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About winkawak

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  • CPU
    i7 5820K
  • Motherboard
    X99X Killer
  • RAM
    Crucial 8GB 2400mhz
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 970
  • Case
    Enthoo Pro
  • Storage
    3x WD Blue 1TB and Crucial 250GB SSD
  • PSU
    EVGA 850 G2
  • Display(s)
    Acer GN246HL
  • Cooling
    Corsair H60
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  • Operating System
    Windows 7Pro

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  1. Oops i didnt even realize i posted the wrong dimensions for h115i Pro XT (322mm x 137mm x 27mm). Do you mean the CM ML280 RGB TR4 (318mm) the ML280 Pro is shorter (311mm). I wish they would say how long the rad mounting plate is or length limit instead of just 280mm AIO.
  2. Im interested in Cooler Master NR200 case which fits 280mm rad. While i was watching Optimum Tech on NR200 case review, he used Karken X62 (315.00 x 143.00 x 30.00 mm) stated this 280 rad pushing the 280mm rad limit. I want to fit a Corsair H115i Pro XT(140mm x 140mm x 25mm) but im worried length wont fit. Anyone have this case or know anything about this?
  3. I guess this is my only option but i don really like buying used especially when it comes to electronics. Is it possible to repair a dead mobo like at a repair shop?
  4. My x99 motherboard died on me and i cant find anywhere that sells new x99 motherboard anymore. Are there any new socket motherboards that are also compatible with Haswell E cpu?
  5. Yea the rad dimension its what worries me. So if a case says it supports 360mm rad does it mean all 360mm fits? i noticed there are rad over 400mm
  6. How so? Isnt Intel launching them in Sept? I could but it will add around $50 extra for 3 120mm fans that may not have same quality as Corsairs. Can you please explain alittle
  7. Thinking about doing a new build in the winter afte Intel new cpu launch due to my current x99 motherboard dying on me. As of right now i have my eyes on MetallicGear NEO Qube, it supports 360MM radiator but CORSAIR iCUE H150i RGB PRO XT 360mm dimension is 397MM. Im not sure if it will fit, it seems all 360MM radiator have dimension differences how do i know it will fit? Really wish Icue H150i have a led fan option.......
  8. only sign i had was last year the start up on and off would happen once or twice a month it became more frequent this year. Now it wont even boot up juts fans running and nothing else. I have tried using different psu, ram, reseating parts, clearing cmos nothing works. I think its the mobo. This was a fancy mobo almost $400 back in 2015 and yet it failed me with 6 years.
  9. Asrock x99x killer i7 5820k with Corsair H60 GTX 970 EVGA G3 1000watt I have tried clear cmos but the same
  10. My desktop has been having boot up symptoms where pc would power up and immediately shuts down then automatically power up again. Sometime it will turn on and off few times before booting up normally. Recently computer wont even boot up anymore, i would get no display and no HDD activity. The only thing is on is the cpu,case and gpu fans. I thought i had a bad psu so i went and ordered another one, computer still sometimes turns on and off but its alot less then before but it still will not boot up. Do i have a dead mobo?
  11. Sorry to bring up semi old thread, with coronavirus i havent been able to buy a new psu to test out. During the time i posted this this symptom has happened twice more. Today something new happened, now the pc takes almost a minute before it shows the mobo logo screen and the windows log in screen. It used to take less than 3 seconds to show.
  12. ran check disk on all my hdd, found one with 4kb of bad sector but in check disk report its telling me theres no problem found. In western digital diagnostic and crystal disk info its showing the hdd healthy. Should i be worried?
  13. My psu states it has over voltage protection under voltage protection over current protection over power protection short circuit protection over temp protection did yours have it too?