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aandril

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About aandril

  • Title
    Member

System

  • CPU
    I7-8700K
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z370P D3
  • RAM
    Viper 32GB 2400mhz
  • GPU
    XLR8 1070
  • Case
    Deepcool SW
  • Storage
    480GB A400+460GB HDD+2TB HDD
  • PSU
    Apevia Jupiter 1000W
  • Display(s)
    4K Sharp 55"
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master 120
  • Keyboard
    Generic Gaming
  • Mouse
    Generic Gaming
  • Sound
    In House
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Yeah I meant the 360n. But A-Okay thanks.
  2. Was wondering about the compatibility of a Vega 64 on a board such as a Gigabyte B350N wifi. Anyone have any experience with AMD GPU on intel mobos?
  3. My store apps, and even the store app no longer work. I recall deleting one file under Program Files>Common Files> and then a folder with the name that started with 'D..." or something. Maybe called DESTINATION or something? Does anyone know where I can get those files without reinstalling Windows?
  4. Welp now it's something I'm not looking for lol.
  5. Is there such thing? I've looked online but can't find anything. Do many people even desire one?
  6. Yes, you read the title. I have an HDD that is listed with a 120-200MB/s r/w, BUT shows it read/writes at 400+MB/s. I'm a little confused here myself. I know SATA is 6GB/s, but the speed only comes down to the speed of the drive itself, which should be around 120-200MB/s... but it's showing more when looking at the download analysis when installing Unreal Engine. (pic included). Here's the weird thing, in task manager, the disk usage shows 50% and 0MB/s and it RARELY changes. (The updates for Task Manager is default). Anyone have any idea why?
  7. Yeah I just didn't know where else to post It?
  8. Refurbished with warranty <Removed eBay Link>
  9. Idk I've heard of modified cards before...
  10. With that PCB? I don't think so.
  11. I'm pretty sure Z370 boards are only compatible with 8th gen cpu's. Someone correct me if im wrong.
  12. It depends for what kind of development. 3D games, 2D games, current or next generation games?? For pretty much any 3D rendering and game development for current generation games; Anything i7 7xxx or 8xxx, a GTX 1070/80 equivalent or better with at least 24GB of RAM. And probably a 500GB SSD (which will have UE on It, where you can import your larger files faster)
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