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About hatycat

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    Platform Launch and MASSIVE GIVEAWAY

    Vessel username: Hatycat https://www.vessel.com/videos/JYZEYDYx0Hardpipe https://www.vessel.com/videos/Yj4PbcgKjHotas stick
  2. You make videos about technology.I liek technology. keep making videos about technology. P.S. PLease OC video cards in Benchmarks again. I always OC all my cards, so your old benchmarks were the closest to realistic performance out there.
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    Untouched no power.

    Seems like this is what I am going to have to do. Thanks for the help
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    MSI Afterburner keeps freezing computer

    do you have both Afterburner and Trixxx, or any other similar softare installed, EVGA precision etc etc? Happened to me and i got the exact same problem
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    Untouched no power.

    UPDATE: I have done pin surgery and the pins are now seemingly flush. However I still fail to boot.
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    geforce driver 340.52 installation cannot continue

    Try Driver Sweeper to remove all your current drivers, then try to install the latest drivers from the internet. Aditionally, this may seem like a really silly suggestion. But did you make sure you selected the right GPU from the dropdown when dling the drivers? I wouldn't. Flashing GPU bios is to great of a risk of a brick for something like this... Don't see a correlation either.
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    Untouched no power.

    already tried multiple times... Specs are Biostar Hi-Fi B85N3D motherboard Intel Pentium G3220 CPU Corsair CX 430 PSU Corsair XMS3 Ram or something like that 2x 4gb dims Tried it with just one DIM of course case is the Cooler master elite 120 No GPU.
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    Untouched no power.

    So I was putting together a mitx rig today to use as a nas. And at first I thought I may of bent a few pins on the mobo. But I decided to put everything together first and try it to see if I had a problem. I put everything together and sure enough it POSTed fine. I then took a break and had lunch. When I came back The Computer wouldn't power up at all. Despite the fact I hadn't even touched it. I tried makeing sure everything was connected tight. I jumped the PSU, and it worked fine. Tried to short the power switch so its not my case button. I'm worried my Motherboard pins might in fact be bent, but then wouldn't I still get power, and just have post issues/weird beaks from the speaker? and wouldn't that have prevented it from posting earlier? Either way I am stuck. Would like some ideas before I attempt Motherboard surgery in case it is not the problem. Thanks. I will try to help other people in the mean time.
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    GPU/PSU Problem

    Do you have a mobo speaker? are you getting a weird beep pattern from the MOBO speaker? or are you not even making it to POST?
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    MSI Afterburner keeps freezing computer

    Are you running stock clocks on the GPU? Do you still get BSOD without afterburner installed?
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    Sony Xperia Z2

    I like the waterproofness of the phone a feature that you really over looked. And the skin is nice cause it looks like it is part of the device, rather than a sticker.
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    ASUS RoG G550JK Gaming Notebook & GIVEAWAY

    I don't care what anyone says, my favourite feature is the optical drive. They are extremely useful and in not enough computers these days.
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    Enough Power 780ti?

    Balls, I am okay running everything at stock till PSU is upgraded, then I can switch to custom BIOS and OC my brain, out. Unfortuanately I do not have access to a wattmeter, else I would have already done that. I have no doubt in my mind that my 8350 is sipping power like crazy. I wonder how different a stock 780ti could be in power though, compared to the 7870 I am currently running at 1.3volts. Edit: meant no doubt.
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    Enough Power 780ti?

    Wait all the reference cards are voltage locked? Damn nvidea... Anyway I am going to slap a waterblock on it and OC as much as possible, but if hit a PSU bottleneck I can work with stock speeds, until I can afford a new PSU.