I have an i7 4970k and the Gigabyte board. It seems the main options to do the overclocking are locked. I've tried all different types of configs to see if they'll unlock. Does anyone have this board or an idea of what the hell I'm doing wrong? And yes I have done overclocking before. I'm not an...
Anyone running it yet? I like it so far. Does not seem to slow system down. I usually run Webroot, but thought I'd try the beta. I know there are those who still HATE Norton, but I think it's actually a pretty good security program. The whole package if you will.
I've seen a few others on Nvidia's forum with this issue. I installed a fresh copy of W8.1 and then installed the latest drivers from Nvidia and after my PC came out of sleep the fans on my MSI GTX780 are running a max. Only way to fix is to fully uninstall the drivers which works some times or...
1~ MSI Reference when it was still $399. Fan made weird rattling noise that just got worse.
2~ Gigabyte non-reference started screen tearing and rebooting PC
3~ Sapphire non-reference fans made strange whirring sound when they ran at higher RPMs
4~ Asus non-reference makes coil whining noise...
MSI R9 290 4GD5 (V803) is the one I got from NE. I wonder what the V803 means?:confused:
After some research it could possibly be part of the model number, but not sure.
Just got my 290 and AB does not allow changes to the core voltage. I even modified the .cfg file to no avail. Any ideas?
Just found my answer. Doesn't support it yet.
According to the information we received from manufacturer AMD has postponed the launch of the Radeon R9 290X.
Its not October 15th
Long story short it is not October 15th and the final date has not been disclosed yet. Of course Im talking about the embargo on...
I like it overall. Feels nice in your hand. The DPI buttons on mine were not on it very well. The back one especially was flimsy as hell. Going to have to RMA it I guess. Maybe a second try will work out.:confused:
Not sure if this has made it here yet. Sorry if it has.
Newegg takes care of returns.
Ok, this thing has the standard 20/24 pin on one end and then a 18/10 on the other. I'm assuming the 24pin goes to the MB and 18 goes to the PSU. There isn't a place for the 10 pin that I can see. Any suggestions are more than welcome. Corsair instructions on this are non-existent.
I've got 2 Samsung 840 Pro's 128 gb in RAID0 on my MSI board. I have a Samsung 840 Pro 256 on the secondary SATA III controller (Asmedia). The Asmedia only benches the thing to around 340 seq. Is there any add on SATA III cards that would do better?