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Sep
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Sep
14
comment Should you worry about high voltage and wattage on a non-overclocked computer?
Sorry, english is mine third language. What I meant by motherboards audio was onboard audio (same thing). And I meant that if the stress tests fail, then something should be done like lowering voltage or clock speed. Those readings are very good. GPU max temperature was 77°C (GPUs can survive at 100°C so nothing to worry about here). All you have to do in order to maintain your computer is just to check for dust time to time (I clean my PC once a month, sometimes once in 2 months but that's because I live in such environment), but I assume your computer probably has filters for intake fans.
Sep
14
comment iPhone 5 syncing incredibly slow to to iTunes over wifi
Glad you solved the problem.
Sep
14
comment iPhone 5 syncing incredibly slow to to iTunes over wifi
Any other background information?
Sep
14
comment Should you worry about high voltage and wattage on a non-overclocked computer?
Probably those jacks are connected to motherboards audio, and onboard audio usually is the one to blame for buzzing/static sounds. That's another reason why audio cards exist because their power is seperatted from motherboard's power (in some way). I'm also experiencing such issue but only in some cases (for example, one is when I have in-line audio jack connected). If you are worried about voltages, you can always run stress tests to be secure and if they fail at some moment, then you should be worried and do something about it like lowering the voltage. But now, readings look safe.
Sep
14
comment Should you worry about high voltage and wattage on a non-overclocked computer?
Are your headphones connected to the motherboards audio?
Sep
10
comment Google Chrome has crashed
You should be worried about the blue screen instead of Chrome.
Sep
8
comment What's the difference between mobile and desktop processors?
Come on, people! That's not 5.4 GHz in total. That's not how it works!
Aug
28
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
27
comment Quickest way to upload 500 GB to Google Drive
Did you buy additional storage for Google Drive?
Aug
25
comment “Access is denied.” to Administrator
I know. Never had trouble with Windows 7. Something has been changed in Windows 8 and in 8.1.
Aug
25
comment “Access is denied.” to Administrator
Try running command prompt as an Administrator.
Aug
25
comment How much faster is SSD compared to regular hard drive?
Ofcourse, if the SSD isn't a cheap one...
Aug
24
comment Samsung kies on windows Xp
This may help: superuser.com/a/594759/85308
Aug
24
comment Convert Drive to NTFS from FAT32
While Windows is booting, it checks for that particular dirty bit and if it's set to true, it will check the drive. So yeah, you just need to reboot.
Aug
24
comment Convert Drive to NTFS from FAT32
I think if you reboot Windows, it will do the AUTOCHK and the dirty bit will be cleared.
Aug
22
comment I have to refresh browser all the time to view a webpage, and sometimes only text appears instead
I had same issue and I fixed it by chaning my DNS address to Google's (8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4).
Aug
21
comment Missing operation system and can't enter bios
"change boot"? You mean you can't change boot order? Or you can't enter BIOS? Or you can't boot the disk? Also, no need to reinstall system after BIOS setting reset. You can configure it to boot up again. Ofcourse, if you are not willing to re/install the Windows.
Aug
21
comment Blue screen of death - graphics card?
Why do you think so?
Aug
20
comment Weird!!! Where is my folder in flash memmory?
And again. Have you tried formatting it?