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CaptainSav916

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About CaptainSav916

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1988-03-05

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Sacramento, CA

System

  • CPU
    AMD FX 8370
  • Motherboard
    ASUS 970 GAMING PRO AURA
  • RAM
    CORSAIR VENGEANCE DDR3 16GB 1600MHZ
  • GPU
    GEForce GTX 1080 FOUNDERS EDITION
  • Case
    CORSAIR 400C BLACK
  • Storage
    256GB SAMSUNG 850 EVO M.2, 2x 256GB SAMSUNG 850 EVO SSD(RAID 0), 4TB SEAGATE SSHD
  • PSU
    750W CORSAIR 750CXM
  • Display(s)
    25" LG ULTRA WIDE IHD LED 21:9 2560X1080 @75 HZ
  • Cooling
    ENERMAX LIQMAX 240 + 2x CORSAIR MLPRO120, 2x CORSAIR AF140, 1x CORSAIR AF120
  • Keyboard
    PATRIOT VIPER V780 RGB MECHANICAL
  • Mouse
    CORSAIR SCIMITAR PRO RGB BLACK, CORSAIR MM200 MAT
  • Sound
    CORSAIR VOID USB RGB
  • Operating System
    WINDOWS 10 PROFESSIONAL 64-BIT

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  1. waiting on my shroud. the one in the photo is a mock so I could get the loop going. it is RGB by the way! *wink wink*
  2. Hey guys, thank you for all of the help, but the board ended up being a DOA, exchanged for a new one and she is now up and running nicely!
  3. Thank you for replying, RAM is good as I am currently using the same sticks in the pc that I am currently using to talk to you, I will try the other suggestions, Thanks again
  4. Will not boot to OS, and will lock up even when I try to use USB to reload, it will literally get to the windows loading screen, do one rotation of the circle and completely freeze up. This is the first time I have ever experienced this issue out of the 7 PCs I've built. I tried a different SSD, completely wiped the USB and reloaded the iso, i'm just lost at this point. My next step is to switch to the m.2 slot under the chipset, and then see if I can get a boot off of a SATA drive and see if a bios update would help and then try to reload onto the m.2 1700x, x370 gaming pro carbon, Samsung pm851 m.2, 16gb vengeance rgb, and the rest of the components are pretty much irrelevant to my issue.
  5. I've used every fx motherboard above $100 with 8350, 8370, and even 9590 and have never had any overheating issues.
  6. Might I also add that once malware is in your computer it is going to be there. malware screws with your files in a manner that antimalwares normally dont recognize because they are only designed to detect the malware activity itself.
  7. Back up your files onto a seperate drive and reload your OS. That is the only proven 100% successful method to completely wiping your pc clean. Doing all of the work and starting over is crap, but sometimes you just gotta suck it up and deal with it. -Repair Technician II
  8. If you think it's going to be moved at one point and its a heavier gpu, id say put the gpu in in a separate small box with padding. if it is a custom loop just lead the gpu in but store the box on its side. other than that youll be fine. everything else will be prettymuch sturdy unless you didnt screw things in tight enough.
  9. All that shows is geforce experience which I already have.
  10. I have the driver on the disk that came with my 1080, which is zero help because i dont have an ODD, looked everywhere, cant find it for windows 10, need it to OC my monitor, pulling out my hair, please help.
  11. I need one, cant find one. Caselabs is super expensive so thats out of the question.
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