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wojtepanik

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About wojtepanik

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    Veteran
  • Birthday Nov 17, 1997

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    http://steamcommunity.com/id/wojtepanik/

Profile Information

  • Location
    Poland
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    IT, Server administration, automotive, DIY

System

  • CPU
    Xeon E5645
  • Motherboard
    msi x58a-gd65
  • RAM
    12gb DDR3
  • GPU
    Strix GTX970 OC II
  • Case
    Silentium PC
  • Storage
    120gb SSD x 2, 1tb HDD
  • PSU
    OCZ 650W
  • Display(s)
    XL2411 144hz and fujitsu 24" b24w-5
  • Cooling
    Silentium PC Grandis
  • Keyboard
    California Acces Mechanical Blue
  • Mouse
    HyperX Pulsfire FPX
  • Sound
    Harman Kardon Sound Sticks, SS Arctis 3
  • Operating System
    Window 10 Pro

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  1. try different usb stick and use 2.0 port on your mobo
  2. you can't save your overclock because it isn't stable
  3. get better SSD, WD green is most basic one, I suggest going nvme, also get 3600 and b450, performance wouldn't be that different, always money saved, or go 3700x and get x470 then. Also 2666mhz ram is slow for 2019, get 3200mhz+, best for ryzen
  4. Get some QNAP NAS with WD red drives, Raid 1, dual NIC, upload/download, don't connect it to the internet, place it in different subnet so it will not be visible and you are good to go
  5. just install samsung magician, it will update the firmware
  6. I've had this issue, I contacted dell and they gave me recovery method after I gave them some info. Just call, they should help
  7. it will be fine, it is mounted to prevent flex of the pcb, there are no elements that may heatup on the back
  8. are there expensive CRT's ? make a closer picture of the label at the back
  9. do you know what is a difference between bios and driver?
  10. do hd tune disk check and check for bad sectors, looks like drive failure
  11. mobo tends to be more fragile for things like this, but if you managed to really push 1.6v your cpu might also be dead
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