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Cyborg-Rox

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    Video games (obviously), but further than that, I like Sci-Fi and RPG games
    I'm also into digital art and mechanics

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  1. So last year I upgraded my computer with a new CPU and GPU. The old ones I had were GeForece GTX 650, and Intel Pentium G2030, and the new ones I got were GeForce 970 and Intel i5-3570k. They both work fantastically, as I can perfectly run games like Fallout 4, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and DOOM. However, when I play GTA V, after a couple of hours of completely smooth frames on max settings, it will start stuttering horrendously when driving longer distances, crashing, shooting / getting shot etc, and it's really annoying. I fear this might be a problem with my new processor, as I bought it used (the graphics card was used too, but very little, and it was handled pretty professionally imo). What do you guys think? Should I run some diagnostics or something to get a more accurate estimate of the problem I'm having? In that case, what tools should I use for that?
  2. Take a look at this video, it should cover pretty much everything you're asking. I've linked it to where the relevant info starts, roughly at the 10-minute mark, and ends on the 20-minute mark.
  3. help

    I don't know, something seems dodgy about that "wish" website you get them from. I keep seeing the exact same keyboards at different prices, some up to 10x the 'regular' price, but discounted massively so it's actually close to that. I have a feeling those keyboards are gonna be cheap as hell with China quality... Plus, those Enter buttons are way too small imo.
  4. help

    So something seriously annoying has gone wrong with my current keyboard: The A button gets stuck if I press it too hard, making me have to 'scoop' it back out, and it happens very often. It's a Trust GXT 280. So... now I have to get a new one, thanks to 1 button :/ I have some requirements of what I'd like the keyboard to have. #1 is length. It needs to be no bigger than my current one, which I think is 50cm wide, and that already needs to be slightly sticking out of my desktop plate. #2 is LED-lights on the buttons, so I can easily see what buttons I'm pressing in my poorly lit room. (preferably red lights) #3 is sturdiness. I don't want my new keyboard to start falling apart in 1 year. #4 is, well, price. It doesn't have to be wireless, or have a crazy design, as that just adds to the price unnecessarily. Appreciate any suggestions you guys can give me c:
  5. People should know that major online games get changed a lot over time. Hell, even in the review Joe says that it will probably get changed, so at that point all the viewers have to do is look at the date of the review and put two-and-two together.
  6. I can't tell if this is surreal art on par with Picasso, or a very rough sketch
  7. Nnnnnnnnnnnnnope. Effect is a subject and Affect is an action. To help remember this in the future, try keeping the phrase "The effect affects..." in mind. The effect affects an effective effect that affects an effect. As for the OP, I hope Bethesda has considered some of the critical feedback regarding Fallout 4 when moving onto the next Elder Scrolls. Some of Fallout 4's changes (and lack thereof) is something I REALLY don't want to carry over to the next Elder Scrolls.
  8. Well, it's not exactly boring. My heart was pounding with every shocking realization. You do need to pay close attention though.
  9. No, no, there's nothing about the so-called "Illuminati" in the Zeitgeist movies. You should really try watching it with an open mind though. It really digs deep into economic and governmental subjects, which are not commonly known, but thoroughly proven.
  10. Alright, I've used my PC for several hours after restoring it now, and it looks to be fine. Thanks for the help, Spartan.
  11. But... I've worked so hard these last few days making my own Fallout 4 mods e_e ...Bah, guess I could just put those files on a USB. The Support Desk did advice me to make a Restore Point before using SlimDrivers, which now I'm very thankful that I did!
  12. Hmm, nothing listed is anywhere close to the date. Closest I see is Nov 2nd, which is 3 weeks earlier than when I used SlimDrivers.
  13. Hmm... isn't there some way to check what was updated by date? That way I could determine what drivers SlimDrivers updated. I remember there were 6 drivers specifically for Windows. Then there was 1 for my drawing tablet and 1 for my... USBthing-that-gives-my-stationaryPC-internet-access-without-ethernetcable-whatever. And that's it, 8 drivers total. No Nvidia or Sound stuff.