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lolimpol

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About lolimpol

  • Title
    I don't sipp, I succ
  • Birthday 2003-04-11

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    48.067399, 12.862966
  • Interests
    Hardware, Diy electronics, Networking
  • Biography
    I like pancakes and toast.
  • Occupation
    School

System

  • CPU
    AMD FX 8350
  • Motherboard
    MSI 990FXA GaMiNG
  • RAM
    8gig crucial low profile
  • GPU
    GT 210 with gtx 645 2gb
  • Case
    NZXT. S340
  • Storage
    WD blue 1tb
  • PSU
    Corsair builder series 600 watt
  • Display(s)
    2x acer k222HQL
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Seidon 120 V2
  • Keyboard
    logitech g19
  • Mouse
    Steelseries Rival 100
  • Sound
    logitech X-230
  • Operating System
    windows .1 :C

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  1. I recently bought an MSI RX470 4G, used. I replaced my GT645, but I got no display, I did get display when switching back to the GT645, even with the RX470 in the top PCI-E slot. The fans don't spin but the lights do go on I tried a different PCI-E slot, updated the BIOS (MSI 990FXA gaming), tried resetting the CMOS, removed all but one RAM stick, Disabled fast boot, Tried a different PCI-E-power cable, Something to mention is that the card does the exact same thing without the PCI-E power plugged in, as well as the seller said that it doesn't make contact sometimes, but I've wiggled it about a 100 times (connector isn't loose though) My PSU is a Corsair CX600 What could be going on here? Possibly defective DVI?
  2. That's true, but I just found out how much motherboard cost for that thing! Hell no. 2700 it is. Now for some GPU's
  3. The gaming performance seems to be great anyways, and since I do a lot of other things except for gaming, combined with the fact that I can actually find this on the used market here, In going to buy a 2700.
  4. So a 2700 is a better option than a 3600 for multitasking? Also I've seen that a 1900x threadripper goes for the same amount as a 2700, should I do that instead?
  5. Sounds awesome. I remember fearing the death of AMD because they were so far behind. Before Ryzen they had FX from 2012. You were better off on an Android
  6. Allright, I think I'm going to go with the 3d gen
  7. Wow is AMD on par? I get why they absolutely dominate the market haha. I remember when my 8 core 4ghz FX was comparable to a 2c 4t i5 from an office pc
  8. So is it worth the extra cost? I'm coming from an FX-8350, because I like the extra power. To be able to watch YouTube while gaming, while running a server.
  9. So I used to be an avid pc enthusiast. I used to know all the processors there were. But then I went on a 2 year(ish) break. Now I left when Ryzen was introduced first. And now it looks like Ryzen dominates the market? And why the hell are RAM prices so fricking high?! Ok my real question: what's the difference between Ryzen gen 1, 2 and 3? I want to build a €800(ish) pc. Thanks!
  10. Alright, the verdict is that the PWM controller is broken :(.
  11. Ok that I might be able to do, I'll report back later
  12. I tried using another unmodified extension (from the other fan pack, so with the resistor I presume), but that didn't work. And the legs just came off, so no legs just resistor. Edit: those are the cables mentioned above.
  13. So I am not using my fans in my case, but in the top of our wood burning stove exit pipe (or something like that) and I soldered the connectors of the noctua extension cables to a long cable, and did the same at the bottom. The only thing is that I accidentally cut of a resistor, and now the fans run at full speed all the time, no more PWM! How do I fix this?
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