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Fixinit1

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About Fixinit1

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    Member
  • Birthday 2003-09-24

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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Canada

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2400G
  • Motherboard
    MSI B350 Tomahawk
  • RAM
    8GB DDR4 3000 MHz Geil Super Luce RGB Sync
  • GPU
    Vega 11
  • Case
    Phanteks P350X
  • Storage
    Samsung 860 EVO 240GB, 1TB WD Blue HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA 450BT
  • Display(s)
    Acer K222HQL
  • Cooling
    Wraith Steath(Stock)
  • Keyboard
    Logitech MK300
  • Mouse
    Logitech G203
  • Sound
    Logitech Z337
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
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  1. Fixinit1

    6 pins and 8 pins to graphics card error message

    The first thing to try is to open up the pc, and simply remove and reinsert(this process is called "re-seating") the cables, just to address what the error message is saying. Be careful when removing the cables, there is a little clip on the top you need to hold while removing them.
  2. Fixinit1

    Floatplane/LTT forum - text instead of icons

    Try edge or chrome and see if the issue persists
  3. Fixinit1

    GTX 1080 "idle" while gaming

    What's you CPU at? Is it a bottleneck?
  4. First of all, max turbo boost is 3.8GHz. I generally don't trust UserBenchmark, there's a lot of garbage on there, and stuff that isn't garbage but is just an extreme overclock. I'm not super knowledgeable regarding Xeons, but is there maybe a voltage setting in the BIOS? It might not be getting enough to go all the way up to 3.8GHz?
  5. Fixinit1

    SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME!

    Give DDU a try, see if you can get rid of the driver.
  6. Fixinit1

    How do I use two speakers at the same time?

    Have you tried this?
  7. Fixinit1

    Need help troubleshooting

    What keyboard are you using?
  8. So I need to get a new wireless adapter, as my current one was $10 and is complete garbage. Wired is not an option for me, as our router is on the main floor and I'm on the second floor. I need wireless AC, as the 5GHz connection is strong here, and Bluetooth is a plus. Currently, I'm deciding between this Gigabyte one and this Asus one. Is there any difference? Should I take one over the other? Is there a different one sub $60 CAD someone might recommend? Thanks, Alex.
  9. Fixinit1

    Building my pc

    Suspected to release around Computex, so June-ish, if I remember correctly.
  10. Fixinit1

    Building my pc

    If you can wait a few months, the Ryzen 3000(Zen 2 architecture) series is coming soon and looks really promising.
  11. Fixinit1

    Weird GPU Fan Noise

    One of the fans on my Gigabyte G1 1060 6GB is making this weird clicking noise in the 40%-60% speed range. It's similar in sound type to the clicking of a hard driver, and it's only on the left fan. Below 40% it doesn't exist, and above 60% it goes away. The right fan just had an issue of bumping against the shroud, which I fixed, but now that the louder sound is gone I can hear this one. Does anyone have any recommendations? I was thinking lube, but knowing Gigabyte that'll probably void my warranty. It definitely sounds like it's in the bearing, not rubbing. I also checked the fan cable, it's clear. I don't think it would be worth the time without it for the RMA, so if nobody's got any suggestions I guess I'll just have to live with it. Thanks, Alex.
  12. I'm not suggesting that, I'm just suggesting you type your ideas into one post as opposed to three.
  13. Where did you get the BIOS update that you used? And in addition to that, If you want support, I'd contact your motherboard manufacturer, not CPU retailer. They will be significantly more helpful. Can you stop with the spam? EDIT: I see you already told us. The MSI website is definitely the right place.
  14. Usually, I'd say this is a good idea but not absolutely necessary. While Ryzen does benefit form faster RAM, it's about a 3-5% increase in performance at most, and a much larger price increase usually. In this case though, I'd say 3000 mhz RAM is a great idea, since the APU will be using the RAM as it's VRAM. If you google around and watch some comparisons, you'll see that even 2666 mhz RAM is a nice FPS boost. Just wanted to emphasize that.
  15. Fixinit1

    1440p 144hz vs 1080p 240hz

    What GPU do you have? Changes which one would be better.
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