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Person_125

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  1. Budget (including currency): 30000 EGP Or 1900 USD Country: Egypt Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: 1080P 144Hz Gaming, Video Editing, Music Production. So, I'm gonna buy a new PC in a week or so. My main question and the thing I'm concerned about is the GPU, I plan on getting a 5700XT and I heard all about the whole driver issues thing that happened last year, do these problems still exist? I searched online and stuff but couldn't find any recent posts talking about this. I'm gonna run Linux and Windows, I found that it runs just fine on Linux, but I
  2. Oh sorry, I didn't see that you formatted the system, my bad. Maybe try posting your problem on Asus's forum, maybe some of the staff or moderators there might have a solution. It might be like he said, but ask on the Asus forum first and see what people have to say there. Hope you find a solution tho.
  3. Try uninstalling the graphics driver with DDU, here's the steps if you don't know how: - Install DDU. - Reboot into safe mode, ( check this out if you don't know how to ) - Launch DDU and uninstall the nvidia driver. - Reboot again. - Install the latest driver. Check this Youtube video to see more on how to do it.
  4. PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price CPU AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.4 GHz 6-Core Processor $194.99 @ Amazon Motherboard Gigabyte B450 AORUS M Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard $74.99 @ Newegg Memory Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 CL16 Memory $74.98 @ Amazon Storage Kingston A400 120 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive $19.98 @ Amazon
  5. So, do you think I should go for it considering that price?
  6. Hi, so I'm gonna buy a new PC in a month or two, but idk which CPU I should go for, only because of the price where I live (Egypt). So the 5800x is about $545 USD or 8500 EGP, and the 3800x is about $385 USD or 6000 EGP. My main usage is gonna be gaming at 1440p 240hz (G7 Odyssey monitor, and RTX 3070 for the GPU which also overpriced here, it goes for $925 USD or 14500 EGP for a good triple fan card if I even find one, but anyway), and I'll also do some video editing, possibly streaming. So is that 15%~20% IPC improvement really worth it at that price point? I read some st
  7. Hi, I'm asking for a friend he has a Lenovo Ideapad L340 gaming with i7 9750H, GTX 1650 and 16GB of Ram, so the CPU was hitting 74 Degrees and the clock speed was 2.6 GHz when he ran heaven benchmark, then he turned off DPTF in bios, ran heaven benchmark again then the CPU ran at a higher speed between 3 to 4 GHz and the temps were between 80 and 95 degrees, but the GPU on the other hand was thermal throttling at 74 degrees and around 1650 to 1750 MHz, then it naturally down-clocked itself between 1300 to 1500 Mhz, so he went in the bios again and turned the system performance mode from quiet
  8. @Parideboy and @Argeddion Thank you guys everything is working just fine now
  9. Thank you! I flashed Magisk zip from TWRP and everything is working now.
  10. Thanks for the reply and sorry for replying so late. I did what you said and the nethunter ROM got installed properly but in order to use the nethunter apps I have to root the device. Thanks for the help.
  11. So today I bought a used Nexus 6P for the purpose of installing Kali Nethunter on it, and then after some searching I found out that I should root the device first, so I did following this guide using SuperSU, I installed the SuperSU from this website, the phone then hung on the Google logo for like 30 minutes, then I found out that the SuperSU project is dead, I said maybe because it's an older phone the root should work and then I entered recovery mode through TWRP and went to the terminal and I saw the # sign and to make sure I ran the command whoami and it gave me root, and then I read tha
  12. Thank you guys for your reply, and sorry for coming back to you so late, I think I found out what the issue is based on what you said and I think it's the ram voltage. When he got his PC I told him to up the memory frequency to 2933MHz cause it was 2666Mhz or 2133MHz in bios by default as far as I remember, but we didn't touch the voltage, so when he goes into bios he sees the ram voltage is 1.2V and I think that is not the optimal voltage for 2933MHz ram. And thanks in advance.
  13. Hi, so I'm asking this for a friend, any game he plays keep crashing for no apparent reason, he updated his drivers and the issue kept happening then he had a fresh install of windows. and we ran all possible test on hardware the CPU and GPU temps and clocks are just fine and we ran windows memory diagnostics and no errors came up, and the crashing kept happening then I told him to close any apps that have an overlay in game like msi afterburner and fraps, but the issue kept happening, and that happens in all games not a specific one, and he had a BSOD once after he installed windows while he
  14. I solved it by sending a response in my index.js file like so: router.post("/home", (req, res) => { let { firstName, lastName, email, website, company, message } = req.body; console.log("Data: ", req.body); let mailOptions = { from: email, to: "myemail@email.com", subject: "No Subject", html: "<h3>First Name: " + firstName + "</h3>" + "<h3>Last Name: " + lastName + "</h3>" + "<h3>Email: " + email + "</h3>" + "<h3>Company: " + company + "</h3>" + "<h3>Website:
  15. So, I have this contact form in the website I'm making, I'm using a template I found online that uses ajax to validate that the form is working and the email has been sent, the problem is that this file that validates the form is set to work with PHP I think, so I tried modifying the file that has ajax to make it work with my node app, but I end up with the form loading forever and I get Failed to load resource: net::ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE in the console. note: the form is working and all and the email gets sent but I just need an indication to the user that it worked. here's the code:
  16. I forwarded the ports using the access control list page on my D-Link DSL-2740U Router like this:
  17. That's what I'm doing, I forgot to mention that in the post.
  18. Yeah, I looked up my IP using the command curl http://httpbin.org/ip on my home network and that's the IP I'm trying to connect to
  19. Hi, so I was trying to access my home server that is running apache2 on ubuntu 18.04 LTS from the browser of my laptop by typing the IP of the router cause I wanted to test the new static IP I bought today, but I get connection timed out, and also when I try to connect to the server via filezilla it doesn't work too. I assigned port 80 to the internal IP of the server on my router configuration page, and I also assigned port 22 and 21 for ssh and ftp, but nothing works. I checked the server for any problems but I found none and when I type localhost in the browser of the server it shows me the
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