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WillyLi

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  1. The week after LTX as in this week or the week of 23rd?
  2. I'm looking for the same things as OP. I've been looking at the EVE V tablet. I'm not sure if it's a good fit though as it's still in development.
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    Best Network PCIE Card?

    Trying to buy a wireless card for my PC, preferably with Bluetooth and good asthetics. Any suggestions?
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    PC Crashes when GPU under load

    Are you using one or two cables? I have two 8 pins on my GPU. Edit: Not a cable issue, just tested with different cables from different ports on PSU. Still think it's a PSU problem, Corsair approved my RMA and will be sending a new PSU soon
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    PC Crashes when GPU under load

    I don't think it's a thermal issue just because it will crash whenever I start the furmark(fuzzy donut thing) stress test regardless of the temperature. But it's also a EVGA card, so I don't know if its affected by their vrm thing, and there's no way for me to get a thermal reading off of those components. Also regarding the GPU, my bios is the newest version out of the box so that might not be the issue.
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    PC Crashes when GPU under load

    Nothing was changed on the hardware level, I had a small overclock on my cpu for a while. That was running fine, but then a couple of weeks ago it started to do this and I reseted the cpu to stock speed. I have submitted a ticket to Corsair though, luckily they have 7 year warranty on this PSU. Just kinda a hassel having to rewire the entire system if it is the PSU.
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    PC Crashes when GPU under load

    That is what I thought it was as well, but after I have reverted everything to stock speed it is still doing the same thing. One thing worth noting is that previously I had to unplug the whole thing from the wall to start it back up, now it just restart on its own.
  8. Hey guys, So my computer has restarted after it's underload. Even Overwatch would crash it after running it a bit. I don't think it's an overheating issue, because once I run Furmark it crashes immediately. I am thinking that something is wrong either with the PSU or the GPU. And here's my spec: Mobo: ASUS Z170-A CPU: i7 6700k GPU: EVGA GTX 1070 FTW RAM: 16GB Corsair Vengence 3000Mhz PSU: Corsair AX760 Storage: 250GB SSD <- should be irrelevant
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