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AlexUP

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  1. Hello, I've been working and editing videos for a while now, and was wondering what should I use to render videos GPU or CPU? Right now it's set to default - CPU rendering I guess, since CPU goes 100% when I'm rendering a video. But I'm not sure if it's good for my CPU or PC overall. I have heard that if you don't do it right, then video rendering can damage your PC. Setup > CPU: I3-8350K GPU: GTX 1660 Super Thanks in advanced!
  2. Oh alright. Right now according to task manager my current ram speed is 2400 Mhz.
  3. Hey, my question is about RAM. I currently have 8GB ram, running 2400Mhz, and i am planning to buy another 2x4GB, but the problem is, i can't find exactly the same RAM that i currently have. I found the same RAM, but the color is different (current ram is black, the ones i want to add are grey) and the speed is 3000Mhz. Are they going to work if i buy and add them? As far as i know the speed should automatically be downgraded to 2400Mhz, since my current ones are running 2400Mhz. The only thing is, i am not sure if they are going to work without problems? Needed info: MOBO: B3
  4. CPU and RAM Usage is what i should keep an eye on?
  5. Hello, i'm planning to upgrade RAM. I currently have 8GB ram, and feel like it's not enough. Whenever i am in a Discord call and playing games with my mates, then i have a feeling like my games are not running smooth. When my Discord is closed and i am playing alone it feels much better/smoother. Can this be because lack of ram? Is it going to change anything or worth it getting another 8GB ram, so i would have 16GB total? Thanks! Current Setup: CPU: I3-8350K @ 4GHZ GPU: Gtx 1660 super RAM: 8GB
  6. Yeah, not a huge problem, but its just waste of resource, which i don't like. Also i feel like the issue affects my FPS in games where i have to move my mouse around. But thanks, ill check out that third party software later today.
  7. Yeah, thats weird. Do you have any idea what could cause that issue? Or where should i look to find out whats happening. Any possible fixes maybe. I have also tried uninstalling my mouse from device manager, and then restarting computer, but that didn't do anything.
  8. Thats what i did and mentioned. No malware detected, full scanned with atleast 3 different antivirus programs.
  9. Hello, im having a little problem with my mouse and CPU usage. Basically, whenever i move my mouse on my desktop, my CPU usage goes up to 30%! It only happens when i move my mouse around desktop. If i move it over other tabs for example Chrome, discord, then the CPU usage is normal (around 5%). The process is explorer.exe that goes high up. Scanned my PC several times with different antiviruses, no viruses found.
  10. Messed around with settings but it didn't seem to help that much. Gained GPU usage, but CPU usage didn't really go down, it was around 90-100% most of the time. Its weird that its happening to me, because i never had issues with Fortnite before, however i've been using my setup for quite a while now. It started happening recently.
  11. Yeah, i get around 100-110 FPS on MW without ANY problems at all, and the game runs super smooth, no stutters/lag spikes etc.
  12. My motherboard does not support overclocking sadly.
  13. Im playing on 144hz, so ill just limit my fps to 144. Gonna try to mess with graphics settings aswell later. Will RAM upgrade possibly fix the issue? Im currently not planning to upgrade CPU since this problem is ONLY with Fortnite.
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