Please don't teach me on the topics of communism, you probably never lived under communism, I did my friend.
If you can't discover any correlation between SJW and todays neo-communism, then you perhaps have zero idea about contemporary politics.
SJW communist propaganda, anti-white rhetoric and feminazism ruins any game for me, I'm totally with droopyRO
Next Wolfeinstein game's protagonist will be a disabled Kenyan muslim lesbian transsexual, antagonists will be evil white cisgender dudes
well, maybe you have a messy system and it didn't like the place:). I've been running ASUS software for 6+ years and never had any problems. AI Suite3 is excellent, really nice monitoring and fan control going on. Haven't noticed fishy disk or network usage, it's just stable and reliable.
I feel the same, except for ASUS. I really love their BIOS layout, everything else seems chinese to me.
yep, MSI mobos are decent. But I owe ASUS: My z97-A saved my PC from 2 serious storm power surges (while my modem router got fried) On that day I said... yep... thanks ASUS
Excellent thread, until the part where you started shilling for MSI:)
When getting my current setup, I tried to be more open and researched MSI mobos too this time. MSI's offering in my price bracket was $10 cheaper, but infinitely more meager in features, build quality and even looks. Asus has...
hordes of brainless multiplayer arena shooter addict kids killed emotional and intellectual story driven action gaming.
I always dream of winning the lottery and founding a studio +buying the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. IP rights to make a proper sequel.
You can't win the lottery if you don't buy tickets tho...
Doom 3 had quite the lore, I loved reading the PDA's that expanded upon the lore and the history of the moon base. I wouldn't say that the entire franchise is Serious Samy, they just decided to bin storytelling after Doom 3
Windows automatically installed DCH drivers. Basically DCH versions of nVidia drivers. Removing them is not an easy thing, but there's trick which I never tried myself, apparently Geforce Experience is able to uninstall the DCH drivers properly, and install non-DCH versions.
I'm always very...
yes, since he was worried the problem wouldn't show up after sending it back. Murphy's law and stuff, I totally understand his fears.
I know RMA is fairly simple in the US and other countries, but when it comes to my country, they are fairly strict and you have to document everything send links...
You could try putting the card on cardboard and gently pressing down on the fan at the center where the bearing is. In case there's a mechanical fault.
Besides this, it would be advised to make a recording of the faulty fan to help the RMA process.