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Olllllli

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  1. Thankyou everyone who gave advice, after a long day of troubleshooting (testing different monitors and even tested them with a different computer), I fixed it! I feel sooo stupid saying this, but the thing that fixed it was just swapping the HDMI cable. The old one must not be the greatest quality, or it has just been yanked out by my foot one too many times.
  2. Sorry for the late reply, just was updating to the latest GPU Drivers from NVidia's website (It was only 1 or 2 versions above what I already had so I wasn't thatttt out of the loop). I choose the clean install so it uninstalled the old stuff and installed the new stuff. Did a full shutdown. Still doesn't work. Thank you for reminding me about it though, I probably would have let that get real outdated. Oh and yea, downloads are working fine now, seems like its just the GPU-z download or something. I've used bitdefender for over 5 years now, and it has worked brilliantly. It is paid, very
  3. Grrr, yea I have had the issue with different hardware many times before. If it doesn't fix itself straight away, it has a day-3 days later. Still makes me so mad that this can just happen, what seems like, randomly.
  4. Yea, haven't changed any of the cables positions. Ty tho
  5. Short and sweet: I put my computer to sleep purposely for the first time, pretty much, ever, and I regret it. Second Monitor and Virus Defender are having some problems. So I never use sleep, I don't like it, startup times are quick enough anyway that I don't need to use it. I still don't know why I used it. But I did, and when I came back to my computer 5 hours later, my secondary monitor was not being detected. If the monitor doesn't get a signal, it says it, but this is just like the computer is off. This has happened before, but it normally has fixed itself after
  6. Wait really? Me too brooooooo!
  7. I was in the same situation, did a tonne of research, and I ended up picking the Aorus Master, that is what I think is best. The pros like the VRM and many features outweighed any of the cons I read about such as the bios (which isn't that bad). And so far, I haven't had any regrets.
  8. Yea, never heard of 1066MHz DDR4, 1066 is half of 2133, so I think its probably actually 2133MHz ram anyway. And your motherboard/cpu doesn't have Quad Channel Memory support, it will just use 2 slots per channel. So for the mean time, why not run your one of your 8GB sticks and one of your 4GB sticks per channel for now. As they are probably the same speed.
  9. Hahaha I get Christmas before you, I think. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
  10. NVMe m.2 drives do. 4 Lanes I believe. Your CPU may have 16 PCIE lanes, but your motherboard will also have more lanes via the chipset. Check your motherboard manual as to which M.2 slots are connected to which.
  11. I have a 970 evo (NVMe) and a 850 pro (Sata 2.5inch SSD). The NVMe is effectively ~4x faster, but in the real world, I haven't noticed this much at all. I use the NVMe for Windows and GTAV (Like a 90GB Game), and the load times aren't noticeably better.
  12. I'm not sure, but I believe there are SATA and NVMe versions of m.2 ssds. NVMe m.2 SSDs are considerably faster than SATA m.2 SSDs. Although in the real world, the speed differences are big, but are hard to notice unless you are moving large files.
  13. Literally, the color and RGB. https://www.gskill.com/en/faq/DRAM_Memory How GSkill names there ram, The V in GVK is for Ripjaw V, K is black TZ is Trident Z, R i think is RGB
  14. Quick search tells me it's a Steel Series keyboard, looks like it could have ?!Cherry MX Black switches?!
  15. I also believe the 2080-ti has 544 Tensor Cores and 68 RT Cores compared to the 2080's 368 Tensor Cores and 46 RT Cores.
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