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Bliznipa

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  1. Hi there, So my system will run for many hours, I leave it on 24/7, and I even know the wattage I'm running consistently, on a typical 15 amp breaker. Basically I'm never drawing more than about 8 amps on my computer system. Whenever I reset the breaker, the computer works just fine for about 24 hours and eventually trips the breaker again. I've tried on two different circuits so I know it's the computer system and not a circuit breaker or wiring issue. The same thing occurs on two different circuits. Is there a way I can figure out what component is causing this issue? I find it strange that the system will run just fine for about a day and then trip the breaker, it's never instant. Any help/info/advice would be appreciated. Thanks!
  2. I can't get to the Windows screen even to be able to boot into safe mode. Advice? Thanks
  3. Hi there, I just downloaded some drivers through device manager for my Rx 470 GPU, and now when I restarted the system, the GPU will post the bios screen, but it won't go beyond that. It will simply have a black screen with a never ending losing circle thing. Any advice anyone?? Thanks
  4. Hi there, I am wondering if anyone happens to know the performance difference, primarily in 1080p as the main video game I play is dota 2, between a single sapphire rx 580 4gb nitro and 2 msi rx 470s 4gb armor in crossfire. Like I said I mainly only play dota in 1080, but can't really find any info that compares these sets of cards. Any advice/info is appreciated. Thanks
  5. Hi there, I have 2 rx 470s that I want to install in crossfire with a cpu that doesn't have integrated graphics, and I'm wondering if the system will automatically recognize and work in crossfire if I just plug in my display port cable to my monitor from one of the video cards? Is there anything else I need to do? Thanks
  6. The problem is moving to ddr4 ram is so much more expensive, and I have no need to upgrade anything but my motherboard
  7. I'm wondering if anyone knows of any lga 1150 Intel mobos available for sale, and where I could find them, with 7 pcie slots and at least 1 m.2 port ? I've noticed a lot of the msi and gigabyte z97 gaming versions of these mobos fall into this category, but I can't find any new, or even decent used, ones for sale at all and I'm not sure why. Any input is appreciated. Thanks
  8. Honestly the only reason I would is because the xeon uses lga 1150 socket and there aren't many good mining motherboards for that socket. I might just have to go with the ASRock H81 Pro BTC as that's my only good option, however it can only accommodate 6 GPUs. But you're right, I don't need to upgrade if I don't need to
  9. But I do also have 3 more 570 4gbs on the way, and that's what I'm wondering about if I'll still have enough? Thanks for the input
  10. Hi there, I currently have a gaming/mining pc right now and I plan on adding a couple additional GPUs to the rig. Currently running with intel xeon e3 1231 v3 (might be changing to 7700 soon) msi z97s sli krait edition mobo (might be changing that also to a ASUS PRIME Z270-A) 16 gb ram 480gb ssd 1 powercolor r9 380x 3 powercolor rx 470 4 gb 1 sapphire rx 580 4 gb and I have 3 additional gigabyte rx 570 4gb on the way I currently have a corsair cx600m and a rm850x running only the r9 380x and the 3 rx 470s (so no sapphire rx 580 or 3 570s on the system yet) and while mining I'm drawing pretty consistently 700w for the whole system I am wondering if the two power supplies would be sufficient for when I get the rest of the cards mining? I can't seem to find any good psu calculators that allow more than about or so GPUs in the calculation? Any help is appreciated. Thanks
  11. With rumors of there being future issues mining with 4 GBvram GPUs, I'd steer away from them if possible
  12. ty that's good to know. Its a brand new 390 that I haven't opened. Just looked at TDP comparisons and that's really high. I might not open it at all and resell it. Any suggestions on more efficient mining GPUs? are rx 480 8gb or 580 8 gb more efficient? Assuming they sell at regular standard MSRP, not what they are now, which would make more sense to use in the future?
  13. Interesting story. 13 isn't a typo lol. 13 LEDs is for pure badassery in my all-white case setup. I have a cx600m corsair currently. Considering the Rm850x because its white, but I'm wondering if that will be enough for my setup including a r9 380x, and 2 r390s for mining, or is that just too small? I may add more late for mining, so I'm considering the 850w PSU and adding another 850w PSU later, but in the meantime I'm not sure if 850w is sufficient for those 3 GPUs. Thanks
  14. Hi, I currently have in my gaming rig: Intel Xeon e3-1231 v3 16 gb ram Msi z97s sli krait edition mobo About 13 led case fans 650w corsair psu R9 380x power color gpu Optical drive etc I have a new powercolor r9 390 8gb that I plan to add for mining. I'm considering upgrading to the corsair all white modular rm850 psu (if I need to). I guess I'm just looking for advice on sizing my psu. I'm thinking I might later add one more r9 390 8gb power color for mining if they ever come available. Assuming I do add one more, what size psu would you recommend knowing the system would most likely be running 24/7? Thanks in advance
  15. Yea I was so confused. Based on all the research I've done I shouldn't have any problems maxing out settings and getting 60 fps which I don't now. Possibly biggest fail since building my PC
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