Sorry to resurrect an old thread. I've got a MSI GTX 780 that blew capacitors C523, C524, C525, and C526. Blowing 1 of these is not uncommon on these cards, but I've never had 4 go at once :/
Anyways, I haven't been able to find their specs to replace them. If you still have that BOM, could you help me out here?
Thanks in advance!
i just purchased GIGABYTE GTX 1050Ti OC and the fans are always stuck at 100% speed (At least they sound like they are). Even when I'm just at the desktop, the fans run at the same speed continuously, even though the temperature of the card is 28°C. Is there any solution to this ?
I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
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Hello there, Iam very glad that I found this topic! I have Z77 OC formula (love that mobo), 3770k@4,8/1,4V and I bought Corsair pro 2400MHz CL11 (2x8). Unfortunately Iam not able to boot with XMP even with higher voltage. I increased VCCSA voltage by 0,15mV, then I was able to boot with XMP but not even close to stable. At the moment I am running and 2200MHz CL11, this seems to be stable, but I want more. Could you please give me some advice? How did you reached 2400MHz+? I have latest stable bios (2.30 I think).
REALLY appreciated it!
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i have this error where it tells me directx 11 i error.And the games such as gta 5 and mostly with directx 11.0 exit or crash on every 5 minutes.When i taked it to he store they told me that the grapichs card is fne.I tried everyting to turnt on orr off vsync still noting to lower the graphics still noting.im runing on a itel i3 7 gen and 8 gb of ram whict has to be the perfect combo for all new games.Also runing windows 10 pro x64 1703.Can you please find a solution.Thanks
Hello! Yesterday I got to install the RX Vega 56 in my friend's computer, since he really wanted a new graphics card. First thing I did was run DDU before removing his old nVidia card, and then install the newest 17.9.2 drivers when the Vega was swapped in. Then I went ahead and set a new clock on the card, about the same I run on my own Vega 56 - 1.05V, 1600Mhz core and 900Mhz memory.
Now, when I boot up any game on it, I can't get the card to run at its full potential. Whether it's PUBG, a Source engine (CS:GO) or Rainbow Six Siege, the GPU usage always varies between 45-60%, and the core clock seems to sit only at about 1200Mhz.
The first and most likely reason for this, in my book, is his CPU. My own Vega with similar settings never dip below 98% usage, but I have an R7 1700. His CPU is a much older i7 2700K. And also, since he's got one of them prebuilt PCs, he doesn't have a cooler capable of much overclocking. But still... It IS a 4 core, 8 thread CPU - is that really the sole reason for the low GPU usage? Is there anything else anyone would reccon I should try?
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We all love Humble Bundle Thanks to them and dev Double Fine Productions (who brought it up to date) are now giving away Psychonauts (2005) was £6.99/$9.99. Grab this classic now as time is very limited - will end in less than 31 hours!
While I've never played this myself it is a fun platformer where the protagonist Raz has physic abilities to solve puzzles and attack enemies, yeah it's kinda wacky.
If you enjoy this title there is a sequel that was crowd funded but distribution is very limited, this is get more eyes on the original and wet your appetite for the much needed follow up. The original didn't sell well under original dev Majesco (under 100k units which is why they are defunct), yet Double Fine Productions sold 1.7MN units when they bought the IP in the period covering 2005-2015, perhaps this is behind the cautious approach for seeking funding for what is a very small studio and avoid history repeating itself.