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major masingil

major masingil

Member Since 01 Jul 2015
Offline Last Active 2 days ago
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In Topic: DVI vs HDMI

A week ago

I was wondering wether there was a degradation in picture quality more than anything. I want to have my pc running through hdmi and my ps4 through dvi. I already have the cable but the hassle of altering the wires is something i do not relish :)

I see, I totally get that angle BD.  It's quite the hassle.  I'm dealing with a similar one.  My monitor has 1 display port and 1 HDMI.  I have the console on the HDMI, but my PC and my work laptop both use display port.  They don't make a Display port splitter which goes past 60hz refresh reliably.  I either have to swap cables every time or have 60hz refresh when I'm gaming on the PC.  I wish my desk had more room for another monitor!  Good Luck!


In Topic: Unknown Connected Network

A week ago

Go to the page in the settings where you can see the MAC addresses. Write down the MAC of the nameless device. Then google MAC lookup tool. Once you find one enter the MAC of the unknown device. It will tell you who makes the device. That should help you figure out what it is. Its probably your computer's Wi-Fi connection, a TV, or a friend's phone.

In Topic: DVI vs HDMI

A week ago

i don't think you'd see any difference on console.  Your refresh rate will stlll max out at 60hz, and I'm pretty sure you can only have 1080p for resolution. I could be wrong, but that's how I understand it


In Topic: How to see devices connected to AP?

3 weeks ago

So when I log into my netgear Orbi router (configured as an AP) I can see a full list of connected devices on my network, even those connected directly to the XR500 with static IPs, but I when I try to do the same from the Nighthawk router in "Device Manager > Network Map", I cannot even see the ones that are connected to my AP via DHCP. The AP itself does show up but nothing else.

 

I know you are not going to tell me that the Orbi- a device that looks like it was marketed towards housewives and belongs in a smart bathroom has better functionality than netduma's flagship top of the line "gaming router" whose chassis looks like a stealth bomber capable of collateral damaging a school full of Afghani children.

 

So please could someone enlighten me as to how do I enable the ability to see my full network?!? The devices themselves do show up under "Network Snapshot" under their actual name (not the name of the AP) when I force them to use more bandwidth, so they are clearly recognized by the XR500, they just dont show up on the god-awful network map.

 

Thanks!

check and see if your Orbi is still set to provide DHCP services, if it is turn that off and everything connected to it should show up as individual devices on your XR500


In Topic: Duma Army - XB1 aftermarket controller advice needed

3 weeks ago

I can not comment on other makes, when I have read reviews they always have too many negatives so I have a scuf elite the best of both worlds for me the elite build with the scuff paddle layout.

 

Yeah its my third elite as they do end up drifting.

It's funny you mention the scuff elite.  You're so right, the scuff paddles are better than the elite's.  Since I have been examining this question my eyes have been drifting towards scuff again