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Offline Last Active Aug 18 2018 06:33 PM

#42016 100% dISK usage???

Posted by Puddingsbane on 11 August 2018 - 07:44 PM

Try checking for a process called "superfetch" when you start your PC next time. It's one of the main things that causes 100% disk usage and since you said it begins with you turning your PC on I'm most assured it's the main cause of the issue. The programs and other processes you are running in the background are written in your RAM memory (hence RAM caches), superfetch is basically making your hard drive to fetch those programs from memory to load quicker than usual. Don't be alarmed, it's not harmful at all and you can disable it if you want.

#41882 Great game to help build pc

Posted by Puddingsbane on 05 August 2018 - 09:31 PM

If you love these types of games like car mechanic simulator it's really good.

#41773 Hey Ladies and Gentlemen:)

Posted by Puddingsbane on 01 August 2018 - 07:27 PM

Hey man, welcome to the forum.

#41601 What music are you listening?

Posted by Puddingsbane on 23 July 2018 - 12:01 AM

Speaking of good old school melodic death, i got you covered (the big three, soilwork, dark tranquillity an in flames)



#41584 What music are you listening?

Posted by Puddingsbane on 22 July 2018 - 12:14 AM


#41388 TIP: Building your PC

Posted by Puddingsbane on 10 July 2018 - 09:36 AM

Damn, lucky guy. Then you're set :)

#41381 TIP: Building your PC

Posted by Puddingsbane on 09 July 2018 - 08:24 PM

Yeh I know most probably I will have to as its a 2nd gen ryzen. But its not that hard, just a bootable usb 


one little problem tho, you will need a gen 1 ryzen cpu to flash it unless it doesn't say on your board it's ryzen 2 ready then it's ok. some motherboard manufacturers allow bios flash without cpu over USB and bios flashback button on the back IO or on the board it self but most don't have that feature (specifically AMD boards, that feature is found only on Intel ones like Z370, 170, 270 and higher end boards...). if you put your gen 2 ryzen there's a high chance the board will not recognize the cpu and the system won't post. Some manufacturers like asus started to update their boards BIOS when ryzen 2  launched so it says on the packaging it's compatible and ready with ryzen 2 chips. keep that in mind mate.


Because of that AMD partners will, in near future, ship boards with bios flashback feature.

#41366 Pros and cons of a micro-atx board.

Posted by Puddingsbane on 08 July 2018 - 07:47 PM

Well the size itself of a micro atx board can be a pro and a con at the same time. It allows you to build in a smaller case can save you some money if you choose to go with micro atx board, they are cheaper than their full atx counterpart. Cooling and dissipating hot air on a micro atx system is much harder because all of the components are crammed together in one tight space, so the components will run hotter than full atx tower builds. Most don't support SLI/Crossfire because of the number of PCI-E lanes the board has (depends on the model of the board really). Micro atx usually comes with only 2 RAM slots and can't support higher speed memory or run it in let's say quad channel configuration. Some features are also removed from it like the number of USB, SATA connectors, storage expandability and so on. Also a bunch of them don't support overclocking (depends on the model of the board again). Still does what it was supposed to.

#41350 asdasd

Posted by Puddingsbane on 08 July 2018 - 01:48 AM

The "serving side" hasn't showed the proof of you using some sort of cheat yet. You came here with a negative attitude from the start of this thread, how do you even expect us to react on such bullshit behaviour? And you are calling us arrogant? You will get what you give, and you came here with nothing but rudeness and contempt. The host is as good as the guest, if your approach was any different we would have a much different conversation.


So yea, keep patiently waiting.....in silence, until proof has been provided.

#41347 asdasd

Posted by Puddingsbane on 08 July 2018 - 01:10 AM

1. It can't because it shows absolutely nothing and you can't prove that it's the same one when you got hit in the head by the ban hammer.

2. You should really behave yourself because you are the one asking us to unban you.


You will wait like all the rest until the proof has been provided by the admin who banned you. So sit back, relax and don't be a dick to others. Being a keyboard warrior won't help your case at all, so by all means please continue. One less to worry about.

#41046 Happy Birthday, Not-so-Angry Pudding!

Posted by Puddingsbane on 25 June 2018 - 06:18 PM

Thank you all :)


Much love.


And Razer just as I was about to like your comment the "The Flesh And The Power It Holds" started playing randomly on youtube as next song. By the way that's one badass cake :)

#40965 PC upgrades on the way

Posted by Puddingsbane on 21 June 2018 - 10:12 PM



Motherboard arrived few days ago!! Asrock Fatality X370 Gaming Professional Series. Got it extremely cheap (I'm a bastard and a prick at negotiating PC hardware prices, and a proud one I must say) only 100$ for a over 300$ board. And in about 2 weeks (heard from a guy today) the Ryzen 7 1800X is arriving as well, again got it cheap for just shy over 200$. Will post screens and aida reports when it's done ;)

#40800 Ban Apeal

Posted by Puddingsbane on 12 June 2018 - 07:41 PM

If I remember correctly you were playing under the alias "Johnny Sins", but unfortunately I don't have the video anymore because I cleaned my HDD due to a lack of space.

#40730 Intel giving away free chips

Posted by Puddingsbane on 07 June 2018 - 02:54 PM

"It's the first Intel processor to deliver up to 5.0Ghz single-core turbo frequency performance" one little problem tho, it can't lol. The motherboard they were using was a socket P mobo with an LGA 3647 which is the same as the Xeon motherboard and it's clear that they took the existing Xeon grade processor and repositioned as a desktop part and the CPU in question is probably, most likely, an intel 8176 platinum which is a Skylake-X processor....Not new. And when asked, intel didn't neglect the note of the cooling solution they were using to achieve the said frequency, they used a chiller behind the scenes hidden from the eyes of others that was holding the constant -10 C, so you are looking at mid 50's to low 60's in working temps on the cpu (WITH 28 CORES AND OC TO 5GHZ, AT MID 50'S ON WATER, NOPE!). Overclocking a 28 core cpu to 5ghz on liquid cooling will result in system instability, blue screens and system hangs without some sort of exotic cooling solution like for instance LN2 or in this case a chiller.


This was a last minute panic change in response to Threadripper 2, and a lame one at best. Even at lower frequencies this thing would be extremely difficult for a consumer to cool. Hope this sheds some light on things.

#40648 nN| New Rookie Admins lvl 40

Posted by Puddingsbane on 01 June 2018 - 02:23 PM

Congratulations people, good luck and happy hunting