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NotBoraAtAll

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About NotBoraAtAll

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday Jul 07, 2003

Profile Information

  • Location
    Turkey
  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    Intel Comet Lake Core™ i7-10875H 8C/16T; 16MB L3; 8GT/s; 2.3GHz > 5.1GHz; 45W; 14nm
  • Motherboard
    Mobile Intel HM470 Chipset
  • RAM
    16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 1.2V 2933MHz SODIMM
  • GPU
    NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX3060 Max-Performance 6GB GDDR6 192-Bit DX12
  • Case
    Laptop
  • Storage
    500GB CRUCIAL P2 PCIe M.2 2280 PCIe 3.0 x4 (Read: 2300 MB/s - Write: 940 MB/s) - Hi-Level 512GB Sata3 M2 Nvme Pcie SSD 3300-3100MBS HLV-M2PCIESSD2280/512G
  • PSU
    180W Adapter
  • Display(s)
    17,3" FHD 1920x1080 144Hz IPS Matte LED Display - Samsung LC24FG73FQMXUF 144Hz 24" 1ms Quantum Dot FreeSync Full HD Curved
  • Cooling
    Laptop Stand :)
  • Keyboard
    XPG SUMMONER Blue Switch Gaming Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed
  • Sound
    ASUS ROG STRIX GO 2.4 Electro Punk 7.1 Surround Gaming Headset
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home
  • Laptop
    Monster Tulpar T7 V20.3.2 17.3"
  • Phone
    Meizu x8

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  1. No I'm not here to brag about the way my desktop looks. I just want to make sure before moving on to Windows 11. With NVidia bringing official graphics driver support for Windows 11 with 472.XX I thought it is a great time to download the beta. So, is it safe to update to Windows 11 on this system with some of the system files changed. I know the update won't delete any of my personal files, downloaded games and programs etc and that made me thought what if an interference happens with the stuff i changed? Will the updater fix those automatically? Or will all the Windows files get wiped and be
  2. I had this monitor for 4 years now. And I started noticing it's problems after upgrading to a 3060 laptop from a 970 desktop. The desktop had a CPU bottleneck issue so I thought that was the problem why games didn't look so smooth even at 100+ FPS. But god dam is this monitor trash. I can't afford to change it anytime soon. I actually wanna upgrade to a 2K 144hz but that doesn't seem possible right now. So I started looking for ways to fix this issue around the internet and most useful source I could find is this video: I lowered the higher limit all the way down to 140 and fix
  3. I can't really explain the issue so here's a short screen capture showing what it is. https://streamable.com/bdq1xu I am having this issue in Watch Dogs 2 and Valorant. You can see my hardware info on my profile. I really can't understand what is the issue here. Re-set up Nvidia Drivers but didn't help. Tried playing on laptop's screen and same result. I contacted Ubisoft about this and all they could tell me to do were to disable Windows Defender and try playing with just one screen. Like. This is nuts. It is eye-bleedingly distracting. I hope you can help. Thank you in advance.
  4. but I don't know how tho. Did most of the things watching tutorials online but couldnt find any rainmeter ones explaining how to make changes on the taskbar.
  5. but that's what im tryna save :')
  6. I don't know how I could use rainmeter for start logo replacement, centered taskbar and transparent taskbar all at the same time. I don't even know how to use it to make changes on the taskbar lol. Just using it for the desktop widgets. I can't find a tool that all these at ones that's why I am using all of them at the same time. And while trying so many configurations, I found out that TaskbarX is putting the normal logo behind the one I setup. And I can't find a way to change that. I either give up on the whole aesthetic by using the original half-transparent taskbar or have to force the log
  7. I don't know how I could use rainmeter for start logo replacement, centered taskbar and transparent taskbar all at the same time. I don't even know how to use it to make changes on the taskbar lol. Just using it for the desktop widgets. I can't find a tool that all these at ones that's why I am using all of them at the same time. And while trying so many configurations, I found out that TaskbarX is putting the normal logo behind the one I setup. And I can't find a way to change that. I either give up on the whole aesthetic by using the original half-transparent taskbar or have to force the log
  8. Dear Windows Theme gods, firstly, take a look at the screenshot of my desktop that I attached to understand what the problem is. Then take a look at the other screenshot to see the tools that I am using. Now. Why is that happening? I have no clue. I know I'm using too many apps that they could interrupt but couldn't find a way to get around it and can't delete any since I use all of them for different things. I set up the custom windows start icon and start menu using StartIsBackCfg and I use 7+Taskbar Tweaker to have shortcuts (double clicking on an empty space on the taskbar to go to th
  9. also, I chose dGPU only in the BIOS. could that be the problem?
  10. it's a Tulpar T7 V20.3.2 17,3" Oyun Bilgisayarı | Monster Notebook . Monster is a Turkish budget friendly Notebook Brand which buys Tong-Fang products and does some modifications on them before selling it as a final product. and it does, on it's website the port is listed as a USB 3.1 Gen2 Port (Type-C) - DP Joint Port.
  11. yes it does, there is only one type-c port which is listed as a USB 3.1 Gen2 Port (Type-C) - DP Joint Port.
  12. I just bought a Type-C to display port 1.4 cable. I tried it on my laptop which has a USB 3.1 Gen 2 output and my monitor which has a DP 1.2 input. As I know DP 1.4 is backwards compatible so the difference shouldn't be a problem but when I plug in the cable, I don't get no signal. Just a second of signal appears when I plug the cable in but right after that monitor goes back to sleep. And I feel some sort of defectiveness on the laptop's Type-c port. It feels too easy to plug it in and out and the tip of the cable can move left and right inside it. I tried it on my phone's type-c port to see
  13. Well I just found out that my current monitor's HDMI input is not 2.0, it's actually 1.4. Do you have any suggestions for a compatible adapter so I can connect my HDMI 2.1 output to a display port on my monitor? Would any new DP-HDMI 2.0 adapter work?
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