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Also, make sure your onboard audio setting is turned on in the BIOS settings & that the audio jack is plugged in securely in the I/O.
Update: Power Options - 'Max Performance' BIOS - Updated to most recent BIOS DRAM - XMP setting applied (1600 MHz) GPU - Stress tested, operates at 100%, PCIe 2.0 speed
First, research the materials used in construction. Make sure you are allergic to any of them. Second, make sure the recharging/ battery terminals are not exposed, let alone exposed to any parts of the skin.Those are the two biggest issues with wearable devices. My fiancee used to work in a Verizon Wireless Call Center and had hands on experience with many different wearble products.
Screenshots of CPU-Z, GPU-Z, and Task Manager with the Performance tab open, all while benchmarking/ stress testing. I want to see the data myself. EDIT: PM me if you are comfortable using Teamviewer.
Like Dawn dish soap.
Hand washing with mild dish soap and microfiber cloth might help. Use a dry microfiber cloth to soak up excess water and let air dry.
If it does touch, just apply some non-conducive insulation material betwixt the two.
It looks like a panel of acrylic scored in a hatch pattern. I don't know if distributors would even be willing to do this for you.
Although minute, it does make a difference. Source
Try overclocking your DRAM to 1600 MHz.EDIT: Go to Rigbuilder and fill in your system's specs.
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