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  1. I've done a few things at a time .. I did another clean install but removed every other drive. I haven't installed the drivers by myself but let it done within a windows update. Plugged in the hard drive to get my backups and to use the storage. Since my 250GB SSD was on 88% through CrystalDiskInfo and was on 1°c i left it removed and i think this causes the stutter because i'd not a single stutter since then. Before: every 1-3 hours a stutter for 2-5sec.I still don't know how this could happen because there was just a few games installed which i haven't played but everything seems to work now as intended. Thank you for your help
  2. Than i can't provide it because of the clean install i did after the bsod loop. I know. Before I changed to the m.2 SSD and so on, everything worked absolutely flawless for around 2 years. So, maybe it's the current Win10 build, maybe the m.2 SSD .. I also changed the PSU. idk.
  3. I can't found it but it would just be there if i'd a bsod lately, right? After i had the bsod loop, i did another clean install. Guess i mixed up something
  4. Sure. Just need to check what it is and how to get the information
  5. Hello there, first of all, please excuse my english. I've now since around 2 weeks a new m.2 nvme SSD (Kingston A2000 1TB). I did a clean install of Win10 Pro and had every of my data on my 2 HDD's and my old OS drive, which is a SATA SSD. In that time I also changed my GPU from a GTX 1080 to a temporary GTX 1550ti and added some case fans. Since that, my PC randomly freezes for seconds and the mouse isn't moving. It happens only so far while having a video source open (chrome /w YouTube, Twitch, Twitter vids etc. pp.). I haven’t played much yet but in the 2-3 hours i’ve played i didn’t recognize anything.I can't tell if the current Win10 build is the reason, because before i switched to the nvme, there was a new update. I did another clean install since I removed the GPU for a day and after plugging it in again, I was stuck in a bluescreen loop. So I left the GPU removed, did first of all the driver installs, plugged it in again and no more bluescreen there but still the freezes. After 2 weeks now i’ve changed 3 day ago the GPU to a RTX 2080 Super since i thought it’s because of thermals or just a bad card. Well .. here we are. Any advice? PC current setup: Mainboard: ASUS PRIME Z370-A CPU: Intel Core i7-8700K GPU: RTX 2080 SUPER RAM: 32GB Corsair Vengeance DDR4 3600MHz PSU: Corsair HX850i NVMe SSD: Kingston A2000 1TB (CrystalDiskInfo: "Good", 30°c) SSD: Intenso 250GB (CrystalDiskInfo: "Good", N/A°c) HDD 1: Seagate BarraCuda 1TB (CrystalDiskInfo: "Good", 27°c) HDD 2: Western Digital Blue 2TB (CrystalDiskInfo: "Good", 28°c) OS: Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit Edit: Since i wrote this the first time - the health status of my SATA SSD has changed from 100% to 88% via CrystalDiskInfo and i'm pretty sure this happend within the last few days. Dunno if this mean something.
  6. Hello there, who has the better colors? Left or right? Both are VA.
  7. Yeah, i played the panel roulette a long time ago with a MSI monitor which had also a VA Panel, that's why i haven't bought one of the listed ones yet. I mean, amazon offers a 30day return so i can't go wrong here but usually i plan to keep it. But maybe i should just get it and see if I like 21: 9 at all.
  8. Elverias

    Which fans?

    Reading through tests, watched some videos and seeing your posts, I decided to get some Arctic P12 120mm PWM combined with the DEEP COOL FH-10 FanHub. I'm not 100% sure if the way i want to connect them is right, so want to to ask here. On the FanHub itself, it says "CPU FAN". Do i really need to put it in my "CPU_FAN" of my motherbut or will any port work since they're all 4-pins? I mean, thats also what they described, right? And one more thing about the CPU fans. Should i plug them into the fanhub? Leave them in CPU_FAN and CPU_OPT or connect them both through a Y cable to CPU_FAN?
  9. Hello there, first of all, exuce my english I want to join the ultrawides but don't know where to start. Since I returned my LG 27GL850-B, i've around 480€ on my amazon account and want to buy a 21:9 monitor for around 500€. Some extra bucks are possible but just around 20-30€. The most of the money is on amazon, so i searched there and found some but for the most i couldn't find anything about them or just from little YouTuber or unknown websites and to be fair i wouldn't even understand enything, even if every of the monitors had already reviewed my the most common sites and YouTuber. So let's get started .. They’ve basically the same things on paper .. mostly 34", 3440x1440, atleast 100Hz, VA-Panel and so on .. AOC Gaming CU34G2 (100Hz 420€)/ CU34G2X (144Hz 510€) LC-Power Gaming LC-M34-UWQHD-100-C (100Hz 370€)/ LC-M34-UWQHD-144C (144Hz + better stand for height adjustability 510€) Lenovo G34w-10 (100Hz, 550€ which drops kinda often to 500€/ 520€) MSI Optix MAG341CQ (100Hz, 430€) Iiyama G-Master Red Eagle GB3461WQSU-B1 (ADS-IPS, 144Hz, 440€), the description is kinda confusing .. Pictures are saying it’s 144Hz, 1ms, 3440x1440 and the description 4K UHD Ultra Wide 1600p (but also: “max display ratio 3440 x 1440”) ANTGAMER M34G5Q (from HKC, 100Hz, 460€) and the same thing with the Iiyama, titles and description says 4k 2160p and a and a little further down 3440x1440p. Just like the Iiyama I'm not expecting a 4k 100Hz 21:9 at this price range lol. LG 35WN73A (35”, AH-IPS Panel, 100Hz, 515€, also dropping sometimes) Philips 345B1C (100Hz, 440€) What do you think about it? Should I get one of these? Or maybe stall on 16:9? I mean, the monitor i returned for around 480€ is available for 420€ now haha
  10. Elverias

    Which fans?

    Thank you. I'll check them out later
  11. Elverias

    Which fans?

    Corsair Graphite 780T
  12. Elverias

    Which fans?

    Hello there, while i prepare my PC for the 3000 GPU's, i want already change my PSU, my fans and clean up everything (please ignore the dust, thx :D). While searching for fans for a few hours now, i just don't get it. So, how many fans would you recommend and which ones? Maybe there is a budget, value and a best options out there? And if you think i should get another case, lmk. Edit: I forget to mention it doesn't matter if it's RGB or so on. I prefer performance about the look The case is the Corsair Graphite 780T. Possible fans are: Front: 2x 200mm/ 2x 140mm/ 3x 120mm Back: 1x 140mm/ 1x 120mm Top: 2x 140mm/ 3x 120mm Bottom (does it makes sense?): 2x 120mm I'll remove the HDD cage, maybe put the HDD's at the top right, if it's possible. The PSU will be changed with the Corsair HX850i. Depending on the GPU i buy, the GT 710 (under the CPU cooler) will be removed; I just (and still ) needed the HDMI slot lol.
  13. Thank you guys. So i can keep going with my plan and just pick a PSU from the tier list? For example, i already picked some possible units, every is a 850W one: Corsair: RM 117€, RMX 140€, RMi 168€, HXi 179€ Since i've already a Seasonic, ofc i looked just for one with a bit more power. I've found the Seasonic FOCUS GX-850 (116€) but i have read some bad things about the Focus Gold series. Just to mention it: the 750W are just around 10€ cheaper; the RMi and the HXi are 15-18€ cheaper .. Which isn't worth it imo. If the listed corsair are fine, which one would be the best? I know the "i" have the corsair link feature, which i don't know and probably don't need? Is the RM the budget and the RMX the best value option? And why should i get a RMi instead of the HXi which cost just 10€ more but has a better classification?
  14. Hello there, i'm planning to buy the RTX 3080 and i guess i need to upgrade my PSU. To be future proof and based on current gen of CPU's, i decided to buy a 850W PSU. But of what i've read so far, this might a bit overkill already? Most i've read is 650W is ok and 750W is totally fine. Seems like i'm in a bad position with my 550W. What do you think? I wanted to spent around 150€~, maybe 20-30€ more if it's really worth it. Current rig: Corsair Graphite 780T Mainboard: ASUS PRIME Z370-A CPU: Intel Core i7-8700K Cooler: Noctua NH-D15 GPU: KFA2 GeForce GTX 1080 EX OC RAM: 32GB Corsair Vengeance DDR4 3600MHz PSU: Seasonic Focus Plus 550W, 80+Gold, Modular 5 Case-Fans 2x HDD 1x SSD 1x m.2 nvme SSD