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Tundral

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About Tundral

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday Dec 30, 1998

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  • Discord
    Tundral#4741
  • Steam
    Tundral™
  • Origin
    Tundral
  • Battle.net
    Tundral#2348
  • PlayStation Network
    Never owned one
  • Xbox Live
    LARPPA98 (not used for 3 years)
  • Twitch.tv
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    @TundralTV

Profile Information

  • Location
    Finland
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    PCs, all kinds of electric technology and also psychology to an extent
  • Biography
    I'm a 21 year old PC enthusiast and a gamer. I have for a long been educating myself about PCs, mostly through Youtube channels like LinusTechTips.
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 3600X
  • Motherboard
    Asrock X370 Killer SLI
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair LPX 3200Mhz
  • GPU
    Asus Strix GTX 1070ti
  • Case
    Fractal Desing Define R5
  • Storage
    Samsung Evo 1TB M.2 SATA SSD + Toshiba X300 4TB HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G2
  • Display(s)
    Acer Predator Z35bmiphz (1080p model)
  • Cooling
    Thermalright HR-02 Macho rev.b.
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 LUX with MX Brown
  • Mouse
    Logitech G600
  • Sound
    FiiO Andes E07K --> Audio Technica ATH-M50X + Modmic 5
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. HDMI 1.4b does support 120hz@1080p!
  2. Just install Ubuntu or Pop-OS or something on one of the drives. The process is really similar. Then install graphics drivers and Steam (Pop-OS should have an 'app store' you can easily get them from). With Steam you could just download and try out some game (preferably one you have issues with) that's compatible with Linux and see if you have the issues you do with a Windows install.
  3. You do mean updated the motherboard BIOS from the BIOS, not just the Windows drivers for your motherboard?
  4. One possibility for isolating the problem could be to install some variety of desktop Linux on one of the drives and trying to run some games with Proton. If this also fails I'd suspect there's some issue with a piece of hardware or its firmware. Also have you tried to update/reflash your MoBo BIOS?
  5. Even if we can't solve your issue I commend you on doing troubleshooting, documenting it and giving us as much info as you can to work with! Though I'd like you to specify if Factory Reset on PC means you reinstalled Windows from a fresh USB/Disc or if you just did the built-in Windows factory reset?
  6. It's not the exhaust process. The card will blow air out of the back of the PC and whatever might flow out of the sides of the card will definitely make its way to be exhausted by one of the top fans! Dust might be a problem, but if it's not like absolutely filled with thick dust that wouldn't be causing such high temps. One thing I'd do though is making sure that the intake fans on the front are pushing in more air (spinning faster, or having more intake fans) than the exhaust fans are pushing out so that a positive air pressure is kept inside of the system. This will prevent
  7. Might have some bullshit hotspot throttling if it's a Verizon phone. Damn that's sucky. Could be worse tough but still
  8. I agree with the 1650 being a bit low powered for the configuration. Should be fine though if you're only going to be playing eSports titles.
  9. There's like 1,5 fans just blowing fresh air underneath the GPU for it to use. Should be way enough, especially with such and open case!
  10. He's got three fans pulling air in from the front. It most definitely isn't his overall airflow. I've got three intake fans, one outtake and a less open system. My Strix 1070ti barely reaches 70C at full load with <40% fan speed. EDIT: This is with F@H hitting my CPU 100% at the same time!
  11. So if you go outside and test the phone on its own and as a hotspot (with the other device next to it) the speed is different? Well of course if you're going to be using a different ISP for the internet access then you can't use your phone to test it really. One option would be to get a prepaid SIM from said provider and test with it to see what the speeds will be like
  12. The benefit of true G-SYNC was that it was the only way of getting VRR on Nvidia before they opened it up. Nowadays unless you're going for G-SYNC ultimate or need HDR or something it doesn't really matter if you get a G-Sync compatible or a G-SYNC proper monitor. I have both and I haven't observed any noticeable difference in the quality of the VRR
  13. Your ping will definitely not be as good as with a wired connection, but as long as there's no bufferbloat on your side of the network latency shouldn't be much more than 20-30ms worse than a wired connection. If your phone isn't horribly old then you can go test the mobile network to your house simply by taking your phone, standing at the place in your home where you could mount an antenna and doing a speedtest. This should give you a rough estimate on what the speeds are going to be like. I would though recommend doing this in the evening when a lot of people will be possib
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