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  1. A video on what floating point numbers are !
  2. Use the blackwidow ultimate 2014 (orange switches), deathadder 2013 and the goliathus control standard size mousemat
  3. If this shit is sharp and bright, I need this shit
  4. The voltage keeps fluctuating in CPU-z because there doesn't seem to be a full manual mode in Gigabyte mobos. Please tell me what i can do to proceed further.
  5. I purchased a gigabyte z170x gaming 3 mobo. I am trying to overclock my i5-6600k and am stable at 4.4ghz at 1.35 volts. I want to push further because am still sitting at 60 degrees centigrade and I read that 1.4 Volts is a pretty safe limit. But I can't seem to go higher than 1.35 volts. Even though i dial in 1.4V in the bios and try and increase the multiplier, Aida64 still shows max vcore draw at 1.344 and the stability test fails withing one minute. Also, HWmonitor shows a vcore of 1.7 volts for some reason at every vcore setting above 1.3 volts. And HW64 shows the exact same values as aida64. Please help me out here. This is my first experience with overclocking and i really want to push my CPU further. I have read that the h81 boards from gigabyte have a max vcore limit for the g3258. Is there a max vcore limit on my mobo too ? I have updated my bios to the latest non beta version.
  6. Honestly, I'd like to give my parents a flat screen TV. They yet use a CRT TV in 2015 and mahn it is pathetic. The clarity isn't there and it sounds really pathetic. But yet they act as if they are okay with it but would actually love to have a new one. Here is a link to the TV i'd like to gift them: http://www.amazon.com/HAIER-40E3500-FULL-1080P-HDTV/dp/B00TOYJ0CW/ref=sr_1_3?s=tv&ie=UTF8&qid=1449744480&sr=1-3&refinements=p_36%3A-49900
  7. I have had this exact same issue with my mouse. I contacted Razer and they sent me a firmware update for my mouse. I did that and the double clicking frequency decreased a bit but yet frustrating enough. Then, I sprayed WD40 into the mouse one switch after opening the mouse up and it stopped double clicking altogether! No need to hassle for warranty. Just do what I said and you'll be fine.
  8. How do I check that ? AFAIK, I don't think my mobo even supports it. An update on the current scenario: I tested my GPU with two other power supplies on my mobo and it did not work. I tested the GPU on a different mobo with these two power supplies and it worked. Though, I spotted a difference in fan speeds of the GPU on the different motherboards. The fan speed of the GPU on the mobo on which it worked was higher. I am planning to change my mobo because of this. Any suggestions?
  9. I have chosen the correct input in my monitor. My PC does support integrated graphics. I used an HDMI and a VGA connector with my GPU. I can't install drivers on my PC because system won't give me a display output with the GPU plugged in. Without the GPU plugged in using integrated graphics, the NVIDIA installer aborts
  10. Yes I plugged it to my monitor using the correct input. Nvidia won't let me install drivers until the GPU is plugged in.
  11. Okay so i purchased a GT730 today and when i tried to hook it up to my system, i did not get any display. I checked by bios and the changed the VGA output to PEG from auto and still it refused to work. Please kelp me out here. The GPU fan is spinning BTW. post images