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About EvilRosko

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    Telecomunication engineer


  • CPU
    Intel i5-2500
  • Motherboard
    Asrock h77
  • RAM
    Corsair 16gb (4gbx4)
  • GPU
    GTX 970 msi
  • Case
    zoltac z3
  • PSU
    corsair 750m
  1. bios where reseted at first warranty and not touched again, it up to date aswell
  2. ram is 16.0GB Dual-Channel g.skill @ 1066MHz (15-15-15-36) (2x8Gb) , xmp is not enabled. bsods look completly random, doing anything and nothing it just crashes
  3. Hello, I'm encountering a lot of bsods again, because yesterday it just came back of warranty for a second time and they confirm me that it has no problems with it, so i guess its my side of things. so please help, bought new pc and its unusable... OS - Windows 8.1, 8, 7, Vista ?: windows 10 x86 (32-bit) or x64 ?: 64 What OS was originaly installed on the system?: it was shipped without OS Is the OS an OEM version (came pre-installed on system) or full retail version (YOU purchased it from a retailer)? :neither Age of system (hardware): half a year Age o
  4. i will if pc comes back still defective. at the moment i cant do any tests while its still at warranty. im just afraid it will come back as before, unchanged...
  5. At the moment and i can't do any tests because pc is still at warranty.
  6. Hello guys, I'm in desperate situation and need your wisdom. For almost a year i have BSOD problem which gets worse each day. the situation is this. the first bsod's i started to get after i bought a new pc i just didn't really think much about it (happens), but months later it started crashing left and right and there's peace period for like a month and then crashes start all over again like 5bsods in 10mins. I send it to warranty, they told me there was nothing wrong with it "i should change CPU fan cuz its stock and not for gaming or heavy loads". didn't know that discord is heavy load or j
  7. at the moment i have CPU: i5- 2500 GPU: GTX 970 msi RAM :16gb ddr3 PSU:corsair 750m power supply (i know it was overkill it just i didnt know that time ) Motherboard: Asrock h77 pro4/mvp HDD 1954GB Seagate 234GB TEAM L5 LITE SSD 240GB (SATA-SSD) Forgot 1 important thing. i have logitech z906 sound system, i would like to keep its full potention with spdif/ 7.1 channel. p.s edited the main post aswell since i forgot
  8. Aaron, 1. Seen plenty of videos how to do it but never done that. if it performs well i don't see a reason to do so, i dont know if its true or it was true ealier that it shortens the life of the chip :). 2. Prebuild would be easier (sometimes even cheaper) then building my own, but i can fully build it myself, so it doesn't really matter :).
  9. Thank you for your opinion, thats a pretty nice build. what about a cooler, will the stock cooler gonna do its job? maybe i should list what pc i have atm so maybe i could reuse some of the parts?
  10. It was RTX, thank you for notifying on that mistake, fixed it
  11. Hello guys, Been watching LTT for like 6-7 years but only now decided to join the forum since I'm finally gonna upgrade my old pc. Found a prebuild system for 1k euros, so just wanted to know your opinions about this build for that price. For 1080p gaming. CPU: I5-9600k Motherboard: Asus prime H310M-K; RAM:16GB DDR4 2666MHZ; (doesn't specify anything else); SSD:480GB reading speed ~560MB/s; GPU: RTX 2070 8GB; CASE: deepcool matrexx 55; PSU: ATX Aerocool lux 650W RGB 80 plus bronze; CPU cooler: Deepcool ice edge mini fs v2.0. at the moment i have CPU: i5- 25