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astranger200

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  1. it shouldnt have, but it could have. I would first be reseting your bios (how to do this depends on your board, but you can always just take out the cmos battery, unplug the power and hold the power button for 30 sec). if that doesnt work, try the onboard gpu if you have one. check all your cables are plugged in correctly
  2. sorry but those images dont work. please just list the model number
  3. might be a dumb question but have you checked the drive and formatted windows? otherwise I would be pointing at that ram
  4. ^^ agreed with this. cheap and cheerful until they can work to buy their own, so you teach them the value of saving
  5. pick up a second hand 4790k, overclock the shit out of it, and buy a 5700xt with the remaining money and maybe a new cooler if you wanna treat yourself
  6. from my experience they are pretty alright. warranty however I wouldnt be so sure about
  7. they deffinitely loook like gpu artifacts. load up a stress test like unengine heaven ect and let that run for a good while. if it artifacts yiour gpu is ketut
  8. try seeing if you can replace the cells in the battery. older dells are all 18650 cells
  9. in theory it wont work, but in practice it may, I would go 4x 2gb
  10. yeah but personal prefferences ect for looks
  11. I agree with the above. change the case and cooler to your taste ect
  12. when you say run those games, do you mean run servers for? see if you can pick up and old rack mount with 2x5650s and 64gb ram, should be about $100 usd
  13. do yourself a favour and at that price point stick with a ryzen 7 3700x. much better value.as for board, take your pick of x570 boards, they are all great. just pick the one that suits your needs best. get the cheapest ram that will do 3600mhz, cheapest decent pcie ssd, and a evga 650w g3
  14. blade stealth is always a good bet, otherwise an xps 13 with a dgpu
  15. costs less, performs round bout the same unless you are playing in 1080p
  16. im well awear. im telling you that if it has an m.2 slot, that specific model does support nvme
  17. they are an older design and do have some downfalls but overall are ok quality and I havent seen too many people having issues with them. for a low powered apu build its fine
  18. agreed with both. having an ssd will help it sell
  19. im missing the point of this post?!? it will work fine if thats what you are asking
  20. dry EVERYTHING, if in doubt, soak it all in isopropyl alcohol. let it all sit for a few days at least, especially the psu
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