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RollTime

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About RollTime

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    RollTime12

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    behind everyone about to misspeak ready to correct them
  • Biography
    meh
  • Occupation
    professional shitposter

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i5 4670k
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z87 MPower
  • RAM
    16gb corsair dominator ddr3
  • GPU
    ASUS Strix 1080 (OC)
  • Case
    Cooler Master Storm Stryker
  • Storage
    128 gb samsung 960 pro SATA ssd, 2 tb HDD
  • PSU
    Kingwin LAZER 1000 watt
  • Display(s)
    HP OMEN 27 (1440p 144hz GSync)
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i 120mm
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow Chroma V2
  • Mouse
    Razer DeathAdder 2000
  • Sound
    Sennheiser HD 598cs
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 pro (AKA Windows 10 Pro Bloatware Edition™)

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  1. It actually had only a 6. I’m going to assume that’s fine as well?
  2. I got a new motherboard recently and this is the CPU power connector design: I’ve not seen this design before. Currently I don’t have a cable set up from my PSU to supply the 4 pin connector. Is this just for extra power or is it necessary? I’ll be running an 8086k overclocked so I don’t think I need the extra power.
  3. RollTime

    Duel DDR3 or Single DDR4

    Definitely. Interesting to see, though, glad AsRock is trying to innovate.
  4. RollTime

    Changing a PSU

    Those seem to be semi-modular, meaning you can't swap most of the cables. They're also cheap enough I wouldn't risk it, as they might be wired differently.
  5. RollTime

    Changing a PSU

    What PSUs, specifically? It depends, though if they were modular it will probably be OK.
  6. RollTime

    Duel DDR3 or Single DDR4

    Then it depends on the CPU. Some CPUs support DDR3 and some DDR4. Which CPU do you have?
  7. RollTime

    Corsair now sell 'Fake Ram' to fill your RGB needs

    I mean, I guess... A decent RGB strip is $30 so this isn't a huge step up.
  8. I hadn't folded in a while and figured I might as well get back into it to help boost up LTT and, of course, do some good with my idle hardware. Also, I love the badge they gave out! Thanks for doing this giveaway, great way to inspire people to get involved in the future! edit: image got deleted somehow so I put it back
  9. RollTime

    New build shuts down after a short time

    They do? I'll ask. I got a lot of the stuff in there from them anyways so might be good. Thanks for the tip!
  10. RollTime

    New build shuts down after a short time

    It doesn't. I can't watch for POST codes because it POSTs fine, the BIOS works and I can even start a windows install if I want. The problem is that it randomly shuts down after a short time. I'm probably just gonna start the Micro Center warranty process on the mobo anyway, since it's the most likely issue.
  11. RollTime

    New build shuts down after a short time

    I can't get into windows to see HWINFO.
  12. RollTime

    New build shuts down after a short time

    Any thoughts on other possible causes?
  13. RollTime

    New build shuts down after a short time

    I have no idea about GPU temps now, but I ran it in my old pc for 2 months with no issues. PSU might be it. I talked to someone about it irl and they seemed confident it was the mobo, which does seem to be a fairly common part to fail. Second opinion?
  14. RollTime

    New build shuts down after a short time

    @Cereal5 Tried the BIOS reset, no change. I have noticed something strange. I left the PC overnight and it ran for quite a while (5mins) before shutdown. Then back to normal times. The issue seems to take longer to occur based on the time between shutdowns, leading me to think it might have to do with either overheating or some kind of battery that charges. I don’t know what could be overheating, CPU temps are around 30C. Its possible the CMOS battery could be faulty but I have no idea whether that could cause a shutdown or not.
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