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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

Profile Information

  • 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. New SSD doesnt get recognized

    Cool good to hear ! Maybe one day apple will make Disk Utility work lol
  2. also doesnt help that sometimes the sockets make no mention of LGA or FCLGA and simply call themself something like socket H3 (FCLGA 1150)
  3. New SSD doesnt get recognized

    Yeah man, just make a new volume of any format, and then OSX will be able to see it during install.
  4. New SSD doesnt get recognized

    yes you've made it clear that you think it's a broken drive, even though there is no evidence to support that. Can you let the adults talk now please ?
  5. New SSD doesnt get recognized

    you can either paste this into OSX terminal, just switching out the identifier: diskutil eraseDisk JHFS+ Test /dev/{disk identifier} or if you wanna pop it in a windows machine, as soon as you open partition editor, ittl tell you there is an unallocated drive present, and will do it for you. If it doesnt prompt you, you will see the SSD down the bottom as a black unallocated drive, right click the bit on the left and hit initialise. That will make it visible to Disk Utility in OSX recovery during install
  6. Most Android-like desktop OS

    wont be great for gaming mind you, but that's linux in general
  7. Most Android-like desktop OS

    Well, you can just get an x86 version of actual android. That's probably as close as you can get. http://www.android-x86.org/
  8. New SSD doesnt get recognized

    OSX Disk utility is useless as fuck, it can't initialise unallocated drives. you can allocate and format it from terminal, or pop it into a windows machine, initialise from partition editor, then put back in the kackbook so you can see it in disk utility
  9. GPU / Sata Issue

    There's a chance you don't have enough PCIe lanes. I've seen a few boards that disable the chipset SATA lanes when an M.2 Drive is installed
  10. are you able to spam F8 and get into safe mode ? if so, you can try turning off fast boot, hidden away in the power options.
  11. Show off your setup!

    @Bananasplit_00 Ahhh yeah the old mobile firepro issue. The W5130M's in my Precision 3510's show up as M360's in the driver, but as firepros everywhere else. Doesn't affect performance but still annoys the hell out of me.
  12. Cannot clone PS4 Pro drive to 2TB Drive

    lol to the guy saying you cant clone a PC without windows running, thats just pure shit haha who told you that ? use clonezilla, if it's linux based ittl just do it, you can probably clone washing machine firmware using clonezilla
  13. Show off your setup!

    Haven't shown my face on the forum for a while now, can only handle one forum at a time and ive drifted over to Frontier Forums recently. So hi again ! Post your work PC's, not your home gaming rigs ! I know we all have nice gaming rigs at home but i wanna see where you do battle, as in real battle, against unemployment. Not against aliens or Russians This janky monstrosity has been evolving for the last 2 years into it's current completely over the top and unnecessary form. Work PC: CPU: Intel Xeon E3 1275 v3 ~ Motherboard: Asrock E3C226D2I ~ RAM: 16GB DDR3 ~ GPU: GTX 460 ~ Case: Silverstone SG05 ~ Storage: 512GB SATA SSD ~ Displays: 3x1080p 24" mix and matched Dell monitors plus a 10" 1080p lilliput monitor above ~ Operating System: Windows 10 Enterprise x64 At this point, the main perk of my job is my battlestation
  14. Computer won't post when placed upright

    i would check whether the 780 is sagging excessively in the PCIe slot. Most PC's will boot loop if they detect incorrectly connected components, and given that a GPU is usually the heaviest thing in a system, and it only works laying down, it seems logical. I would try standing the PC upright, propping up the GPU with your finger to take the weight of it, and then try boot. Your PCIe slot might just be knackered. is the 780 a sagger ?
  15. 1x GTX 1060, 2x 144Hz screens

    uhhhh, who said the 1060 is a pretty good GPU ? Especially in the context of dual 144hz monitors. Obvious problem is obvious
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