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Jawad14

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  1. I ran this benchmark using the NiceHash software for mining cryptocurrency, and this what showed on my screen after a couple minutes. I'm using a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti from Asus (Strix) on stock speeds. The GPU's temprature was about 62 Celsius. Can someone explain what does this mean? Thanks !!
  2. I'm willing to buy fans from UpHere that have A-RGBs in them, and will be installing them on a ASUS ROG X570-E motherboard which has A-RGB Gen2 Connectors. So will these A-RGB fans work on them? Or will I have some issues? And whats the difference between A-RGB Gen1 and Gen2?
  3. Not the XL, the normal white one. I'm aiming for a Strix 2080Ti from Asus ROG, I think thats considered as long since it comes in 2.5 slots or something like that. So in conclusion, a Kraken X72 AIO will stop the Asus ROG Strix 2080Ti right?
  4. Does the Kraken X72 360mm AIO watercooler radiator fit in this case on the side? https://www.amazon.com/Lian-Li-PC-O11DW-Tempered-Computer/dp/B07F9TC5W7/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=lian%2Bli&qid=1573247434&sr=8-1&th=1 There are 2 form factors of this case, one in full tower and the second one in Mid tower, but I am looking for the full tower. Anyways, I would like to know for both form factors whether each one has the capabilities of containing the Kraken X72 360mm AIO watercooler radiator on the side. I know that it fits of the top of the case, but my real question
  5. wow okay got it. So just confirm this to me .. the 2080Ti(s) that are OC will be the TU102-300A-K1-A1 ..... On the other hand, 2080Ti(s) that are non-OC will be the TU102-300-K1-A1 , is that right? Or thats not really necessary? Second thing is that how to know which card on the market is the A version of the 2080Ti and which one is not? Because am soon going to be building a PC for myself and am planning on slapping a 2080Ti from ASUS, the Strix version on it.
  6. Anybody has a great and simple guide on how to easily overclock the i7-8700K? I don't really wanna go into the BIOS stuff cuz am not that familiar with it, but if I have to, then I'll happily do it! My i7-8700K runs a maximum clock of 4.3Ghz which is not that interesting. I'm looking to overclock it to about 4.7Ghz or 4.8Ghz, even 5.0Ghz if possible. I do have an AIO liquid cooler installed from Corsair, the 280mm one, so I believe am good to go for a great overclock!
  7. Whats the difference between an OC card and a non-OC one? For example, the RTX 2080Ti comes in 2080Ti OC and 2080Ti non-OC. And is it worth to spend a little more money to get the OC version of a graphics card like the 2080Ti OC ?
  8. I had the game installed on my "Samsung 970 Evo NVME SSD 256GB". So I uninstalled it from there and installed it on my 2.5" HDD that I've ripped off my laptop (a 2TB HDD). I then played 3 matches on the game and my PC didn't crash surprisingly! This seems to work, because I never had the game not-crashing 3 times in a row after I've updated the BIOS. Am still going to play more later on and will write an update on whether this solution has worked or not, but its working till now, and thanks to you!!
  9. Since I've updated my ASUS Prime x470-pro motherboard's BIOS to the latest version from asus.com , I started facing this weird issue. Usually now when I play League of Legends, when the game is either ended on a defeat or victory, the whole computer just freezes and becomes unresponsive at all, I can't tab out and can't even do ALT+F4 or even CTRL+ALT+DEL , so I just force shutdown the PC by holding the power button for about 4 or 5 seconds. Even the animation of the game freezes, but sound keeps rolling. I tried reinstalling the game, and tried repairing the game from its own client, but the
  10. But this problem never happened until I updated the BIOS. Maybe if I downgrade my BIOS the problem's gonna be solved?
  11. I'm powering it with a EVGA SuperNova 750W G3 , but I haven't plugged the PSU directly into the wall. But instead, I have it plugged into an extension from Terminator that can withstand 3000W, in-which it contains 4 plugs, and I use the first one for the PC, second for the Monitor which is a ASUS PG279Q, third for some RGB lights, and fourth for an LED clock.
  12. I have nothing overclocked except for the GPU overclocked by using a preset from ASUS's own app which is "GPU Tweak", in-which am on OC mode. Never touched anything regarding "undervolted" and didn't even mess with the ratios in BIOS, but I have the "Performance" preset selected in the BIOS instead of the "Normal" one.
  13. Since I've updated my ASUS Prime x470-pro motherboard's BIOS to the latest version from asus.com , I started facing this weird issue. Sometimes when I play League of Legends and the game is either ended on a defeat or victory, the whole computer just freezes and becomes unresponsive at all, I can't tab out and can't even do ALT+F4 or even CTRL+ALT+DEL , so I just force shutdown the PC by holding the power button for about 4 or 5 seconds. I'm using a Ryzen 7 2700x with 16Gb RAM G.Skill Trident Z RGB 3200Mhz. Since I updated the BIOS, I realized something weird in the Task Manager, on the page o
  14. Thanks man, you really did solve my problem. I owe you And just two quick questions .. first, do I have to remove the "Windows Boot Manager" as well? This question might be silly, but am curious about it because I thought that the "Boot Configuration Store's" purpose is to store all the operating systems directories. Here's a picture of my command prompt with the information about "bcdedit /v" is displayed, where you can see the "Windows Boot Manager" at first, and followed by "Windows 10 Pro". Second, I have my Windows 10 Pro installed on a 256GB of Samsung
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