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ManBehrPig

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About ManBehrPig

  • Title
    Member

Contact Methods

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    @GrinAndBehrIt

Profile Information

  • Location
    New Englander
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Eclectic, ask me
  • Biography
    Work in Progress
  • Occupation
    Content Creator aka bullsh$tter (sometimes I make people laugh)

System

  • CPU
    Intel i7 4930K
  • Motherboard
    Asus P9X79-E WS LGA 2011
  • RAM
    16 GB Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR3- 2133 (4x4GB)
  • GPU
    Asus GeForce GTX 780 3GB
  • Case
    Silverstone TJ04B-EW
  • Storage
    (SSD)Intel 730 480GB(HDD) WD Black 4TB
  • PSU
    Corsair AX860i
  • Display(s)
    1080p nondescript (upgrade in waiting)
  • Cooling
    Case fans-Noctua NF-F12 (4x) CPU Cooler-Noctua NH-U14S
  1. As the title suggests I am periodically recieving BSOD that warn me of a Video Scheduler Internal error. I downloaded the BSOD report app that the perminent thread suggest I do but I do not use drop box, One Drive, Google Drive or the other programs it suggested I link the zip. files to so hopefully they won't be necessary. If they are then I will try to set myself up with one of them, whichever is the quickest. In the mean time I can say that while I have been having random restarts on my system ever since I constructed it about a year and a half ago, usually what would happen is that i
  2. If I were so fortunate as to win this dynamic little CPU I would use it in my first ever water cooled pc. I also look forward to the opportunity using an X99 board and some of that new ddr4 ram and a couple gtx970 GPUs. I built my first pc this spring and it seems like a mere couple months later updates on just about every single part came out. It felt like I had bought a very nice and expensive house just before the housing bubble burst and all of a sudden I was under water on my mortgage. Ugh, such is life.
  3. Well, I'd kind of like to know what the spectrum of what is out there is like. I think for now anyways, the focus is more on bang for your buck.
  4. Hey, Was just curious if any you out on the forum might have some suggestions for value laptops out there. Basically I'm looking to mostly use it for writing with the ocassional jaunt over to YouTube and Reddit. Thus the following are important to me: a comfortable keyboard, durability, reliability, a decent amount of storage, and a phenomenal battery life. All this for a relatively good price. I know the price puts a bit of a cap on what is feasible but considering that I don't necessarily need it to be a gaming laptop I'm hoping that there is something out there relatively close to what
  5. As the title states, I'm curious what the difference between these two versions are. My guess is the Free window usb version will be fine but I'm curious why someone would pay forty bucks for the Pro.
  6. Ok. Will do. Thank you for your help. Going to bed now. I'll catch you later.
  7. So far it has happened while in Firefox, Steam, and my VLC player. All of which you'd think my system could handle.I could, use one stick of RAM, but how could I tell which one if any was malfunctioning? What software do I need for a memtest? This was my first build and a lot of this diagnostic stuff is brand new to me.
  8. http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Sleeping_Behr/saved/bNNp99
  9. Just curious if anyone might have a suggestion for where I should begin to look to understand why my months old home built rig is seemingly randomly shutting down and rebooting. It doesn't happen every time I'm on it and more often then not it happens under low load, like web surfing or playing a YouTube video. Plus it's filled with new,(fairly high end) equipment. So who would you say is the most likely culprit I should check in my rig? It is an economical version of Linus' ultimate editing build guide so it should be basically sound build wise. I have 24% space available on my system startup
  10. Is there a central linux site from whick to get VLC off of? I'm still learning my way around and am not terribly familiar with a lot of the stuff outside the mainstream big company world.
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