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  1. Update: I noticed my speaker was not plug in so after I plugged in I switch on my pc and this time both vga and boot debug light is on and it make a 1 long beep sound then nothing. I also haven’t received my friend CPU yet. What does the 1 long beep says?
  2. Yeah I was trying to do that just wanted to confirm if it’s really the bios thanks for the feedback appreciate it
  3. I’m currently facing a new problem with my build and have spent hours on it but couldn’t figure it out. Motherboard : MSI A320 Gaming Pro CPU : Ryzen 5 2600 CPU Cooler : Cooler Master Hyper 411r GPU : Gigabyte GTX 1050 TI Twin Fan OC Ram : GEIL 8GB DDR4 PSU : Cooler Master 550w The motherboard and ram was given to me by my friend which he seldom use. This was supposed to be a budget build to let me play some light games. But now I’m currently facing a problem where my Debug LED is on for my VGA and BOOT. I couldn’t event get to the BIOS when it turns on the fans is running but the display is just black. Is it because of the bios? Because my friend told me he didn’t update the bios before and previously he used an Ryzen 5 1600. Which the firmware is different than the Ryzen 5 2600. Anyone has this problem too or have any suggestions?
  4. If lets say i pick this GALAX A320M which is a really tight budget motherboard would it be a steal or it would not be reliable after some times.
  5. Why though? also can i get ur recommendation on which board is much more better? The MSI B450M PRO-M2 V2 or the ASUS PRIME A320M-K
  6. Not really tight of a budget just want to save as much as I can since I rarely play Triple A game
  7. Is the Athlon good for gaming? If not I think I would stick with the Ryzen 5 2600
  8. yes that's correct and I also would like to ask is there anyway to change to a more budget CPU?
  9. Im just using my old case that i've been using for years and the cooler was quite new there are a few things that i'm using back such as the GPU, HDD, PSU and the Cooler
  10. Before you check out the build I'm going, Please note that I'm aiming for a BUDGET BUILD and not an expensive build. The Build: Proccesor : AMD Ryzen™ 5 2600 Motherboard : ASUS PRIME A320M-K Cooler : Cooler Master Hyper H411R GPU : GTX 1050 TI HDD : Seagate Barracuda 1TB Case : Cooler Master Elite 311 Ram : KINGSTON HyperX Fury 8GB DDR4 RAM (Planning to get one first) SSD : (Thinking about it) PSU : GX 550W Bronze Case Fan: 1 Will this build work without any problem don't really want to have any problem in the future
  11. Update: Just did a Windows Memory Diagnostic and it show up no error but still crashes when I'm playing game or even watching Youtube. Any help I can get over here?
  12. The Build: Proccesor : Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2320 CPU @ 3.00GHz Motherboard : Asus P8H61-M LE/USB 3.0 Cooler : Cooler Master Hyper H411R GPU : GTX 1050 TI HDD : Seagate Barracuda 1TB Case : Cooler Master Elite 311 Ram : 2x 4GB Kingston ( 1 of them is 1333mhz and the other is 1600mhz but i dont think it caused the crash as this ram has been a long time) PSU : GX 550W Bronze Case Fan: 1 Recently i been getting random crashes when I'm playing games and it would make buzzing sounds even when I'm browing the web or watching youtube it will still crash. So I thought it was the CPU getting hot and I change my new thermal paste which i bought but it still crashes. After that I decided to do a stress run on my CPU for 30 minutes and it did not crash and the temperature it went to the highest was 80 degree Celsius. I also did memtest86 for my ram to check if there's any error and there's no error with my ram so I was wondering what could cause it to crash. Is my RAM faulty because i use it for more than 6 years or is the power supply not enough which could cause random crashes? I did a clean install of windows and downloaded back all the newest driver but it still crash, I'm at lost here please lend a hand to me I don't know what can I do now.
  13. Why doesn’t it make sense though? Also today I only use google chrome and Microsoft visual 2019 and my computer froze but this time does not make any sound could it still be the ram problem? And when I restart my pc it didn’t show anything but when I restart the 2nd time it only show me the ASUS logo
  14. But im pretty sure my PSU could run the whole system if my PSU is faulty i wouldnt be able to on my PC right
  15. Yes i did checked that too but nothing comes up
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