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About Xaryon

  • Title
    Et Tenebras Noctem
  • Birthday 1990-09-27


  • CPU
    Intel Core i7-3770 @ 4.45GHz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte GA-Z77-DS3H rev 1.1
  • RAM
    Crucial 16GB 1600MHz Ballistix Sport CL9
  • GPU
    Gigabyte nVidia GeForce GTX 1060 Aorus Extreme 6GB @ 1968GHz
  • Case
    Corsair Spec-01 Red
  • Storage
    SSD: Silicon Power Slim S55 120GB / HDD: Hitachi 0J30573 Travelstar 7K1000 2.5" 1TB & WD Blue 1TB
  • PSU
    Corsair VS Series 550W
  • Display(s)
    Benq GW 2255
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Seidon 120v ver. 2
  • Keyboard
    Razer Deathstalker Expert
  • Mouse
    A4Tech Bloody V8
  • Sound
    Sony MDR-XD 150 | GENIUS 2.1 SW-G2.1 1250
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    Wrocław, Poland
  • Occupation
    IT Service Desk Agent

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  1. Intel RST error in W10

    OK, the solution was simpler than I thought - the newest RST driver was causing the problem - the solution in my case was to download an older, 14.8, one.
  2. Intel RST error in W10

    Hi, I have a Gigabyte's Z77 motherboard, which has a neat mSATA port for an SSD to be used as a cache for one of my drives, and that's why I was trying to do for past couple days. I Have BIOS drive mode set to RAID, Windows is also installed with that setting in mind, the drive is installed and so is the Intel RST software for it. The drive itself is not initialised so it is detected by the software. So far, so good. I got it set up to the point that all my glorious 24GB are being detected, I choose a drive to be boosted (my games library one) aaaaaaand... error 0x005004e occurs. I tried reinstalling the software, setting it up in safe mode, but still the drive doesn't want to be used as a cache for a specific drive... Any ideas?
  3. Reduce keyboard clicks on Discord

    Hello, I've bought a Corsair K66 keyboard, since my Razer one was getting on my nerves. The keyboard is great and is by all means not quiet, as most of the mechanical ones. I'm also using Reloop S-Podcaster on an arm as my microphone and i was wondering if anyone of you know any tricks I could use to eliminate or at least reduce the keyboard clicks my friends hear whenever I type - Discord is set on speech detection and I'd prefer to leave it that way instead of switching to push-to-talk. Changing any of my hardware is NOT an option.
  4. Sudden PC freezes @ BIOS

    No, there wasn't. However, I did manage to get it working - I removed the battery for almost an hour, the PC was disconnected from any source of power, reconnected everything and the BIOS recovery kicked in, so all is good now.
  5. Sudden PC freezes @ BIOS

    disconnecting the drives and booting with a bare minimum did nothing. The only thing that "changed" is the fact that the screen goes black after a minute or so after showing me a splash screen.
  6. Sudden PC freezes @ BIOS

    Quick update, since I was moving to new apartment and didn't have much time to work on my PC - whenever the PC is turned off and I switch off the PSU, then turn it back on and turn the PC on, it turns off on it's own and turns back on and hangs on BIOS screen again.
  7. Sudden PC freezes @ BIOS

    Well, the mobo does have a dual bios...
  8. Sudden PC freezes @ BIOS

    Just hangs on splash screen forever.
  9. Sudden PC freezes @ BIOS

    As I wrote before, I don't have any other parts to test them. The CPU is being OCed by default by this motherboard and being cooled by the part listed in my signature.
  10. Sudden PC freezes @ BIOS

    Hi everyone, I need help - I'm losing my mind about it. I have my beloved PC Steambox (all parts in my signature) and it started causing me problems since yesterday. I left the PC powered on to finish downloading some important data for my work and it restarted on it's own. I shut it down and restarted it again and the problem is that it gets stuck on BIOS screen - the only thing I see is the Gigabyte screen. Keyboard is not responding. What I tried to do so far: I reseated the RAM, I tried each stick at the time, reseated the battery - no change. I need his PC up and running ASAP, since I need it to work... Unfortunately, I don't have any spare parts to test my PC and I don't have any cash for replacement parts...
  11. Freshly built PC stopped posting

    Well, problem "solved" - the issue has been found, at least. Quick glance at the motherboard's manual showed me that there are supposed to be two led lights on the mobo. None of them were lit and that indicates the problem with CPU or the chipset. I checked the CPU on the other mobo and it was working fine, so I guess that this motherboard decided to finally give up on me. Case closed, gotta find a new one in my pile of parts if my friend is willing to pay a little more.
  12. Freshly built PC stopped posting

    Unfortunately, no change. I tried my RAM sticks in other motherboard and they are working just fine. I think it's a dead mobo/cpu, then.
  13. Freshly built PC stopped posting

    Well, if one of those components is dead then I'm cancelling the entire project, because the whole idea was to build this PC using the parts I had laying around.
  14. So I'm building a really cheap PC for my friend. It's supposed to be used in really basic stuff like web browsing or playing light games like LoL or Starcraft II, but not to be too sluggish. I gathered some parts I had laying around:- Biostar TP45D2-A7 Ver. 6.0 motherboard- Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 CPU- Tracer 4Life 450 Hellfire Silent 450W PSU- Gainward nVidia GeForce GTX 550 Ti GPU- TP-Link wireless card- Seagate Barracuda 160GBAfter I put it together it posted well, speaker beeped, new CPU detected, etc. However, when I rebooted the system it just turned on, spun the fans, turned off and turned on again, with no video signal or speaker beep whatsoever and no more self reboots too. I have literally rebuilt the whole system and replaced the PSU to Cooler Master Thunderstrike 500W - no change.Now I'm lost - what could cause this problem? The PC behaves like this ever since and I don't know what to do, I was about to install Windows on it, update it and call it a day.
  15. Hi, So recently I switched from MSI H61m-P20 (G3) to the Gigabyte GA-Z77-DS3H rev. 1.1, mostly because it was on a sale. Everything has been hooked up and working perfectly, except for one of the fans. The case came with one 3pin fan and it is working as it should, the problem is with a 4pin fan which came with my aio CPU cooler, the Cooler Master Seidon 120 v2. The CPU block and the pump combo has been connected to the CPU header and I connected the 4pin fan to one of the 4pin headers on the motherboard. However, that 4pin fan doesn't spin faster when the CPU gets hotter - it only spins faster for a second when I boot up the system itself. It wasn't the case in my previous H61 board, the fan was working properly. I tried connecting it to different header, same result - the fan won't go faster than 900-ish RPM. Even changing the fan control to manual and setting 2.5 RPM more per Celcius degree didn't help. I did flash the BIOS, since the previous owner flashed it to the beta version and I thought that maybe this was the case, but no. No change whatsoever.