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gepowr

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About gepowr

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System

  • CPU
    i7 4790k
  • Motherboard
    Asus Z97 Pro Gamer
  • RAM
    G.Skill 16GB DDR3 1600MHz
  • GPU
    EVGA Gtx 1080 Gaming
  • Case
    Be quiet Pure Base 600
  • Storage
    128GB ADATA SSD, 1TB WD Black, 1TB WD Blue
  • PSU
    Be quiet Pure Power 10 700W
  • Display(s)
    Acer 144Hz (1080p), Acer 60Hz (1080p)
  • Cooling
    Mugen 5 + a lot of be quiet fans
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G910
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 + Zowie ZA12
  • Sound
    Logitech G633 + Teufel Aureol Massive
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64-Bit

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Germany
  1. Yes i think any haswell i5 would do just fine.
  2. Need a little help with my Hard drives!

    Diskpart list volume select volume (hdd that has the partition on it) remove letter= (letter of the partition) exit This should do it.
  3. Problems with Ryzen 2200g

    What's your ram frequency? Did you adjust the possible vram in the bios?
  4. i7 4790K is its still good?

    Probably not for 5 more years, but at least 2. I'm still very happy with the performance of my 4790k. If i were you i would definitely wait for the 8 core i7's later this year. This is what i'm gonna do at least.
  5. New battery worth it ?

    Just another quick question i got. I just found out that HWInfo64 shows the battery wear level. For the current battery it displays 63% (which basically means it's almost dead right?). Is this percentage remotely accurate so that i can expect more than double the battery life compared to what i have right now ?
  6. What does the bios say? If it displays all ram sticks, try installing ubuntu to a usb stick and boot into it. If Ubuntu detects all your ram sticks, it's a windows problem, also seen that before.
  7. Issue with USB ports

    Since the ports work when booting, i personally think it's a software issue. Try reinstalling usb drivers, also on what os are you on? That aio looks amazing btw :O.
  8. Does fortnite use hyper-threading.

    I'm guessing you have a 7700k? If so there should not be any fps drops in fortnite. Even my 4790k keeps this game at well over 110 fps all the time (max settings 1080p)
  9. About the cpu in laptop

    According to the picture it should be possible, just like @samcool55 mentioned.
  10. Asus prime x370-a or Asus Strix B350-F would be my personal choices. Or get the 4xx counterparts for more features when you are upgrading to some next gen ryzen. I've been using asus for years and didn't have a single issue.
  11. One of my friends experienced that too. What are your full specs? If 2 sticks work fine, it could be a imc problem. Try switching the sticks again and check what windows says with 1, 2, 3 and 4 sticks installed.
  12. New battery worth it ?

    I ran cinebench and firestrike a couple of times, i don't have time for a full stress test right now, but i will do that in the future and report back. I will probably do some extended gaming tests too since that tends to be more realistic espacially for a laptop.
  13. Alright just fixed it myself, revo uninstaller pro free trial just did the trick. It scanned and found all the folders and registry keys connected to the creative software and succesfully uninstalled and deleted all of it. It is definitely completely removed now, thanks anyways for your help.
  14. Is there really no other way than reinstalling windows ? I almost think it's funny how windows can't even remove a program correctly when there's a dll or something missing.
  15. I'm having trouble with the "THX Tru Studio Pro" software which i installed on my xmg p502 (since that laptop is marketed with this specific software). However sound quality is very bad overall and the software does absolutely nothing. Fiddling with the bars and sliders in the software itself does nothing and therefore does not improve sound qualtiy. So i tried uninstalling it in the system control which results in an error: RunDLL: problem starting c:\program; The stated module was not found. I've also tried iobit uninstaller which doesn't give out any errors but does not uninstall the program, it just pops back up after a restart with all the folders still there. I am getting really desperate and i want to know if there's any way to brute force an uninstall with complete folder removal and registry cleaning? I also checked the install folder and there's indeed no uninstall.exe or dll.
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