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MysticalRainXIV

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  • Birthday Nov 02, 1997

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    Texas
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    Cars and Civilization 5
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    Computer Repair, Manager at Papa Johns

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  1. Just wanted to say I'm back, and feeling quite warm in my room if I do say so Got two machines running, one with a R9 3900x and 2080ti folding and another with a RX580. Now if only I had WU's to do...
  2. Been a long time since I've been in this thread, had some fun cranking a fx-8320 to the max, and now I'm back with a 3900x. Couldnt get 4.4 no matter how hard I tried, so heres a 4.35GHz r20 run.
  3. What light specifically lit up? The vga, dram or cpu light? Whichever one it gets stuck on is the boards way of telling you whats keeping the system from booting, and what you need to check frist.
  4. As far as I'm aware, mixing different ram clock speeds isnt that big of a deal, but the timings do have to match, and since one stick is 16-16-16, and the other is 16-18-18, you should not mix the sticks, unless you could possibly change the timings on one of the sticks to match the other. Its definitely overall not recommended, and can definitely cause some headaches. Your best bet is to just get two new matching sticks.
  5. You're right, but the name still carries weight, edited previous post for clarity.
  6. Not saying this is true for this specific model, and I couldn't find anything saying one way or another, but In my experience the USB ports arent used for audio, or any output for that matter and instead for firmware upgrades, viewing of photos or videos on digital cameras, or to allow the user to install a flash drive to allow for the ability to fast forward, pause, and rewind live TV, as my LG TV does.
  7. That as far as I see is the only way you will be able to connect your headphones to your TV.
  8. If I'm looking at this correctly, the only audio out on the TV is an optical out, so you would have to have some sort of device that can accept an optical audio signal that would also have either a 3.5mm headphone jack out, or an AV audio out. The connectors on your TV otherwise are all for input, so plugging in headphones to any of those connectors will do nothing
  9. A PSU in that wattage range should sit well in its efficiency peak under load. A top rated fully modular 750W PSU would be https://www.wootware.co.za/evga-220-g2-0750-xr-supernova-750-g2-750w-80-plus-gold-certified-fully-modular-desktop-power-supply.html as recommended by the Jonny Guru website. It scores a 9.8 out of 10, and should have all the cables you will need for GPU and CPU
  10. You could skate by with a 550 watt, but there's no point in cutting it that close, because then you'll run into the PSU being less efficient if that matters to you. Typically I'd say get a 750 or so, and I personally wouldn't run an OC'd 1080ti and an OC'd 6700k on a 550 watt, just way too close for comfort. A 750 would give you some room for upgrading down the road. If the current PSU you have (assuming its causing issues warranting a replacement) Is still in warranty, why not just RMA it?
  11. Then my only suggestion left is try a dual link cable. Maybe someone else here has another idea
  12. right...which is why I was saying what I was about VGA not being engineered for PnP and why Windows reports it as such...Non Reference cards come with DVI-I and DVI-D so he could use a powered adapter on the DVI-D connector to make it say Generic PnP...
  13. the 750ti, the card he's using, has the DVI-I connectors that do carry the analog signal
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