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About blobmello

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  1. Ah ok gotcha, thanks for the replies I appreciate it!
  2. Huh, interesting haha did not know that. So you reckon I'm getting the expected frames for my build? I still feel like I should be able to still hit 90s steady on LOW settings. Thanks for the insight.
  3. So how could you tell what cpu he had? His mobo is only compatible with AM4 chips as well.
  4. Sorry what is this in reference to? I don’t understand.
  5. Hey guys I was wondering if anybody could help me figure out why I'm getting lower fps than usual. I mainly play Warzone and I searched up benchmarks and found this guy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bocsq7VP53w (He has a near identical parts). When I play in game on low settings, I get a low of 70 fps, average of 78fps, and a high of 90 fps in less structured areas. The guy in the video is getting an average of 100 fps on areas where I would be getting 74 fps. I am running dual channel as well so I'm not sure what's happening. Here is my rig: CPU: Ryzen 7 2700x GPU: GTX 108
  6. Ya idk I was searching on the internet for people with the same issue and it seemed that the majority fixed it by just opening the cover and twisting the dial in the middle to get the reader unstuck
  7. That sucks, I had some documents that would be nice to have. You reckon its gone forever?
  8. Uh yea I did open it (just the screws), unfortunately I didn't know that would cause even further harm. I plugged it back in and its still doing the same thing.
  9. So today I turned on my computer and my HDD (Hitachi 1-TB SATA HDD) began to make a beeping and clicking noise. I searched online and read that it was most likely a mechanical issue and that the HDD spinners were stuck in place so I opened it up but found nothing out of the ordinary. When I plugged it back in with the cover open the reader would spin onto the disk for a second and then go back to its resting place and repeat. I attached a video of the beeping noise. Any ideas on whats going on? Thanks! IMG_3049.MOV IMG_3049.MOV
  10. Just swapped my psu with my friends and I was able to play Modern Warfare without any issues so I think im in the clear. Thanks for the help guys! Although my HDD has stopped working and began to make a beeping/clicking noise so I guess Ill have to make a new forum
  11. Hey I was looking at the PSU you recommended (cx 450) and noticed the the cx 550 was only an $8 difference, should I just go for the cx550? cx550: https://www.amazon.ca/Corsair-Semi-Modular-CX550M-Supply-CP-9020102-NA/dp/B01B72W0A2/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8 cx450: https://www.amazon.ca/Corsair-CP-9020120-NA-Bronze-Certified-Non-Modular/dp/B01MTZ96RU/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=cx450&qid=1589136862&sr=8-2
  12. This is the correct one : https://www.corsair.com/ca/en/Categories/Products/Power-Supply-Units/hx-series-config/p/CP-9020031-NA not sure if it makes any difference but yea I will still try to find another