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Termater

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About Termater

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1998-01-01

Contact Methods

  • Steam
    eatcheese566
  • Origin
    FeedMeDubstep
  • Battle.net
    eatcheese566@gmail.com
  • Xbox Live
    Termater
  • Twitch.tv
    Termater
  • Twitter
    @WhiteLikeTheGuy

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    United States
  • Occupation
    Support Staff for Hop Jack's

System

  • CPU
    i5-4690k @4.5ghz
  • Motherboard
    Asus Mx M81
  • RAM
    8gb Corsair X
  • GPU
    DUAL Gigabyte Gtx 780 Oc Rev2.0's SLI
  • Case
    Be Quiet! Silent Base 800 (Orange)
  • Storage
    1Tb Western Digital, 120gb SSD
  • PSU
    650 Watt
  • Display(s)
    Triple AOC 29" 1080p 60Hz 5ms Response IPS Monitor in Surround
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D14
  • Keyboard
    Steelseries Apex M800 RGB
  • Mouse
    Corsair Scimitar RGB
  • Sound
    Logitech THX surround system
  • Operating System
    Windows 7 Premium 64 Bit
  1. It's most likely your graphics card overclock, try lowering it a bit and that should do the trick
  2. I've had this same issue with google chrome, I don't exactly know what the issue was but on a clean install of chrome and windows I haven't had the issue since, it could be some of the plugins you have running like AdBlock, try re installing chrome and if that doesn't work move to firefox or microsoft edge
  3. Yeah it's a total let down, read for yourself. http://www.apple.com/shop/reviews/MD826AM/A/lightning-digital-av-adapter
  4. "Doesn't scale to 1080p as advertised" "Broke within the first week" "Terrible signal and for some reason stopped working" "My monitor doesn't recognize the signal half the time" "The only thing this is good for is an extra 3" of charging cable that I paid $50 for" ETC...
  5. So I'm looking to basically mirror my iPhone over to my monitor so I can watch movies and such on a bigger screen. There's the obvious Apple adapter that goes through the lightening port that connects to an HDMI which is exactly what I'm looking for except it has terrible reviews and is $50. I have terrible internet so mirroring over wifi wont work, curious if anyone knew a good adapter/way to mirror the screen. Thanks!
  6. Hello! Recently purchased School Tycoon and downloaded it and installed. Upon trying to run it I get the error: Insufficient privileges: you must be administrator when you run this application for the first time. I have installed as "run as administrator", ran it as administrator, installed/uninstalled TAGES driver (I do get an error when my pc starts up that the driver is blocked cause it doesnt work correct, yet it should be uninstalled?), ran them in compatibility modes. I'm at a loss, could anyone help? I have Windows 7 64bit
  7. A little update on my build log, I have been running smoothly with this setup for some time and want to know if I should add or change anything for upcoming releases, majorly speaking Fallout 4. Be Quiet! Silent Base 800 case Dual Gtx 780 OC (one Gigabyte 3x and one EVGA) Intel i5-4690k overclocked to 4.5ghz Noctua NH-D14 CPU cooler. Be Quiet! Pure Power 600w PSU 8gb 1600mhz DDR3 ram 120gb SSD (os) 1tb hdd (games and backup os) 3x 27" 1080p 60hz monitors (triple monitor setup) Razer Blackwidow Ultimate 2014 Razer Naga 2014 Gigabyte z97 motherboard (has one more open slot for a graphics card etc.) Is there anything I need to add/change for upcoming games? I haven't noticed any stuttering or shutdowns. System runs stable and great and has been for about 8 or so months now. Thanks for your feedback!
  8. Yes, you take one of the single most power hungry graphics cards made, and put them in Triple SLI you're going to be seeing high wattage rates.
  9. Prime 95 for 100% CPU load. Furmark for GPU's 100% load and sometimes the Valley benchmark for GPU's
  10. So you're thinking about going SLI in your system, you Google how many watts your power supply should be for SLI. The basic responses: "No less than 850 watts" "At least 900 watts" "Thousand watts if you're overclocking" Why do so many people believe you need this much power? How much you really need is a power supply that is 50 watts or more than your system pulls while under load. The way you find this out is Google: "**insert graphics card name here** power consumption". There you can see how much power your computer will truly need. I currently have: I5-4690k overclocked to 4.5GHZ. Noctua NH-D14 5 other case fans One SSD and one Hard Drive TWO GTX 780's in SLI. Overclocked 100MHZ. Both the Gigabyte Windforce x3 Rev 2.0's How large of a power supply people said I would need: 900 watts or more. How large my power supply is: 600 Watt. Be Quiet! Power Zone PSU. My power consumption has never gone over 478 watts under stress tests. My living computer is living proof that you don't need huge power supplies for SLI. At least for two way. Now AMD cards take more power I understand that, which is why I said look at power consumption charts for your specific GPU's. Bottom line is don't waste money on a huge power supply and have it being half utilized.
  11. I bought a 120gb SSD expecting to install windows on it, improving boot times and responsiveness, then still access the programs and games from my old HDD, (access and use)
  12. Okay so for steam this can work because it will simply fix itself, checking off the games because they're already downloaded. But what about.. Say a Non Steam game? Not origin either, how does one go about playing one of those off the HDD (redownloading isn't an option considering my download speed is 80KBS)
  13. Well you have to reinstall all the programs onto the SSD. And when your SSD is only 120gb and your programs are 700+ gb ... Well you get the picture
  14. Well how would an individual do so?
  15. This is true, I thought you could simply use your old applications. But apparently that would be too easy
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