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Congrats on the job at least

Tbh it's the happiest I've been in a long time, long hours, pay isn't great but I'm really liking the work so it makes up for it.

I still play around with hardware and do my own little pieces but just not as often anymore, I've got a couple of little things in the works that'll be fun (especially in the lead up to Vega) but I still need a 290x to complete the puzzle there.

Also hoping to get something done with Zen just after it launches but I really need to know the pricing before I can commit to anything there tongue.gif

Glad to hear you are enjoying the new gig. thumb.gif

My wife had lost her job of 18 years last march and had been looking for something since. After months of rejections letters, she got offered 3 different jobs on the same day....kookoo.gif ( Friday).
It's in a different field than she had been in and will take advantage of her other college major - I think she will be much happier in this job as well.

As a bonus, I think my Zen budget just got a little boost tongue.gif
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You guys are doing well.

Cheers!
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so I got some overclock out of this thing, only 4.4, but did anyone else notice that micro stutter reduces when you increase the core clock?.
just watch a you tube about micro stutter and miss-aligned frames and improving frame rates will reduce stutter.
    
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Hey guys,

I discovered something else that causes my PC shut downs when doing Network benchmarks.

Its my Killer E2200 network... I was looking on the net and i am reading nothing but problems with this ****ty nic..

I just moved to another house and i forgot my internet cable so i had to borrow a friends USB WIFI stick and its doing a much better job than that stupid Killer network.. It causes all kinds of problems i was reading but its not the driver but the network manager that is causing this, when people install only the driver it should work properly.

I am planning to go WIFI with my PC and i am looking at this Asus USB WIFI stick: https://www.asus.com/nl/Networking/USBAC56/

My logical thinking tells me that USB network is better than PCIe card because there can be some interference or something from inside of the PC but i am no network expert.

I would love to hear some input from you guys.
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Hey guys,

I discovered something else that causes my PC shut downs when doing Network benchmarks.

Its my Killer E2200 network... I was looking on the net and i am reading nothing but problems with this ****ty nic..

I just moved to another house and i forgot my internet cable so i had to borrow a friends USB WIFI stick and its doing a much better job than that stupid Killer network.. It causes all kinds of problems i was reading but its not the driver but the network manager that is causing this, when people install only the driver it should work properly.

I am planning to go WIFI with my PC and i am looking at this Asus USB WIFI stick: https://www.asus.com/nl/Networking/USBAC56/

My logical thinking tells me that USB network is better than PCIe card because there can be some interference or something from inside of the PC but i am no network expert.

I would love to hear some input from you guys.

I recommend updating your bios firmware if you have not already done so first. Also, I have a MSI 970 Gaming at work and, at least so far, I have had no issues with the Killer NIC that is on it. (Killer E2205 Gigabit LAN controller.) What testing programs are you using?
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Every usb wifi stick I ever used was nothing but a headache (cheap and expensive) only pcie or integrated (still pcie) since. Admittedly I have not tried since wifi "g"

They worked fine for basic browsing but when gaming it was crap
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Hey guys,

I discovered something else that causes my PC shut downs when doing Network benchmarks.

Its my Killer E2200 network... I was looking on the net and i am reading nothing but problems with this ****ty nic..

2: I just moved to another house and i forgot my internet cable so i had to borrow a friends USB WIFI stick and its doing a much better job than that stupid Killer network.. It causes all kinds of problems i was reading but 1:its not the driver but the network manager that is causing this, when people install only the driver it should work properly.

I am planning to go WIFI with my PC and i am looking at this Asus USB WIFI stick: https://www.asus.com/nl/Networking/USBAC56/

My logical thinking tells me that USB network is better than PCIe card because there can be some interference or something from inside of the PC but i am no network expert.

I would love to hear some input from you guys.

1st, There's your answer.

Why would you even use a Network Manager anyway?

2nd, You moved to a new house. The new connection may simply be better in the first place.

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Every usb wifi stick I ever used was nothing but a headache (cheap and expensive) only pcie or integrated (still pcie) since. Admittedly I have not tried since wifi "g"

They worked fine for basic browsing but when gaming it was crap

They are crap as always. The latency introduced by the USB Protocol may always be a tad higher than built-in NICs.

Simply put it, the USB Device will already induce latency. The USB chipset too. That's at least a couple of devices introducing latency into the path.

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I recommend updating your bios firmware if you have not already done so first. Also, I have a MSI 970 Gaming at work and, at least so far, I have had no issues with the Killer NIC that is on it. (Killer E2205 Gigabit LAN controller.) What testing programs are you using?

There is only one BIOS for this motherboard and i don't think that BIOS has anything to do with the network to be honest.

I have Killer E2200 and its very laggy, i noticed this during browsing on Facebook and YouTube and when i am on Google clicking on an website or image it loads very slow sometimes. It has also an memory bug or something because it eats up memory.

When i run this speed test: http://speedtest.operator.nl/kpn/

My PC goes in a sort of save mode or whatever, everything goes off but the fans, cooler and the lights are still running..

Now when i use the borrowed USB cheapo WIFI adapter i noticed that the pages are being loaded much faster and its less laggy..
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I recommend updating your bios firmware if you have not already done so first. Also, I have a MSI 970 Gaming at work and, at least so far, I have had no issues with the Killer NIC that is on it. (Killer E2205 Gigabit LAN controller.) What testing programs are you using?

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Every usb wifi stick I ever used was nothing but a headache (cheap and expensive) only pcie or integrated (still pcie) since. Admittedly I have not tried since wifi "g"

They worked fine for basic browsing but when gaming it was crap

I see, so the PCIe would be the better option than? I guess i have to try for myself what fits my needs i think, i am reading so much different things about which is better USB or PCIe with networking that i can't get my head around it lol. Fortunately i can buy USB first maybe and try it for a month and if it doesn't work properly i can return it and get something else.
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I recommend updating your bios firmware if you have not already done so first. Also, I have a MSI 970 Gaming at work and, at least so far, I have had no issues with the Killer NIC that is on it. (Killer E2205 Gigabit LAN controller.) What testing programs are you using?

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1st, There's your answer.

Why would you even use a Network Manager anyway?

2nd, You moved to a new house. The new connection may simply be better in the first place.
They are crap as always. The latency introduced by the USB Protocol may always be a tad higher than built-in NICs.

Simply put it, the USB Device will already induce latency. The USB chipset too. That's at least a couple of devices introducing latency into the path.

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Yeah i know, but the problem is is that i cannot install the driver only.. I have to install the Killer performance suite as well unfortunately..

Well, i went from 100/100 MB/s fiber optics Internet to only 50 MB/s with the same company and same router and i noticed a big difference when using the cheapo USB WIFI stick to Killer network..

When i load a YouTube video now its very fast compared to Killer network.. Its not only because its crappy performance i want to go with WIFI but also i need a very very long cable from my router to the PC so WIFI is much more convenient in this case.
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A bit of digging gave me this: http://www.killernetworking.com/product-support/driver-downloads/standard-drivers/item/drivers-only

Try it.


EDIT:

opps!

You can use it atm. doh.gif you don't have a cable. biggrin.gif
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A bit of digging gave me this: http://www.killernetworking.com/product-support/driver-downloads/standard-drivers/item/drivers-only

Try it.


EDIT:

opps!

You can use it atm. doh.gif you don't have a cable. biggrin.gif

Yeah, i tried it but it keeps installing the performance suite for some reason otherwise it doesn't work.. i decided i don't like Killer anymore from now on lol

On another note, my mind tells me to get the Asus Sabertooth R3.0 but my feeling tells me not to do it and save for ZEN, it also costs an eye watering 200 euro's here which is waay to expensive for an end of life platform if you ask me... #the struggleisreal lol
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