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Manage My Cables

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  1. 8 minutes ago, nulswift said:



    I've been trying to find a tread or even anything on the web. That will show different gaming rig builds and test them on games after to shoe their performance/FPS. 


    I'd like to see what a given combination of parts will give you in terms of game play. 



    Besides looking up benchmarks theres not much else. And when it comes to gaming performance you really on need to see benchmarks for the CPU and GPU

  2. 1 minute ago, Rodniz said:

    As a guy, who never done anything near soldering, i had that problem once. I just cut the bad piece out, desolated the ends of both pieces, twisted them together and isolated them with eletrical tape. not pretty, but worked as long as i had my laptop.

    From what I could see it's fibre with a thin metal or similer braided sheath. I'll see if anybody else has any ideas before I try anything. 


    Thanks :) 

  3. Hello,


    So after rushing to put my laptop ( Toshiba Satellite A660 ) back together after installing new ram and general cleaning I noticed the WIFI was cutting out and not connecting. So I pulled it back apart and realised the white cable with that connects to the WIFI m.2 card and runs up around the motherboard and into the bezel to a small hidden antenna. The cable had slipped out of cable management hook and got into the way of one of the screws that secures the motherboard to the laptop case and got cut by it when reassembling it. I have no idea how to open the bezel of the screen to replace the cable and wasn't sure if the cable is able to be soldered back together. 


    The cable is a 

    Mini PCI U.FL / IPX to RP-SMA Antenna WiFi Pigtail Cable Connector



  4. 2 minutes ago, DeezNoNos said:

    I dont know if this is the right thread but is there a market for overclockable pcs in pakistan. Cause i am think to build one and then sell for profit and stuff.

    If you have to ask if there's a market then there probably isn't one.


  5. 2 minutes ago, MikeBurr said:

    Oooh this can be worrying. If you are sure its the CPU there is nothing much u can do. You will have to get your warranty back or something if it is brand new. Have you checked to see if the CPU fan is plugged in and the CPU power cable isn't faulty?

    The fan has nothing to do with a the cpu besides keeping it cool. And if his other cpu works on the same board then it's clearly a dead cpu and not a cable error.