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AntiHero

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About AntiHero

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    East Coast, USA
  • Interests
    Video games, table tops, TCGs, working out, cooking and computers.
  • Biography
    Currently a student of computer sciences and loving it; I recently switched from Nursing school. Up all night and sleep all day kinda guy, so much so I work 3rd shift.
  • Occupation
    Medical/student

System

  • CPU
    i9-9900k
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG MAXIMUS XI HERO
  • RAM
    G.Skill Trident Z RGB 32 GB (4 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200
  • GPU
    GTX 1070ti
  • Case
    Corsair T760
  • Storage
    2tb HDD, 1tb 860 evo, 250gb 850 evo
  • PSU
    Corsair RMx 850 w 80+ gold
  • Display(s)
    ROG SWIFT PG278QR
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i 77
  • Keyboard
    Razer BlackWidow Chroma
  • Mouse
    Razer DeathAdder Chroma
  • Sound
    Razer KRAKEN Chroma 7.1, Logitech Z625
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    Asus rog strix scar edition
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  1. I probably should have clarified then, my bad, but it is a boot Drive which I'm now assuming makes a difference...
  2. So I've never had to do this before and wanna check with someone before i do. I need to move all the data on an SSD drive to the a new NVME drive, is there a decent free program i can use to accomplice this, does windows have a built in tool? To people that have done this before, whats the best way to go about it? Edit: IDK if this matter but the drives in question are Samsung, both, an 850 evo going to a 970 evo plus. Edit 2: it's a boot drive.
  3. Title says it all, most of Asus's software is buggy trash tbh. I've tried every hotfix i can find but nothing works, the aura software wont detect my motherboard and i'd really like to be able to customize my RGB. Has anyone else had this issue, did you ever solve it, is there another program is can use that isn't a dumpster fire?
  4. also @Brandon Beckius heres a video showing what i worry about, not enough power to the GPU cause you cant plug a separate power cable into that GPU and it in turn eats to much juice. suggest skipping to like 4 minutes-ish. this is something not fixed with a new PSU its simply a motherboard limitation.
  5. I also found this video for you, now ive seen different article and forums stating the power draw on the PCIe slots is like 35-50 watts max, but this guy shoves a 1050ti in there anyway... and some people have reported doing the same and being fine. I dont wanna promise anything but i dont wanna see you waste money either.
  6. yeah if you can find a dell psu rated for that model computer you can shove it in there.
  7. sadly you need to order special PSUs from dell, they are set up to only be able to use their parts, if you already have the card and the computer... i mean maybe just shove it in there and try, but thats just me.
  8. unlikely, that game even on low settings would push this computer to its limits and without enough power, best case the image with distort or black out, worst case fire hazard from the card drawing to much power or trying too (unlikely though).
  9. looks like the PCIe slots also have a 50 watt limit on them do you have a budget by chance?
  10. Well just by eyeballing it does look like it will fit, its not as high as a full size card and the despite that cases slim build there still should be enough room for it. i am have difficultly finding detailed specs on both case and card though. with that said i dont think size will be the issue here, its power supply. That system stock is 240 watts and Power Supply Unit or PSU is only rated 270 watts, the R9 360 is an 85 watt card; so you wont be able to power it. the next problem would be the that replacing the PSU isnt easy, as that computer uses a Proprietary PSU which means you need a unique upgrade for it. edit: still having issue finding the power specs for these, notably the amount of watts the actual computer uses
  11. still worth a shot i suppose, i just worry about the age of the cooler. figured while im doing all this, mine as well strap a new cooler to it.
  12. oooo gotcha, an issue that has plagued many a table top and video gamer for years past and years to come!
  13. you may have to explain that one abit more, sorry. can't find the names of CV (which i assume mean code vein)?
  14. yeah i deff feel you on that one, something they should address! though beat saber deserves the vote for sure!
  15. Awesome, i picked em up, gimmie something to do soon as a clear NG+ on code vein!
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