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TheEavel

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About TheEavel

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    Newbie
  • Birthday 1998-03-11

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    Male

System

  • CPU
    i7 6700k@4.6Ghz 1.295V
  • Motherboard
    Asus z170 Deluxe
  • RAM
    16Gb HyperX Fury 3200Mhz
  • GPU
    EVGA 1080ti FTW3
  • Case
    Phanteks Enthoo Luxe
  • Storage
    500Gb 960 Evo, 1x 1TB Seagate Barracuda HDD 1x 2TB Seagate
  • PSU
    Seasonic X-Series 750W 80+ Gold
  • Display(s)
    Main: Asus PG278Q Second: Asus PG248Q Third: Acer S242HLDBID
  • Cooling
    EK Waterblocks Predator 240
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G810
  • Mouse
    Logitech G700s
  • Sound
    Beyerdynamics DT770 Pro 80Ohms + Modmic v5
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64bit

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  1. A friend of mine is streaming in 1080p60fps and could do 144060fps with the 7900x at stock if twitch would let him (capped bitrate). With a separate gaming PC of course. If streaming is your job then I would go with the 7900x for the quality. If it's your hobby then go with a beastly gaming PC and stream in 720p30/60fps (depending on the games you'll play/stream).
  2. I used a 2600k with a Asus P8p67 Evo and got the 2600k to 4.8Ghz stable at 1.38ish Volt (dont remember the exact value). You should be able to get them together for around 200 bucks maby with some RAM if you are lucky.
  3. Are you using a Gpu or are you trying to get a Display signal out of the motherboard. The output on the MB wont do it because Ryzen doesnt have a iGPU.
  4. Most Asus Board do have a dedicated 12V header for waterpumps. Just look at your Manual where it is lokated.
  5. The instructions on the dark Rock series are bad. You do have to mount it from The back to get a nice and tight fit.
  6. I had a simmilar problem on my z170 Deluxe. I solved it with setting the M.2 Slot to pcie-mode from sata-mode. After changing it I could install Windows.
  7. It will work but only with pcie 2x speeds and it shares bandwith with the sata interface. A SATA ssd will be as fast as the 960 evo but much cheaper. You would have to buy a new Board, CPU and RAM to Take advantages of the maximum speeds the 960 can achieve with a proper connection.
  8. I do own both of them and I can say that the 770s are good for both sationary and mobile but you have to pump up the volume on your Phone, with the 80Ohm variant. The IE 80s in my opinion not that suitable for usage with a PC for 2 reasons: 1: The cord is for mobile usage, meaning that its to short for it to reach a Computer. Need for a extension cable which I'm Not a fan of. 2: The IEs have a very low impedance so your onboard Audio source does Most likely has to much Power for it. I have to reduce the volume in Windows to 2% to Not get my ears blown up. Plus on the PC I get some terrible hissing which is kinda annoying and highly noticable even when listening to music or playing Games. If I where you I'd go with the 770s. They offer a wide soundstage for closed back headphones and isolate quite well from noise from public transportation or a construction side. If you can afford it go with both, the 770pro 80Ohm for home usage and the IE80's for mobile use.
  9. No OC used atm but still got the same error. Looks like I really do have to reinstall windows. But thanks for your help anyway
  10. Testet it with both and then both of them seperatly. Also both of them Work fine in my second PC
  11. The thing is that I CANT even get into Windows. It just crashes right before the loginscreen. donloading the windows 10 iso rn to try and repair it that way
  12. @Windows7ge yep. thats what i meant with the iGPU from the cpu. my bad, thought it was clear enought. Still the same BSOD.
  13. @Windows7ge temps are fine. 27 ish °C on idle and under load it didnt got over 63°C. Also I did boot with no OC but same results -.-
  14. Today I cleaned my Computer because it had a lot of dust inside it and I also renewed the Thermalpaste on my GPU/CPU. Now I put it all back together and booted it up. It was all normal until the Windows logo, after it Windows just crashes with a BSOD with the error message "System Thread Excpection Not Handled". "OK" I thought.. stuff can happen.. but then it crashed over and over again. Then I tried to boot into safemode but even there it DOES crash no matter if i use my 970, wich works fine, or the iGPU from the 6700k. Hopefully you guys can help me or I do have to reinstall Windows and everything what will take a long time with my slow connection. System Specs: CPU: i7 6700k 4.6GHz 1.295V Motherboard: Asus z170 Deluxe RAM: HyperX Fury 3200MHz GPU: EVGA GTX 970 FTW CPU Cooler: EKWB Predator 240 PSU: 650W Cooler Master G650M SSD: 100GB OCZ HDD's: 1tb Seagate Barracuda, 256GB Seagate Case: Phanteks Entho Luxe
  15. Here in Germany I can buy these industrial fans from nearly all the Online retailer like mindfactory or alternate. Dont know if its the same outside of the EU.
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