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TacticalPC

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  1. I have corsair link 4. How would I go about doing this?
  2. My CPU is not overclocked. It does turbo boost though.
  3. Over the past couple of days my computer has begun to experience a "power loss" while playing Battle Field 4. At first i thought that it was because of my power supply so I upgraded to the HX850i. It wasn't the PSU I think. I got to thinking that it might be temperature so I ran a temperature monitoring software to check if it was temperature. The GPU hovered around 72 Celsius and the CPU stayed around 50 Celsius. I'm at a loss for what to do and how to solve this issue. Please help me. Thanks!
  4. Okay, so for those of you who asked if it does this with all game the answer is it does not. I played GTA for about an hour with no issues. Hope this helps.
  5. The Cpu Stays constant between the temperatures of 40 to 60 degrees Celsius. Im Using Windows 10 the only hardware change was a new keyboard if that counts? I have an all in one liquid cooler cooling the CPU. I have had the cooler ever scene my CPu reached 100C while using the stock intel cooler. I feel as if it is the GPU getting to 78ish degrees Celsius, and anyone knows how to use the event logs, and if it would help i could get them, but i would need some help finding the right files. Specs Intel i7-4790K(not overclocked) MSI (980ti) Corsair CX600M PSU Asus motherboard 16gb of Crucial memory (4x4) Crucial SSD Seagate 1Tb Hard Drive
  6. Okay, so in happened after Nvidia Driver 368.22. Not sure if it is the driver, but probably not. I was playing BF4 and about 20ish min in to playing it shut down. The last temps i remember seeing on Open Hard Ware Monitor was 56 on the cpu and 78ish on the Gpu. I have no idea why it shuts down. I went in to the event logs and got completely lost having never been in those folders before.I have no clue what to do....please help Specs Intel i7-4790K(not overclocked) MSI (980ti) Corsair CX600M PSU Asus motherboard 16gb of Crucial memory (4x4) Crucial SSD Seagate 1Tb Hard Drive
  7. I sent him the link and hopefully it will work
  8. So one of my good friends cant see the windows update icon. He has updated every thing. Any ideas of what to do?
  9. So I was playing around in a game and then i got the blue screen of death that said dpc_watchdog_violation. I'm sick of all this blue screen stuff its getting very annoying. I would really like to avoid anything that has to do with re-wiping my computer. Please help me I had a previous error code so i wiped my PC. You can find out more by going to this link http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/402042-whea-uncorrectable-error-please-help-i-cant-take-it-anymore/#entry5420762 PC specs - i7-4790k (not overclocked) - MSi GTX 980ti (not overclocked) *was upgraded from the gtx760* - 16 GB of RAM (not overclocked) *was upgraded from 8GB of RAM* -Corsair 600watt power supply -Crusial 256 ssd (Not in RAID) *This is my boot drive* - Seagate 1TB hard drive (Not in RAID) -Thermaltake Core V71 (case) -MSI Z97-G55 SLI ATX
  10. This is the best help I have gotten. Thank you everyone. I will try the system restore and hopefully it will work.
  11. How do i do a system restore? Cause I'm bound to mess something up
  12. So I have been getting this WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR blue screen and its really starting to making me upset, because it keeps happening when I want to unwind and play video games. This is how it happens I play GTA 5 and it works fine. A couple of days later i'm plating GTA 5 and boom blue screen WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR. I don't know why it does this, please help me . Build - i7-4790k (not overclocked) - MSi GTX 980ti (not overclocked) *was upgraded from the gtx760* - 16 GB of RAM (not overclocked) *was upgraded from 8GB of RAM* -Corsair 600watt power supply -Crusial 256 ssd (Not in RAID) *This is my boot drive* - Seagate 1TB hard drive (Not in RAID) -Thermaltake Core V71 (case) -MSI Z97-G55 SLI ATX
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