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About ThatOneMark

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  • Birthday Jun 11, 2001

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  • CPU
    Intel Core i5 6500 @ 3.2GHz
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    16GB DDR4
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    ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1660 Super 6GB GDDR5
  • Case
    NZXT H200i
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    Samsung EVO 500GB SSD & Crucial MX500 1TB SSD
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    Dell U2419H (main) & Dell U2412M (secondary)
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    CPU Cooler: CoolerMaster Hyper 212 EVO
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    HyperX Alloy FPS Pro, Cherry MX Red Switches
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    HyperX Cloud II Headphones & Logitech Z506 5.1 Surround Sound Speakers
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    Windows 10 Pro
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    Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G
  1. Nope, I checked network traffic using Glasswire, nothing is being used in the background.
  2. So a couple days ago, I started having issues with my WiFi connection, which happens quite often. My average speeds are around 30-35mbits, but now they dropped down below 1mbit, which never happens. And all devices were affected by it. I accidentally found out it was my PC causing the interference, when I turned it off, and went back on my phone, out of anger. And then I realized the speeds are back up on their averages. I started diagnosing it further, by disabling WiFi on my PC but keeping it enabled on my phone and performing speed tests. During said tests I would disable t
  3. I assume there's no workaround for that?
  4. Hi, guys. I recently bought a brand-new Asus Phoenix GTX 1650 4GB, which would replace my recently dead 660 Ti. Having that said, I picked it up today and put it in the PCI-E slot, turned it on and... It didn't post. Just a black screen. I've seen that it may be because my power supply is too weak, but since the GPU requires at least a 300W PSU, I didn't see it as a problem, considering my PSU has a max wattage of 600W. The black screen could be the cause of my motherboard. It's a rather old Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD3, rev. 1. A friend has already recommended me to
  5. What I meant was the following: Move the router into the internet box, plug the source into the WAN port on the router, plug one end of a cable into LAN1 port on the router and the other into the first phone line port that would lead to my living room, do the same thing for my computer room etc, thus eliminating the need for a switch. Would that be a better idea?
  6. Can't I just move the router into the box and connect any available LAN ports on the router to the network ports in the box, eliminating the need for the switch? I only need two of the jacks in my apartment to work.
  7. I think it's coax, if I'm correct. It doesn't go straight into my router. It feeds into the first phone line switch, on the picture. The person hired to do our networking then took a phone line cable and plugged one end into the source, the other into the phone line port, which leads to the ethernet jack in the living room. I hope that made sense. Modem / Router. It's an Innbox V60.
  8. I am not exactly sure where it comes from. The manager hasn't been responding to any of my emails or text messages, so I am not sure I can answer that. It is located in the living room. It's connected through the Ethernet port in the living room. It's xDSL. We contract directly with the ISP. They supplied the necessary router as well and don't really want me to use my own router. I'll borrow it from a friend of mine and try that. If the wiring will be fine, I'll invest in a switch, as you recommended thereafter. Thanks for the response!
  9. Hello! I have a rather major issue with my internet. I've been living in my apartment for a few years now, and the internet connection seem to have been going fine. I had to buy a PCIE Wi-Fi card for my computer, in order to access the internet, because for some reason, my ethernet jacks in the wall weren't working. The card hasn't been the most reliable, but it was fine for gaming, until now, when I've started having massive ping issues. I've decided to call my flat manager to ask if anyone could come and help me wire the ethernet jacks up, but to no avail. The same happened with my ISP,
  10. Talked to some guys on Discord, recommended me to RMA it, which I will do. Thanks for the help.
  11. 'Ello there! I thought I'd post in here and ask you guys to help, considering I haven't found anything online, that would help me. I've recently received a brand new Crucial MX500 1TB SSD, runs on SATA 3. Last night I decided to install Windows on it, but to no luck, it seemed to have crashed on the "Getting things ready" screen, it was there for about 10-15mins. After all that, I restarted and absolute Hell would begin. I couldn't boot into the disk, I couldn't (for some odd reason) boot on my USB to restart the installation, nothing. I could, however, boot into my old S