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voiha

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About voiha

  • Title
    a guy who likes Porsche
  • Birthday Oct 31, 1996

Contact Methods

  • Discord
    voiha #7782
  • Twitch.tv
    www.twitch.tv/ahiov

Profile Information

  • Location
    Bulgaria
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    that sweet, sweet little poosi boi
  • Occupation
    Programming something

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i7-7700 Quad-Core 3.6GHz
  • Motherboard
    MSI B250M-PRO-VD
  • RAM
    16GB HyperX Fury DDR4 2400MHz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 1080 G1 Gaming 8GB GDDR5X
  • Case
    some black one with blue light
  • Storage
    1TB HDD 7200RPM | Kingston A400 250GB SSD
  • PSU
    Seasonic M12II-620 EVO
  • Display(s)
    LG 24GM77 144hz 1ms
  • Cooling
    Gammaxx 400
  • Keyboard
    HyperX Alloy Origins + the white double shot keycaps
  • Mouse
    Steel Series Rival 500
  • Sound
    NEVA GONNA GIVE U UPP NEVA GONNA LETT YOU DOOOWN...
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
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  1. I have decided to not do that :D, I have just put it to +500 and called it a day. Temps are good, everything stable, I guess job is done
  2. It's certainly a mess, weird as people are showing only +450 memory on the same Extreme Gaming engine Worst thing that could happen is while gaming the system/GPU may crash, correct?
  3. Hello, My question is as MSI OC Scanner thing does not support anything under Turing, I am unable to use it except I re-download old Drivers etc. etc. so I decided to just overclock the GPU myself. After some tweaking and tests on 8X MSAA 1080P Furmark I was able to push from standard 51FPS to 56FPS with OC of +135MHz to GPU Clock and +1500 to Memory Clock. I was pretty happy with the result, however, after reading online most people are claiming that they are just overclocking the Memory Clock to 450 to 550 on top and I have tripple that....When I lower the Memory Clock to 550
  4. I went and bought the Secretlab Titan, is it worth the price....eh questionable, the materials are good, I am happy with my purchase I guess if I stretched my wallet a bit more it was better to just get a Herman Miller chair. If you're short on money I would advise you what the others are advising, get yourself a cheaper, if you can, metal based office chair not plastic, make sure the base of the chair won't push your inner part of your knees, where your legs bend.
  5. Hello, basically what I need is to share a storage device on a Public network so it can be accessed not only from my local network. I have tried sharing a folder or a whole HDD for example, then trying to use the "Map network drive" option and using my Public IP, but up to no avail. This was only possible if I use my local IP and search it in my local network. Am I missing something? Do I have to open a port? Any help will be appreciated!
  6. Of course only that, it seems Nvidia's launch and offer won't be available for at least 2-3 months, I guess you're implying that buying now 2000 series wont utilize my money fully
  7. Hi, Long story short I'm in a need of a new GPU, currently the PC I need to upgrade has GTX 660. I've looked at the market and a lot of GPU models are not available, I'm contemplating to buy either Gigabyte RTX 2080 super or the Aorus model if available or the RTX 2080 Super Asus ROG Strix Advanced Edition which is a bit more expensive. Any helpful tips if it's worth to buy them as you see this would be not a cheap purchase ? Thanks in advance! Edit: the other pc components are i7 8700k, 16Gb of HyperX Predator 3000MHz
  8. Hey, I've been looking into buying a new router for my parents. As they are not power users and really don't need anything else a good stable Wi-Fi signal that can handle 3-5 devices at once I was looking into the Asus routers and land after some research onto the ASUS RT-AC1200GU. But my concern is if its already outdated or it doesn't really matter that much. These are the routers that I am contemplating: edit: I've added as main this router to the mix: ASUS RT-AC1300G PLUS V2 ASUS RT-AC1200GU (As it has good additional features that the other ones don't have) Asus RT-AC53 (I don't
  9. Actually everything looks pretty good i see you have 234 FPS is that in-game or ?
  10. What is the router model ? I suspect the router can't route bandwith to multiple Wi-Fi connections and maintain high speeds
  11. Basically that's normal and it won't necessarily damage your GPU. If it was going to sag more you would've notice it a long time ago.
  12. Can you provide in-game stats of what's going on with your PC like a screnshot of your CPU and GPU usage ? Your GPU is more than capable to run Fortnite on highest settings and it will almost never use 100% of the GPU to run the game. Can you provide your full PC specs also as this could be maybe RAM bottleneck if you're single channel ? Also when you have a high end PC lowering the settings will lower the usage and won't necessarily boost your FPS by a lot it will just reduce the input lag, which is of course a big thing if you're super competitive
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