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About Ekibiogami

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  1. So it was the Ram... Ugh. Thanks guys for the suggestions! Glad the thing is working now..
  2. Finally back home. Removed the HD that windows was on. Nope. Went to the store and picked up a new Motherboard. Nope. The last 4 BSOD errors I saw all were different, but they all said to run the windows memory test, might be the ram. will try pulling and checking those one at a time. Just worried its the RTX 2080 TI... Q.Q
  3. No overclocking yet. Was planning on it, but I wanted to get the system set up the way I wanted it. Ill try taking the boot drive out and installing it on the secondary HD when I can, thx for the idea.
  4. No not yet, ill try it when i get back. Thank you
  5. My new computer's fans were driving me nuts (Uncontrolled RGB vomit). So I replaced them, easy enough. Now I'm in a Random BSOD loop. 3 key points I can think of when I was working on the system. 1 That day (Cant remeber when) there was a Windows update and i had it install. While installing the fans I rebooted the PC, might have messed that up. 2 While installing the fans, I performed a test boot. While booting my Case controls would not allow me to power the pc off. (Press and hold power button) After that I noticed that aside from the 24? pin power adapter the 8 pin power for the Mother board was not plugged in. 3 while installing the fans I needed to remove the 2080 TI. Case was vertical when I removed it and the card is heavy, I might have damaged the PCI slot?? Steps Ive taken so far, 1 Google said that lots of random messages for BSOD was likely a bad driver. I have formatted the OS drive and reinstalled windows. No Luck, BSOD are the same after format. 2 Pulled my video card to try and make sure i didn't hurt it with all the rebooting and stuff. Plugged my monitor into the Motherboards HDMI spot. It would not send a signal to my PC. 3 Reinstalled the video card, and tried removing half the ram. it would not boot, flipped the chips and the same result. Bios still shows all sticks in working order after reinstalling all chips. 4 ran the memory tester. after 3 days of running it crashed again, my brother did say it was still reporting no errors found. Yes i tried plugging back in the original fans just to be safe, no change. Specs Processor: AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 8-Core 3.7GHz (4.3 GHz Max Boost) Motherboard: X470 GAMING Motherboard with SLI Capability Video Card: NVidia RTX 2080 TI 11GB Graphic Card (Brand varies) Memory: G. Skill Trident Z 32GB DDR4 3200mhz Power Supply: 750 Watt 80 PLUS GOLD Certified Power Supply SSD: SAMSUNG 970 EVO M.2 500GB NVMe SSD Secondary HDD: 2TB 7200RPM Hard Drive Liquid Cool: 360mm AIO Liquid Cool Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 Professional 64-bit Case: Thermaltake P3 Black with Open Frame Panoramic Viewing Design. Added a 1 TB Samsung Evo m.2 drive as well. Any Ideas would be greatly appreciated. Im out of state, but hopefully ill be back in town in a few days.
  6. Anyone own a Alienware M15? Wondering if it has a 10 key.
  7. Cool, ill look into these, and good warning on the GSync! Thanks!
  8. Oh, and it must have a 10 key.... work will come first for this laptop.
  9. LOL sorry, fine with 2Kish on budget. and display, As long as its 1080 and not causing issues for gaming I'm fine with it.
  10. There are a lot of gaming and whatnot laptops out there, and being at work its hard to explore everything, so I'm asking for help! I need a Laptop I can game on, (RTS mainly, Light FPS, Sim games in general. The Problem is it MUST be light, and have a Large battery. Will need it to run 6-8 hours on battery alone for work stuff (Excel, Outlook, ect on battery only at times. Gaming would only be under power, so I'm not worried there. But it needs to last that 6 hours with excel.. I carry it onto ships and sometimes have to carry it through airports or up 5 floors in a backpack, So Weight is also a major issue. 6 pounds for the laptop, with out a crazy power block would be ideal. Not sure if this is the right area to ask about stuff like this. If not please remove, or Move it. Thank you in Advance, Ekibiogami