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The Pope of Dope

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About The Pope of Dope

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1999-01-16

Contact Methods

  • Steam
    DankSpook
  • PlayStation Network
    Dopeboii289
  • Twitch.tv
    Sebdaddy
  • Twitter
    ThePopeofDope12

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Washington, USA

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 1700X @ 3.9 Ghz
  • Motherboard
    Aorus X370 Gaming K7
  • RAM
    2 x 8gb G.Skill ddr4 @ 3000 Mhz
  • GPU
    Asus 980ti Strix
  • Case
    Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX
  • Storage
    2 x 960gb Hyper X savage SSD in RAID 0
  • PSU
    Corsair AX1200i
  • Display(s)
    ASUS VG248QE
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken X61
  • Keyboard
    KBParadise V80 w/ Cherry MX Clears
  • Mouse
    Roccat Nyth
  • Sound
    TEAC AI 101da w/ AKG K7XX's
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64Bit
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  1. The title pretty much says it all but basically I have a phanteks evolv atx case with three included fans and I have an nzxt kraken X61 aio cooler with two radiator fans. I recently bought an nzxt fan hub but I'm wondering if I should use it only for chassis fans or for all fans since cpu fans obviously operate differently than chassis fans. Is the hub able to tell the difference or would I be better off just leaving my cpu fans on the cpu header? Thanks!
  2. I've seen many people have a lot of luck with fixing bent pins. Though it's not guaranteed to work it still can my problem is the pc isn't responding at all like none of the fans are spinning or anything is this a product of the pins or a separate issue?
  3. I bought a used ASUS P8Z77-V LK motherboard for $60 because of some bent pins. I am still not sure my fix was successful because when I attempted to turn it on literally nothing happens. The fans will twitch for a second if I un-plug and re-plug the PC from the wall but if I try again without replugging it nothing happens. But the green light on the motherboard is on signifying that it is receiving power. Is this being caused by bent pins or is there a whole other issue that needs dealing with? My specs: asus p8z77-v LK i5 2500k 1x4gb Corsair vengeance @ 1600Mhz EVGA gtx 970 seasonic 750w 80+ gold psu
  4. Only thing i have not tried is taking out the battery so i will do that next.
  5. I have a few different cards i could try but i put the 970 in my rig and it worked fine, as for clearing the CMOS im really confused as stupid as that sounds because what i have read says to completely unplug the computer, bridge the pins together with a screw driver then plug it back in but if the pc is totally off how will it know if those pins were ever bridged?
  6. Yes i did remove it, so i should leave it in but still try integrated?
  7. I decided to build a completely used parts PC as a fun summer project but despite some awesome deals I was instantly hit with the reality of buying used parts. The guy who sold me the case left a speaker in there from his Asus Motherboard that I have been using for beep codes and i get the same code every time i attempt to boot, 1 long beep followed by 2 short beeps. I have read that this is a Video card error but i get the same code with my GPU and IGPU alike suggesting there is something else wrong. I have switched the RAM which did not help, gone over all connections and even completely took the system apart and started over, and I still have no luck. Unfortunately since this PC has never booted while in my possession and all parts are used i have no way of knowing what the bios version is, there is no operating system on the PC currently, and can not provide any useful screenshots unless looking at a blank screen helps you. My Specs CPU: i5 2500k M/B: Gigabyte z77-DS3H Ram: 4x4gb Corsair Vengeance @ 1600Mhz GPU: Evga GTX 970 PSU: Seasonic x-750 80+ Gold
  8. Are you saying my host machine needs another i7 or that my main rig needs an i7(which it has) to host/play at the same time.
  9. Idk whats considered "super good" but if you check one of my earlier replies on this thread i list out my specs.
  10. I realize that but theres no way that can be a coincidence. Only way to really know is pull out the laptop and try hosting a server on the new(ish) router with the laptop. if it works then i really dont know what else it could be
  11. Routers: Netgear N600 dual-band router (old router, used to work with laptop) Asus RT-N66R Old PC: CPU: i5 4670 MOBO: MSI G45-Z87 Memory: Corsair vengeance 8gbx2 @ 2133Mhz Storage: 120gb samsung 840 evo and WD Blue 1 TB GPU: EVGA GTX 760 4gb Windows 10 home 64-bit (upgraded from Windows 7 HP) New PC: CPU: i7 6700K MOBO: MSI Gaming m7 Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws V 8gbx2 @ 3000 Mhz Storage: Hyper X Savage SSD 960gb x2 in RAID0 GPU: Asus 980ti 6gb Strix Windows 10 pro 64-bit Laptop(which would host servers): CPU: i7(dont know which) Memory: 8gb GPU:630m
  12. So about 4 years ago i got a new laptop. It was above average specs for the time so i became the host for Minecraft servers with my friends. It all worked flawlessly until i built my first PC about a year and a half later. Everything checks out i have done everything i did before, followed every step of every guide i could find and i get nowhere when trying to port forward. I bought a new router in the time since building my first PC and it still doesn't work and due to the fact my old router worked just fine when paired with my laptop, i never really thought the router was the problem. Now i just built another computer maybe 2 or 3 months ago and i am having the same issue when trying to port forward an Ark server...and i'm willing to bet if i try to host a Minecraft server it still wont work. Every thread i have read on multiple forums are 2-3 pages of getting nowhere and its overwhelmingly frustrating. Until proven otherwise i am convinced the PC's being custom is to blame but if I'm correct why would that happen? Is there some form of optimization when a computer is factory made that doesn't happen when using seperate parts? Is there some driver somewhere i've never heard of? I know how to port forward and it just simply isnt working and i would love if my nearly 3 year search could come to an end with your help. Please, I am literally begging for someone to help me. I can post screenshots upon request, wasn't sure what would be helpful. Thanks so much for anyone willing to read this to the end.
  13. I had an idea but couldn't find anything to help me online. Id like to have a screen saver where really all it does is show my wallpaper and hides my taskbar and all my short cuts and such. I really like my wallpaper and think it would look so clean with nothing on top of it while im afk for awhile kinda just adds to the setup. If anyone knows a way to do this that would be awesome thanks!
  14. Kiro. Need a gift for my left handed friend.
  15. No dice unfortunately, back to the drawing board...
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