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About AndreiArgeanu

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  • Interests
    Programming, Cycling
  • Biography
    Gamer. Respectful. A try hard sometimes. Friendly
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  • CPU
    Ryzen 3 3100
  • Motherboard
    B450 Tomahawk Max
  • RAM
    2x8GB Corsair Vengeance 3200mhz DDR4
  • GPU
    GTX 770 (soon to be rx 480)
  • Case
    Ionz KZ08
  • Storage
    640GB WD Caviar Black, 240GB Crucial BX500
  • PSU
    500W EVGA
  • Display(s)
    Acer K242HQL
  • Cooling
    Wraith Stealth aka stock cooler
  • Keyboard
    Marvo KG937 Outemu Blue Mechanical Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Logitech G402
  • Sound
    Evo Core Phenom Mega
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • Laptop
    Asus ZX553VD
    i7 7700HQ
    8gb DDR4 2400mhz
    GTX 1050 2GB
    WD Blue 250GB M.2 SATA ssd
    1TB Seagate 5400RPM

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  1. Either will work but I suggest 2xsata just in case.
  2. Should be completely fine. After all the RX560 is a 75W card so it'll get most of it's power from the PCIE slot. Your model might just have higher clock speeds requiring the extra power connector.
  3. There isn't really any other choice other than SATA to 6pin or Molex to 6pin (if the PSU has molex). The other choice would be just getting a GPU without any power connectors, or using another PSU.
  4. It's probably because there's a third party seller that sells the device and not sony therefore it's to be expected. That's what you'll see with products like these. It is normal, happens with most new products lately.
  5. I'd suggest spending a little more on the motherboard for better future upgradeability. Perhaps going for a B450/M Pro4/-F or any of the highlighted motherboard on the tier list, which ever one is cheaper and has the features you need. You can also go a tier above but I suggest at least a tier D motherboard.
  6. It could be because system32 doesn't exist in the Windows folder. System32 does. Whatever is trying to launch there is looking for the wrong directory. regsvr32 doesn't seem to be a key program, from what I've seen it's a So there could be a program trying to launch with certain parameters that's trying to modify a DLL for some reason.
  7. Doesn't happen on my P20 Pro SVID_20201124_101215_1.mp4
  8. If I uninstall  it and download San Andreas from steam !! Will I able to play it from where I left before , or I have to play it from beginning?

    because my data was already stored in cloud ( social club) , after installing from steam it will still access  from social club but don’t require login. 

    1. AndreiArgeanu


      You probably have the save file on your system in the documents folder, so you can just download GTA SA from steam and it should work. They will be names GTASAsf1.b GTASAsf2.b and so on. Make a backup of them on the desktop just in case and then launch GTA SA. Also if you happen to use a different version to the rockstar or steam version you will need to convert your save files. image.png.3dd3b31e1477958914369d8f008810dd.png


    2. Ayush008


      How can i convert the files ?

  9. A balance of both to be honest. Having a high latency at high frequencies can negate the benefits of the higher speeds. Same goes backwards.
  10. Generally speaking memory isn't really optimized for a specific platform, also 8th and 9th gen intel cpu's don't hugely benefit from high memory speeds, you could try getting 3200mhz memory, or try OCing your current memory.
  11. At 1080p ultra in AC Vallhala you'd be getting an average of 80fps with the 2070 super so the 2070 in this scenario won't output nearly 120fps.
  12. There should be a captcha on the login page that needs to be completed to be able to try to log in.
  13. It's unlikely there's going to be much stock going around in December, you may be able to find one if the bots don't get them first. Also you might want to get the 5600X if available. For a used GPU you can get an RX480/580 for around 100$ that will hold up and all the latest titles until you get a 3070.
  14. So supposedly you're inferring everyone else who doesn't use light mice are bad at games lmao. It also explains why plenty of players in teams like NiP, Cloud9 and Fnatic use mice that are 90-105g rather than a 75g light mice, because they prefer the lighter one, makes plenty of sense.