Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited


This user doesn't have any awards


About homeap5

  • Title


  • CPU
    Intel i7-8700 @4.7GHz
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z370 PC PRO
  • RAM
    DDR4 Corsair 32GB 3000MHz Vengeance Red LED CL16
  • GPU
    MSI GeForce 1660 Super Gaming
  • Case
    Antec P280
  • Storage
    SSD1: Samsung EVO 860 500 GB
    SSD2: Crucial MX500 1TB
    HDD1: WD Blue 4TB
    HDD2: WD Green 3TB
    HDD3: WD Blue 2TB
    HDD4: WD Blue 4TB
  • PSU
    Seasonic PRIME Gold 650W
  • Display(s)
    Dell S2721DGF
  • Cooling
    BeQuiet! Shadow Rock Slim 135mm (CPU)
  • Keyboard
    Das Keyboard 4 Ultimate EU MX Brown
  • Mouse
    Razer Abyssus v2
  • Sound
    Audiotrak Prodigy HD2 Advance DE
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 pro

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. It will take too long if you made it long. Normally it should be really fast if you have wireless AC and both phones are modern enough. You know - If you at least try and then say "it takes too long" then I would believe.
  2. You can install some ftp server on iphone and filemanager with ftp support on Android device (like Solid Explorer) and just copy files using network.
  3. You must decide - CLEAN install or copy your old mess.
  4. Best solution is - just try first, then ask. It's literally plug and play operation and results will be visible right after boot.
  5. Do not say that something is impossible if you don't know! Please! Built-in tool called mbr2gpt and your current installation will be UEFI. That's all. Tutorials are on internet. It may be done using windows installation media (with command line) or even from windows itself. CMS doesn't mean that your system is installed in legacy mode btw.
  6. Sound like some crap. Don't worry about it. Imo of course.
  7. As I wrote - you have 2.0 x4. And as I wrote, this give you 2TB/s which is slower than your ssd can operate. But that doesn't mean it's slow! It's still 4 times faster than normal SSD. And you'll not notice any difference anyway except when you start working with big files like video editing. If it's just for system and games, you may even consider save your money and buy good normal SSD. One small advantage when you're using slower pcie - your m.2 will be (maybe) cooler.
  8. Gen is generation, x4 or x1 is multiplier. So you have pcie gen 2 which means speed will be limited a lot compared to pcie gen 4. Gen 2 x1 has 500MB/s, gen 4 x1 - 2TB/s. For higher speed you'll need pcie x4 gen 3 or gen 4. But you also have pcie x4 gen 2 which means speed will be about 2TB/s (4 x 500). Not enough to operate at full speed of your drive, but still fast enough. If card is x4 of course.
  9. Well, if you don't want to extreme overclock your gpu then any Z motherboard will be fine.
  10. All that "lite", "small", "fast" or other system modifications have not much sense. Your system will be basically the same fast except functionality you remove from it. Look at Linux - all that small, fast, tiny or whatever distros works basically the same - programs do not run faster. The only difference is boot time and ram consumption. In case Windows ram consumption is not a problem (you can't run Win10 on 128MB ram anyway). So just install normal system and that's all you need.
  11. This is for Asus. For MSI is F12, for ASrock (if I good remember) F11 (or F12 too). Don't know for Gigabyte.
  12. Surprise But they (ram modules) do not work simultaneously anyway.
  13. homeap5


    Question is - why you can't do that.
  14. Finding drivers on Intel website is painful. Try to use Google to find latest drivers on their website.