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About MVPernula

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  • Birthday Aug 06, 1995

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  • Interests
    Editing in general, videogames, photographing, singing, drawing, animating and other things.
  • Occupation
    Studying to become a digital image processor.


  • CPU
    Intel core i7 5820K
  • Motherboard
    Asus X99-s
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LED White
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 1080 Armor OC
  • Case
    Corsair Air 540 Cube Case
  • Storage
    WD Blue 2TB + 2x Samsung 850 EVO 250 GB
  • PSU
    EVGA Supernova G2 850W (White sleeves)
  • Display(s)
    ASUS VG248QE 24" x 3
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i v1
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 RGB
  • Mouse
    Logitech Proteus Spectrum G502
  • Sound
    Sennheiser 559 Scarlett Solo / Razer Leviathan
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
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  1. This might be it! I'll look in to it more soon.
  2. Just so I get this right. If one drive should die all data is gone, that I get. But does BOTH break if one dies? Yeah I'm leaning towards that.
  3. That would be via BIOS for me. Yeah I hear ya. Guess I'll look for a different solution
  4. The reason for putting them in a RAID 0 config would simply be to make them function as a single drive to ease up partitioning and installing software rather than speed. To rephrase my original quiestion: How would I, in the best way possible, make these drives function as one? And is it a good idea to do so?
  5. Heya! Long time no see, LTT forums! So.. I've been running a bit short on fast storage lately. My two old 250GB 850 Evo drives are fast but wont really store enough anymore. Yesterday I bought 2x 1TB m.2 drives and my spontaneous plan was to use them separately, one for OS. But since I know RAID 0 (for example) would be faster, why shouldn't I? Is there really any reason *not* to? I could simply partition out a larger chunk of the total 2TB and make that function as a bigger drive. Any better ideas? These drives are planned to be used for games
  6. Ah, yes that's also a thing I've tried. The problem persisted even after a bios update.
  7. Hello! Recently my PC has stopped me midway through boot with "When a raid configuration was built, ensure to set sata configuration to RAID Mode. Press f1 to run setup." It's highly inconsistent, sometimes every 2nd startup sometimes it goes away for the next 4, sometimes it's 5 in a row. You get it. I've looked around for answers and have tried this: Changed boot setting to "other OS" (this has apparently helped others) Reinstalled Windows on boot drive Checked all cables for my drives Sett BIOS to default, twice. Cleared CMOS, bot
  8. MVPernula

    Case fans

    Fantastic, thank you. Which model would do the trick? I cant wrap my brain around which model is good for what.
  9. MVPernula

    Case fans

    Hello! A CPU, motherboard, CPU-cooler and RAM upgrade is planned in the near future and while I'm at it I want good and silent case fans for it all. I've been looking into Noctua, of course, and also heard about Arctics fans but I'm not sure where to go. RGB is not something I want. I'd like it to look clean and tidy, almost boring is fine too. White/grey/black or a combination of those. Noctuas Remux.. Redux?.. You know what I mean, is a good example! I just dont know which is right for the job. Performance > Silence But silence is
  10. Excellent! Do you think the BIOS upgrade is a necessity? It's a christmas present.
  11. Budget (including currency): Irrelevant Country: Sweden Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Gaming. Other details: Parts: Svive Luna X750 W Midi Tower Cooler Master B500 V2 Intel Pentium Gold G5400 Processor MSI B360M Bazooka, Socket-1151 ASUS GeForce GTX 1050 2GB --------- We basically want to upgrade this. I remember there being some hickups between LGA1151 motherboards a few years back and want to make sure that an
  12. I'll probably sell the RAM as well. I can find matching ones, but they're ridiculously expensive. Probably becuase they're old enough to be "rare". It'll almost cost me as much getting two of the same as I already have (16GB) as getting a new set ot 32GB.
  13. I realize now I have the wrong chassis in my parts list. I have the Fractal Design R6 with a glass panel.