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  1. I ran Unigine Valley and it said my speeds were 1387 MHz on the core clock and 3505 MHz on Memory clock. Must be an issue with HWMonitor, thanks guys.
  2. I haven't attempted to OC and rebooting my pc hasn't done anything, I'm downloading Unigine Valley and am goign to run that side by side with GPU-Z and see my speeds
  3. I have a NVIDIA reference card, and when I play games the core speeds sit at 505 MHz and the memory speeds at around 3500 MHz, and I looked up the specs and I should be getting over 1000 MHz on core speed and 7000 MHz on memory, is there an issue with my card? I use CPUID HWMonitor to see my speeds and temps, and I've used other programs as well. SPECS: i7 4790k @ 4.5GHz H110i GTX CPU cooler Asus Z97-A USB 3.1 16GB HyperX Fury Memory NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti 250GB Samsung 850 EVO 1tb WD Blue
  4. I reinstalled windows with the same issue. When I go to install drivers from the Asus disk, it doesn't detect the network adapter.
  5. How do I go about removing Windows 7 from my SSD
  6. I'm running windows 7 and I've done that. I get a Code 31 error when I look at it in device manager.
  7. No USB Wifi card. I have a second PC with internet I can use but I've tried and I can't seem to get it to work.
  8. I built my first system yesterday, and after setting up windows my ethernet isn't working so I can't install online drivers but only the ones that come on the disc the motherboard came with. I installed most things through the program on the disc but I can't install LAN drivers. When I open Intel Network Connections it tries to install drivers but it says it can't find an Intel adapter. I'm not sure how to go about setting up drivers. SPECS: Asus Z97-A USB 3.1 i7-4790k NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti 16GB HyperX Fury RAM EVGA 650 G2 250gb 850 EVO
  9. I currently do not have an SSD, and I believe that an SSD is a great addition to a build, and should always be put in where it can fit. I would use an SSD as a boot drive and to put my main games, instead of having all of them on a slower hard driive.
  10. Is the 750W enough to SLI two 980 Tis in the future?
  11. Also is the XFX XTR 650W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular power supply good? It's $92.
  12. Thanks for the replies guys, I'm debating on the EVGA SuperNOVA G2 650W and the Seasonic EVO Edition 750W power supply, which one should I go for? The EVGA is 80+ Gold and the SeaSonic is 80+ Bronze.
  13. Hey guys, first time posting on the forums with a question. I am building a PC and I need help on picking a power supply. My budget is $80-$90, and I'm looking for 650-750W fully modular PSU. I'm unsure of what to get due to people saying their PSUs are blowing up like with Corsair and their RM750. My PC Build is the following: PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant CPU: Intel Core i7-4790K 4.0GHz Quad-Core Processor ($309.99 @ SuperBiiz) CPU Cooler: Corsair H110i GTX 104.7 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler ($129.99 @ Amazon) Motherboard: MSI Z97S SLI Krait Edition