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aezakmi

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About aezakmi

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  • Location
    ARSTOTZKA

System

  • CPU
    i3 8350k @4.8
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z370-HD3P
  • RAM
    Corsair Dominator @2933MHz
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1070 8G FTW
  • Case
    Corsair 730T SSP
  • Storage
    Intel 1500 240GB + Barracuda 4TB
  • PSU
    EVGA 750 G2
  • Display(s)
    SyncMaster 997MB @75Hz
  • Cooling
    H110i GT
  1. What cause to psu cable to melt

    overcurrent if it was this end it's because the wires inside are too thin for the current the PSU draws and if it was this end (might differ) it's because the wires inside the outlet are too thin
  2. 780ti 4gb customized the performance is the same?

    Nah man for that price a 550Ti would be too much, that's the classic GTS 450 but they added that 6pin to make it look more legit
  3. Most reliable 2TB hard drive?

    Definitely a Barracuda, has 7200 RPM and isn't overpriced as the WD Black If you don't need the speed go for a WD Blue or a Toshiba
  4. Overheatage

    Are u using a TEC or chiller?
  5. This is why you should use a VM and emulate Android x86, it might not look pretty but works perfectly and that's what matters here, even dared to install it in a real partition and everything worked, git gud andy.
  6. Faulty PSU or???

    Yeah total junk, I'd ask for a refund if I were the OP Then buy a CX550 or 650 maybe depending on the graphics card
  7. IBM XT 5160 Modification

    a new PSU board won't fit an XT without some modifications (basically standoffs with nuts and screws to hold the pcb) you could do the same to the rest of the case to fit a mATX or ITX mobo and rely on extenders and risers to be able to use the ports, a big one for the graphics card (if you plan to add one) and the rest for the board rear ports, you know, serial to serial, RJ45 to RJ45, etc, maybe add one of those cheap slot blowers to get rid of the heat that would be a basic mod
  8. Faulty PSU or???

    Still, it should, at least, deliver 600W, there must be something wrong with the 12V rail, it shouldn't overheat the connectors.... or, the board inside could be a total fake and deliver like 200W, I'd say it's a 50/50, or a 70/30 maybe I remember a friend also bought a "1000W" Shark PSU for his 4790 and GTX 770, the thing blew up while playing dragon age, guess it was 100W instead of 1000.
  9. Faulty PSU or???

    That The gigabyte site says the board has support for the 8700k but it's kind of weird they used only a 4 pin connector
  10. Faulty PSU or???

    your CPU needs more watts than a 4pin connector can deliver what CPU and board are you using?
  11. Are my CPU and GPU temperatures bad?

    85 is kinda high for a 750Ti unless it's a mini or low profile design reapply thermal paste on the CPU
  12. Asrock B250M-HDV i5 7500 (stock cooler) Zotac GTX 1060 3GB Mini Kingston value RAM (16GB) Kingston 120GB SSD WD Green 1TB Cooler Master N200 "or similar" (knock off or 2nd hand cases) Chinese "550W" PSU $1750 or $1225 with a 2GB 1050 instead of a 3GB 1060, everything else remains the same. And that's with no monitor, no peripherals, nothing at all. A living in a 3 story mansion maybe... and you know the worst part? people buy that kind of junk, I mean just look at the components, that should cost around what, $600 with a decent PSU and if you find the graphics card at the MSRP? I built my rig for approx $1k and has a 1070, a 280 AIO and a full tower case... their profit is just unbelievable
  13. *sigh* BTX Case...?

    TT Armor, the original first model was for BTX boards but good luck finding one of those intact today...
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