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About NinjaJc01

  • Title
    I has a GTX 970!!!
  • Birthday April 10

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Profile Information

  • Location
    Sitting on a PC, waiting for internet deliveries... , UK
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Programming, building PCs, Electronics, getting a free GTX 750 Ti 2GB and Crucial m4 256GB SSD
  • Occupation
    Student, and sometimes disassembling servers etc.


  • CPU
    i7-4770 (Load Temp 65*c max)
  • Motherboard
  • RAM
    8GB HyperX Red 1866MHz 2x4GB
  • GPU
    KFA2 GTX970 Infin8 '4GB' :P
  • Case
    Thermaltake Core V21
  • Storage
    Crucial m4 256GB SSD, 1TB Seagate SSHD, 60GB Corsair Force SSD for Kerbal
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA 650W G2
  • Display(s)
    Dell 1680*1050, Samsung SyncMaster 2023nw
  • Cooling
    3x Bitfenix Spectre 120mm PWM, 2x Noctua Redux 120mm PWM and 2x Noctua redux 140s, not PWM (On LNAs)
  • Keyboard
    PowerCool Backlit multimedia keyboard
  • Mouse
    Eblue Cobra in red
  • Sound
    AKG K77s, and a Turtle Beach ZLa for skype etc
  • Operating System
    Windows 7 home Premuim 64-bit
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. I'm giving up for now. I'll probably ask over on the ARMA subreddit.
  2. 64bit Win 10. Basically no one runs 32bit windows now.
  3. It's giving me crash reports. I'll try without mods for now. Well, here's the crash report
  4. So far, whenever I play ARMA 3, after about 5-15mins, the video cuts out (Audio still plays, system otherwise carries on, but with no video on either monitor. Haven't had it happen with any other game. GPU is a GTX 970 which I've had for like a year, card is like 2 years old by now. No overclocks applied, and card isn't overheating as far as I can see. Issue started after I came back from a 2 week holiday, where the PC was left switched off at the mains. PSU is definitely OK, as it's the Supernova 650 G2 from EVGA.
  5. Or a C series chipset. Since Xeons, you ought to use ECC. Honestly, the L5638 or the L5639 seem better.
  6. All this is is us going and reading the manuals, mostly.
  7. It'll need to be a recent enough version. Anniversary definitely supports it.
  8. Yes, I am sure. I have been through this before upgrading a friends PC. I'm not Nvidia, so I can't explain.
  9. It's working probably. You need windows 10, and a new enough version, in order to use pascal cards.
  10. I know the feeling. I'm 15 and building a full home server network, in addition to trying to stay current with my 2 PCs. I am broke most of the time. Hopefully, Christmas will change this for me.
  11. Looks: 8/10, would be much nicer hardline custom watercooled, but that's expensive, it's maybe a little OTT on the gloss white IMHO? Component choice: 8/10, I would have gone for more storage, and matt white cables (Sort of looks as well) Overall: 8/10. It's a very nice build, and looks way better than either of mine.
  12. @jumpinghermit Entirely possible the mobo is dead. Did you buy it used?