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i respawn.

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About i respawn.

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 2001-07-01

Contact Methods

  • Steam
    t4hM33dg4m3r
  • Origin
    T4Hm33DG4M3R

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Interests
    Gaming, gaming, gaming, gaming, gaming, pc building, doing anything related to a pc or tech.
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    Intel core i7 6700K @4.00GHz
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z170A Gaming M3
  • RAM
    Team Dark 16GB (2*8GB) DDR4 @2400MHz
  • GPU
    Sapphire R9 Fury X 4GB HMB
  • Case
    Cooler master In win midtower
  • Storage
    Toshiba 1TB, Zotac 120GB SSD
  • PSU
    Thermaltake toughpower grand 650w 80+ gold
  • Display(s)
    ASUS VX229, Samsung 720p 17.5 inch (scrapyard condition)
  • Cooling
    2x preinstalled case fans, Thermaltake frio extreme
  • Keyboard
    Thermaltake poseidon Z RGB kailh blue
  • Mouse
    Aramggeddon alien g7
  • Sound
    Steelseries siberia v2
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 pro

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  1. There doesn't appear to be a dead pixel...just a slight scratch. Tried applying some vaseline into it, left it for a few minutes, didn't work. Any other solutions that might work? Sorry if it's not too visible in my phone camera, it's the best I could do.
  2. I didn't mean to sound rude. Thought it was just obvious.
  3. Because it just fell off when i took the cpu out and I lost it. Why would i bother posting if I already had the broken part
  4. Hi, as you can see my 6700K has a corner broken off. It is now completely separated. Is it possible to 3D Print the broken part (dummy obviously), glue it and use the cpu as a show-piece? Doing this for a school project.
  5. Is this strictly related to the raw pc specs? Like if i have an i3 and someone else has a dual core (given all other specs are same.) is there ZERO chance for me to win? Or is it based more on the condition of the rig or something. or is it just random?
  6. Just update the BIOS anyway, it's not hard, takes maybe 15 minutes and 60 iq
  7. what do you mean by "feel like is under performing"? mobile chips aren't necessarily as good as desktop cards. If you're sure you ARE under performing, it's probably overheating, check the gpu temps with something like msi afterburner.
  8. Display port version earlier than 1.2 does not support 4k @60hz. Check what version your gpu outputs. Should be listed in the graphics card website.
  9. Yeah did, tried booting without the cmos battery too. Gonna try updating bios now.
  10. Tried every configuration. single stick on dimm 1,2,3 and 4, two sticks on 1/2, 1/3, 2/4, 3,4. No matter what, 1 and 2 doesn't work, 3 and 4 does.
  11. Yeah, thoroughly cleaned the cpu top with rubbing alcohol and gently wiped the bottom. Tried the cpu on friend's board which is a gigabyte b8 b250 board. Same problem, nothing changes. It's almost certain the cpu at this point but hard to comprehend how everything else would work flawlessly if it was physically damaged. Sadly it's out of warranty.
  12. My config is 6700k, 16 gigs of corsair vengeance ram, MSI Z170A gaming M3. Now straight to my problem, I was running two sticks of ram for quite some time, then switched to 1 stick. Now when i'm trying to go dual channel again after a few months, I can't. The 2 slots closest to the cpu just doesn't work no matter what i try. I can run both sticks in slots 3 and 4, and it works. So both ram sticks are fine. I swapped my cpu with a friend's i5 7500, then every ram slot works perfectly fine, i can run dual channel. So motherboard isn't faulty either, all the slots are working. Only the cpu is left. But I highly doubt it's gonna be the cpu because when running single channel (1 stick or 2 stick), EVERYTHING runs perfectly fine, I can stress test the cpu, scores are perfectly good, play games, fps is exactly what i should get. But can't figure out why the slot 1 and 2 just wouldn't work. Tried booting without the cpu cooler even installed, still doesn't work. I haven't tried updating my BIOS yet. Looking desperately for a solution to this. (I currently have only 1 stick to troubleshoot, didn't get a 2nd one as it wouldn't work. I need to make it working in the first 2 slots, that means problem solved. Single stick in slot 2 worked with my friend's cpu.)
  13. took me a few days to get it done myself, and it was actually the cable. works great now, thanks
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