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About Speedy20032000

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  1. The top one is the one I have the gpu in rn, the cooler on the gpu wont let me put it into the second, as the little PCI1 thing below it wont let me put my gpu in and the third one I'll have to remove my mobo to access but I can try tomorrow.
  2. I can't fit it into another slot the cooler is to big. The second pci has this pci1 slot next to it that prevents any graphics cards I have to go into it.
  3. I apologize for the typo, it is a i7-3970X extreme edition
  4. I tested them out on another computer, and could not get them to show up (hard drive did not even start spinning). I formatted with the FAT32 format and used the latest bios for my mobo, but it wasn't a rom but a CAP file, the manual said it's a rom but asus gave me a Cap file the link is bellow if you want to take a look. https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/SABERTOOTH_X79/HelpDesk_BIOS/ I have also tried clearing the cmos
  5. I would go to pc part picker and spec out your build, it will give you a estimated power usage, but just at a glance, 750w is probably already overkill for your system as the cpu+gpu uses up to 190W I believe and with 750W PSU you have a lot of room for future upgrades
  6. My media pc was what I is use for my vr headset was a custom pc from a Game Dev company and I upgraded the graphics card. I had stopped using this pc for about 6 months, now with all this extra time on my hands, I wanted to get back into vr. I booted up this pc and both the hard drive and ssd were fried, which was weird (pc us unplugged for 6 months). But I replaced the hard drive, and reinstalled the os log in and everything worked fine. I then changed the boot order of my devices and restarted my computer. The computer then would not output a display signal. I checked the cable and monitor, and they both work fine. I checked the Graphics card and it is fine. I also checked my ram as well. I then cleared the cmos, and tried to update the bios but the led light would not flash according to what the manuel told me. I then got a VGA LED light on my motherboard, I looked through my mobo manuel and found little about it. I know the graphics card works and that there is no onboard graphics. Could this be a problem with my PCI Port? I am out of ideas and any help would be great thanks. PC Specs Asus Sabertooth x79 i7-3770 EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB SSC 32GB Corsair Vengeance ddr3 1600MHz Corsair HX850W 1.5tb Seagate Barracuda OS Windows 10 64bit
  7. My card just passed the one year mark, so I hope I can still rma it.
  8. Is there a fix to the instability, or will I have to talk to EVGA
  9. I have precision x and as soon as I launch the applications the screens cut, and I have adjusted my fan curve.
  10. It started today, it has been working fine for months.
  11. My EVGA GTX 1060 runs perfectly fine when running none intensive applications, but when I launch any game the gpu fans max out and the displays cut off, I don't Have over clocks. Please help.
  12. The 8700 is a lot more future proof since, it is the newest architecture and has 6 cores which if games get more cpu intensive and can take advanage of more cores/threads the 8700 will run better than the 7700k