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  • Birthday Jul 05, 1984

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  • CPU
    i7 4770k @4.4ghz
  • Motherboard
    asrock z87 extreme4
  • RAM
    16gb(8+8) ddr3 1600 @2200mhz
  • GPU
    intel hd 4600
  • Case
    fractal define r4 black. no glass door
  • Storage
    ssd samsung 1tb
    ssd kingston 480gb
    hdd 4tb
  • PSU
  • Display(s)
    LG 34UC79G 21:9 144hz
    Asus VG248QE 16:9 144hz
  • Cooling
    thermalright macho
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 Rapidfire red
  • Mouse
    Corsair Scimitar PRO RGB
  • Sound
    Logitech H600
  • Operating System
    win 10
  • Phone
    nubia redmagic 5g

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  1. just try this: keep your notebook away from any surface, start a benchmark and compare results with normal desk position. If there is a huge difference you only need a couple of bigger rubber feet to keep the backside of your notebook higher. if there is almost no difference try pointing a fan to the bottom intakes and try that benchmark again. if after this last test there is a tangible difference go buy something with big silent fans like this
  2. also be careful when uploading pictures on the internet, from that file everyone can now see where you live. cool place by the way
  3. from Windows you can move those monitors but dimension is based only on resolution.
  4. https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comments/mi8kgw/nvidia_rebar_3000_series_black_screen_fix/
  5. 16:9 gsync 144hz/165hz at 1440p is the best choice, no ultra wide configuration hassle and pixel perfect resolution...but expensive. 1080p 144hz can be a cheap option viable only if you plan to keep that GPU for long time (4+ years)
  6. if that backplate isn't only for aesthetic, can for sure passively cool components on the backside of the gpu but don't think can be causing intermittent issues if screwed tight.
  7. yes unless you can use a fan to blow air directly to vram modules. maybe there is something overheating and it's without thermal sensor
  8. don't forget to disable it while running benchmarks
  9. try cleaning GPU PCI contacts with alcohol
  10. memory and vrm not cool enough. try pointing a fan sideway and test if it works. maybe some of those thermal pads are missing or don't touch the heatsink
  11. test your pc with igpu or another GPU. if there are no blue screens... just disassembly that watercooler and go back to standard air-cooling for a couple of days.
  12. fans not working, gunk obstructing airflow, thermal paste missing. check those three and post pictures please
  13. that's the second time I miss a simple solution, first cooler thin plastic layer to peel before mounting and now this hope it's solved now
  14. meanwhile you could both test ram and mine those fancy online coins for 15hours
  15. sure but you will need hours of testing, that stress test you are using is faster