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abgersaurus

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About abgersaurus

  • Title
    Newbie

System

  • CPU
    i7 4790k @ 4.4 GHz 1.15v
  • Motherboard
    Asus M7F
  • RAM
    Kingston HyperX DDR3 1866mhz
  • GPU
    GTX 980Ti SC
  • Case
    Obsidian 750D
  • Storage
    Samsung Evo 840, 250GB
  • PSU
    AX1200i
  • Display(s)
    Samsung SyncMaster SA700D
  • Cooling
    Custom loop for CPU and kraken for GPU
  • Keyboard
    Razer BWU
  • Mouse
    Razer Mamba 2012
  • Sound
    Astro A40
  • Operating System
    Win 7 64bit

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  1. ok, well since my 8600K is at 4.8Ghz OC I was thinking if I got a 10600k and/or perhaps a 10900k later that they would also be OC'ed that should have some say in regards to bottlenecks right? right now I'm using a 1440p 144hz monitor and was thinking of getting a 1440p (120-144hz) ultrawide also a reverb G2 hence why the needed upgrade
  2. but what about the 10600k vs the 10900k? would it not be worth getting the extra cores and threads for the future?
  3. would even a 8700k be worth upgrading to? just for the hyperthreading I'm not sure a 9900k would be too great for my current MB
  4. Hi I currently have an i5 8600K (Delid 4.8ghz) with a 1080ti (stock clock and undervolt) and also 16gb of 3466mhz DDR4 mb Strix Z370-G Would the i5 be a potential bottleneck for a new GPU? I was thinking along the lines of a 3070 minimum maybe all the way up to a 3080ti if so what would be the best upgrade money wise in the intel lineup?
  5. UPDATE: I sent both components to RMA and got a new motherboard aswell as a CPU within my warranty, thankfully my PC works again
  6. Caseking.de has a partnership with him, where they cherrypick the cpu's and delid them whilst still offering a 2 year warranty at a premium
  7. Hi everyone, I'm having a lot of trouble.Yesterday I played PUBG and turned off the pc before I went to bed as usual.When I went to turn on the PC today, nothing came up on my monitor (PG278Q) my PC did not POST, but the red LED on the motherboard (CPU) lit up.The fans spin up everything seems normal except the pc will not POST or boot.So far I have tried several things without any luck:restarting the pc.turning off the PSU and pressing the power button for 30 secmaking sure that every cable/wire is plugged in as they shouldresetting CMOS via screwdriver to shorten the pins on mobo for 15 sectrying different RAM configurationsremoving GPUmaking sure that the cpu cooler is not too tightreseating the CPU whilst inspecting it for damage or clues (no bent pins or anything obvious on the cpu)making sure the cooler is mounted correctlyunplugging every USB device both externally and internallymaking sure that none of the motherboard screws aren't too tight aswellremoving the cmos battery and waiting 5-10 minI can't make heads or tails at the momentmy specs are:i5 8600K (Der8auer delid edition)Strix Z370-GEVGA 1080Ti FTW3 HybridKingston HyperX DDR4 2400mhzSamsung EVO 960 NVMECorsair AX860iNZXT X62other things, NZXT Grid+ V3 and HueI will try to build my pc again outside the case to see if that makes a difference (incase any shorts)could it be my motherboard or CPU that has died all of a sudden?
  8. That would be so awesome to be able to have a home cinema almost everywhere you go! So many games and possibilities
  9. As I wrote, my Kraken is connected through a molex to 3-pin which is a constant of 12v and is only being controlled through the USB port, a friend of mine had problems with his x41 when it got under 12v it died several times, he almost had to send it back but for now it seems to work on 12v directly
  10. ok thank you for your input, but I have a NF-F12 on the radiator and some kind of noctua 92mm fan at the vrm which has a max speed of 1800rpm which is waaaay too loud imo, but I have plugged that aswell as my NF-F12 into my motherboard (Asus M7F) using AIsuite (fan control) which atm is working great but my pump is still noisy and the built-in fan headers on the pump itself keep running fans at 100% no matter what fan I plug into them, could the X31 be faulty? and it still has some gurgle/rattle noise even after running on max and alternating between 20-100% to get rid of bubbles, any suggestions? (edit: can't seem to spell)
  11. Hi guys! I just joined the forum, and I seem to have a small problem with my kraken x31, I'm using it with a G10 bracket on my 980 Ti, but I can't control the fan that is attached to the fan header on the kraken it self. I am running CAM 3.0.6 The krakens 3-pin power cable is connected directly to a molex-->3-pin (can still be controlled in CAM 40-100%) The internal USB header from the kraken is connected to the motherboard And the fan the cool the VRM is a 3-pin fan that is connected to the 4-pin cable from the kraken itself and it is in the "correct" fan header with the PWM signal the problem is that I can't control the fan for the VRM, it seems to be running at 100% all the time, which is loud! (some 92mm Noctua) is it even possible to control this fan or does that fan simply have to run at 100% all the time? BTW. my pump is rattling all the time even at 40% maybe the entire unit is faulty? Kind regards abger
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