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filippalfi

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About filippalfi

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1993-01-12

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Croatia
  • Occupation
    Chef

System

  • CPU
    Intel i7-4790K
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z87M
  • RAM
    16GB DDR3 HyperX Fury
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 1070 Ti Armor
  • Case
    Antec P6
  • Storage
    Samsung 840 Evo 120GB, 2TB Toshiba P300
  • PSU
    Gigabyte G750H 80+ Gold
  • Display(s)
    Asus VX239H 1080p 72hz
  • Cooling
    LC Power 240mm AIO, Corsair HD120 RGB x5
  • Keyboard
    CoolerMaster Masterset MS120
  • Mouse
    CoolerMaster Masterset MS120
  • Sound
    Logitech X-230
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. filippalfi

    Overclocking GTX 1050 Ti

    Its just a suggestion, u dont actually have to do it. Im glad you are happy with your graphics card.
  2. filippalfi

    Overclocking GTX 1050 Ti

    It should be able to do +1000 on memory, u should try it.
  3. filippalfi

    Overclocking GTX 1050 Ti

    I managed +1000 on memory, MSi low profile card.
  4. Some weirs stuff happens with cooler in question. My friend bought it to install it on my ex Xeon E3-1231v3 which never got past 55c on air, and 45c with 240mm cheap AIO. What we did is downloaded Corsair LINK to monitor everything, we set pump speed to extreme which is 3000 rpm, it does read that, u can feel it working when pipes are touched. Thigs that happen are next: Pump makes weird noise for 2-3 secs after booting and then stops with that. After installing it i ran Aida64 and it reached 98c after 2 minutes or less of stress testing! Fans are set to max rpm which is 1500 and set in push/pull configuration. Here is the picture of the spread, which seems fine to me. Pipes are warm, radiator gets a bit warm, which means heat is transfered and pump is working fine, i have remounted it twice and issues persists. Pump is plugged in into PWM fan hub which gets its signal from CPU header. Thermal paste which is being used is Arctic MX-4. Please guys help, im out of ideas.
  5. filippalfi

    Cheep 4k card

    Hmmm, i had issues playing back 4K movies with the 750 Ti, not sure why, 1050 Ti solved that issue.
  6. filippalfi

    1070 Ti Armor signal loss

    I do, but not too much, some project cars 2 etc mostly at 1440p/60. I usually play through new AAA titles and then just play project cars again
  7. filippalfi

    1070 Ti Armor signal loss

    Yeah, hopefully it lasts a month until i get something better. Nope, it was brand new, got it from a miner, but he never got to use it, and god knows where he got them.
  8. filippalfi

    1070 Ti Armor signal loss

    Update no. 4 Used the oven... It actually worked.
  9. filippalfi

    1070 Ti Armor signal loss

    Update no. 3 Blue artifacts, freezing, and now no video no matter what i do, probably dead.
  10. filippalfi

    1070 Ti Armor signal loss

    Updatw no. 2 Worked fine for most of the afternoon till now, when it decided to go 800x600 and dont let me change it. Used DDU again, rolled back to 419.35 WHQL driver, all seems fine.
  11. filippalfi

    1070 Ti Armor signal loss

    Yeah, me too. I had 2 cables, one for my PC, one for my PS3. One taken from PS3 lost signal as well, but brand new one works great with PC no issues at all,but all 3 work just fine with the PS3. Really wtf issue, and first for me.
  12. filippalfi

    1070 Ti Armor signal loss

    UPDATE: I had 2 HDMI cables at home, switching those didnt help, and right now i went and bought a cheapo 5 dolla cable, plugged it in, and no problems so far! Like, wtf? Also did DDU just to make sure.
  13. filippalfi

    1070 Ti Armor signal loss

    Cleaned everything, put it back together, problem persists. It boots, stays on desktop, then loses signal. Signal wont come back again unless i take the GPU out and put back in, and when it does show up, it lasts 10 seconds in the desktop. Edit: signal doesnt go away in bios... Is it possible this is driver issue? Edit no. 2.: It went away again, but lasted much longer in the bios.
  14. filippalfi

    1070 Ti Armor signal loss

    Cool, will try that aswell and let u know.
  15. filippalfi

    1070 Ti Armor signal loss

    Thanks man! Took everything apart, gonna clean it, reapply thermal paste again, but everything back together and try, also removed the CMOS battery for a few minutes,just in case. Is it smart to clean the PCIe port with alcohol?
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