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About Anthony10

  • Title
    Cardboard Box Master Race

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  • Gender
  • Location
    TN, USA
  • Interests
    Soccer, computers, writing, graphic design, videography.


  • CPU
    i5 4670k
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z87I AC
  • RAM
    2x8gb Crucial Ballistix Sport
  • GPU
    sold my gtx 770 D:
  • Case
    now ontop of the new and improved Anti-Stati​c Bag Test​ Bench Com​puter Case​ ©®™ Paten​t Pending
  • Storage
    Samsung 840 Pro 256gb, 2.5" Seagate 500gb Laptop HDD
  • PSU
    Silverstone Strider Gold 450W
  • Display(s)
    2x Dell S2415H
  • Cooling
    Hyper 212 EVO
  • Keyboard
    HP Tenkeyless
  • Mouse
    Logitech G602
  • Sound
    Audio Technica ATH-M50X
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1
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  1. I haven't dealt with older motherboards for awhile and moved recently, a lot of small things like that got left behind I do not have another X58/1366 motherboard, though.
  2. Correct, the CPU and motherboard that I am testing are the only 1366 components that I have, meaning I can not test with a different motherboard or CPU, unfortunately. Both's warranties have expired, too.
  3. Hey LTT community, long time no see. I'm really at a loss here. I just bought a used cpu and motherboard off a very trusted seller on eBay and received it today. It will be part of a build that I have not bought the other parts for yet. Upon testing it, a ran into the system not booting and being stuck in a reboot loop. Luckily, reseating the CPU fixed that.. sort of. All parts I am using to test it (everything besides the CPU and Motherboard that I am testing) are confirmed to be working on my other machine minutes before using to test with these two new components. Anyway, after reseating it, the system finally booted, however no display output. One weird thing is that the EVGA 980 SC that I hooked up to it for testing would, about every 20 seconds, have its fans spin up to max, then decrease to 0 rpm, in a constant loop. I don't have a motherboard speaker so I couldn't here any beeping, and this motherboard does not have a debug led. I have tried: - 1 stick of ram, different sticks and brands of ram, no ram at all - Clearing CMOS many many times - Both PCI-E x16 lanes for the 980 - 2 different monitors that I can confirm work - HDMI and DVI outputs - Booting with storage connected and without - Booting with and without fans connected (to CPU fan header) The GPU is getting power as I eluded to when I mentioned the weird fan spin ups it is having. EPS and ATX cables are plugged in. Power supply, ram, 980, and monitors all worked in previous system. Thermal paste is applied. I've gone through the entire tomshardware "system won't boot/won't display" sticky checklist. I consider myself a very experienced system builder, so this has got me quite frustrated and confused. Any help is greatly appreciated. I would really like to avoid last resorting to telling the seller that it is not working and trying to return it. Specs: - i7 970 (no integrated GPU) <- new component that I bought - Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD4P <- new component that I bought - NH-UP12 - Crucial Ballistix / Hyper X Fury 8gb Dimms (1600mhz CL9/CL10 respectively) (More than enough for testing ) - GTX 980 - EVGA Supernova G2 850W (it's their platinum fanless mode one)
  4. i'll no longer be using this account any more as of 8/29/15

  5. Remove the corsair and leave just the sails, make the feet less ugly, and you'll have a masterpiece, corsair. Looks better than before atleast
  6. What's up with the orange on the south bridge and mosfet?
  7. It is listed as $33 for me, but the deal has now sold out since I posted this, like I said "act quick"
  8. Edit: deal sold out http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=20-173-098 Wow what a steal. I've got the 64gb version and I love it's small size and fast speed. Some don't like these because they're easily lose able but I like the small size. Shell shocker so act quick ends today or earlier if sold out At $33 it's a great deal http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=20-173-098
  9. will be on these speeds for a few more months, then I am unsure what I will have, could be DSL, could be Fiber
  10. I usually 'don't run on this page' for website links I support
  11. true I am running adblock gonna try turning off edit: yup it's an ad
  12. It literally just moves the page up and down for me, am I missing something? Running chrome that is atleast relatively up to date edit: I am running adblock so EDIT: Thanks Sam It is just an ad that doesn't appear because of my adblock Adblock paused:
  13. Is yours IPS?1080p IPS, 128gb extra ssd, slimness, and lightweightedness is worth the price premium to me.
  14. Well what inputs do you have on your monitor? If only Vga then yea get a hdmi to vga or other vga adapter, a lot of the time gpus come with them though
  15. Yea just try to find the best price in comparison to other models of the same GPU. I would get the 380 as it is an updated model which is always nice to have, and the 2gb vram shouldn't really cause you problems at 1080p, yes maybe a lil in GTA V but not much I don't think. Or you could get a 280x, almost the same performance with a bit more vram (3gb)