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About Peejay

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  • Birthday 1992-08-24

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  • Location
    Ghent, Belgium
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  • CPU
    i5 4690K @ stock
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z97 Gaming 5
  • RAM
    16GB Kingston HyperX Fury @ 1600Mhz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX960 4GB
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide Spec-01
  • Storage
    Kingston 120GB HyperX SSD - 500GB WD
  • PSU
    Cooler Master G750M
  • Display(s)
    1) LG 23MP65 17" IPS - 2) Medion 1440x900
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1
  1. No, I can only put in a voltage number. Beneath that is an offset voltage option, but it is greyed out. Weird.. Still looking into it
  2. Thanks for your response, i'm running manual voltages (can't find adaptive anywhere in my bios). I will give AIDA a go.
  3. Got my cpu running at 4.5Ghz stable with an average temp of 75C and peaks of 85C max. I'm running a small fft in prime95
  4. Okay, so the balanced mode works like a charm! The thing is, I can't seem to find any options to set my voltage to adaptive in my bios..
  5. Yea i have to check that first, could fix a lot.. I'll keep you guys updated on the progress
  6. Yea i have to check that first, could fix a lot.. I'll keep you guys updated on the progress
  7. Ahhh okay, that could be the issue.. I'm running my pc at full performance, always. I also have all the c states enabled, so it's odd that it doesn't drop. Does adaptive voltage deliver too much power? I recall that I read a out that,but I can be wrong.. Is offset a better option?
  8. I'll look into that. So with that dynamic setting, I can set a idle speed and a max speed? Another quesion: Do I need to disable turbo boost while doing this?
  9. Yea, I already did that. The thing is, my core clock will always remain at 4.3Ghz. It doesn't drop down, even at idle..
  10. Hi! I've been looking in to dynamic overclocking for a while now. I've been reading a lot of forums, but I can't seem to find a conclusive guide on how to get started and set up such an overclock. At the moment, i'm running my i5 4690K at a 4.3Ghz core clock. I've been thinking about a dynamic overclock, because I don't want it to be running at this speed all the time. I just want to CPU to run at about ~3.8 Ghz stock, and speed up to ~4.5 Ghz while gaming or during intensive tasks. Like I said, I can't find a conclusive guide on how to do this, so i'm kind of stuck here. Is there anyone who can link me a clear guide, or help me understand how I can do this? Thanks a lot in advance!
  11. It's very common here in Belgium !
  12. Hey! A friend of mine is looking for a new laptop and he asked me to help him. I would like to ask you all for some advice before listing up a few laptops. Are there specific brands or models you can recommend? Anything that I should look out for? I will list the key specs down here to clarify: The laptop will mainly be used for schoolwork, but he would also like to use photoshop and play some games in his free time. For example Call Of Duty. CPU: (I was thinking about an i5), ... GPU: ... RAM: 8GB Storage: SSD Screen size: 15-17 inch Keyboard layout: AZERTY Budget: ~ €1400 Thanks a lot in advance! Greetz!
  13. Hey I would like to install an additional fan at the bottom of my case, but the problem is that I only have two headers at the bottom of my motherboard. Both are occupied by intake fans. On of the fans has an additional 4-pin header attached to it. I read a lot of negative posts that don't recommend connecting two fans to one header, because it could cause an overload. The thing is, I have an H80i GT connected to just one CPU header, and that's a pump and two fans drawing power from one header. Is it safe to connect the two fans or should I connect it to the PSU with a molex? Thanks in advance!
  14. So the placement doesn't affect cooling performance?