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Alexandru Costache

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About Alexandru Costache

  • Title
    Newbie
  • Birthday Aug 08, 1997

Profile Information

  • Location
    Bucharest, Romania
  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    Intel i5-9400f
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte B365M DS3H
  • RAM
    2 x 8 GB Corsair 3200MHz
  • GPU
    Sapphire RX 570 4GB
  • Case
    Segotep Polar Light V2
  • Storage
    Adata SU650
  • Display(s)
    LG Flatron E2251VR-BN
  • Cooling
    ID-Cooling SE-903 V2 Red
  • Sound
    Behringer U-Phoria UMC202HD Audio Interface;
    Plantronics Blackwire 3225 Headphones
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Yeah, quite annoying. But while Win 10 was messy at launch, now it's decent. Meanwhile, Win 11 feels just like a downgrade. Also, make emo grat again, lmfao xD
  2. I hate having the icons on the middle of the taskbar while having also those on the right, it looks stupid. I hate having a huge taskbar without the possibility of making it smaller (excepting registry, which is bugging it). I hate having huge menus with very few options. I hate that I have to click right click on desktop to get a huge shitty menu and to click "see more options" to get the old menu that was smaller and far better, with many options. I also hate the thing that is replacing the ribbon in Windows Explorer. I hate the options on the right of the taskbar, all of them. Why are sound
  3. Flashed the BIOS, let's see how it goes Aaaand nope, same result. Enough for today, I'm tired. :))
  4. So I have rebooted after that strange glitched loading screen thing and it seems like the driver (AMD Catalyst 15.7.1 Driver for Windows 10 64-Bit) didn't even installed correctly, if at all. Thank you, "Microsoft Basic Render Driver".
  5. My father is using a R7 260 1gb and it's still usable. I mean, well, 50-60 fps in War Thunder is all that matters for him. xD Might install Windows 7 on a bad but not dead hdd just to test if there is a Windows 10 related issue.
  6. To be clear, by this you are saying that it may be an issue with the GPU's BIOS?
  7. As I have stated, I've tried several drivers, both the newer Adrenalin and old versions of Crimson and Catalyst. The result is exactly the same every single time.
  8. As an update, if anyone gives a f*, it worked just well, with no issues. Maybe, just maybe, as someone suggested, the GPU may not actually achieve fully potential but my results in gaming are similar with those obtained by other people, thanks youtube. It still is the setup that I am currently using. Thanks y'all for your suggestions.
  9. So, it is 2021 and, as y'all know, the GPU market is a shitfest. I am using an i5 9400f and an RX570 4gb and it seems kinda fine to me. But my girlfriend wants to game as well, on her own PC. But, remember what I've said? The market is a shitfest and everything is so, so expensive. Then I reminded that I have an old Asus R7 265 2gb GPU. Not great, but better than the GTX630 she took from her father's abandoned PC. Now, when I am installing the GPU in my PC, to test it out, everything seems absolutely fine at first. I get an image = it works. Well, kind of. Because eve
  10. I recommend an interface like a Behringer U-Phoria or Focusrite Scarlett. These are both DAC and ADC and also aplifiers for an instrument or/and microphone.
  11. It runs smoothly in games & stuff. According to Sapphire (more specifically, their online public relations representatives), it was not known whether or not the card is accepting a 6-pin cable in the 8-pin slot. To me, it seemed logical and obvious to accept 2x6pin whenever the power exceeds the consumption of the video card anyway. I doubt I will have any issues while I'm not overclocking.
  12. Basically, if the card does not accept it, all it can get is an underpowered video card that will refuse to do the job until it receives what it needs?
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