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  1. 25 Gamers, 5 CPUs

    VMS are really glitchy and wont really be viable i would just buy 25 computers and it will probably be cheaper. (if you want to make money install a mining program and only have it on while idle)
  2. Hello, I have a multi gpu rig (for mining so not in sli) and it boots fine but when i have more than 1 gpu it wont show anything on the monitor no matter which gpu i try or even if i use onboard graphics. I have 3 1070's and 1 970. Thanks in advanced
  3. Weird rattling noise on aio cooler

    Here is the video i took on start up
  4. Weird rattling noise on aio cooler

    yes its not really a rattling sound like something is loose but more like a hum. like the water pump is trying to pump air
  5. Weird rattling noise on aio cooler

    Sounds like it comes from the cooler its deff from that area and i just installed new case fans so i dont think its the case fans. il take a video next time
  6. Weird rattling noise on aio cooler

    3, 1 for cpu and 2 for case
  7. Weird rattling noise on aio cooler

    no i never use optical drive.
  8. Weird rattling noise on aio cooler

    Everything looks and feels good could it be something else in the rig? i have an optical drive could it be that?
  9. this has been going on for a while now. 2 years ago I bought a prebuilt computer with liquid cooling and about 1 year after that there was this weird humming noise that comes out of it. There are only 2 times when it happens. Sometimes and randomly happens then goes away and it will also happen on bootup if it has been off for 24 hours. I recently replaced it with a h55 corsair but that does not seem to change anything. Anyone have any ideas on how to fix this? I don't think its the water cooler itself because it happens with different ones.
  10. Did I break my PC? High idle temp. (GPU)

    they dont say its normal but since it does not go out of "operation" then i dont think they will help much if you tell them how hot it gets under load then they might but 80-85 is for a gpu is not going to break it although past 100 i would contact them. So do what i said before and boot into safe mode and if you have an extra drive boot a fresh copy of windows onto it and see if that helps.
  11. Did I break my PC? High idle temp. (GPU)

    to answers to 4. you should under clock your gpu by 200-500 this wont break your computer it has been done. but your cpu temps seem fine at 48 so i would leave that alone 5. 64 is safe yes but normal no i would really sugest booting in safe more and also doing a virus scan check. also check task manager if anything seems to high.
  12. Is there a original video i could see?
  13. Did I break my PC? High idle temp. (GPU)

    1. Make sure all fans are still running 2. Do the gpu temp rise under load (if not it may be a sensor error) 3. If none above were the case then just do a simple reboot (ik you have prob done this) 4. Try underclocking (this is not permanent but if it helps it may help you diagnose the problem) 5. If none above work try changing slots (and power cable) for gpu and/or replace cooler and reapply thermal paste. 6. boot windows into safe mode to see if that fixes it if so your in luck that means its software causing it 7. your f*cked
  14. Overclock

    No only increase the watts that it comsumes
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