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SteamID64 76561197994100486
SteamID3 [U:1:33834758]
SteamID32 STEAM_0:0:16917379
Country Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Signed Up October 26, 2012
Last Posted August 8, 2015 at 11:28 PM
Posts 126 (0.1 per day)
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Hardware Peripherals
Mouse Logitech G400
Keyboard Logitech G110
Mousepad SteelSeries
Headphones Logitech G930
Monitor Asus VG248QE
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#6 i7 4790(non k) temperature spiking/fluctuation in Q/A Help
CheeseMan_I think you misunderstood me. It hit 95c not Fahrenheit. Temperatures seem to have gotten way worst. Not only is it fluctuating like that, but when things were working perfect my cpu would be like 60c when playing tf2. Now its like 70-78c

I mean 95f room temperature. If a room with a computer raises in temperature, the temp for the computer raises as well. If I turn my air conditioning off my temps raise about 15c. Outside of the stock CPU cooler not being able to handle the combination of sucking, external heat and a hot Haswell, I can't think of anything else that would cause this.

posted about 4 years ago
#4 i7 4790(non k) temperature spiking/fluctuation in Q/A Help
CheeseMan_I'm using an s340 with plenty of airflow. 3 fans, 1 in the back and 1 in the top blowing air out and 1 in the front blowing cool air in. My power plan is currently at high performance and though the place i'm in can be a little warm it definitely wouldn't cause this. Like I said 3 days ago everything was perfect. I haven't changed anything since then

That's a pretty big enclosure, so that's good, assuming it isn't in a desk cabinet or something. Temperature fluctuations in the area the computer is in will have an effect on heat, but if it's below 95f you should be good. Assuming you didn't do anything on the 2nd CPU cooler install like not tighten the retention screws all the way, you would probably be good with an aftermarket cooler.

posted about 4 years ago
#2 i7 4790(non k) temperature spiking/fluctuation in Q/A Help
  1. How big is your enclosure? How many fans?
  2. What are your power settings/What is your power plan? If its "High Performance" or "Maximum Performance" your CPU will go balls to the wall at any load you give it. Use Resource Monitor to find what's causing your CPU to spike.
  3. Is the room the computer is in air conditioned?

You might be able to get away with just an aftermarket CPU cooler or a more conservative power plan but some Haswells tend to run hot.

posted about 4 years ago
#928 rayshud in Customization

If you want the names of players on top of player health when spectating you need to add:

            "name"		"Verdana"
            "tall"		"8"
            "antialias" "1"
            "weight"	"500"
        "name"		"Verdana"
        "tall"		"7"
        "weight"	"400"
        "additive"	"0"
        "antialias" "1"

somewhere in resource/ClientScheme.res.

posted about 4 years ago
#2 how to disable player model in bottom left corner in Q/A Help

cl_hud_playerclass_use_playermodel 0

posted about 4 years ago
#32 Majors and jobs and stuffs in Off Topic

dropped out to become a computer janitor

posted about 4 years ago
#2 alt tabbing bc of non-genuine windows in Q/A Help

You should really really get genuine Windows but running "slmgr /rearm" in an elevated command prompt and rebooting will reset the 30 day timer for Windows activation. There is a limited number of times you can do this.

posted about 4 years ago
#3 What resolution? in Hardware

Personally, I'd go for the 1920x1080. Those monitors are both extremely similar (brightness, dynamic contrast ratio, refresh rate) except the native resolutions. However, the dot pitch for the 1920x1080 one is higher (102.4 pi/in vs. 91.8 pi/in), which usually results in sharper image. Both are 16:9 aspect ratio, so if you don't like 1920x1080 on the 21.5" you could always do 1600x900, but please note that there will always be distortion on an LCD display when you use a non-native resolution.

Good luck!

posted about 4 years ago
#17 4k vidya (large screenshots, 4k 10MB each) in Other Games

Are you using DPI scaling with Windows 8? If not, how does Windows 7 handle 4k?

I like the DPI scaling in Windows 8 but some applications force disable it.

posted about 4 years ago
#45 gek lft in Recruitment (looking for team)



posted about 4 years ago
#4 G400s Default dpi in Hardware

The native DPI stepping for G400 is 400/800/1800/3600. Native DPI stepping for G400s is 400/800/2000/4000.

posted about 4 years ago
#4 Steam Sale 2014 in Off Topic

i just wanna get kerbal and not pay my left nut for it

posted about 4 years ago
#161 Live from the streets in Off Topic
eeepls demonstrate to me where on the human body it is both safe AND effective to shoot someone

the safest place to shoot someone is the arm or leg. every gunshot wound is destructive because of the permanent cavity it creates, but almost every gunshot wound with a respectable caliber will be effective at disabling someone due to hydrostatic shock (the hydraulic pressure that immediately affects organs in the body due to an external projectile. most of the time this disrupts brain function temporarily, which would temporarily disable a person).

i don't think the cop needed to shoot. i need to read the court documents because i don't remember hearing if his car was running or not, but if you're in your car and a situation could become dangerous, it's very easy to create distance between you and the situation. if the cop had more room he could've handled it safely, but he panicked.

posted about 4 years ago
#2 Internet disconnection in Hardware

I had that problem with my router, its DOCSIS 3.0 so the cable company (Comcast) gets to put any firmware it wants on it. Went away after a while, but was very annoying nonetheless.

However, when it would start disconnecting me hourly, a router reboot (unplug for 30 seconds) usually fixed it temporarily.

posted about 4 years ago
#8 windows partition corrupted?? need help please in Hardware

No problem, glad to be of use.

posted about 4 years ago
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