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Kevin11

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About Kevin11

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1991-11-05

Contact Methods

  • Twitch.tv
    nonameworks11

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Palmdale, California
  • Interests
    Technology
  • Biography
    I do flips and stuff

System

  • CPU
    i7 6700k
  • Motherboard
    sabertooth z170 S
  • RAM
    crucial ballistix DDR4 2400 (white camo color)
  • GPU
    GTX 660... don't laugh at me!
  • Case
    Phantom-001 full tower black/green
  • Storage
    Samsung Evo 850 SSD 250gb boot 1 TB HDD storage
  • PSU
    supernova bronze 750 watt
  • Display(s)
    2x 27 inch asus 1080p
  • Cooling
    6 case fans and CPU water cooler
  • Keyboard
    RGB G910
  • Mouse
    RGB Razer Mamba Tournament Edition
  • Sound
    SonicMaster Bang & Olufsen ICEpower from both monitors
  • Operating System
    Windows 7 Professional

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  1. First time switching back in a few months so I'll find out
  2. So I'm using a GTX 660 and I've been overclocking it for about half a year, I would notice sometimes the screen would go black for a second or two and come back just fine, usually when the temp was around 80. Just now it started going crazy as I was using VLC player watching a video. gpu load started jumping from 1% to 99% back and fourth, being loud, and switching between programs made no difference. Loaded up afterburner and switched the settings back to factory default and the gpu load dropped back below 10%, is this an effect from overclocking the graphics card?
  3. So I installed a new motherboard and cpu awhile back, 2 or 3 months ago. I didn't know you need standoffs and I just screwed the board right onto the case. Everything works fine, is this something I need to worry about?
  4. I am using phantom full tower 001 and the case has fan control on the top that I use. They all work perfectly except for the 2 on the side, they keep dropping to lowest speed for a second then going back up to full speed for like 30 seconds, both fans use a separate cord that connects back to the same control switch, is there any easy fix to this?
  5. If you are planning on going all out on your setup, rgb lighting and everything, make sure you have methods in place to keep everything clean first lol, I learned the hard way what living in a desert does to a good setup, constantly cleaning, going to maybe try getting positive airflow in my entire room to keep dust out or something idk yet
  6. A lot of people just don't like AMD cpu's in general, I'm not sure if it's just a bias or if there is good reason. I have not seen any good reasons myself, yet. For the low end price range, to me at-least, AMD seems like the far better choice. My FX 6350 worked really well for me for a long time, I'm using an i7 6700k now, though
  7. ayyyy that's the old mobo I was using on my old build! Worked really well with the AMD FX 6350
  8. As long as the old system and new system are both 64x bit then yes, old key will work perfectly. I've reused my same windows key I bought from a shady website for half price many times now lol, I've even had it running on two computers at the same time
  9. Personally, for the price range, I would go with an AMD build, but that's just me
  10. thanks for the help! I'll set this up later and let you know how it turns out
  11. Actually the speakers are really, really good in the Asus monitors. The bass is amazing. And a setup is a lot cleaner without speakers. Last time I had speakers, I had surround sound and my cats kept destroying the cords, not really trying to deal with that again lol
  12. this would allow me to have only left sound come from left speaker and only right sound come from right speaker to give a dual speaker feel to my dual monitor setup? voicemeeter works great for just giving the same sound out of both
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