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Scratadoo

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About Scratadoo

  • Title
    Newbie

Profile Information

  • Location
    Canada
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Tech!
  • Biography
    I'm an avid pc gamer that's obsessed with tech including building PC'S. Had my own PC since 2009
  • Occupation
    Professional ultra gamer

System

  • CPU
    I7 8700 (non k)
  • Motherboard
    Z370
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengence 16gb 3200mhz cl 16
  • GPU
    Nvida GTX 1070
  • Case
    HP OMEN X
  • Storage
    2 1 tb hdd and intel optaine
  • PSU
    500w bronze efficiency
  • Display(s)
    MSI OPTIX G27C2
  • Sound
    Logitech MX sound
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Phone
    Galaxy s8 plus

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  1. No, that why I said I couldn't overclock in omen command center. I dont know why, it's a strange occurence.
  2. Sadly, my BIOS is basic. Theres no advanced features.
  3. Hi, I own an HP OMEN 880-139 and I bought some new corsair vengeance rgb 3200mhz sticks. They look really nice but they only run at 2133mhz. HP showed off something called omen command centre and said you can overclock ram, but that program is useless and doesn't do allow me to oc my ram. When I use something like intel extreme tuning utility and click xmp, the pc fails to Post.How can I successfully overclock the ram without my pc failing? my pc does have XMP compatible hardware like an i7 8700. I also tried to manually set the speed and latency's but that also doesnt work.Thankyou for your h
  4. I don't think it's worth it. You can probably find a different GPU that will do you better than a 750ti, like a 1050. If you don't feel like spending 50 bucks you can probably find an old 750ti for literall pennies. Overall wouldn't be worth it to save that thing, you can probably recycle that and just buy something better. The only good thing I can say about trying to fix that is because it's cheap as hell you can probably learn how to fix it but it'll still be time consuming and maybe dangerous.
  5. Hey lads, I have an HP OMEN 880-139 and I really need someone's help. My HP omen 880 comes stock with a shitty cpu cooler that you can see in Linus's PC secret shopper series. My CPU can get up to 90 degrees c under heavily load. I was thinking about upgrading the cooler but companies like hp and Noctua don't even know if any other cooler will work. Some people say I should be fine while others say the backplate may be glued and I won't be able to install a new one. Can someone please help me find out if I can install the noctua NHI9i? I also heard that there may be B.I.O.S issues if install a
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