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  1. Bios is up to date and the thing is the problem didn't start until after a couple boots after installing the update I think at least I'm not sure. I guess tomorrow I'll have to try rolling back and see if that helps.
  2. I can't boot with even a keyboard or mouse plugged in
  3. I have done this I have everything disabled besides the SSD with windows and have made sure there are no other storage USBs plugged in
  4. So after getting a Windows update not sure if that's what caused it .My PC stopped booting everytime it goes through gets to the spinning wheel of the user log in screen. The screen flashes and then freezes but if I unplugged all the USB keyboard mouse everything it will boot. I can't figure out anything to get this working I tried updating bios, looked to see if any device driver needed updating or had an error. I'm not sure what to do. Anyone have any ideas??
  5. Hello, I have been playing with my GPU overclock on msi, I have a gtx 1080 fe but am using the nzxt kraken g12 if I'm not mistaken to attach a aio in my case the corsair h80i v2. Lately I have found in monster hunter world i am hitting the power limit causing down clocking. I have been trying to get the shunt mod working using a circuit writer pen instead of liquid metal so they don't get messed up. So I have seen a very little if any improvement and am wondering if anyone else has tried this instead of the liquid metal. I don't know if maybe I just need more of it or I missed one of the shunts I used this picture as a guild any ideas on what mite be going on?
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    Osu dead or something else

    Thanks for the reply and, yea I was hoping not to hear that but expecting that it mite have damaged other components guess I'll go grab a new psu and keep my fingers crossed here is to hoping
  7. Ok so yesterday I was stressing my pc on aida 64 using all the test but hard drives, and all of a sudden my pc shuts down and the mobo light turned off as well. So I tried switching the psu off and back on unplugging it from both ends wall and on the psu. It is an offbrand I got from somewhere I don't know anything about it but I think it's a 1000watt not 100% on that though. I am also colorblind so I'm unable to tell the colors on the psu to jump it. If I go and buy a new psu what watt and brand would be recommended? Specs 8700k overcooked 1.38 volt cooled with the h115i pro aio Asus 370 e gaming Gtx 1080 FE using the g12 to liquid cool with a h80i v2 aio Gtx 1060 Asus overclock edition Samsung 970 500gb m.2 Two Seagate hybrid drives one is a 1tb the other is a 2tb
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    Web cam suggestions

    I have a baby monitor, what I would like is something i can have on my computer. so that the sound can then be played through my computer and my headset while I am gaming to make sure I don't not hear the monitor. I would be a plus if I could access it on my phone because I have a detached garage that the signal for the monitor doesn't reach. If I'm not mistaken there are web cams that use Wi-Fi that I could do this with and I'm hoping someone on here has used one for a similar reason or to have access to the feed in a similar way and could suggest one.
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    Web cam suggestions

    So I'm looking to get a webcam set up to use as a baby monitor. I pc game after she goes to bed and while she rarely wakes up and i already have a monitor but while gaming with my headset on its hard to hear. i'd also like to be able to also access it from my phone so I can check on her if I'm in my garage doing stuff while she is asleep. Has anyone set something up like this maybe for a different reason but similar access ability?
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    H115i pro / AIO questions

    @AskTJ I have heard they run hot but I was thinking that my temps are high for them even I mean I saw 60c or higher with 25-30% load on the cpu and i had changrd the voltage that was the lowest i could even run cinebench on the voltage but im not sure i didnt just get lucky that time and it was temps that where causing the crashes also I'd really like to hear from some one with the h115 I'm concerned that even though the thumb screws are tight since the back plate is loose and wiggled before I put the cooler on that it's not making full contact and the screws are tight because they are just all the way down on the risers I'm wondering if I should put washers on the back plate to make sure it is getting full contact and should the cooler liquid temps rise with the cpu I know they should stay cooler then the cpu but I get a 3-5c change in it and a 50-60c change in the cpu sometimes the cooler temp doesn't even really rise at all with the cpu i just got this set up and I don't want it to get because I think it's just the coffee lake running a little higher
  11. So I got my first AIO in the h115 I pro and I'm having really high temps on my cpu so I have a couple questions some just AIO in general questions and some specific to the h115i pro so first some specs and the problem sorry I'm new to the custom pc world and newer to asking for help on the forums so if i miss any important stuff just let me know ok I have a asus z370e gaming mobo i7 8700k with a crappy overclock at 1.34v 5.0ghz not sure if I'm doing all the things right to be stable on a lower voltage but anyways that's for another question another day i have a corsair 750d airflow case so its a good size case 2 intake on the front of the case and one exhaust in the back of the case the h115i pro is in the top of the case fans mounted below the rad as intakes ok so the problem is I will hit 90c even a little higher sometimes on a cinebench test if i use the eztune wizzard on the mobo a slightly high overclock I think it's like 5.1ghz it will hit temps so high it crash the system now looking at the h115 temps the highest it got was 30.5c while cores are at 80c I have no idea if this is normal or not my idle temps are normally around 25-26c for the h115 and 30-40c normally closer to 30c with jumps up to 40c with little 5%-15% usage as I'm looking at the temps on both corsair cue for the h115 and coretemps so how close should cpu temps and the cooler be how much should my cooler temp increase as the cpu heats up and can anyone who has kinda close to the same setup let me know what temps they are getting and reading other forums I've seen conflicting problems one person will say the back plate is normally loose when screwing in the stand offs and putting washers to make it tight can make it easy to over tighten the cooler on the cpu and that after tightening the cooler on as long as it's not loose and doesn't wiggle around it's ok and then I have seen the opposite saying if it's not on tight the cooler won't get proper contact causing high temps I'm at a loss here I don't think my temps should be this high maybe I should just go back the the evo 212 cooler any help is grwatly apreciatted
  12. So I got my first AIO in the h115 I pro and I'm having really high temps on my cpu so I have a couple questions some just AIO in general questions and some specific to the h115i pro so first some specs and the problem sorry I'm new to the custom pc world and newer to asking for help on the forums so if i miss any important stuff just let me know ok I have a asus z370e gaming mobo i7 8700k with a crappy overclock at 1.34v 5.0ghz not sure if I'm doing all the things right to be stable on a lower voltage but anyways that's for another question another day i have a corsair 750d airflow case so its a good size case 2 intake on the front of the case and one exhaust in the back of the case the h115i pro is in the top of the case fans mounted below the rad as intakes ok so the problem is I will hit 90c even a little higher sometimes on a cinebench test if i use the eztune wizzard on the mobo a slightly high overclock I think it's like 5.1ghz it will hit temps so high it crash the system now looking at the h115 temps the highest it got was 30.5c while cores are at 80c I have no idea if this is normal or not my idle temps are normally around 25-26c for the h115 and 30-40c normally closer to 30c with jumps up to 40c with little 5%-15% usage as I'm looking at the temps on both corsair cue for the h115 and coretemps so how close should cpu temps and the cooler be how much should my cooler temp increase as the cpu heats up and can anyone who has kinda close to the same setup let me know what temps they are getting and reading other forums I've seen conflicting problems one person will say the back plate is normally loose when screwing in the stand offs and putting washers to make it tight can make it easy to over tighten the cooler on the cpu and that after tightening the cooler on as long as it's not loose and doesn't wiggle around it's ok and then I have seen the opposite saying if it's not on tight the cooler won't get proper contact causing high temps I'm at a loss here I don't think my temps should be this high maybe I should just go back the the evo 212 cooler any help is grwatly apreciatted
  13. The drivers disc did have a Ethernet driver but i did not upgrade bios since its my only computer and i didn't think of connecting the Wi-Fi and doing that I guess I'll have to do that when I get home
  14. Hello I did a cpu and mobo upgrade last night and after installing drivers off the disc I can't get my Ethernet to work same cable I was using on my z170 last night before the upgrade I've unplugged and plugged it back in on both sides to make sure it didn't some how get loose the lights on the mobo are lighting up so it should be recognizing it but I don't even have it as an option to connect to in the network settings any ideas on what's going on?
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    Cm 212 evo vs corsair h80i v2

    @Crunchy Dragon idle is about 30-40°c I think I wasn't looking to much at idle that mite have been while playing fo4, max temp I got in a stability test after 8hours was 75°c but I was hoping to overclock a little higher to 4.7ghz so I would have higher temps then. @CUDAcores89 and @JoostinOnlineunfortunately I can't fit a bigger cooler in my case the evo is already a tight fit to the ram which is another reason i was looking to change to a AIO but i cant fit a double fan size either So should I just not try and squeeze a little higher overclock and leave it as is or could I get better temps with the h80i v2
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