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The average response time for a 911 call is 10 minutes. The response time of a .357 is 1400 feet per second.

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1 hour ago, ryan said:

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this is my performance with a 3060 115w and i7 11800h auto fans so my everyday day to day performance, I can get higher but not by much. impressive matching a 3070 85w

Nice runs Brother @ryan

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The average response time for a 911 call is 10 minutes. The response time of a .357 is 1400 feet per second.

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The average response time for a 911 call is 10 minutes. The response time of a .357 is 1400 feet per second.

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Brother @ryan - here you go, buddy... in all of its glory. 

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The average response time for a 911 call is 10 minutes. The response time of a .357 is 1400 feet per second.

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awwwww thanks buddy thats impressive, I might have to join the desktop crowd. 😛

 

also after installing gpupi 3.2 from overclockers.net my audio with dolby access has been buggin out like im doing a crazy overclock ect or i have a virus I ran avg boot time scanner and malware bytes found 5 malware ect it should be clean but it seems as though something advanced has been installed any advice and whats my first line of defense something that will find it

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@ryan that is really strange. Not sure why that would happen with GPUPI 3.2 being installed.

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9 minutes ago, ryan said:

yeah computer has been crashing apps(antivirus ones) and sound is messed

Unless the Redmond Retards disabled it and you didn't notice they had, run System Restore and it will probably be as good as new.

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17 minutes ago, ryan said:

i just did a system restore and dolby access audio is choppy now

Is GPUPI 3.2 a "portable" app that you simply extract and run? If not, did you uninstall it as well? If it has no installer, delete the folder. If you get an error about a file in use or needing permission to delete when trying to delete the folder after running System Restore and rebooting, then it could have been packing some extra stuff that is nasty. You could try deleting it in Safe Mode if that happens.

If you start Windows Task Manager, see if something is hogging up CPU and/or memory resources. If something is running in the background it could affect the audio.

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I just installed malware bytes and eset and ran a virus check nothing..audio is crackling now...deleted the program folder gpupi 3.2 and now im baffled even a google search on the audio issue nothing shows no one is having issues like this with dolby

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3 minutes ago, ryan said:

I just installed malware bytes and eset and ran a virus check nothing..audio is crackling now...deleted the program folder gpupi 3.2 and now im baffled even a google search on the audio issue nothing shows no one is having issues like this with dolby

You have changed the timers. Run GPUI again and look into the tool tab. See my previous post. 
 

Nothing wrong with this software 🙂

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problem fixed holy crap that scared me I spent hours setting this computer up. I will listen and follow papusan and mr. fox vicariously now

basically thanks alot you guys are so good at what you do its not even funny, my friends are always talking about how good with computers I am and I was baffled. thanks a million 🙂 geez back to benchmarks

 

also its cool how mr.fox tipped off papusan and together they came up with the fix, just brilliant 😛

 
 
 
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On 2/10/2022 at 6:47 PM, electrosoft said:

eBay tends to be hands off until you ask them to step in or message them directly. If the seller doesn't accept returns as a condition, eBay will STILL stay hands off till you ask them to step in if the seller doesn't respond. This ia a flaw in their system because some sellers WILL respond, say they are sending a label and never send a label and try to time out your window.

It sounds like he maybe called in manually to void the return with a line of BS which will keep you in the dark while everything sits in limbo and you wait.

What they don't realize is you can reach out to eBay via eBay, Facebook and Twitter and they will jump all over it ASAP. They also don't realize that everything they said or sent digitally and even voice is for full view by eBay CSRs from both sides.

What she said was correct in that he informed you he would accept the return/refund then never sent a label but had you and the system thinking he did. I've even seen shady sellers try to indicate they MAILED the buyer a label so that's the hold up while they wait for a time out or for the buyer to get frustrated and quit.

Either way, once he indicated he was accepting the return / refund that is all eBay needs to see and if he fails to send a label they will just auto refund you.

Most transactions on eBay go well but I've had some hiccups and problems with sellers and being proactive and on top of things and detailing everything with their messaging system is key to getting satisfaction.

I went through something like that with the X170KM-G except the seller (XoticPC) just opted to not respond at all so I escalated (which is what you're in the process of doing right now). They STILL didn't respond so eBay ruled in my favor by default then suddenly they found the respond button to send a label and try to lay the groundwork to give a partial refund before I even sent it back so I made sure to document everything and send pictures of everything. eBay refunded me the entire amount. I will never do business with them on any level again nor recommend them to any buyer ever again.

When I went through my 9900ks fraud fiasco a few years back on eBay the seller even tried to misdirect, agreed to send me a label, then sent me the wrong label and after I shipped uploaded a different tracking # in hopes of being able to show the package wasn't shipped/delivered. I don't think some shady sellers realize eBay has access to any and all communication and images at all times. They quickly saw what they attempted to do, updated the tracking # to the proper one on his attached label and let it play out accordingly. They auto refunded me and ironically the package was returned to me a month later with the 8100 he tried to send me inside.

If you do happen to get a label make sure it correlates to the proper return address. Is this the same seller @tps3443 used for his chiller?

With eBay, it really comes down to documenting everything. Uploading pictures is a major help too.

Hope it works out for you bro.

 

So eBay has decided to refund me 100% of the transaction, so I guess your advice on eBay having a hands off approach unless the buyer has an issue and gets them involved is spot on.

It was the same seller that tps3443 got his from and I actually feel bad for the guy. I am not trying to scam the guy out of money or the chiller. I wanted it to work out of the box as he noted in the description of the auction. I could fix the chiller easily but I am going to see if he still wants to send me a shipping label for this unit. I am a businessman first, so I know the feeling of being scammed all too well. 

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2 hours ago, Rage Set said:

So eBay has decided to refund me 100% of the transaction, so I guess your advise on eBay having a hands off approach unless the buyer has an issue and gets them involved is spot on.

It was the same seller that tps3443 got his from and I actually feel bad for the guy. I am not trying to scam the guy out of money or the chiller. I wanted it to work out of the box as he noted in the description of the auction. I could fix the chiller easily but I am going to see if he still wants to send me a shipping label for this unit. I am a businessman first, so I know the feeling of being scammed all too well. 

That is AWESOME to read and I'm glad everything worked out properly.

I would do the same thing and still offer to send it back on his dime if he wants it. Like you, I've been on both ends when getting or attempting to get scammed and it isn't pleasant.

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15 hours ago, ryan said:

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this is my performance with a 3060 115w and i7 11800h auto fans so my everyday day to day performance, I can get higher but not by much. impressive matching a 3070 85w

 

Nice what laptop model is this? 

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2 hours ago, electrosoft said:

That is AWESOME to read and I'm glad everything worked out properly.

I would do the same thing and still offer to send it back on his dime if he wants it. Like you, I've been on both ends when getting or attempting to get scammed and it isn't pleasant.

 

So I saw the full text of the seller's response to eBay and I now believe he wasn't going to send the label to me. He wrote that it worked (I am sure it did) before he shipped it and it was well packaged to be honest. However, the fuse was taped, which means he or someone attempted a repair on the unit. 

 

I may just ship it back on my own dime. He mentioned he's done with eBay and this transaction cost him more money than he made. He hasn't responded to my other message from two days ago, so I have a decision to make. 

 

Anyway, this concludes this saga. Thank you again for your advice. I'm going to stay off eBay again for awhile.  

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