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About DangerousPirate

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  1. Yeah, they're working and even after lowering the RPM it still does so. Sapphire also suggest swapping out the PSU, so after heading home I will contact Corsair for another unit.
  2. Alright, I will give it a shot. You've been a great help, have a wonderful day.
  3. Welp... it still does the same for Heroes of the Storm. I hope Sapphire has some answers or at least a new PSU is the key.
  4. Thank you very much! This seems to work. After using MSI Afterburner to lower the voltage down to -48V the computer is now able to load the Dishonored 2 without crashing immediately. I will futher test this and configure it some more tomorrow, and thanks again! However, I do have one question though. Does this confirm leelaa14's suspicions about my PSU being faulty and that I should send my Corsair HX-750 in for repair?
  5. Ever since I installed the Sapphire R9 Fury (non X) graphics card I have been experiencing abrupt reboots to my computer when gaming. I have tried upgrading to the latest bios, reinstalling Windows, uninstalling drivers using DDU, and trying multiple drivers provided by AMD (to be specific: Crimson ReLive Edition 17.1.1, 16.12.2,16.11.4, and even the Catalyst 15.7) and still no luck. The games I normally play are Heroes of the Storm, Battlefield 1, and Dishonored 2. For Heroes of the Storm it normally reboots in the middle of the game and sometimes at the beginning. I have not confirmed this b