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Freeeeese

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About Freeeeese

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1999-03-09

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    SqW Freezy
  • Twitch.tv
    FreeezyTV
  • Twitter
    @Freeeeese

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Maryland
  • Interests
    Streaming, Gaming, Hockey, Golf

System

  • CPU
    Intel Xeon E3 1231v3
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte GA-B85M-DS3H-A
  • RAM
    4 x 4GB (16GB) DDR3 1600Mhz
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1070 SC
  • Case
    Fractal Design Core 3500 w/ side panel window
  • Storage
    Seagate 1TB + ADATA SSD 512GB
  • PSU
    EVGA 650G 80+ Gold Full Modular
  • Display(s)
    2 1080p 60hz monitors, 1 1080p 144hz
  • Mouse
    Logitech G203
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. How would I go about doing that? My PC does not boot into the OS at all. Also I can't do any of the repair or restore Windows options because apparently my Windows account was never administrator My only option seems to be resetting Windows all together. About to create a bootable drive for it now.
  2. Just upgraded my rig to an AMD 3700X. The build was working just fine until I updated some drivers using Driver Easy. I restarted and now the PC gets stuck on the Windows loading screen. If I restart sometimes a blue windows repair screen comes up which just makes me restart again, however, it says continue on to Windows 8.1 when I'm on Windows 10 (but upgraded from 8.1 a few months ago).
  3. Ever since I updated my driver to 416.34, my computer keeps on stuttering. Basically my screens will freeze for about 10 seconds and then come back for a couple seconds, and then freeze again. This will continue to happen for a while, but then my screens will seize up, black out, and then come back with a crash message at the bottom right saying, "Display Driver NVIDIA Windows Kernel Mode Driver, Version 416.34 stopped responding and has successfully recovered. After that crash message my computer works fine, but I literally can't use my PC until the driver crashes. Any idea on how to fix this?
  4. I still have the serial number, otherwise I wouldn't have been able to register the product and do the RMA online.
  5. I don't think so. Just the sticker on the side so it's just blank
  6. I'm about to RMA my PSU and send it back to EVGA, but I already peeled the stickers off to make it look better. In doing this, did I void the warranty?
  7. Welp, it was working fine but when I got home from work and tried again to play a game, it rebooted again. Gonna make sure to do some more testing with the other PSU, but I'm pretty sure at this point I need to RMA my old PSU. Checked the RAM again and it's all secure.
  8. Yes hahaha. But I was also testing another PSU to see if that was the problem, so when the PC started having no problems I started blaming my old PSU. I did not think about the RAM at all. Feel kinda stupid, but I figured that a mem problem would provide some sort of error message. Edit: Also I had put in those new RAM dimms a couple months ago, so I didn't think they'd be having problems now.
  9. So recently, I had been having problems with my computer rebooting everytime I start gaming. Pretty much diagnosed it as every other part but the RAM lmao. First thought it was GPU, then when I tried my brother's GPU, it rebooted again, and I tested it on another friends rig and it worked fine. Then thought it was PSU, so I disambled my PC to test my friends PSU and make a make-shift testbench. Right then I noticed that some of the clips that hold 2 of my sticks of ram were undone. I took out all the RAM and reseated it just for OCD's sake, and dismissed this as not the problem. Once the new PSU test went successful, I was sure that it was the problem. But just incase, I decided to test my old PSU before I RMA it, and now it's working just fine!! I'm gonna keep testing my old PSU (AKA gaming) but my question is... could the RAM have been the problem to my computer rebooting all those times?
  10. Yeah, new motherboard would be an even bigger pain lmao. I'm gonna try RMAing the PSU and if that doesn't work then I guess it's a new mobo. Maybe I'll just make a whole upgrade of it and grab a ryzen combo haha.
  11. Anyway I could test this before I RMA? Would like to be sure before I have to ship this out
  12. Just tested my brother's 750 Ti and unfortunately it rebooted again. So I guess it must be the power supply. Luckily, EVGA has a 10 year warranty on my PSU so I'm gonna RMA it, which might take a while but hopefully that will be the fix. Thanks for all the help everyone!
  13. what should I do if my version of the bios does have power problems?
  14. No, it's not just Kombustor. It's whenever I put my GPU under stress. So it happens in pretty much all my games as well
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