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  1. Hi, I'm building a PC however I'm without a case this time, for the time being, I want to know if setting my motherboard, along with my PSU and HDD on a cardboard box will short anything and ruin my whole system. I haven't plugged anything into the motherboard yet (power wise) in fear of frying it, so am I okay with just setting on a cardboard box? -Thanks
  2. So I was planning on doing a clean install of Windows 10 because a new version of a game is releasing tomorrow (Prepar3D v4) and I want nothing to do with the previous version, so I decided to do a clean install of windows. My question is, when I do the clean install, will I have to go to a bunch of websites and re-install all of my drivers???
  3. So yesterday my microphone was working fine. It's the Blue Yeti, just the normal one. Today when I tried to call a friend it didn't work...I tested it on Audacity and didn't work... SO I looked up the problem and I tried uninstalling the drivers and then when I'd restart my PC would re-install them. I've switched USB ports, front and back. I could hear myself if I directly plugged my headphones into the microphone. Could it be a bad cable??? I have no idea what the problem is and nothing is fixing it..
  4. It worked, I guess it was an older version. But now it sees it. Thanks!!
  5. How can I tell if it's in legacy??
  6. The SSD is in AHCI right now, how do I get it to "IDE" (MSI BIOS)
  7. Alright let me try that, the SSD is in SATA 1 at the moment
  8. I had the HDD unplugged before hand as well. I'll re-arrange the order, maybe it's a bad SATA port.? Not sure though considering the motherboard sees it
  9. So here I am, doing a clean install, new pc and such. I get into the windows installation, and it gives me the error: "No device drivers were found, Make sure the installation media contains the correct drivers, and then click OK". I've already done the disk part and clean the disk(SSD) buy that didn't work. Both the HDD and SSD are showing up in the BIOS. I am installing this off of a USB. So what do I have to do for it to see the SSD?? SSD model: Kingston Hyper X 120gb
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    Windows 7 on USB ?

    So I say Windows 7 on a USB meaning, I download the ISO file/folder onto the USB, plug the USB into my new computer, and then it'll just install it off the USB. My question is, can it be any typical USB flash drive?
  11. Thanks, and I can agree with you on the 980 apart, it only BARELY misses on a few benchmarks. Thanks for the help, just wanted to be sure of myself
  12. I currently have the MSI GTX 1060, and I'm hoping to finish up my gaming setup with an LG 29UM68-P (From Amazon). I am choosing this monitor under a budget. But my question is, will I be able to run the ultrawide with my 1060? Or will I need a g-sync monitor?
  13. So I just finished building my first PC, 6700K @ 4.6 GHz, MSI GTX 1060, (if you need more specs just ask). I'm looking for a monitor with intentions of gaming @ 1080p. I also plan on buying 2 monitors just to make things easier and organize better etc etc. So, can anyone suggest me a good monitor? Thanks!
  14. So I was simply taking the CPU socket cover off my motherboard this morning and the corner jabbed a few of the pins on the socket. So does anyone know if I can separately purchase that part rather than having to buy a completely new mobo?
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