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  1. Togglebg

    New build no post

    Sorry for super long time with no reply, but the mobo was defective after all.
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    New build no post

    There is no post, no bios settings, nothing. I just flashed a new bios using the bios USB slot at the back but this also did not help. Tomorrow when the light is better I will take another look for any bent pins I guess.
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    New build no post

    It is showing 00
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    New build no post

    I check to make sure but both are plugged in nice and tight (it clips in). I think I might have to contact the vendor and see if they can troubleshoot and replace the mobo
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    New build no post

    Yes I removed the GPU and plugged in the monitor to the mobo HDMI, but still does not help.
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    New build no post

    There is no beep, everything turns on but it gets nowhere after that.
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    New build no post

    When I took out the CPU i did look but didn't notice anything out of the ordinary. I also don't see anything wrong with the capacitors now that I am taking a look. The Mobo is brand new like everything else.
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    New build no post

    Hi, I'm having a really tough time and am hoping someone can help. I built a new rig and it turns on, but does not post. The Motherboard has a CPU LED that is constantly red. I tried removing the GPU, re-seating the CPU and it's cooler and 1 stick of ram in each slot 1 by 1. All power cables are connected as well. The GPU and the cooler light up and all the fans spin. The monitor was tested by plugging into a laptop and it works. A second monitor was also tested (this time via display port instead of hdmi) and also remains black. My biggest nightmare would be a faulty motherboard or CPU so I hope there is a solution that does not involve me trying to return components. CPU: i9-9900k Mobo: Maximus XI Code Ram: 1x8gb G.Skill Ripjaws 3200mhz (temporary ram until the other one arrives) GPU: Strix 2080 ti OC PSU: Supernova G3 850w Cooler: Corsair H115i
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    Question regarding GPU temps

    The reason I ask in advance is because this case only has 2 slots at the front (already occupied by the AIO) and 1 at rear (only 120mm) and 1 top (only 140mm). If the GPU temps are climbing too high, I have to buy an entire new case, since there will be no way to put more cooling into this one.
  10. Hey all, I'm building a new system and I wanted some opinions before I buy the case. I really love the look of the NZXT H500 and basically what I wanted to know is if it will cook my GPU. I'm getting an Asus Strix RTX 2080TI, an i9-9900k and the CPU will be cooled by a Corsair h115i mounted at the front. The 2 stock fans (top and rear exhaust) will be replaced with Corsair LL120 again as exhaust. Is this setup going to kill the GPU? Thank you!
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    Question about GPU upgrade

    I guess I can go with a Sapphire r9 280 since it's the cheapest of the bunch. I'm wondering between a few PSUs though, a Corsair VS 550/650 or a Corsair Builder Series 600.
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    Question about GPU upgrade

    I'd love a 280x but it's above what I can afford, so I have to choose between the 960 or 280 I saw on videocardbenchmarks that 960 has more than the 280 but I also read in a lot of places that the 280 will perform better (even a topic asking about it with the exact CPU as mine). So yeah this confuses me.
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    Question about GPU upgrade

    Hello, this is my first time here so I hope I'm posting in the right place. Basically I'm looking to replace my shitty Sapphire 6670 2gb. My current specs are: CPU- i5 2320 8gb ram MOBO- Asus P8H67 Very cheap 460 watt power supply What I need from the future GPU is playing at 1080p with decent settings and FPS, for example CS:GO at no less than 150 fps and GTA 5 at whatever it can reach really. I've been looking into many GPUs and right now I seem to like either the GTX960 or the R9 280. I would like to try an Nvidia GPU, but I won't buy one just for that if it's performance will be worse coupled with my CPU. From what I understand I'll also need a new PSU as well, would love some recommendations on that too.
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