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MammothJerk

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  • Birthday Apr 29, 1995

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  1. ok it appears the motherboard was fine after all... All i needed to do was increase the cpu vcore offset by about 0.150v since the chip has degraded over time. I was not running any overclocks during this problem
  2. I bought a new motherboard (ASUS Q87M-E) to tide me over until i get the new build done, but it seems like the motherboard was NOT the problem - or this new motherboard is also broken? One difference i can see is that the new motherboard lasts for maybe 5 more seconds into the startup repair. Instead of crashing at the pinwheel as you can see in the video with the new motherboard it crashes about 5 seconds into the automatic repair so i have a couple of seconds of input. however this is not consisten and sometimes it just freexes on the pinwheel with no BSOD and sometimes it BSODs on the
  3. Reseated the cpu, no changes that i can see. still get the same errors booting to linuxliveusb, still crashing at the pinwheel when trying to boot into windows. I've done exactly that, no boot/storage devices connected, only the USB with the boot media.
  4. Ran memtest for 12 hours with 0 errors found. tried booting to linux through the linuxliveusb and i got these several error screens and then it just started boot looping looks like bad news. Are there any more troubleshooting steps i can take?
  5. Pretty old system Intel Core i7 4770K CPU 32GB Corsair Dominator Platinum 1866mhz ddr3 RAM Gigabyte G1.Sniper 5 Motherborad NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 GPU No overclocks activated There seems to have been a power outtage overnight and when i woke up in the morning my computer wouldn't boot into windows at all. I'm just getting constant BSODs and am not even able to boot into safemode or run the automatic recovery. As soon as the pinwheel starts spinning the BSOD hits. This is what i've tried so far: Removed all USB devices. Removed all Sto
  6. What's the deal with these new thumbnails?
  7. G1.Sniper 5 motherboard using the Marvell SE9230 ports I thought my NEW 4x 6TB WD Green (RAID 10) were making a bit more noise then i'd like so i wanted to turn on disk spin-down when i wasn't using them. I first went to power options and set 'turn off hard disk after' to 1 just to see if it works I then right clicked my drive, went into properties and unchecked the 'Allow files on this drive to have contents indexed in addition to file properties' box. I waited for it to finish and then restarted my computer. When i turned my computer back on again i couldn't see the dr
  8. so the general consensus is my GPU is dying and i should RMA? =)
  9. I was under the impression that my HDMI output ran on my onboard intel graphics while the laptop screen ran off of the GPU
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