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Jstagzsr

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About Jstagzsr

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday Feb 19, 1986

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Profile Information

  • Location
    Rochester, NY
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    God, computers. PC gaming, Tattoos, dirt bikes, recovery
  • Occupation
    Tattoo Artist, construction, exterior home renovations

System

  • CPU
    Intel i9 9900k
  • Motherboard
    MSI MEG Z390 Godlike
  • RAM
    32GB 3200mhz Dominator Platinum DDR4
  • GPU
    MSI Gaming X Trio 2080ti
  • Case
    Asus Tuff Gaming GT501
  • Storage
    1x 1TB Samsung 970 Evo NVME SSD
    2x 1TB Samsung 860 Evo SSD
    2x 1TB HDD
    2x 500GB HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA 1000G5. 1000 watt 80+ gold.
  • Display(s)
    ASUS XG438Q. 43" 4k 120hz. hdr
    Samsung 6 series 43" 4k 60hz
    Samsung 27" curved
  • Cooling
    Enermax Liqmax 3, 360mm AIO
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K95 Platinum
  • Mouse
    Corsair Nighthawk
  • Sound
    Eris 4.5" studio monitors
    Teac 3" studio monitors
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Professional 64Bit
  • Laptop
    Microsoft Surfacebook
    Lenovo ideapad 320-15iap
  • Phone
    Galaxy Note 20 ultra / Galaxy Note 9

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  1. I actually just uninstalled and then reinstalled all the latest drivers for LAN.. and there was a chipset update i installed. I also just tried completely disconecting the ethernet alltogether and only using the onboard wifi adapter.. and the same thing is still happening in all scenarios.. I really dont understand whats going on . lol.. How can i watch youtube on my phone AANNDD another laptop at the same time as a download is happening on my main pc but as soon as i try to go to youtube on the main pc, the page doesnt even load.. The network can carry the bandwidth.. but something about my a
  2. The different cable is being used right now and the same problem is happening. i also just tried both ethernet jacks on the motherboard. Same result. And i tried 2 jacks on the router. Same result. I got this motherboard earlier this year. maybe 7-8 months ago. Its a 700 dollar motherboard ill be pissed if something is physically wrong with it! lol And 100% definitely this has NOT always been happening. i have always downloaded or updated games in the background and watched youtube while i waited for them. Thats my routine. I know it well. I remember the very day it started happening
  3. Sure did. My motherboard is the MSI MEG Z390 Godlike. It has dual gigabit ethernet jacks. ive tried them both on all 4 of the router jacks. And yes all ethernet drivers are installed. all the normal ones and all the "Killer" ones. I'll manually check the website to see if there are any updates but MSI Dragon center is pretty good about finding everything that needs updating and putting it all in one place to view and download and install.
  4. i havent tried a new cable.. good idea.. But everything on pc is 100% up to date. even windows. And in the process of trying to figure this out i factory reset and updated the firmware of the router and i factory reset the modem and had spectrum push the latest everything to it. And this morning spectrum was here and they replaced a cable jack on the wall and added a filter to the line.
  5. About a week ago i noticed when i was watching a youtube video and i clicked on the realplayer download button and shortly after my youtube video stopped to buffer because there was a download now happening.. It never did this before. There was always plenty of bandwidth to go around.. I now have come to realize that whenever i am doing any two or more things that require the internet only one will workk. I can not download a game on steam while watching youtube, i cant download a game on battle net while loading facebook, i can not stream netflix while an update runs in the background, i cant
  6. i keep my computers pretty spotless. Virtually and physically. And i just built this pc a few months ago so it shouldnt be dusty or dirty or clogged with virtual or physical crap
  7. i dont think it s a virus. i have avast premium and paid malwarebytes running at all times. plus the normal windows defender stuff. I'll run a scan though
  8. Just now while a spectrum internet tech was here dicking around with wires and trying to convince me that THEIR speed test that says im getting 200mbps is more accurate than MY speed test that says im getting 3mbps when im showing him that i can barely load a 1080p video on youtube and i cant at all watch a youtube video even on 144p if im also updating a game on steam... But thats besides the point.. My pc randomly bluescreened while i was sitting there watching him. i wasnt even touching the computer and it was doing nothing besides sitting on the desktop.. It then forced me to a black
  9. no the turbo disabled itself once the core clock became higher than the turbo was. theres no turbo at all now. Just a constant 4.97ghz at 1.4ish volts. And i tried like 4 different t imes last night to disable the overclock and for some reason im still getting the same results.. Unless i manually set the voltage now back to around the 1v mark it'll automatically fluctuate from 4ish ghz to the prior OC 4.97ghz.. idk wtf is going on.. I loaded 3 different saved profiles i had in the bios.. the only thing left to do now is load optimized defaults or reflash the bios.. But then ill have the same p
  10. i9 9900K MSI MEG Z390 Godlike 32gb 3200mhz CS16 Dominator Platinum DDR4 MSI Gaming X Trio 2080ti EVGA 1000 G5. 1k watt 80+ Gold psu Enermax Liqmax 3 ARGB 360mm AIO Asus Tuff Gaming GT501 case 970 evo nvme 500gb ssd boot drive 2x 860 evo 1tb ssd's 2x WD Blue 1tb hdd's 2x WD Blue 500gb hdd's GELID GC-Extreme Thermal Paste CyberPower 1500VA pure sinewave ups Corsair K95 Platinum Corsair Nightsword mouse ASUS ROG Strix XG438Q monitor. 4k 120hz hdr 43" Samsung 6 series 43" monitor 4k 60hz hdr 43" Yamaha MG10XU mixer AKG P120 Mic 2x Eris 4.5" studio monito
  11. indeed yes, but is it possible to "overclock" the turbo frequency? stock is 4.68ghz turbo for my specific cpu.. Id like at LEAST 5ghz turbo. if not more.
  12. I have to be at 1.4v in order to get 5ghz stable on all cores. I dont need to have that much stress and heat on my cpu 24/7 for the type of use this computer gets. i dont do crazy benchmark competitions or anything like that.. i just want max possible performance and temps and life span within reason.. so... Can i have my core multiplier at like 30, but have my turbo multiplier at like 55? how would i go about testing this theory? i know they say to have your turbo 3 numbers LOWER than the core, but why? Is what im thinking even doable?
  13. Yeah i keep up on a few different peopel who are always doing crazy mods for performance. I wouldnt mind getting into it but not on this particular rig. This is my daily driver.. and i dont think Liquid Nitrogen cooled 7ghz cpu is really necessary for watching youtube videos. lol. well, depends how many chrome tabs you want open at a time. lmao.
  14. ok cool. I'll play with it. see what happens. Thanks for the info man
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