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  2. inb4 someone has a copy of the tear down and spams the net with it.
  3. Hi Guys, I got a great deal on a used powercolor Vega 56 reference design and decided to Upgrade from my GTX 1060. The Problem is the PC doesnt recognize the Card. I am running an ASRock h97 pro 4 board with an Intel 5 4460. The Powersupply is a Corsair vs 650. The Logo Turns on and the Fan Starts spinning. Still the Card isnt recognized. Steps tanken so far: Updated to latest BIOS. Reinstalled the 1060 to Check the Slot (Works fine) Tested the Card in a Friends System with a bequiet 580watt Powersupply and IT worked fine (am4 Board and ryzen 5 2600……) I noticed that on My Friends System There we're also Red LEDs lightning Up near the pcie cables (with My System they dont) What to do next? Is it a Powersuply issue? I know the vs isnt the best but i thougnt IT would do the Job. Thanks for your Help in advance.
  4. They blame smartphones, yet, where are they in the smartphone business? You never hear about Canon developing sensors make lenses. You typically just hear Sony, Samsung, Apple, and Carl Zeiss. Canon, you have the knowledge to make super small sensors and lenses. Get into the game or stop complaining.
  5. You obviously haven't read op or any of the comments or have never used chrome or android.
  6. jstudrawa

    are M.2 SATA and NVMe

    No, more power doesn't hurt. You only use what you need, it's not forcing more power to your parts. 2 cards is good only if supported, which many games do not. Spend more on one card than 2 lesser.
  7. Leave it to the Verge to be the douches in this situation. No one is dumb enough to think they can mitigate the bad press. It's been such a hot topic.
  8. fasauceome

    Any ideas on a buget PC build

    make sure to quote people so they see your response. Quite a lot for an upgrade of the platform, how's this work? PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant Type Item Price CPU AMD - Ryzen 5 2600 3.4 GHz 6-Core Processor £137.98 @ Aria PC Motherboard Gigabyte - X470 AORUS ULTRA GAMING ATX AM4 Motherboard £124.99 @ Amazon UK Memory Corsair - Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3000 Memory £75.99 @ Aria PC Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts Total £338.96 Generated by PCPartPicker 2019-04-26 17:49 BST+0100
  9. Only if you overclock it to kingdom come. I can get my VEGA to ~400W and that's what you need. Or some other higher end Card. Your card is somewhat around 150W. So for 400W you need to push the CPU to 250W, wich is possible but not recommended. If you had a Powermeter, you'd see that. No, that's total nonsense. YOu don't know what the Future brings, I don't. You can't assume shit. A 10 year old PSU was never a good idea in any modern computer at any time - nor was it possible until recently. But even today you must not do that. What we know is that there might be a bigger change coming. And also that ATX is bullshit, total garbage for modern Systems. What you want today is a 12V Only Powersupply with maybe a mediocre 5-10A 5V Rail for Compatibility and older drives. And that's it.... You don't want/need 3,3V for example. And also you don't want/need 10 pins for 3,3V and 5V...
  10. brob

    $ 1300 build

    Less storage with a more powerful gpu & cpu, no cpu overclocking. PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant CPU: Intel - Core i7-8700 3.2 GHz 6-Core Processor ($294.99 @ Walmart) Motherboard: Gigabyte - H370 AORUS Gaming 3 WIFI ATX LGA1151 Motherboard ($129.99 @ Amazon) Memory: Team - T-Force Delta RGB 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-2666 Memory ($74.99 @ Newegg) Storage: ADATA - XPG SX8200 Pro 1 TB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive ($162.99 @ Amazon) Video Card: EVGA - GeForce RTX 2070 8 GB Black Video Card ($499.99 @ Amazon) Case: Fractal Design - Define C ATX Mid Tower Case ($86.02 @ Walmart) Power Supply: Corsair - CXM (2015) 450 W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply ($44.98 @ Newegg) Total: $1293.95 Generated by PCPartPicker 2019-04-26 12:45 EDT-0400
  11. jstudrawa

    baraguda pro 6TB hdd or western black 6TB?

    Well shit, you're screwed then. People will always disagree on things. Believe them then, the barracuda is faster and better. Plus it's prettier.
  12. destroyerjkj

    baraguda pro 6TB hdd or western black 6TB?

    also some people say that black drives have bad temperatures and noices
  13. Hi. I recently noticed something: when i turn the pc on, power led turns on for 3 seconds aprox and then turns off. While the mobo is recognizing everything is on and when it post it dissapears. What can the issue be? Thanks. I have an i5 9600k, an asus maximus hero xi wifi, 2x8gb crucial ballistix, a gtx 1070 ti from evga, a bitfenix whisper m 750w, 2x ssd samsung and an old tt versa h34.
  14. OCNewb4Nudez

    fx-8350 + asus m5a75l-mlx plus usb3 overclocking help

    I set the LLC to 70.95% still getting the same issue. My temps never go above 45C....I've never done this before. What is a VRM? I'll probably just leave it as stock if it can't be done,This is mainly because I'm upgrading everything once the new consoles come out
  15. SirBond

    are M.2 SATA and NVMe

    Okay. Another questions. Does I make damaged the hardware. If I have an "overkill" PSU. let's say pcpartpicker.com says that is fine whit a 750W PSU and use a 1000W PSU? And what is the advantage to have 2 gfx. Will I get some really good advantage to have that if I'am not a hardcore gamer?
  16. so everybody knows that SLI/crossfire scaling for games is trash. you would be lucky to see %10-%20 more FPS for the first card and horribly diminished returns for every card after. my question is. do tools like blender/auto-desk etc scale similarly? or do they even support multi GPU with or without SLI? (cards that don't support SLI/crossfire) im currently using a machine with a phenom II chip 6 cores no HT, 3.2 ghz nvidia gtx 650, 12gb of ram yea. its dated. and even starts chugging working on simple models in sketchup. was a great little rig years back. but time is catching up and the prices of threadripper are becoming more reasonable and i'm thinking of doing a render-box build i'm planning a Threadripper 1920x and maybe 1x RX vega 64 or 2x RX 580 (this is more friendly for over time) but like i said. i don't know how well tools scale with multiple GPUs any tips or suggestions are welcome.
  17. sure but is using ibm that big of a problem if you want to run a gpu farm? and we only have confirmation of gpu to gpu IF, nothing on gpu - cpu
  18. destroyerjkj

    baraguda pro 6TB hdd or western black 6TB?

    but some people say that in bechmarks the baraguda pro are faster from black 6TB in loading times in gaming or move or copy large files and etc?
  19. If that is your goal then sell the 3000's and buy some 4200mhz sticks samsung b die, the problem with ram overclocking is the silicone lottery with ram sticks is not as tightly tested so you either get lucky or not at all.
  20. I remember the old model having serious issue with bacterial growth inside. Not sure if the TR4 2 fixes that but I'd be cautious
  21. You could've just used a theme the whole time lol
  22. Corsair Nick

    Replacement Side panel

    Just checked with our webstore team and the best solution I can suggest is to submit an RMA on our support site for a replacement panel. You can do so through link below, and one of tech support reps can help you out from there. Let me know if you have any questions. https://support.corsair.com/
  23. jstudrawa

    baraguda pro 6TB hdd or western black 6TB?

    I think what you want is us to say one is better, prove it beyond a shadow of a doubt, and be unanimous. Ain't going to happen. They're both good, made of great materials, have great controllers and perform very well for years and even decades.
  24. i can only get 1 outtake casefan, if i replace cooler master masterliquid lite 120, will that replace casefan too? or can should i just use my only casefan and cryorig H7.. (same price for both)
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