DnFx91

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About DnFx91

  • Title
    Veteran

System

  • CPU
    i7 4790s
  • Motherboard
    Asus B85M-E
  • RAM
    32GB Ballistix Sport DDR3 1666
  • GPU
    Sapphire R9 390 Nitro
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide Spec-03
  • Storage
    Kingston Predator 240GB PCIE M.2 Boot, 2TB HDD, 3x 480GB SATA SSD's in RAID 0 (1.3TB)
  • PSU
    Corsair CX600
  • Display(s)
    Asus PB287Q , Generic Samsung 1080p 22"
  • Cooling
    Arctic T3 Air Cooler, All case fans replaced with Noctua NF-B9 Redux's
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G810 Orion
  • Mouse
    Cheap Microsoft Wired (i like it)
  • Sound
    Radial Pro USB DAC into 250w Powered Speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Enterprise x64

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    London
  • Interests
    PC's, Motorcycles, Gaming, Physics
  • Biography
    I'm a computer systems engineer and a long time viewer of LTT, i only made my first post on the forum recently but am really surprised at what a great community it is :D
  • Occupation
    Computer Systems Engineer

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  1. sledgehammer for everything
  2. keep in mind though, AMD has nothing to do with the customer support on your card, they just make the chips. Blame sapphire
  3. oh (looking nervously at my own sapphire r9 390) kernel panic can be driver/power related, if that is indeed what you think it is. I nearly had to ask what your PSU was thinking you hadnt included it in your spec, but then realised it was there, and from a brand i have never heard of. I dont wanna jump on the answer everyone is thinking, but cheap shiity PSU could be the culprit
  4. is it a sapphire nitro ?
  5. man you just completely ignored the intentional qualifiers in my comment didnt you. "in most cases" "technically but not practically" check yo self before you wreck yo self son.
  6. if anyone knew the answer to this question, nobody would mine..............
  7. 1366x768@60 is very close to the max throughput of a VGA cable in most cases. Not to be patronising, but are you trying to run 1080p over VGA ? it is a thing, technically, but practically, just no
  8. hehe, never uninstalling my cracked installation of GTA now, that shit is gold dust
  9. was about to say speccy but that has no mention of PCx, if speccy doesnt care i dont think anyone should care tbh
  10. i just tried to google it, it's very confusing, something about "PCx" being a protocol for determining the data throughput of a RAM module, not neccesarily the DDR generation. fuck it, iv'e gotten this far without knowing before, who cares
  11. ive seen it on sticks of RAM for years and never realised what it meant lol, is it definitely not printed somewhere on the sticker ?
  12. oh shit i never even put 2 and 2 together on that one, after all these years haha. so PC1, PC2, PC3 and PC4 are DDR DDR2 DDR3 and DDR4 respectively >?
  13. with a 970, no problem
  14. besides, RAID 0 NVME for boot is kinda overkill and won't really benefit you. i would install OS on one of those NVME drives, get a third one, and then RAID the remaining 2 together from within windows. a windows RAID0 of NVME drives will be monstrously quick, and you can chuck your games and big programs on there.