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Liiioo

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  1. Hello, I have to RX 580 Nitro+ 8GB GPUs running in my PC. A few weeks ago I wanted to do a driver update, but it crashed with a blue screen. This was the case with the last 3 updates or so, I didn't do any update successfuly. Today I wanted to fix it so I used DDU and the AMD Driver uninstaller but nothing helps. Also having only one card in my PC didn't help. The last thing I did was reinstalling Windows, also didn't help. PC Specs: 2x Sapphire RX 580 Nitro+ 8GB i7 4930K ASUS Raumpage IV Extreme 16 GB Corsair RAM 1600MHz Win 10 64Bit 1709
  2. You Ram clocks at 1600MHz, CPU-Z shows the real Clock not the effective one. And for 1866 you have to enable the XMP profile in your BIOS.
  3. If nothing is wrong, you could try something like this: https://www.top-password.com/knowledge/reset-windows-password-with-linux-boot-cd.html
  4. wireless sata + wireless power
  5. What sence would that have?
  6. Thats at my school, at home I only have 30 MBit down and 5 Mbit upload.
  7. I would go with a GTX 1050 or 1050 Ti instead of the GTX 750 Ti.
  8. Windows 10 is downloading all drivers automaticaly, but you should download NVIDA/AMD graphic drivers from their website.
  9. If he absolutely wants it, let him take it. And it still looks better than a big air-cooler.
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