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stmaki16

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About stmaki16

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1997-05-16

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Massachusetts
  • Interests
    Ya pretty much just computer/tech stuff
  • Occupation
    Ice Cream Store

System

  • CPU
    FX-6300 (OC'ed 4.1 Ghz)
  • Motherboard
    MSI 970a-G46
  • RAM
    8 Gbs Ripjaw
  • GPU
    EVGA 650 Ti Boost 2Gb
  • Case
    NZXT Gamma
  • Storage
    1Tb Seagate 7200rpm/120Gb Samsung 840 Evo
  • PSU
    Corsair CX600
  • Display(s)
    Zalman 24"/Asus 19"
  • Cooling
    5 Fans/Noctua NH-D14 Cpu Cooler
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G110
  • Mouse
    R.A.T. 5 (Black)
  • Sound
    On Board
  1. Link Below to a cheap SSD http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820721108
  2. stmaki16

    compatibility issue? gtx 750 1gb

    Im sorry but it was the bios. The bios were very old and weren't compatible with the newer card. I contacted support many times. Hp and EVGA and both said the same thing. It is a bios thing. Its fixed anyways. Psu was brand new as well and had plenty of power. I understand everything you said and already took it into account and it should have worked, but when it didn't i couldn't understand why so thats when i came to a conclusion that it was the bios. It was the bios. Do research on the exact model and you will understand.
  3. stmaki16

    compatibility issue? gtx 750 1gb

    So we figured out the problem. Sorry it took so long. The motherboard just isn't capable of handling the 700 series cards due to the bios last being updated in 2012. Go with a strong 500 series card if I were you.
  4. stmaki16

    Post your CPU temps!

    6C at idle and 23c under load. People don't believe me but in bios it says 23c and in open hardware monitor and cpu-z it all says the same hahaha. I like keeping things cool!
  5. You can go fx-6300 and you wont need to overclock but you can if you'd like too because its always awesome. Just make sure your vrms don't explode hahaha! Otherwise go 8350 or 8320 overclocked and you'll be good!
  6. stmaki16

    hello, question for gtx 770

    Go for the EVGA. That's my preference.
  7. stmaki16

    Help! Really cheap graphics card.

    http://www.amazon.com/EVGA-02G-P3-2639-KR-GeForce-2048MB-Graphics/dp/B008Y8PON8
  8. stmaki16

    amd a8 5600k or fx 6300 build?

    Go #2 and oc the 6300 to around 4.4 or 4.5 and oc the 260x and you get better performance etc. cpu and gpu wise.
  9. stmaki16

    FX-8350 or I5 4670K

    Go for the I5 if its strictly gaming. Go 8350 if you do some heavy multi-core stuff etc.
  10. stmaki16

    compatibility issue? gtx 750 1gb

    We sent it back. Now im getting him a 550ti and hopefully the compatibility wont be an issue. If it gives me beeps again im gonna try and get off the metal protectors on the ports directly from the motherboard and try to do stuff from there. Ill keep you posted. It may take some time though.
  11. stmaki16

    Faulty PSU?

    I actually watch too much Linus! lol It sounds a bit stupid but it happened to my friend so its still possible.
  12. stmaki16

    Faulty PSU?

    I'd recommend getting a new psu. 650w may meet minimum requirments, but with a 780ti and core i5 under heavy load it can very well reach 650w. The 780ti can be extremely power hungry at times. My friend had a 600 w with a core i5 and 780 non ti and the psu couldn't put out enough power so he got 750w instead.
  13. stmaki16

    Gtx 660 ti sli or gtx 780

    Get the 780
  14. stmaki16

    compatibility issue? gtx 750 1gb

    the problem is i cant even get into the bios. it freezes before i can do it.
  15. stmaki16

    compatibility issue? gtx 750 1gb

    But ive done this with multiple pc of the same type and ive never had to do that. i still feel as if its a comptibility issue.
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