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8-Bit Ninja

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About 8-Bit Ninja

  • Title
    That Guy Who Spends Money On CS GO Skins
  • Birthday 1990-08-05

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  • CPU
    I7 6700K
  • Motherboard
    Asus Maximus VIII Hero
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LPX (2x8gb)
  • GPU
    MSI Gtx 980ti (x2 in sli)
  • Case
    NZXT s340 (Red/Black)
  • Storage
    Western Digital Black (2TB) + Samsung 850 Evo (500gb)
  • PSU
    Evga Supernova (1000w)
  • Display(s)
    ASUS ROG Swift PG348Q
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100I v2
  • Keyboard
    Corsair k65 RGB LUX
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder Elite
  • Sound
    Audio Technica ATH-M50X (With Mod Mic)
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64bit
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  1. I made the mistake of running dynamic drives in windows 10, combining two 1tb wd blue drives into (In the eyes of windows 1 Drive), however the "raid" failed and no matter what I do I am unable to bring the drive online, or convert them back to two separate drives, i've tried plugging one drive into another machine to wipe it, but windows wont let me as it still see's it as a 2tb drive. Any Ideas on what the hell I can do to fix this?
  2. Shot in the dark but could be something to do with memory bandwidth and you're mobo disabling certain Pcie slots when additional drives are installed. Unplug the ssd, see if it boots, if it does plug the ssd back in but plug it into a different sata port, if it doesn't boot move the gpu into a different slot and try again.
  3. they're in raid through windows (in hindsight I should have just done it through bios)
  4. same issue, just get "The system cannot find the file specified"
  5. Basically I had 2 1tb hdd's striped together in windows 10, they were used for game storage, decided to switch SSD's but unplugged both drives before I reinstalled windows onto the new ssd, however since plugging both drives back in I have been unable to find them within windows, and attempting to initialise the disks results in an error saying "The system cannot find the file specified". Any ideas?
  6. Long story short bad adapter, catch fire, burn connector. I don't really want to replace the motherboard and I'm fairly good with a soldiering iron, however I cant find a 4pin female cpu power connector online anywhere, I live in the Uk and was wandering if anyone knows where I can get one? Much thanks
  7. tried resetting windows, setting the time and date automatically and manually but still nothing
  8. So 4 days ago forza wouldn't allow me to get past the main menu, i couldn't fix it so i uninstalled it with the plan being to reinstall it, however i am unable to reinstall forza, every time i try it gives me this error "0x80072F8F", I've tried absolute everything at this point including completely wiping and reinstalling windows on my pc with no success, any ideas????? thanks
  9. Yes the cpu is supported it’s a 750 watt EVGA psu il try a cmos reset now and get back to you
  10. So I decided to put the i7 4790k I had into my media pc (currently on an i5 4430) a ran a bios update and confirmed the bios number (2108) to be the latest bios. However the machine won’t post with the i7 in, I can confirm the i7 to be working having taken it out and tested in a friends machine and it will post fine if I put the i5 back in. Some sites say the only way to get the bios update to work properly is by using the windows bios installer, however I can’t find a windows 10 version and the windows 8 one won’t work. Thanks
  11. 4k is just higher resolution, its nicer for gaming but not a necessity, its like owning a normal car and asking if you should upgrade to a super car, if you can afford it, and you think its worth it go for it, otherwise don't. Resolution is a personal thing for many people
  12. 144hz is better for competitive gaming, a gtx 1060 6gb will be able to run fortnite, cs go, dota, siege etc... at 144hz, but newer/ more graphically advance will likely require you to use g-sync and lock it to 60hz. In a nut shell only get the more expensive one if you mainly play competitive games
  13. before you go any further, these aren't 120hz screens, they are 60 hz https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/fake-refresh-rates-samsung-clear-motion-rate-vs-sony-motionflow-vs-lg-trumotion
  14. the display requires replacing as well as the glass