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About DSD27

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  1. You can't even boot into the UEFI? Then I'm afraid you'll need to find an older CPU to boot and update Bios.
  2. I did all the port forwarding for the game, but the game still needs UPnP to have NAT Open. Thoughts? Do soem games need UPnP even with port forwarding?
  3. So, port forwarding also affect the router's firewall?
  4. IPv6 supposedly removes all classic NAT related problems regarding port forwarding. I already have it for quite some time, so do I still need to port forwarding/UPnP for online gaming? Or games aren't using it already because a more global implementation is needed?
  5. I don't have any Razer peripherals, but Razer's website says Croma is compatible with ASRock ( https://www2.razer.com/chroma-workshop-connected-devices ) and I do have a ASRock mobo controlling most of my RGB (Polychrome). Will it work with Opera GX? Do people need to install Razer Synapse?
  6. Because everyone keeps covering up for MSI, the excuse that all hardware dies will always allow them to get away. There can't be enough evidence to support the fact that they die more often than the others. Not really for this thread, but that's what usually happens.
  7. I've had a similar problem few weeks ago. Enable XMP » boot loop and half memory hardware allocated. I increased the RAM voltage, not by much, problem solved.
  8. I had an MSI GTX 770 Gaming that suddenly died after 4 years of light usage. On their forums, they give the excuse that all hardware dies and even tried to convince me that 4 years is normal average lifespan for a GPU. Later, I bought one of their Force controllers, it came with a left stick problem, never worked right out of the box at a software level, many people complained, but they never fixed it since they don't even have drivers for it. MSI is trash, people forgot, but MSI used to be a cheaper alternative to Asus, a budget brand, only since their popularity increased, they inf
  9. I agree, but 3066mhz is only 66mhz above what the sticks are supposed to work, so it should be pretty easy to make it stable. It used to be stable at 3000mhz, I don't know what changed, if it's due to bios update or because I've activated Global C-States, or something like that.
  10. This is my Ram: F4-3000C15D-16GVR-G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd. I have a 2600X and ASRock Fatal1ty B450 Gaming K4. With the XPM profile (3000mhz) I'm getting a crash when gaming for a while, with 3066mhz it won't boot. Selecting 2933mh solves the problem. I don't wat to be experimenting a lot, what is mor likely that I have to change in order to get stable 3066mhz? Voltage or timings?
  11. Sorry but your solution was like: - Doctor, my shoulder hurts when I touch it. - Then don't touch it. I'm looking for some setting we can change to give "priority" to full screen games, as it used to be before. But obviously keeping the lock screen enabled, it's there for a reason, I want it to work when not gaming.
  12. Obviously. But the timer is there for the desktop, it shouldn't matter when running a full screen game, it didn't bfore.