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clemo121

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About clemo121

  • Title
    Newbie

System

  • CPU
    AMD A8 7600 Quad Core
  • Motherboard
    GIGABYTE F2A78M-HD2
  • RAM
    HYPERX 8GB RAM BLUE
  • GPU
    MSI NVIDIA GTX 950 GAMING 2G OC EDITION
  • Case
    BitFenix NOVA
  • Display(s)
    AOC I2369VM 23 inch
  • Cooling
    Corsair H55 Watercooling
  • Operating System
    Windows 8

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  1. Hey guys, Wondering if anyone could advise on this, I have a dedicated server running VMware ESXI 5.6 and I can't seem to get internet on any of my VM's. I'm new to this sort of virtual machine stuff, my VM is Windows Server 2016. Tried to find a guide online but couldn't find anything :( Thanks :)
  2. clemo121

    Best cheap thermal paste?

    Using jizz as thermal paste gone wrong, gone sexual
  3. Hello, I was wondering what the best cheap thermal paste would be. My CPU is AMD A8 7600 and for cooling I use a Corsair H55.
  4. Hello, I was wondering if anyone could tell me the best Motherboard and CPU I can buy for £200 is. Thanks
  5. Could it be the power supply though? Everything boots fine
  6. Oh okay, I'm not 100% sure if I can? I brought the motherboard off eBay a few months ago, it was brand new
  7. I might of touched it yes. I was wearing an anti-static wristband though?
  8. Not touched the BIOS in months. I removed the fan when I tried to fix it. The fan was a molex one.
  9. Hello, I was adding a fan to my PC today and when I tried to turn it back on it booted up to the bios but the bios was a blue screen that only said "GIGABYTE - UEFI DualBIOS" (As seen in picture). It will keep displaying this screen for about 5 seconds then turn off and so far it seems to be in a continuous cycle. I have tried removing and putting back in the CMOS battery and tried to move around RAM sticks and leave only one in. I have also tried moving the SATA cables around the motherboard. I have a GIGABYTE F2A78M-HD2 Motherboard Sorry if I have missed anything out.
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