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Dr_Curry_MONSTER

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About Dr_Curry_MONSTER

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  • Birthday 2002-07-14

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    LEL - Its a joke
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    Male
  • Location
    Australia - Perth
  • Interests
    Compooters.
  • Occupation
    Full Time Idiot

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    i5
  • Motherboard
    Logicboard
  • RAM
    4x2GB 1600 MHZ
  • GPU
    Intel HD Graphics 4000
  • Case
    MacBook Pro Non-Retina Unibody
  • Storage
    500GB 5400RPM Hardrive
  • Display(s)
    1024x764 Display
  • Keyboard
    Vento - By ASUS (1977)
  • Mouse
    Logitech G600

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  1. So pretty much my default res is 1440x900, the driver recognizes this too, but when I try to run at 1440x900 it says "Output Not Supported" but clearly it is, without the driver I can run 1440x900 fine. Otherwise I have to run 1600x900 1080i for some reason for it to work, its very annoying. My specs are - Xeon 1231v3 3.2 GHZ GTX 950 Galax H81M-P33 and 8GB HyperX Savage ram.
  2. Could something be wrong with Crossfire setup? Or maybe the first card is make the second throttle. Worst case scenario, bad cooling
  3. Easy SSD, a 1TB HDD is 30bucks, even cheaper if your lucky.
  4. She doesn't need a $1500 Build for real estate, even if you want it to last a long time, just get an i7 4790 + 16gb ram and 750ti. Your (mum is) set.
  5. Alright thanks, they are on stock cooling tho and when I'm playing games it doesn't go over 62C now. But I got mislead alot by people
  6. Yeah I remounted it again and this time I'm getting 75C on full load. Thanks for your help btw
  7. on what? I did the stress test again. Actually I might just reinstall my fan, brb. I just did the test again this time I only got 79 as peak temp. I guess I fixed it? Most of the time it was between 77 - 70. I just did it with a remount, I only got 76C max for like a milisecond rest was 65 - 75. Is that good?
  8. I've changed the speed in the bios but in windows I don't notice ant difference in fan noise or movement speed.
  9. But I think it might be my fan, when stress testing the fan doesn't seem to get faster, just running default speed. Is there anyway I can monitor fan speeds?
  10. This only happens while stress testing tho, when playing games temps are 70C<
  11. No positive air pressure Should I remount the fan I guess?
  12. I've been having a few problems with my Xeon 1231 v3 lately, I recently just did the Intel Extreme Tuning Benchmark and got a score of 766. With my max temp being 87 (only for a second and then it went back down to 75) with stock cooler. Anyway, my problem is that my cpu temps get very high around 70 - 80ish and people tell me that it is bad for Xeon. When playing games cpu temps stay under 70C< but as soon as I stress test they get too mid 70 - 85ish and fluctuate very quickly, but my cpu has no thermal throttling for passing 80c. I did a post like this a few days ago.. Just need some fresh opinions.
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