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#59 To all MGE lords in TF2 General Discussion
highfiveok delpo stole that spot from me....

Yes this is true and I am very offended that Nursey thinks that I would invent something so GAY

posted about 4 years ago
#31 happy holidays, tftv in Off Topic

this is perfection

posted about 4 years ago
#73 First logs in TF2 General Discussion
together forever

posted about 4 years ago
#3 things you like that other people consider dumb in Off Topic


he's alright

posted about 4 years ago
#10 Games not smooth after power outage in Hardware

Ok so here's where I'm at in terms of testing:
1. Swapped out PSU with my sister's 700w OCZ PSU. The computer boots up (I can hear the normal sounds of booting to the desktop and I can see the home streaming popup from Steam on my laptop) but all my monitors are blank.
2. Swapped back to my normal PSU. The exact same thing as 1. happens.
3. With my normal PSU, pull my GPU out and plug one monitor (DVI) into my motherboard. Everything seems to work fine (it boots and I can see my desktop, launch TF2, etc.).
4. Install my GPU into my dad's PC. Everything seems to work fine.
5. Reinstall GPU into my PC, using a different PCI-E lane. Only one monitor (the same one as 3.) plugged in. Same problem as 1.
6. Swap out GPU power cables from my PSU to the other one that came with the PSU that I have never used (card is 1x 8 pin). Same problem as 1.

So I'm kind of stumped. It seems that the GPU works (worked in my dad's PC), the PSU works (worked when using integrated graphics, also tested with a different PSU and had the same problem), and the monitor works (worked when using integrated graphics), but all together something is messing up. The only thing that I could think of is that all of the PCI-E lanes on my motherboard aren't functioning correctly?

EDIT: Resetting CMOS with my normal PSU plugged in let me boot into Windows and have my monitors display things fine. But the problem in the original post (choppiness) persists. It is worth noting that resetting the CMOS and trying my sister's 700W PSU does not result in my monitors displaying anything, so I guess that PSU isn't working correctly (she hasn't used it in like a year). I'm going to pull my dad's PSU out of his rig and see if my PC starts acting normal again.

posted about 4 years ago
#4 Games not smooth after power outage in Hardware
Brimstonedelpo(note: I do not have my computer plugged into a surge protector)
i hate to say it...

Really hoping it's not a hardware issue, but what exactly would be the best way to determine which part(s) are the culprit(s)? I guess the first thing to try is to swap the PSU out?

hooliram might be fucked, run a memtest to be sure. I would also recommend reinstalling your video drivers and making sure they are the latest.

Windows memory diagnostic tool didn't report any errors. Newest GPU drivers have been reinstalled and the issue persists. I also ran Heaven 4.0 and got pretty normal results.

posted about 4 years ago
#1 Games not smooth after power outage in Hardware

So last night there was a power outage in my house while I was using my computer (note: I do not have my computer plugged into a surge protector). I didn't think too much of it and went to bed. Today all of my games feel choppy. TF2, CSGO, and Fornite feel like they're being run at 60hz or something even though my monitor is set to 144hz. Setting the monitor to 60hz doesn't change the feel of TF2 much (if at all). When I turned my computer on for the first time today I was getting an error when trying to open NVIDIA control panel and when trying to launch TF2 I would just get a black screen that would just return me to the desktop. When trying to launch Rocket League, I got some error about something along the lines of "Your video card does not support alpha blending with floating point render targets, which is required to run this game...". I was able to launch TF2 after restarting my computer, and the game launched in 720p (native is 1440p) and the choppiness began. I have tried reinstalling GPU drivers and verifying game files. Clock speeds and temperature are all normal. Anyone have any ideas on what I could do to troubleshoot the problem further, or what the problem could be? Thanks!

i5 6600k
Biostar Z170X Gaming Commander
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MSI 1070 Aero
EVGA 750W B2
Samsung 840 Evo 256GB

posted about 4 years ago
#22 best music syncs? in Videos

posted about 4 years ago
#6 Keyboards for Review in Off Topic

I would be down to test it out. I have a CM Cherry MX Blue keyboard that I used for around 4 years and a Gateron Brown keyboard that I could compare it to.

posted about 4 years ago
#22 SVIFT NA says goodnight to Thaigrr, adds marmadukeGRYLLS in News
garbugliohighfiveThaigrrWas very fun to play with you guys.

GL Boys!
i love u :(
posted about 4 years ago
#72 Favourite Game from your childhood? in Other Games

posted about 4 years ago
#5424 Frag Clips Thread in Videos
SeltzerdelpoSome scout??

lol jk
When will we see a delpo scout video D:

die scouts

posted about 5 years ago
#5422 Frag Clips Thread in Videos

Some scout??

lol jk

posted about 5 years ago
#5395 Frag Clips Thread in Videos

Delpo demo

posted about 5 years ago
#5390 Frag Clips Thread in Videos

the demo one will be better ;]

posted about 5 years ago
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