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KingTdiGGiTTy

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About KingTdiGGiTTy

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Minnesota, USA

System

  • CPU
    Intel Xeon E5-2680
  • Motherboard
    Lenovo Thinkstation S30
  • RAM
    32gb DDR3 1066 ECC Samsung
  • GPU
    Sapphire NITRO r9 390x 8gb, Zotac GTX 1050ti
  • Case
    EVGA DG-73
  • Storage
    ADATA 120GB SATA SSD Seagate 1 TB HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA 750w G2
  • Cooling
    Hyper 212 Evo
  • Operating System
    WIndows 10
  • Laptop
    HP Omen 15t (early 2017)

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  1. Your power supply is probably struggling to deliver power correctly with a sketchily installed conversion kit. Could also be that the rx 590 and/or drivers are having compatibility issues with windows 7. (less likely) What CPU are you using? Is it cooled properly?
  2. Run a cable through the house if you can. Find places to route it through in corners. I have an Ethernet connection to my basement by drilling a hole in the corner of my living room (behind a TV set and stereo speakers).
  3. It sounds like a PCIe lane distribution problem. I would try putting NVMe drives in different slots to see if it changes anything. On a gigabyte X470 board, and putting the NVMe drive in a different slot fixed the issue. Though the drive might've been running at 2x instead of 4x
  4. If you're planning on doing mostly rendering, it would be best for you to not use SLI, and games most likely won't leverage he extra GPU anyway. I don't know if that will fix your issue, but SLI usually causes a loud of bugs.
  5. I've been having a similar issue with an ADATA su650 120Gb and I haven't figured anything out yet. But it hasn't died either.
  6. I have been using mine with the issue. I was able to make it work intermittently by applying pressure and taping things. My display has the issue in the exact same spot, the way yours does. Its gotten worse as time goes on. I am interested to see how this goes.
  7. with your overclock your CPU is probably running at 4 ghz and 1.4v all the time, try checking bios settings for dynamic clock and voltage settings.
  8. Virtualization inside of FreeNAS
  9. I built my FreeNAS server with intent to have a couple of virtual machines running on it. Until now, I didn't realize that the virtualization program that FreeNAS uses requires Extended page support on the CPU, and I built my system with some pretty old server hardware. So, Is there anyway to change the program or do something to enable virtualization using basic virtualization support in FreeNAS? Motherboard : Intel s5000psl CPU: 2 x Xeon L5420
  10. That processor and motherboard only supports DDR3 RAM If 32gb isn't enough for you that system should support very high RAM capacities and ECC
  11. OK, I have got my NAS setup and working. I never successfully flashed my card into IT mode, I didn't need to. The problem was reformatting my HDDs from 520b to 512b. I used sg_format from the shell in FreeNAS and then I was able to create Pools sg_format --format --size=512 --six da0
  12. Debian wouldn't let me format the drive, so time to brush up on DOS
  13. I'm currently booting into debian because I had a USB with it around
  14. What ways are their to do this, I can't find any information about my specific card
  15. I found an IT bios for the card somewhere, but I can't find a flash utility that supports the card.
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