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About DaMainMan

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  • CPU
    i7 6700k
  • Motherboard
    ASUS ROG Maximus VIII Ranger
  • RAM
    HyperX FURY DDR4-2400
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1070 FTW
  • Case
    CM Mastercase 5 Pro
  • Storage
    Samsung EVO 850 250gb, 2tb WD Red
  • PSU
    Corsair RM750x
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  • Cooling
    Corsair H110i GT
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502

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  1. Cities Skylines is currently the only real city builder out there in the real sense. Everything else is just a mashup of different themes.
  2. I think PUBG is the exact opposite of what he is looking for.
  3. I have noticed that after 2-3 years, the paste seems to get dry and tends to lose contact when applying pressure to the motherboard (when changing RAM for example).
  4. No - I always used to "EZ-whatever" automatic overclocking feature from ASUS -> I wonder if that automatically sets a new BCLK speed as well. Maybe I am the only one using that feature and that is the reason?
  5. Thank you gentlemen -> that worked. After almost 20 years of gaming and tinkering, the BCLK value has never come up once for me. Still learning something new every day Let's hope the bluescreening is solved with that as well.
  6. Hello everyone, I have been having significant stability issues since installing my new set of RAM: Corsair Vengeance DDR4 32gb 3200mhz Rest of the setup: - i7 6700k overclocked to 4,5ghz (stable for the last 3 years) - ASUS Maximus VIII Ranger - RTX 2070 Super Problem: After installing my new RAM, I have been getting several different blue screens on startup, as well as random crashes. The most recent blue screen was CASH_MANAGER, on other was PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA and the other one I can't remember. The XMP profile is of course enabled in the BIOS, but I have noticed quite a weird thing: The memory speed shows up differently in different sections of the BIOS, as well as in windows. The XMP profile is set to 3200mhz, but it shows up as 3395mhz in various places as well as in windows. If the momory is really running at that speed (which it is not rated for) - I am guessing that this is causing the problem? I have tried reseating it several times, as well as CMOS resets and taking out the CPU overclock. All drivers are up to date. Many thanks in advance!
  7. Your CPU is thermal throttling hard and that is your problem right there. Re-seat the cooler with fresh thermal paste and see if that solves it.
  8. Ah I didn't know about that -> is there a list somewhere? Thanks!
  9. Hello everyone, I originally installed FS2020 on a normal HDD by accident. Due to the truly horrific loading times, I was made pretty aware of this mistake right from the get-go. Long story short, I moved everything to my SSD and the game starts up fine on loads considerably faster (obviously). Now though, the game crashes soon after loading into the actual flying -> I never had this problem with the HDD. The time it takes to crash seems to be dependent on the location. City -> instant crash; Countryside -> Around 15-20 seconds after lift-off. I have tried completely downloading the game again, since I had the hunch that some files might have been corrupted during the move to the SSD. That made no difference though. I have the feeling that this is somehow a SSD/RAM issue, this the problem came up only after the move and my RAM is completely used up -> I never had this problem with any other game so far. System specs: - i7 6700k overclocked to 4,6ghz - 16gb DDR4 2400mhz (totally pinned during gameplay to 15,7gb) - RTX 2070 Super - Samsung 850 Evo 1tb -> Samsung Magician says the SSD is perfectly fine.
  10. I had the same happen and it was thermal throttling -> the GPU installation caused the thermal paste to seperate from the chip. Set the CPU again and applied thermal paste -> all was good!
  11. My bet is on thermal throttling as well - what are your temps exactly under load? Is this a completely new system? The cooler might not be seated correctly or something in that direction. As mentioned above - this is definitely a CPU issue and you should start diagnosing in that directing. I would start with the cooling, as the CPU itself seems to be working and it should have no problem at all handling all that you could throw at it as a gamer.
  12. Well the rest of my system seems to go completely haywire now too. CPU temps are through the roof all of the sudden (hitting 100C in Rocketleague?? - the only game that seems to be working btw.) and now Steam gives me an error message on startup that the installation is corrupt... What the hell is going on? Specs are: - 6700k with Corsair H110 AIO Cooler - never had any cooling problems before. - Above mentioned Gigabyte RTX 2070 Super - 16gig DDR4 Ram
  13. Checked that -> I tried downloading it via GeForce experience and the website with no success with either unfortunately.
  14. Hello everyone, santa brought me a fresh new Gigabyte RTX 2070 Super, but unfortunately, it crashes every game and even windows sometimes. - Initially the card would let me play CoD MW for around 45mins without any problems. Today I played for 20mins before the game crashed and windows shortly thereafter. After this incident, all games crash before I can actually start playing. - Windows gives me a "IRQL NOT LESS OR EQUAL" error when it crashes, which hints towards driver problems. I have re-installed drivers a couple times and uninstalled the old ones. - On the first driver-reinstall, Nvidia experience would not recognize the card initially ("No compatible hardware recognized"). It took 2 restarts to remidy this. I have found many posts and articles concerning crashing issues with the 20xx line, but have not found any real solutions yet -> everyone seems to just say: "RMA it". Is that really the only way to go? Thanks in advance!
  15. Uhm...no? I get 70-100fps in the current AAA titles at high/ultra settings.