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  • Motherboard
    MSI Z87-G45 Gaming
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance Pro 4x4GB
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 970 Gaming 4G
  • Case
    Corsair 200R
  • Storage
    WD 3TB Nasware HDD; WD 1TB Blue
  • PSU
    Corsair RM650i 80+ Gold
  • Cooling
    Scythe Kotetsu
  • Keyboard
    Roccat Isku
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    Roccat Kone Pure
  • Sound
    HyperX Cloud II | AKG M220 Semi-Pro
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. If you have integrated graphics then remove your GPU and try to boot then. If you get into windows then delete MSI Afterburner profiles (Usually located under C:\Program Files (x86)\MSI Afterburner\Profiles).
  2. Hello, Need help with Samson Meteor microphone. Buddy of mine dropped the mic and because of the impact 2 wires form microphone itself and ground wire came loose. On the pcb there's year "2014". If anyone has information where to solder 2 mic wires and ground wire on the pcb then I'd be very thankful. Google hasn't given much information yet, wires are soldered differently on the mics which have "2011" on their pcbs. Thank you in advance.
  3. I'm aware of that. I myself don't like to see watermark every day in the bottom right corner, it just bothers me..
  4. Look up from G2A or Kinguin. There are cheap keys available. I've bought many from both third-party sites and they've worked well.
  5. Eventually you still need the key to activate windows.
  6. That Corsair TX line-up PSU will do fine. Also kingston SSDs are quite good. I'd pick the Kingston one over the one they've listed on their site without a brand name.
  7. Response time states how quickly a pixel can display a change from black to white. So averagely pixel will display a change from black to white in 13ms then..
  8. Depends on your own choice. I myself would pick 24" over 21.5" (even though it is not big difference). They're all 75hz panels and you canno't push them more. Asus's and AOC's minimum response time is 1ms but average response time should be 13ms for both of them. BenQ's average response time is 7ms, however minimum is 4ms.. 1ms vs 4ms ain't that big of a deal for me though.. AOC and Asus has TN panels so I'd make my pick out of em (personally).
  9. I'm not overclocking it further. I did not run that overclock for some time.. And then when I got back to running that overclock, it was not stable anymore.. I did not really understood you, you might've meant that there is no point of overclocking your card further because it came from MSI with a slight overclock.. I'd let everyone decide by themselves whether it's beneficial/needed or not..
  10. Hello. I've got a little problem with my MSI GTX 970 Gaming 4GB overclock. About a year ago I used to run this card with these setting on MSI Afterburner: Core Voltage: +0mV Power Limit: 110% Core Clock: +167MHz Mem Clock: +500Mhz And I had absolutely no problems, no crashes/spikes in GPU usages or anything.. I passed about 8 benchmarks out of 10 with Unigine Valley with +0mV Core Voltage, GPU usage didn't drop down a single bit, nor saw any artifacts. But unfortunately at the moment I even have problems with stability when I bump my Core Voltage upto +89mV. (With the same Core and Mem clock) I've yet tested only FortNite gameplay and with overclock on gpu usage spikes from 99% to 0% and crashes game. Also PerfCap Reason sometimes shows up "Pwr", though MSI Afterburner states that GPU is not hitting Power limit (Which is set to 110%, it's between 95-108%) Would my only option be to lower Mem/Core Clock? I'd appreciate some help. Cheers