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About slifer

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    Junior Member

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  • CPU
    i5 2500k
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z68A-G45
  • RAM
    8gb Kingston HyperX
  • GPU
    XFX Radeon HD 6850
  • Case
    Bitfenix Shinobi Window
  • Storage
    Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 500GB, Intel 730 480GB
  • PSU
    500W Corsair Builder Series
  • Cooling
    Coolermaster 212 Evo
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow Dragonage II
  • Mouse
    Gigabyte M6880
  • Operating System
    Windows 7

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  1. I just bought a beyerdynamic DT990 Pro 250ohm and would like to purchase an amp/dac to go along with it.. wanting to spend about 100~ CAD. I currently have Supreme FX audio onboard my Asus Z170 pro gaming aura.
  2. Update, have unplugged all hard drives and plugged in a usb with a copy of the BIOS. Computer turns on now and stays on, but my monitor displays "no signal".. any clues?
  3. it will turn on and then display a black screen for about 10 seconds (my fan leds are on) and then it will restart on its own, and repeat
  4. I can turn off the computer when its in the loop by holding the power button (on the case), and no I also use the power button on the case to turn it on.
  5. so you suggest that I should try using a different powersupply? since i did the cmos jump correctly?
  6. I have shorted the two connectors for the CMOS jumper while the computer is turned off. since there was no bridge on the two pins to begin with, I would have to short it to reset the cmos correct?
  7. Do you think its a fixable problem? Or do you think my install of the bios was corrupt/incomplete.. and not fixable?
  8. Sorry my bad, forgot to mention that I have already pulled the gpu from the system, am only running the mobo, cpu, ram, and the hard drives
  9. I updated my bios and believe that I have a corrupt install, would like to verify and have any recommendations for fixing this issue. The reason for my bios update was because my computer would not boot properly after installing the new graphics card.. I believe I have dug myself a deeper hole that what I was already in. System specs: Intel 2500k MSI z68A-g45 g3 8gb of kingston ram xfx hd6850 going to evga gtx1060 The issue im currently experiencing is that the computer will turn on for 10 seconds approximately, and then it will restart and loop. I have tried pulling the cmos battery, and unplugging the power supply. To try and reset Have tried pulling one ram stick at a time, still doesn't work EDIT: I have already pulled out the dedicated GPU and am running off of the onboard
  10. That looks great shame they didn't add visuals for it to show percentages
  11. yeah I'm currently studying to enter the aviation industry.. and the concept is very cool. Would love to have an aviation themed computer.. maybe like toggle switches and all that sort. How much work would something like this take to program? I have zero programming experience.. but I would be willing to learn if it is not that hard of a process. But yeah, I can see how it could be possible since there are similar things that show temperature and all of that on fan controllers.
  12. Is it possible to mod something that will be its own stand alone display that can display all the system information? things such like CPU temperature, GPU temperature, clock speeds.. I know there are applications like rainmeter that can show most of this stuff, but is it possible to have a stand alone screen that will show you all of this information, but the mouse won't be able to go to that screen? So it would be something that would look like an aircraft display.. something like this https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/03/737-800_EIS_After_Landing.jpg so essentially it would be a fancy fan controller but with a lot more information.. is it possible? Or would something like rainmeter be the only option?
  13. I will probably be using one at a time, or maybe at the most two
  14. Hey guys I want to start a project to switch audio devices for 3.5mm. So what I want to do is to use my (green) 3.5mm to give audio to my keyboard, and two headphones. So I have one input that should go to 3 outputs or maybe 4, to have an extra one. So I've seen some DIY posts like this http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-build-a-18in-35mm-stereo-audio-switch-/ and was wondering if it's possible to use one switch for every output, and have a total of around 4 outputs coming from 1 input. Any wiring advice would be appreciated!