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BSOD When System "thought" That An Intel I5-750 Platform Was An AMD Phenom ?

Will probably void your warranty. So other products will start to fall in price as the market shifts towards the higher end cards. Their problem lies in the pricing of such chips. Its a waste of time. Bonuses

No way I'd bring a motherboard or anything. Thanks again... For example how big of a difference would it make in dota and csgo SniperHF12-01-2014, 12:30 AMNo i meant CPU-Z, which made me crash 5 times (No error msg, just everything Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: Display Driver crashes on RX 460 vonchen Aug 18, 2016 9:40 AM (in response to smoshi) As for "Failed creating the Direct3d device", try to https://www.vistax64.com/drivers/262278-bsod-when-system-thought-intel-i5-750-platform-amd-phenom.html

Thanks for the help :) Habitat12-01-2014, 12:20 AMquick question is there a huge difference between a 120 hertz 1ms monitor and 120 hertz 2ms monitor? This is my current set up: i7 920, 9GB RAM, Gigabyte Nvidia 670GT, Corsair TX750 V2, Intel 520 120GB SSD, and several HDD for storage. All three of those listed are dual channel capable but only have a single 8gb module. cos most of peoples who face the same issue is having some old rigs paired with rx 460.

For example, in another game I play if it's going to have issues it's when I try to alt tab and I just get a black screen. Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads HWMonitor is the easiest but it doesn't have an on screen display. I think that it might indeed be software.

There's even quad channel now. Which of these would you rather have, considering the following: - Price difference is marginal - Need a balanced build - Staying power (less need for future upgrades) - Both media So I tried to create a new volume, I removed the disk my USB drive was in and added it back, then right clicked and create a new volume. Insula I got all excited when I saw unlocked procs from Intel.

Seems to me that's a better bet. Still I ordered a powered pcie extension, which draws power straight from the PSU, going to put it back to factory clock and test with that, I'll let you know about Skip navigationHomeNewsCommunitiesCorporateRed TeamDevelopersGamingPartnersBusinessSupport ForumsCommunity HelpLog inRegister0SearchSearchSearchCancelError: You don't have JavaScript enabled. Can't hurt to ask.

Spinner Most of the reviews I checked don't even overclock the chip (if they tested it at all) and the ones that did (legit reviews, anand) don't even end up adjusting http://www.kitguru.net/components/cpu/zardon/intel-core-i7-875k-and-i5-655k-processors-review/4/ Will let you guys now how the hackintosh dual-boot works out. Cooler Master Storm Spawn Gaming Mouse Review Evo-G HS1 Gaming Headset Review Add Your Comments Previous Article Intel Sandy Bridge Roadmap Leaked Next Article Load Line Calibration and You View all And it does not work, because I have (most probably) WIN 7 64 Ultimate (genuine copy).

Thanks for all/good read.mgsickler 09-02-2011 11:35:23 AM (UTC)Great read! browse this site No, no... This discussion is now closed. Trevor Bought a i5-750 in november, it is still in its unopened box (because of unexpected cash shortages for the rest of the built), but happy to see that processor is

Type the characters you see in this image: Try different image Continue shopping Conditions of Use Privacy Policy © 1996-2014, Amazon.com, Inc. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: Display Driver crashes on RX 460 ripperbot Nov 25, 2016 8:27 AM (in response to io98) X4 860k, msi a88xi and a corsair cx 430. Yififod very well written entertaining, indepth and enough info to base a purchase on. 875k is on my wish list. read this article They are a lot faster yes, but it's probably not worth it for those needs.

Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: Display Driver crashes on RX 460 amdpete Aug 18, 2016 10:40 AM (in response to vonchen) smoshiCan you please post your GPU BIOS details either Will the cooler fit? its voltages long term are the killer.

MD5 (1.44.2) : 81FB48A6EC7355E8D0DD71ADC2157CF6 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1.43 - January 2008 - Intel Skulltrail platform support (Core 2 Extreme QX9775 + 5400B MCH). - Intel X48 chipset detection. - AMD Athlon 64-LE 1600

What kind of RAM are you using? AC power usage, real world VS synthetic I was really quite impressed as I ran through test.  I was expecting Crysis to be closer to the limit than it is.  As CPU-Z crashing a system would be very strange. After isolating the issue I'd have no problem doing an upgrade/replacement now.

Did you mean Prime95? Knowing how much cheaper and more full featured the AMD platform keeps me coming back every time. Roger Ramjet lovely stuff. http://sortpictures.net/bsod-when/bsod-when-multitasking.html couple slight stutters in new areas of map but pretty much unnoticeable.

I'm sure they probably had a similar monitor there. Completely agree. The Permissions listed for Magnifier in Users\iSunshare\AppData don't list 93 or PUGET - but do list Administrators. LickTheEnvelope12-12-2014, 02:14 AMWow...so when I built my computer a month or so ago it never dawned on me that I would need additional software to be able to watch blu-rays or

This is a very serious concern for a SFF build because of the space limitations for a power supply.  Most SFF cases designed for mini-ITX motherboards either have pico power supplies I noticed on your first post that you had a user named "iSunShare" ... Ya the Y50 does not. CPU cooling - Intel Core stock HSF, and the Prolimatech Samuel 17.

Everything was set to automatic (fan speed, voltages, etc.)2. H55N-USB3 with box and contents H55N-USB3 I/O panel H55N-USB3 H55N-USB3 H55N-USB3 H55N-USB3 Building a mini-ITX based SFF gaming computer So, what components did I use?  How exactly did I put this Well an i7 920 is still a relatively fast CPU, though at stock clocks it will show its age a bit now. Read Here first! #8 PDA Planning to build a new computer?

Zotac H55ITX Then at CES this year, Zotac announced plans to release a new mini-ITX board based around the LGA1156 socket for Intel Core i3/i5/i7 CPUs.  I was drooling on my Farcry 4 crashed, and I decided to run a benchmark after rebooting to see how the system would handle the stress (Heaven 4.0 is what I used): it did not. This isn't low, but I wouldn't expect to be able to stress your PC all that much if you plan on playing graphic intensive games. Rog All Intel is doing is killing it's enthusiast platform, AMD will counter with a price cut to the black edition and the value equation will change again.

An unlocked CPU that isn't price north of 1K that's sheer madness! LickTheEnvelope01-04-2015, 03:13 AMWow you had to take that much apart just for the drive? I've never heard of iSunShare and they weren't supposed to add it to programs. That also tends to be one of the main causes of BSODs.

In one specific case I could never get it right and the range suffered. I need new RAM. It would have been really cool for us to try and promote a 5ghz stable system, but sadly it was not to be.