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Jayar2020

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About Jayar2020

  • Title
    Newbie

System

  • CPU
    I5 6400 @ 2.7Ghz OC to 3.2Ghz
  • Motherboard
    Asus Z170-a
  • RAM
    16gb PNY 2400mhz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Gtx 1070 g1 gaming
  • Case
    Nzxt s320 elite
  • Storage
    2 One terabyte hdds
  • PSU
    Evga 80+ gold 650 Watts
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Any thought on what could cause it? I'm trying to rule out a bad psu before I place another gpu in there.
  2. Could be, are you thinking it's a psu problem instead of gpu? All other components are fine in my pc however.
  3. Hi everyone, so I was playing The Outerworlds for a bit today and out of nowhere my screen went black, I couldn't do anything so I turned my pc off. When I turned it on I see a light and hear a spark come from my pc so I turn it off and on again to see where it came from and it was my gpu. I took my gpu apart and found this, Pics attached, anyone have any guesses as to what happened here?
  4. Hello, my old motherboard recently died so I bought a new one yesterday and moved all my components to it. It had an ez debug led indicator on the board itself and this is basically what happens. I'll hit the power button, all the fans and LEDs turn on, the ez debug LEDs will turn on first for the ram for about 3 seconds, then it'll turn off and the CPU led will turn on BUT ONLY FOR LESS THAN A MILLISECOND at which point the whole computer will turn off and that process will restart over and over in that same order every time. I've tried different ram slots, cmos reset, new ram, ne
  5. But that's the thing I don't mind her not being on all the time but thing is it looks horrible when it is on so what's the deal you know.
  6. I recently got a 4k hdr tv to ise with my gaming PC, windows 10 has an option for hdr and advanced colors that when I turn it on makes everything look horribly washed and painful to look at, all drivers are up to date but I'm not sure what to do.
  7. I'll get in touch with gigabyte see what the options are I guess.
  8. I'm not sure at what rpm it'll do that I just know the second it starts up it'll do it but after maybe half a second it stops.
  9. Mines the opposite if it's slow or starting up it'll make it but once it gets going it stops. Any fix to a damaged bearing?
  10. My thoughts were the same but if it was the cable in the way wouldn't the noise continue as long as the fans spun?
  11. Hello so recently I've been hearing this grinding noise from one of the three fans on my gpu but it only happens as soon as it starts spinning and will stop after. The sound seems to be like if the fans were hitting something but I've checked and there's nothing in the way. On top of that I notice if I manually spin the fans while holding the GPU in any orientation aside from facing down (naturally in the PC it'll be facing down) the noise doesn't happen. My gpu is a GTX 1070 g1 gaming from gigabyte.
  12. I'm currently using MSI Afterburner as my go to over clocking utility, however, i have a gigabyte gtx 1070 with RGB and the only way i can control the RGB is with their over clocking utility which quite frankly i just don't like. My question is, can i use Afterburner as my OC program and use gigabytes OC program only for the RGB control?
  13. I'm getting conflicting answers on the CPU upgrade area how much of a performance boost would an i7 7600k have in your beat opinion?
  14. Game benchmarks I only have shadow or mordor to go on and I get an average of 116 fps on 1080p which is slightly less give or take 5 fps from other reviews I've seen using the same benchmark.
  15. I'm planning on going for the i5 7600k in the future, think that'll work out as well?
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