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About Jurrunio

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  • CPU
    Intel Core 2 Quad Q9400 @2.66GHz
  • Motherboard
    MSI G41M-P33 Combo
  • RAM
    Some brand google doesn't know 4GB DDR3 @1066MHz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 275 w/ 896Mb VRAM
  • Case
    Some random ATX case with a bit of rust
  • Storage
    HDD: Seagate Barracuda 7.2k rpm 500GB
  • PSU
    Cooler Master 500W
  • Display(s)
    LG 22" 1080p
  • Cooling
    Leaf blower or weed wacker from Intel
  • Keyboard
    Free but surpirsingly tough Lenovo 194P4573
  • Mouse
    I just... found it somewhere?
  • Sound
    Comes with motherboard
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home 64 bit

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    Expensive = not mine
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  1. 600W is more than enough. even 400W is enough.
  2. I'm not sure. There should be a stress test function in XTU. Use that and check the freq of CPU
  3. If overclock is unstable, increase the voltage to a max of 1.4V. If it's already there then it's the limit. Reference clock tuning is not for Haswell chips.
  4. core clock multiplier. This and the core voltage should be the only thing you touch
  5. Don't touch the reference clock. It also changes RAM speed, PCIe bus speed etc.
  6. Maybe because the system is too old. From what I know, Pascal cards only officially support UEFI bios. Not surprising that it encountered problems in old systems like this
  7. Set that to 1.35 first. You can lower that after you reached the clock speed you want.
  8. Installed the drivers for the 1060 yet?
  9. Try increase the all-core multiplier to 44.
  10. Don't get the voltage above 1.4V and you will be fine. Can you change the core clock multiplier with XTU?
  11. Get it installed first. See what you can do there.
  12. 20 minutes boot time? That's terrible. Even my old Q9400 system boots in 15 seconds.
  13. That doesn't really make sense. It's like asking whether a hatchback or a saloon is a better car for a city. They have too much difference between them to be compared.
  14. Comparing an mATX board with an ATX one?
  15. I bought my RX 470 at 100 pounds or $128 9 months ago. I could sell it for twice the price, but I'm just too lazy to go find another GPU. Since Volta and Vega cards aren't that far away I'd wait for those cards to send 1080 prices sinking.