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About Luna.exe

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  • Interests
    Computers and Gaming
  • Biography
    just your normal pc and gaming freak


  • CPU
    x2 5560 xeon
  • Motherboard
    Hewlett-Packard 0AECh motherboard
  • RAM
    48gb ddr3 ecc 530 mhz
  • GPU
    gtx 970 founders 4gb
  • Case
    hp workstation z800 case
  • Storage
    3 1tb for storage and 1 500gb as os drive all 7200rpm
  • PSU
    850w bronze rated hp power supply
  • Display(s)
    dell 1980x1080 monitor
  • Cooling
    7 fans for ram case cpus and hard drives
  • Keyboard
    logitech keyboard
  • Mouse
    logitech mouse
  • Sound
    corsair hs50 headset
  • Operating System
    windows 7 ultimate x64

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  1. im hoping to upgrade to a i7 in the future working on getting my new gpu sold mine yesterday
  2. could try doing that or put your drive back in your old system and back up your stuff and doing a fresh install of win7 iv had this issue before this is why i allways back up my installers and stuff regularly. if that dont work let me know and i can keep trying to help you also if you can figure out how could try making a system image and loading it on to the new computer iv done that before and works about 95% of the time
  3. my relative is using some low profile stock cooler on his fx 6300 and it keeps it at 35-40c under heavy load i dont know how its working but it is lol
  4. have you tried uninstalling the drivers and reinstalling them? iv had them go corrupt before
  5. it could be a bad cpu could try finding a cheap cpu to put in for testing im a intel person myself had a amd system before and had alot of problems with it
  6. just gently use some pliers on the screw heads and give it a slight turn it should loosen them up
  7. just sold my msi gtx 960 4gb few hours ago with a bunch of parts got $30 for it considering it has a busted fan lol and upgrading in the morning to a gtx 1060 6gb XD
  8. you can have 16gb in a laptop if it supports it
  9. are there any softwares that control these? have you tried driver updates? just thought i would ask
  10. a relative of mine has a fx 6300 6 core in his and it performs great it can can support a 8 core if you could find a cheap fx 8000 series XD
  11. is there an os on your drive? is it in legacy or uefi?
  12. i would suggest getting 16gb its easy to come by cheap if its ddr3 your using
  13. cpu old as dirt?? i think mine is older i have an i5 3570 lmao