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About princedylan101

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  • Birthday May 02, 1997

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  • Location
    North Carolina
  • Gender


  • CPU
    I7 4770k
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z87 gd65
  • RAM
    32gb G.skill Ripjaws
  • GPU
    GTX G1 980
  • Case
    Fractal Define R4
  • Storage
    3tb hdd and 250 ssd
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2
  • Display(s)
    Asus VG248QE
  • Cooling
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G510s
  • Mouse
    Razer DeathAdder
  • Sound
    Custom Setup
  • Operating System
    Windows 8

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  1. Do you have Malwarebytes? If not, download the trail version of it and run it through your pc. https://www.malwarebytes.com/ After that I would also reset chrome just to be safe. https://www.howtogeek.com/171924/how-to-reset-your-web-browser-to-its-default-settings/
  2. Have staples price match it. I live in NC and there is no MicroCenter in the state. I did live chat and on my first try it went through. With Staple's 110% price match the CPU ended up being $367.29 shipped. If it doesn't work after about three times, try calling them. You should get it approved.
  3. Yeah, I believe it does. I emailed MSI yesterday, still no response.
  4. I've been leaning towards the mobo being the issue, hopefully MSI can still replace it. it's just past being a year old.
  5. It's booting before the system detects the CPU. Which would imply that either the board has bent pins or my CPU died.
  6. So as the title says, I have reason to believe that something must have died within my PC. I have a X99 Gaming 7 mobo from MSI and when I went to boot it no screen comes up and it gives error code 04. I have pulled the motherboard from the case, plugged in the bare necessities and the same error is still posting. I've had trouble with this board in the past and I am leaning towards it being the issue. I assume that it is all together possible that my 5930k bit the dust, but that would be much more costly to fix. Is there a sure fire way to tell what is wrong? I wish I had someone nearby that c
  7. I skipped the comments so someone might have touched on this already and I am pretty sure it was talked about on WAN, but the mac's battery life is so bad that Apple just removed the time remaining indicator on the laptops so all the user sees is the percentage remaining. HP did the same thing with their spectre 360s. Companies solution to bad battery life? Remove the indicator! LOL. Anyway, that dude (original quoted comment) is out of his mind with all of this "best in class" talk, I have never liked macs and probably never will, however that won't make me tell someone it has bad specs if th
  8. So I decided to put an old AMD APU to use in the living room and bought some pieces to get it going. I got a $70 GC from Amazon because I decided to get their nifty credit card and I also get a $20 visa MIR from newegg, so I saved $90 in all.
  9. In one of my computer classes the teacher has provided a template for the class to use to make a working analog clock in python using turtles. I honestly don't know where to start. I know how to get the clock drawn out, but I can't figure out how to make the minute, hour, and second hand while having them update in real time. Any help would be appreciated. clock_shell.py
  10. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B009C3M7H0/?tag=extension-kb-20 Prime shipping is always an option.
  11. So my grandparents run a resale store and all of their online stuff is handled through one laptop. Randomly it stopped booting properly and says "Windows failed to boot, do a start up recovery, or boot normally." Both options take stupid amounts of time and end with the computer blue screening. So I figured I could yank it out and recover it all through my desktop. I plugged it in, windows installed some drivers and the PC now shows a new local and recovery disc, both from the laptop hdd. However, accessing them isn't working. When I click on the local disk it slowly loads, and then says the d
  12. Fairly confident that this is similar to the 1060 Jayztwocents was tearing apart last night on his techtalk, its pretty much a 1050.
  13. Westinghouse isn't a good brand. I've torn one apart twice because it keeps sort circuiting one of the led strips.
  14. http://pcpartpicker.com/list/kFCBD8 So basically this, and maybe we switch from a 970 to a 1070 if the guy can afford it.