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G9x001

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About G9x001

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1981-03-19

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Bairnsdale, Australia

System

  • CPU
    i7 6900k
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Strix X99 gaming
  • RAM
    HX426C15FBK4/32 32GB
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX1080 Superclocked SLI
  • Case
    Phanteks enthoo evolv ATX grey
  • Storage
    Samsung 960 pro 1TB
  • PSU
    Corsair AX1200i
  • Display(s)
    ASUS ROG SWIFT PG279Q
  • Cooling
    custom water loop CPU, GPU's
  • Keyboard
    logitech G710
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 rgb
  • Sound
    Sennheiser PC 373D
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Remount your water block I would say with temps as high as that your block is not sitting square to the faces.
  2. The simple answer no. If you want higher FPS due to physics on the CPU then go with a better CPU. But you need a z270 board.
  3. I would stick with the 4x4gb sticks better to have ram that works then ram that will give you issues. Also why use 3200mhz sticks. Go back to 2666mhz and go with 32 gb of Kingston HX426C15FBK4/32(XMP) 4 x 8 gb sticks. Or G.SKILL F4-2666C15Q-32GRR(XMP). You will not even be able to tell the difference in speed when gaming.
  4. I would stick with the 4x4gb sticks better to have ram that works then ram that will give you issues.
  5. Never use ram that isn't on the QVL. Your just asking for random issues that stick there ugly heads out when you least expect it. Blue screens, Random crashes, corrupt data and registry are all things you may look forward to having with the incorrect ram installed. I've built a lot of PC's and the wrong ram can cause a hell of a lot of issues that can drive you crazy trying to diagnose. But most issues with PC random crashes I've found have been with incorrect ram configurations.
  6. Asus X99 Strix motherboard i7 6900k @ 4.2ghz 32GB of hyperx ram @ 2666mhz Samsung 960 pro 1TB GTX 1080 evga superclock x 2 Corsair Ax 1200i Custom water loop. phanteks enthoo evolv atx Asus ROG swift PG279q monitor.
  7. I7 6900k Asus Strix x99 gaming two Gtx 1080 Samsung 950 pro 500gb Ax 1200i 32gb hyperx ram check out the rest of the specs on my account.
  8. Sorry for the late reply. The board died and has been replaced by a Asus Strix x99 gaming board. As you could imagine I'm not very happy with the MSI board. It is a great looking board but I had nothing but problems with it. The Strix has been a solid board. Some pictures of the the board. I'm just waiting on some more lighting to finish the build.
  9. It might seem the reason for not supporting the ram is because the board just died. It's been sent back for RMA I will post the outcome if they tell me what was wronge with it. After some research it seems that a lot of people are having issues with this board. In the mean time I have purchased a Asus ROG Strix board and see how it goes in the rig.
  10. Just a heads up the motherboard died last night. Will not post. It has just been sent to MSI for RMA. Not happy with it at all. And I've just purchased a Asus ROG Strix motherboard to get me going again. I will keep you up to date with the out come of the problem. After doing some research it seems that I'm not the only person that has had problems with this board.
  11. The CPU is a i7 6900k as I said the board does overclock well. It just doesn't support the ram configurations that are on the MSI web site under the Ram compatibility list. the tubing is soft tube I really don't like the look of hard tubing. Thanks for the compliment.
  12. Is there a FPS cap on Fallout 4 PC ultra settings =83 fps low settings = 83 fps
  13. I ended up going back to RED. Here is the finished build.
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