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About Albie

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  • Birthday 1996-08-15

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  • Gender
  • Occupation
    University Student


  • CPU
    AMD 6300 @3.5ghz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte 78LMT-USB3
  • RAM
    8GB (2x4GB) Kingston DDR3 @1333MHz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Radeon R9-280X Windforce OC edition
  • Case
    Corsair 300R
  • Storage
    WD Caviar Blue 1TB & Intel 120GB 530 Series
  • PSU
    Corsair RM650
  • Cooling
    Case: Be Quiet! Pure Wings 2x3 Cpu: Cooler Master Hyper 212 X
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G105
  • Mouse
    Razer Abyssus
  • Sound
    Kingston Hyper X Cloud 2
  • Operating System
    Windows 7 Pro 64bit

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  1. Yeah sorry about that mate, some else might have an idea but I don't, been though all possible things I know.
  2. Make sure its good, did you by any chance short anything? Did you wear an antistatic wristband? If you did short some then that could be the cause, not much you could do about that tho.
  3. Yes the keyboard and mouse etc could light up and work due to low power draw, when the GPU and CPU being to take in more power it could cause the PSU to act up, I've had a faulty PSU that I could get into windows with, browse YouTube bit as soon as I played a game or did anything like that the PC would crash, the PSU did this on different machines as well but after a new PSU was in place everything was normal. Have you got a warranty on your PSU or CPU? Could you easily sent it to the supplier for them to check?
  4. Goodie I like this topic and have being studying it in uni, the general and common conclusion in studies is that violent video games can cause aggression in people of all ages, this can be attributed to the difculty of the game, another main thing pointed out is that aggression does not equal violence or violent behavor and most of the aggression that comes from violent video games is generally directed towards the game and not a particular person, animal etc. You probably could make a case that difficult games in general (puzzle games etc.) that contain no violence could also cause aggression.
  5. Try a different PSU if you can, and how hot does your room get? CX tend to do dislike heat more than other PSUs and tend to fail.
  6. Try the one from your friends build, you don't want to be buying a new PSU if you old one still might be fine.
  7. Try a different PSU, your one might be failing, hard restarts in a computer could indicate it is failing or can't handle the load/ heat
  8. I'm not worried about if the w is enough it just can it delivery it and the amps etc. If it is faulty it might not and it could cause problems, age also doesn't matter, I've had a good PSU go bad after 3 months sometimes it just bad luck. That being said and as you don't have another PSU to check it with I would say that it is the gpu it is old and whatnot but without testing with other GPUs etc I would only be 90% sure.
  9. $2/L nzd here in nz, so about £1/L or $1.26 USD/L
  10. If you have another PSU try that.
  11. Or if your mobo uses uefi and your GPU doesn't support it, it might not work, in that case switch pcie between uefi/legacy and try it. I speak from experience and many sleepless nights.
  12. Albie


    Hahahaha...yeah they won't...
  13. BIOS and if that works windows, but when you disconnect boot drive only boot into BIOS (obviously)
  14. If that doesn't work you PSU might be failing so try another one.
  15. Here's random guess, I do know long beeps on startup mean something is wrong with the ram... Just a thought.