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  1. So, my friend was having some problems booting his PC. It took almost 5 minutes to fully boot. We did some tests and found out his HDD seems to be dying, but I don't want to recommend him buying a new one without making sure the HDD is really the problem. Here are the S.M.A.R.T. test results. I really don't know much about those numbers, so I'm asking for help. HDDScan S.M.A.R.T. Report State: Model: ST1000DM010-2EP102 Firmware: CC43 Serial: Z9AHN2CG LBA: 1953525168 (1000 GB) Report By: HDDSCAN v4.1 Report Date: 27/10/2020 13:01
  2. Do I really need to wipe all the source drive to transfer windows 10 from the HD to the SSD?
  3. Is there a way to do that? Combine both GPU and Integrated Graphics to run the same thing for even better performance? Idk, that was just a shower thought
  4. I5 4460 It is just for the weekend, monday I'll buy a new adaptor
  5. So I have a GTX 1050 ti and my display to vga adaptor broke, can I use the 1050 ti from the integrated gpu port? Any third-party programs that can do that?
  6. Thanks for the advice! I sticked with nvidea and got the GTX 1660. I guess it is a decent card for about 4 - 5 years isn't it? I don't really bother lowering from high to medium graphics.
  7. So, my GTX 760 broke and I was looking to buy a new GPU, I thought a GTX 1050 would be a good idea, but my H81M-H motherboard could handle it? It'll bottleneck with my I5 4460? Should I trust a 5 year old processor or buy a new one?
  8. welp. time to save some money, thanks!
  9. yup, it does black screen after like 30 seconds of play
  10. so, I use msi afterburner to lock it on 12% of its potencial, but at 100% it got hot enough to turn off by its security measures (100-110C)
  11. uh, 5 years of usage, but they still work fine... i think
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