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jools

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About jools

  • Title
    Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    UK
  • Interests
    Reading, PC's
  • Biography
    old pc repair man
  • Occupation
    Working on my bad back

System

  • CPU
    i7 4790k
  • Motherboard
    Maximus vii gene z97 matx
  • RAM
    2x corsair 8gb cmy16gx3m2a2400c11
  • GPU
    gtx 980ti
  • Case
    Thermaltake Core V21 Matx Mesh
  • Storage
    2x samsung 850 evo 250gb 1x wd 3tb red
  • PSU
    evga 750w
  • Display(s)
    hz30wie
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken X41 Liquid CPU Cooler
  • Keyboard
    logitech keyboard+fang gamepad
  • Mouse
    logitech g5 mouse
  • Sound
    logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930
  • Operating System
    win 7 x64 ultimate

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  1. jools

    USB Error?

    I will leave u in ignorance
  2. jools

    USB Error?

    wrong, the file could not be written at specific area (FAT or s/w) , so checksum would not match hence error reply. the issue was with h2testw prog
  3. jools

    USB Error?

    h2test tried to write where it was not allowed
  4. jools

    USB Error?

    yes usb sticks sometimes come with software (s/w) and also a file allocation table (fat) which should be about 80-100mb , so when u first scanned usb stik with h2test it found these and listed a false positive ereror message
  5. jools

    USB Error?

    there is no error
  6. jools

    USB Error?

    its under 100mb were talking about , it maybe usb s/w or a fat
  7. its got me stumped... does he have only one microphone attached to pc (not web cam and mic), mite be worth disabling and re-enabling in sound/recording is microphone the headsets mic are u sure headsets set as default, its bit hard
  8. ok more likely, so go out and play but don't forget your tin foil hat
  9. why , I just don't know....but u could try over/under clock the pcie instead.... sometimes chips don't like that particular freq, so a small change up/down gives more stable result
  10. simply put it is recommended , the question should be how likely is a lightning strike
  11. look for any mobo that takes a i7 7700k but I think you are under the impression that u need a new mobo, u don't.......the base clk freq is multiplied to match cpu speed and its also multiplied to match ram speeds(eg. 3200mhz 32x100) this is a very rough explanation but generally true... ps..........ALL bus speeds are lower than cpu speeds hence multipliers
  12. that's a base clk frequency that can get multiplied
  13. im for more stability the forests can burn
  14. why do people go on about 80+ , 90+ , when it only affects tree hugger. That 80+ crap is only about the effiency of the psu NOT its quality
  15. fyi most sys builders calculate there usage in WATT,s that's why the psu is in watts and gfx cards power draw in watts etc....
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