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Islam Ghunym

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  1. did you manage to fix this issue yet? if not then I guess this issue is from your country route which something you can't do about. try playing games that have local servers in your country and see if this fix the problem and if it did not then this issue is from your country infrastructure (problems in lines that connect you to the Internet no matter what is your ISP.
  2. I think that made things clear. I was not aware of USB4 requirement, thx for info
  3. Ok so I have been trying to pass that strange power limit without success from a day and I am totally lost The dGPU is meant to run at least at 15 W or 25 W depending on notebook manufacturer choices. at 6 watts performance is terrible consuming as much as iGPU power while delivering worse performance. I mean the MX 350 is a capable GPU. I tried maximum power settings on Nvidia control panel. Tried to edit power limits which stayed greyed out with MSI afterburner with unlocked settings through cfg files. Tried on AC power / Battery power and got the same results.
  4. I think it is all about marketing greed. Thunderbolt have always been for "some" high end laptops only. Just because Intel give us a great built in feature does not mean manufacturers will make it available for us.
  5. The 2 LEDs on the right are power on and storage. The icon near the USB C port looks like USB icon?! and there is an HDMI port beside it so this means no thunderbolt support, right?
  6. It is weird not to include that..... I mean almost every laptop has a type C port, why don't they just make it right and support thunderbolt through it... Anyway,. is there anyway I can know if my laptop type C port support thunderbolt? Through device manager or something
  7. Does any laptop with USB Type C port and 11th gen intel CPU support eGPU through it?
  8. For those who owns or tried the card: What is the minimum and maximum power target (limit) you can set?
  9. what would happen if i opened the port to the world? someone may break into my PC? I already have a strong password. or maybe if a lot of people opened that port things would go crazy with the service for all users in general?
  10. I have 2 problems for now: The wireless router currently uses a private WAN IP address. This router may be in the multiple-NAT environment and DDNS service cannot work in this environment.
  11. my router already offer multiple server to choose from. i will see what works best in my location. thank you
  12. that is through my router settings right?
  13. how can I access my PC in my home through my phone while I am away at work (not on the same network). I want RD because I am sure it will offer best experience with least data usage.
  14. I have seen the option once with ASUS H310M-D motherboard to choose DRAM frequency the way I want, but raising that above 2400 on the installed locked I3 processor caused boot failure because that CPU is looked 100% the CPU, but since the option to choose the frequency there, it may mean it would work with unlocked CPUs so I am searching for someone's experience in this field. However I don't think that policy would ever change
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