Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

Digideath

Member
  • Content Count

    297
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Awards

This user doesn't have any awards

1 Follower

About Digideath

  • Title
    Member

Profile Information

  • Location
    Scotland
  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3700x
  • Motherboard
    Msi mpg b550 gaming edge wifi
  • RAM
    Kingston hyperx fury 32gb (2x16gb) @ 3200mhz
  • GPU
    Msi ventus rtx 2060 oc
  • Case
    Raijintek Silenos Pro
  • Storage
    1tb sabrant nvme pcie gen 3 (windows)
    2tb Wd 3dnand sata ssd (steam)
    2tb seagate barracuda (storage)
  • PSU
    Seasonic focus 850w gold plus
  • Display(s)
    Asus tuf gaming 24", 1080p, 144hz
  • Cooling
    Arctic Freezer 34 Esport Duo
  • Keyboard
    Sharkoon skiller
  • Mouse
    Razer viper mini
  • Sound
    Soundblaster z audio card
    Logitech 1000watt 5.1 surround system
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

Recent Profile Visitors

205 profile views
  1. It says I've been pwnd. 7 data breaches. I used to use the same questions but I changed them up after the battlenet hijack. Also I did change my passwords. Not one from my old collection but I made whole new ones up. Hmm. I used to get up to certain things online. I'm retired now but i have made more than a few enemies on the way. I have my suspicions put it that way. And my os is a recent install I did. Its 2 weeks old at most.
  2. Hi there. I'm badly needing help. I dont know what to do or how to deal with this. I'm under constant attack from a hacker. I've been singled out for some reason and this person knows a disturbing amount of information about me. It's been going on for 2 years. They are targeting multiple account's I have online. Hotmail, steam, battlenet, epic, ubisoft, msi etc. Its all the same foot print. Who ever is behind it uses a vpn with the same group of servers. For example My hotmail account has been hacked 3 times. Once I had to recover the account because the pas
  3. What software is that? I don't recognise it. I've never used it before. I work with audio as well. It could be a cpu bottleneck. Maybe the app is only running a thread or two so it's stuttering at points, under load. Remember all the little changes you make to an audio file add up to cpu usage during playback testing.
  4. Check the boards diagnostic leds. Does the ram light turn on orange as well? Od is usually a ram issue. 4 sticks? Pull 3 of them. Just leave 1 stick in slot 2 and try again.
  5. Just a theory. Are your ISP throttling your traffic? It might explain why your vpn still works ok. An isp cant see what your doing when you have the vpn on. Also did you go to speed test.net and run comparison speed tests? Vpn off and on. One for each.
  6. Thats what i thought. Thats why i asked. Thanks for that.
  7. I have multiple drives. Mechanical, sata ssd and m2 ssd. Can i defrag the ssd drives or is it better not to because they are ssd?
  8. To gain access to the bios via windows, do the following. Frist load windows then bring up the troubleshooter by holding down the shift key while going start menu > power > restart. Keep the shift key held in while it restarts to the troubleshooter. Once in the troubleshooter, go troubleshoot > advanced options > uefi firmware settings > restart From there the computer will reboot straight into the bios, automatically. Once in the bios, look for and disable fast boot. That's what's causing it to skip past the bios screen.
  9. Do you have gsync/freesync enabled? It's just it could be on by default. Also that not every freesync monitor can run on gsync. Some have issues. Flickering at 144mhz is a common symptom of that.
  10. Do you know if it's the pump or the fans making the noise? Some corsair aio have issues that cause the pump to go noisy. To test, disconnect the fans and start it up. If it's still noisy then it's the pump.
  11. I normally never use it. It's just I've seen a lot of people on here on about it so I thought I would try it out. That's the last time I'm doing that.
  12. I know it's on the store. Ive already tried that. It still doesnt work. It's not just new drivers. I tried loads of old drivers I had backed up. I keep a copy of every driver I use. They come in handy. None of them worked. The control panel is still missing. Something is literally broken in windows. I'm just going to reinstall windows. It will take me 3 hours to get it back up and functional again.
  13. So I used ddu for my first time as I've seen it recommended on here several times. I was looking to update my gfx drivers. I was trying to see if a newer driver fixes the shader caching bug in destiny 2. I did it in this order. - I downloaded ddu - I downloaded the nvidia drivers - I disconnected from the net - I boot in to safe mode - I ran ddu and removed all the nvidia stuff - I boot back into windows and installed the nvidia drivers. Almost straight away I noticed I had no nvidia control panel. It wasnt in the system tray and it was missing
  14. 1.35v is the normal voltage for xmp profiles on ddr4. For example, I have 32 gigs of 3200mhz ram running atm with a voltage of 1.35 volts.
  15. This apparently does what you need. I can't vouch for it though. I've never used it before. I calibrate my monitors colours myself. https://www.calibrize.com/
×