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About Pyroven

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  • Location
    Belfast, NI, UK
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Tech, obviously.


  • CPU
    Dual Xeon X5660
  • Motherboard
    Tyan S7012
  • RAM
    16gb 1600MHz Crucial DDR3
  • GPU
    Sapphire Dual-X R9 280 (OC)
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define R4
  • Storage
    240GB Kingston SSDNow300V, Seagate Barracuda 1 TB 7200rpm HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA 850W G2
  • Display(s)
    BenQ GL2250
  • Cooling
    Sapphire Vapour-X CPU Cooler, Hyper 212 Evo
  • Keyboard
    CMStorm Quickfire TK
  • Sound
    HyperX Cloud
  • Operating System
    Windows 7

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  1. Hi, where did you get your riser cable? I need one very similar and I'm having an extremely hard time finding one
  2. I fixed my problem by reseting Groove Music, by right clicking on it in the start menu then going to its settings and scrolling down to 'Reset'
  3. I have this same issue and I'm using an SD card - I can't format the SD card and the card isn't defective in any way. Also, some of the music is showing up correctly, but most of it isn't.
  4. I don't think so, either way if they did it wouldn't matter until the second or third set of RAM
  5. I recently bought a Tyan S7012 and I'm concerned about the cooling. I saw your posts and I deduced the Cooler Master Heat sinks you're using but some memories DIMMs are blocked. Can you please recommend me a modern but non-blocking one? Thanks in advance for your time.

    1. Pyroven


      Unless you're filling all of them I don't think it'll matter. And I don't think they actually do block them, they'd only block ones with tall heatsinks.

  6. I have now done enough testing to conclude that the Intel 5520 chip/set was overheating, similar to this forum post I found. I had a hunch it'd be something to do with the chipset so I did a bit of searching, and this scenario was very similar. This toasty boy right here. This was the testing solution while doing troubleshooting outside of the case a couple of days ago, all crashing stopped from this point onwards. And finally the permanent solution. I cable tied this fan to the screwholes unused by my ATX Define R4. Ha
  7. Update: I'm not sure whether this is a symptom, but I think I hear a similar click sound to when the PC shuts down every now and again while it's running. It's not as loud but it's a very similar sound.
  8. Hello, the original LTT forum post I made for this was in 'CPUs Motherboards and Memory' and is found here, however this post is more refined and I believe this section to be more appropriate after delving into the issue as much as I can. System Specs: Motherboard: Tyan s7012G4MNR (Link to manual; Pg10-12 for PCIe slot layout and labels) Chipset: Intel 5520 / ICH10R CPU: 2x Xeon X5660 GPU: R9 280 (Tested with GT 210 as well) Ram: 2x8GB, Single Channel PSU: EVGA 850W G2 Basically: Do you have any idea why using a graphics card would cause the system to completely power-off c
  9. How would one find out whether a motherboard supplies enough power through it's PCIe slots? I have tyan S7012 and an R9 280 which might be having power issues.
  10. How would doing this permanently damage the parts? I'm having issues running this set up myself and trying to work out what's wrong with it.
  11. Hey did you ever buy/build this? I have the same motherboard and am having issues with running a GPU.
  12. Did you ever get this fixed? What fixed it?
  13. Solution: The GPU was being bottlenecked by the slot it was in. It was in the only PCIe 2.0 x4 slot and it was running through a different motherboard chip to all the others. Moving it to another slot removed the bottleneck and the problems mentioned above. EDIT: IT WAS ACTUALLY THE CHIPSET THERMAL THROTTLING.