the VIVE wireless display adapter for my VR set and noticed some "buffering" like issues. My connections are solid, but saw that my CPU hits 100% max on some games, which didn't happen when I ran a wired connection. Could it be my CPU not being good enough? My Mobo only supports 7th gen -- Regardless of cost, Whats the best CPU to put in here? Can you give me a few reccos? Should I just upgrade to a 1080ti and hope the overhead would be reduced by a new
  2. I've been an nVidia fan boy for pretty much my whole life. Need a video card for the entertainment PC, and not happy with the ones I can buy retail. (LOOKING AT YOU, BESTBUY.... ) Is this too much? too little? Would you even get this card yourself for that price?
  3. There we go I think you have your answer grabbin a 27 1440p incher it is!
  4. depends on your GPU. if you have a card that can push 1440p, yeah by all means -- but if you ONLY do 1080p then maybe get a 1080p 144hz monitor instead. A warning though, Once u go 144hz, you don't go back
  5. I'm with everyone, wipe the drive -- if she paid someone, charge back.
  6. Sorry, I ate a bad taco and totally paying for it..... You should be 100% fine. Kind of a rudimentary explanation for how drivers work but.... You install a Driver > driver gets stored into Windows System Folder You insert a New Card > Windows looks through to see if it can locate a driver If it can, it will either use it automatically, Ask you first and you will get a prompt, OR you have to tell windows in device manage to update the driver. Driver folder will always store the drivers until they are either replaced or
  7. Windows will detect which driver to use for which card is plugged in the PCI-e slot, Shouldn't matter, so you should be fine.
  8. If canned air wont do, the next bet is a shop vac -- unless you're blowing category 5 hurricane speeds, that shouldn't be an issue. Wouldn't hurt to vacuum up the dust you can get either. Otherwise, I hope you're comfortable with PSU Surgery!
  9. the big screen app on the steam/vive store works pretty well, and its free. Can't do anything super complicated on it though. http://store.steampowered.com/app/457550/Bigscreen_Beta/
  10. I'm having trouble identifying them lol... bored on lunch break but It looks like they... are possibly older? Notice the wires on each ear ( most newer ones opt for one wire) Probably fold in ward? ( hing on the top) Not Sienhiesers for sure. maybe someone else can pick up where I left off, Ima get me a sammich!
  11. I'm sorry but that aspect ratio haha
  12. Dual Channels operate a bit differently thats normal