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Lexi Delphi

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About Lexi Delphi

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  • Birthday 1993-07-24


  • CPU
    AMD FX-8310
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte 970A
  • RAM
    16GB DDR3 @1600MHz
  • GPU
    EVGA 1060 6GB SSC
  • Case
    Cooler Master Storm Trooper
  • Storage
  • PSU
    EVGA 600B
  • Display(s)
    Samsung TV (1366x768), ASUS monitor (2048x1152), eMachines monitor (1080p)
  • Keyboard
    Dell KB212-B
  • Mouse
    Logitech G600
  • Operating System
    Windows 7 Ultimate

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  1. Is there a way to keep Windows XP and 7 from enabling a GPU every time it boots? I want each to have their own and ignore the other one without having to resort to UNRAID. I don't want to use both OSs at the same time and every VM I try doesn't use the GPU for acceleration and games, so they're useless and awful. I'm using an 8800GT for XP and a GTX 1060 for Windows 7. The 8800GT can't use drivers newer than 342 and the 1060 isn't supported on XP at all.
  2. I'm developing a personalized audio matrix that uses the Line In on a motherboard or sound card. I can't find any details on the needs for input signal and that's kinda critical to be able to use it correctly. I don't want to blow it out or be too quiet.
  3. Yeah, that would be lol. And I called my idea stupid because it's a 1060 Mini, not something huge like a STRIX
  4. Thermal paste doesn't effect fan speed. The problem is that the fan was saying it was at 40% to 60%, but only sitting at 500RPM and below. 60% fan speed on that fan is almost 2000RPM
  5. Thought about that as well, but it would be too expensive to really benefit me. I had also considered doing something stupid like this https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835186068&cm_re=GPU_cooler-_-35-186-068-_-Product
  6. Oh, okay. Thanks. What do you mean by "the right fan header type"?
  7. That's why I asked if it would be okay. I want to use the GPU header if at all possible to make it more accurate when changing speed for cooling and also better cable management. It's more or less the same as the stock Nvidia PCB with a better voltage controller and more phases.
  8. I'm wanting to replace the fan on this card because it can't ramp up speed to keep cool anymore, but the fans I'm seeing all draw more current. The stock fan is an 87mm Everflow that draws 12V and 300mA, but the similar size fans I'm seeing draw 450mA or 500mA. Every fan involved here is 4 wire PWM. Would it be okay to use those higher requirement fans? I'm not sure if there's anything in the way in the circuit that might have issue with the current draw, or if the fan pulls straight from the 12V rail.