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Aetohatir

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About Aetohatir

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday Dec 07, 1995

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    Aetohatir#8836
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Profile Information

  • Location
    Germany
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Science and vidya
  • Occupation
    Chemistry Student

System

  • CPU
    Intel core i7 4790k @4.5GHz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z97X-UD7 TH
  • RAM
    GEIL 2000MHz 4x8GB (32GB)
  • GPU
    2x Nvidia GTX 980
  • Case
    NZXT Phantom 630 Black
  • Storage
    Somewhere between 5-9 SSDs, and a NAS
  • PSU
    BeQuiet Straight Power 800W
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken X60 for CPU
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 with razer mx brown
  • Mouse
    Razer Naga because all dat buttons
  • Sound
    Some serious audio stuff. Too much to list anyway.
  • Operating System
    Windows

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  1. Wouldn't an nvidia shield TV Pro work just fine? I find those for around 200€ here in Germany. I can't build a computer for that price. At least not with the recommended parts.
  2. All of your suggestions would definitely work, however I thought of some think pre-built. Also, isn't what you're suggesting overkill?
  3. Hello, I'm looking for a media PC that supports 4K UHD out and allows me to decode 4K video files from my NAS, and decode the stream from steam in home streaming. Size isn't a factor, cost is. Recently moved into a larger space and my TV is no longer right next to my PC. I'm guessing machines like this have gotten quite affordable, but I'm very much out of the loop. Any suggestions, and maybe things I should look out for? Thank you
  4. I care about the drive, not the data on it Also I had to void the warranty about a year ago.
  5. Hey people,I have a huge problem:I recently had a power outage, and after that my Computer no longer wanted to boot. I had windows on an NVMe SSD.Now I installed Windows on a different Drive in order to check out what is wrong with this drive.Originally I was able to see the two partitions on the drive but when I tried to look at any data I got the Error message "E:/H: is not accessible. Incorrect function"Since the drives have disappeared from the Windows Explorer. They are however, still in Disk Management, and in diskpart of the command promt. (see Screenshots)I have tried a few third party
  6. I don't have another computer with an M.2 slot. But I might try a PCIe adaptor however, I don't think anything would change. M.2 NVMe plextor 512GB
  7. I can't format it - look at my screenshots or even read what I wrote.
  8. Recovery tools never seem to find the drive. Also as I said I don't really care for a backup, I just want the drive formatted and working again. It being broken is what I am worried about right now.
  9. Hey people, I have a huge problem: I recently had a power outage, and after that my Computer no longer wanted to boot. I had windows on an NVMe SSD. Now I installed Windows on a different Drive in order to check out what is wrong with this drive. Originally I was able to see the two partitions on the drive but when I tried to look at any data I got the Error message "E:/H: is not accessible. Incorrect function" Since the drives have disappeared from the Windows Explorer. They are however, still in Disk Management, and in diskpart of the command promt. (see Screenshots) I have trie
  10. Yes good point. Noticed that as well. Yeah I heard Intel has the space heaters now, and I might go with water cooling, however a huge noctua radiator would probably work fine as well. But thank you for your answer.
  11. Hey, I want to get a new CPU, but I am unsure which team I should pick, and then even which CPU I should get. I've been using the intel i7 4790K since launch now, and while it still does most of what I want it to do, I want to sell it to my girlfriend for cheap who wants a Desktop computer for, and I'll use the opportunity to upgrade my own. I use my computer both as a workstation and a gaming Computer. I sometimes render videos and edit photos with the Adobe suite, but also have to simulate physical particle interactions for university now and then. However, It is mainly used for gam
  12. I have multiple SSDs Two Sata one NVMe Obvio9usly the storage device has nothing to do with video game performance. So the question is do hybrid drives reduce the loading of vidya compared to HDDs, as an 1TB SSD is simply too expensive as of now.
  13. I had a drive die on me once. I wouldn't want 10TB of storage be gone from one day to another. too risky imo get a NAS with parity if you have too much money
  14. The first Harddrive I have ever had is starting to get old. I have problems writing to it, it's read speed has drastically gone down and it's probably in it's last weeks. I've been using it as my videogame drive the past 6 years, but I think it's time for a new one. I don't need more than 1TB because I usually delete my Steam games after being done with them. I thought of getting a 1TB SSD but that's more than I want to spend now. What do you think is the best drive for vidya? I thought a hybrid drive might be a good choice, but which one? Are there hybrid drives with something like
  15. *update So I tested your suggestion out Disabled all of my startup programs, and programs that still start themselves even though I can't disable them I just uninstalled (like Teamviewer). Shut down my Computer, booted it back up. Still at 70% Was really confused. Tested a bunch of things out. Ended up disabling the "Get tips, tricks and suggestions as you use Windows" setting inside the settings. (not that I used it I just didn't disable it) then I restarted and lo and behold memory usage back down at just 7%. I didn't think it was because of that setting, as in the past week my c
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