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Ctown0812

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About Ctown0812

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1986-08-12

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Ohio
  • Occupation
    Security

System

  • CPU
    i5-4690k (4.5GHz)
  • Motherboard
    MSI z97 Gaming 5
  • RAM
    8GB (2x4GB) G. Skill Ripjaws
  • GPU
    MSI R9 270
  • Case
    Corsair 400c
  • Storage
    PNY 240GB SSD 1TB WD Black 7200
  • PSU
    Seasonic 620w M12II Evo Edition 80+ Bronze
  • Display(s)
    Asus 23" IPS Panel, Asus 23" TN panel
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100v2
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K65 Lux
  • Mouse
    Corsair Scimitar RGB MMO Gaming Mouse
  • Sound
    Logitech G930 7.1 Headset
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Random crashing as you describe it is usually an indication of failing memory. I would start there.
  2. I was trying to give examples at both ends of the spectrum.
  3. Node 202 by Fractal Design. Nzxt H200i. depends on how small you wanna go.
  4. that chip has 16 available pcie lanes. so 4 video cards and 2 m.2 drives are probably out of the question, not mention 4 way sli isn't a thing anymore.
  5. thats what i'm trying to get him to see if he can shine a flashlight or something on it to see if he can still see the image
  6. So there's a guy i'm currently speaking with selling the afore mentioned monitor for $80 (pretty sure this thing retails for like $500). All i know is that the whole left side of the monitor is completely black. I don't know much about monitors really, so I'm looking for some ideas on what could be causing this issue. Could it be the backlight? The whole left side is just dead pixels? a board problem? He said there are no cracks that are visible on the screen, but if there was a crack on the LCD layer, you should still see it, right? I'm completely clueless here, so any help would be greatly apprecitated. I'll share more information as it becomes available, hopefully a picture...Thanks!!
  7. You need to check output voltages on the PSU using either a multimeter, or your BIOS might have voltage readouts displayed. Check with your manual on what are acceptable voltage ranges
  8. There should be an option under "Chipset Configuration" to enable both ethernet and wireless.
  9. Check your BIOS/UEFI and enable the wireless adapter in there
  10. Not that i can find, no. Seems that beggers can't be choosers in this situation.
  11. Please, for the love of god, do not do whats in the bottom picture. They have it set up to pull air in from the top of the case. This is a bad idea. Top mounted radiators like this should always be set up to push air out the top, not suck it in. Heat naturally rises, so having cool air sucked in "against the current" so to speak, creates a pocket of stagnant air inside your case.
  12. I've found 2 on eBay, but they do not ship outside the US. I don't know how desperate you are, but you could try messaging the sellers to see if they can make an exception for you if at all possible.
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