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Drenkai

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About Drenkai

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    Newbie

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    Male

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  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 6700k
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z170X Gaming 6
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance Pro Red LED 4 x 8GB
  • GPU
    Asus Strix 980ti OC
  • Case
    Corsair 760t Black
  • Storage
    Adata Premier SP550 960GB SSD, 1TB HDD, 1TB Raid 0 HDD Array
  • PSU
    EVGA Supernova G2 750 Watts
  • Display(s)
    Asus 27" IPS 5ms 1080p @ 74Hz
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i v2, 3 x Corsair ML Pro 120 Red Led, 3 x Corsair ML Pro 140 Red Led, 2 x Corsair SP 120
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Strife Cherry MX Red
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Assuming that the solder between the IHS and cpu die is fine, and the voltage is set appropriately in the bios and nothing is messing with it in your os, then it should be the cooler or its fan. If you have a cooler that uses heat pipes or an AIO, the water could have evaporated out or pump died.
  2. If you have two circuits that are not supposed to be connected and they are then bridged by water, the electricity could flow from one circuit to the other and overload whatever is on the other side. Ie. You short circuit something. The damage would vary depending on what exactly happened. For USB, depending on the connector it may or may not work after. It could just not work properly. For wet hands I don't think it would be a big deal (due to surface tension) unless you're forcing water to go down into the port. Rule of thumb, if you think you may have caused damage, don't risk it.
  3. Depends on if anything is bridged and if any electricity is running through those areas at the moment.
  4. I just got the display port adapter. Everything fits nicely but I need to make some adjustments to the model. I'll post links when they're ready. EDIT: Added models and updated pictures.
  5. I would but I'm still waiting for my riser and adapters to arrive. Just finished this yesterday.
  6. It'll be blocking pcie slots. I can use my Wi-Fi adapter because it's not too wide. But yes it doesn't go right against the side panel. So as long as you don't need those extra slots it's okay.
  7. Introduction: I always wanted to mount my GPU vertically ever since I first saw people do it. However, I already bought my case by then and was not going to upgrade anytime soon. I couldn't find any vertical mounts online so when I got a 3D printer last Christmas 2017 I decided to make my own. The mount works and is strong enough to hold my GPU. Printing: Prints in 3 parts. Part one - 20% infill, scaffolding. Part two - 100% infill, scaffolding. Part three - 100% infill, scaffolding. Notes: READ ME! You will need the following; 1x
  8. Sounds like a bug to me. I'd look into rma. My strix 980ti oc doesn't turn on fans during idle. I know it's not the same but they both have high tdp and Maxwell isn't as good in thermals.
  9. Trust me it's not that simple or else it wouldn't be the China government edition. China has a history of mass surveillance in order to stop "rebellions". This would allow them to extend their reach. Choosing the encryption also means that they'll have a way to decrypt. Edit: Heck they even have a CCTV network in cities called Skynet.
  10. This is horrible. No government should have control over telemetry and encryption like this, especially not the Chinese government who would most likely use it to oppress their citizens.
  11. Why not just use fast sync from the Nvidia settings. Works pretty well for me.
  12. Then you'll have to rma it as it seems like a hardware problem imo.
  13. Boot into safe mode and completely remove the drivers using ddu. Then reboot into normal mode and try installing the GPU drivers from the manufacturer support website.
  14. Might be some temp files that are taking up space, try clearing them.
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