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About Imakuni

  • Title
    Master Pokemon Singer

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  • Location
    GPUs like 35ºC ambient, so I live in Brazil.
  • Gender


  • CPU
    I5 6600k (4263 mhz core and cache)
  • Motherboard
    ASrock Z170 Extreme4+
  • RAM
    2x8gb Corsair Vengeance LPX (at 3145mhz)
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Gtx 970 Windforce OC (1430 mhz)
  • Case
    NZXT S340
  • Storage
    120gb SSD, 2x1TB HD
  • PSU
    Evga Supernova G2 750W
  • Display(s)
    Dell U2515H
  • Cooling
    Corsair H55
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow Ultimate 2014
  • Mouse
    Razer Mamba TE
  • Sound
    Corsair H2100
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Fellas, I'm looking for an SSD upgrade this bf, but when I went to check my local options with the SSD tier list, some of them just weren't there. Considering price, I thinking I'll get the XPG SX8100 (ASX8100NP-256GT-C), which seems to be B tier with a dram cache, but how would these two other options compare? Husky - HSS-NV-240 Gigabyte - GP-GSM2NE3256GNTD
  2. Right, so I found this capture card lying home and wanted to use it with my PC (window 10), but so far, I've had no success. It turns on and shows up in Device Manager as MovieBox_USB_B, but says there's no driver. After looking around, I found the driver page here and ran the installer in Vista compatibility mode. It creates a folder with a whole bunch of drivers, but when I try to manually point the driver to it, it says there are no compatible drivers. Can anyone help me?
  3. I'm looking for a 64gb microSD card to use as expansion on my phone (j510mn) and a 64gb SD card for my camera (EOS Rebel T5), but I don't really know much about it, so I'm hoping you guys can recommend something pretty decent. If possible, keep it to Amazon or Newegg US, I have a relative travelling there and plan to order online.
  4. Dear @CPotter , please fix the post for your loyal night theme users. And while you're at it, make sure to talk to Linus to put a rule in place so that all members on LTT are forced to use night theme, as to prevent this from happening ever again.
  5. Reminder that AVX-512 is (supposedly) coming with Cannon/Coffee. Guess I'll sell my oven and use one of those processors instead...
  6. It is not an error, it's just that AIDA is a potato test while P95 is designed to squeeze as much performance as possible out of the CPU, taking advantage of features other programs don't use.
  7. What was your config again? I think I've missed it...
  8. It's a Hyper 212-esque type cooler... c`mon, you can't expect too much out of it. People overhype the power of those air towers.
  9. Let's see... weak cooler, high voltage, intensive test.. yeah, 100C seems just about right. Assuming it is in fact running at 1.3v (which might not be true, seeing as "this is what I told it to run at" is just plain wrong), lower your voltage down. Try 1.2v (or lower, actually), should be much more manageable.
  10. If Q-Tips aren't doing it, toothpicks are worth a shot. Just don't apply too much pressure.
  11. I'd look at either removing the overclock, increasing fan speeds to the max, leaving the side panel open, or a combination of those 3. 86C is not really all that confortable.
  12. You can still use dual channel just fine, you just have to put both 4 gb sticks in one channel and the 8 one in the other. Wrong. I'm on tablet right now and cant really get things easoly, but look for intel's guideLines on dual channel operation and you'll see that, in fact, 3 sticks can do dual channel, if the conditions are right.
  13. High load causes voltage to droops, there's just no way around it (can't mess with physics). If you were to put a single voltage and just provide that, it would droop. So to try and compensate for that drop and achieve the actual specified manual voltage, LLC quicks in and add some extra on top of it, so that it droops from extra to actual input when load is high. Supposedly, Auto LLC would just pick the perfect level, but that doesn't really happen in practice. And that's where the user comes in: through trial, error, and human observation, you can pick the appropriate level for y
  14. Normal behaviour, that's how electronics work. http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1151/Z170-A/E10611_Z170-A_UM_V2_WEB.pdf?_ga=2.92118170.1870799286.1495624592-1420393963.1487242403 Page 2-25
  15. Probably a 7700k, as that's the only unlocked Kaby Sku (that makes sense).