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  1. Thanks for the info. Is there a trusted website I could browse and filter this information?
  2. I am looking to purchase a color accurate monitor. Doesn't need to be extremely high end. But something I could edit 4k pictures on and accurate. Looking for options in multiple price ranges if at all possible. Don't need "gamer" specs like high refresh rate or gsync, rgb. Just something I could use accurately Any help is appreciated.
  3. I'm using speedtest.net It is consistent with the modem, just not the router. This is what I am referring to as far as research https://community.netgear.com/t5/Nighthawk-WiFi-Routers/R7000-SLOW-Wired-LAN-Need-Help/td-p/1285161 Potential setting I am missing?
  4. This is an odd question and really hard to phrase for me, so I apologize in advance here. I am looking for a router that actually provides 1gig speeds on the lan port on the back of the modem. I have a gig internet connection using my modem I get very close to that 1gig speed. I am using a Nighthawk r7000 router however when I plug it in to the lan port on the back of the modem it only provides 180-250mbps. I have done some research and it is very unreliable to deliver those speeds. I am getting a new ISP and the only use a router they don't actually use a modem, so either a combo
  5. I've checked with my ISP and they said CS:GO is taking ALL the bandwidth.. I don't even know what setting I could change to allow Wifi to work that I haven't already checked out. Anymore guesses? Thank you for taking the time.
  6. Yes. Things work till I hit "Start". Then all wireless stops working.
  7. I don't know if this is the right place to ask, if not please close and direct me in the right direction. This is a very specific issue that Steam said they wouldn't / cant fix. I am turning to you kind folks as a lost hope. When I play CS:GO on my WIRED connection. All my Wifi Devices stop working, that includes smartphones, tablets, ps4 ect. When I am playing a competitive match only. I hit "Play" and the wifi just stops receving an internet signal. All my devices still say I'm "connected" Just without internet. All other issues I have looked up on this issue simply say CS
  8. I have also tried different drives and updated bios.
  9. I have a new setup with a Ryzen 7 3700x Noctua Nh-D15 Asus prime x570-p Evga 850 G2 Gold+ power supply. Asrock 5700xt I can get into Bios however no matter what I do I can't get past it. Tired different drives and different different sata cables. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I will answer to the best of my ability for clarification and can post pictures.
  10. I needed to plug in the cpu power cable into the cpu slot on the power supply. I am an idiot. Thank you for the quick response!
  11. I have a new setup with a Ryzen 7 3700x Noctua Nh-D15 Asus prime x570-p Evga 850 G2 Gold+ power supply. Asrock 5700xt I plugged in all cables to the motherboard and even took out the graphics card and I get an LED light but no power when I hit the button or Jumpstart it with a screw driver. I hear a slight "click" when I press the button from the power supply but nothing happens. No fan movement or anything. I have tried to plug it on a power strip and straight into the wall. Is there a special way I have to plug in the power cables in the power su
  12. I am looking for what the title says. I have found a few monitors with those restrictions however it says I can't use FreeSync with a 1ms response. I would like to have both features simultaneously if possible. I want to be around that $300 price point. I need 240 1ms to flex on my friend who has a 144hz 1ms display. Any help would be appreciated. Link for monitor I was able to find. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1384125-REG/lg_27gk750f_b_27_tn_fhd_240hz.html