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  1. Turns out all I had to do was rollback my audio bus drivers and it reinstalled realtek for me, so now my issue is fixed. But thanks for the advice!
  2. I have switched my RX 560 to a nvidia 1660 6gb, before I did the swap I used DDU to uninstall my AMD display drivers. I was successful in switching my GPU but my audio no longer worked. When I went into device manager the only things in Sound, Video and Game Controllers were -NVIDIA High Definition Audio -NVIDIA Virtual Audio Device (Wave Extensible) (WDM) There is also an X mark over my sound icon next to the system tray and when i click on it it troubleshoots my audio and tells me my NVIDIA hdmi audio isn't plugged in. After having to deal with all of this I tried going to the realtek audio manager files in program files and starting the .exe there but it just wouldn't launch. I have tried numerous times to reinstall the audio manager off of Realtek's website but each time it told me to restart my PC and no changes were made. I have found no solution to this and I am all out of ideas, thanks in advance to anyone who can help. Also, "High Definition Audio Bus" in Device Manager under System Devices has a exclamation mark on it and it gives me error code 39.
  3. I was originally going to replace my 2gb rx 560 with a 1060 6gb, as my PSU allows it and I found one for only 200$. That was until I saw a 1660 (not ti) for only 20$ more, I understand the bottleneck difference is larger between the two but will it make that much of a difference if i get the 1660? The 1060 will bottleneck less while the 1660 is better performance wise but will bottleneck more.
  4. @WoodenMarker My case is a Phanteks Eclipse p300 Sorry if case is dusty, this is the first time i've opened up the back panel on my pc. The PSU is black with one sticker on the top with the code. Other than that there are no stickers on any other sides. (The other side opposite this picture may have stickers on it but I couldn't get to it just from the back panel)
  5. @BigRom If it helps I'm also not overclocking my CPU and not planning to since I have a stock cooler.
  6. @Spotty After opening up the side panel the only identification on my PSU I could find was this code CIN:0450AT171924 It may of had a branding sticker on the other side but to see that I would’ve had to remove the PSU from my case.
  7. Alright, I think I'll wait a little bit longer and save up for a new PSU while I'm at it. Thanks for informing me on this, it's better that I know now rather than be disappointed when I get it.
  8. I'm looking to upgrade my RX 560 2gb to a GTX 1060 6gb, i'm not that concerned about bottlenecking either. My only concern is that if my 450w PSU is enough to handle it. Here are my PC Specs: AMD FX-6300 3.5ghz RX 560 2gb 16gb of 800mhz ddr3 1.tb HDD 7200rpm In addition to this I have 2 case fans 75w TDP for rx560 120w TDP for 1060 6gb NVIDIA's 1060 page says 400w minimum so should I be fine?
  9. Update Trying to enter safe mode or using any other of the options gives an error screen again. The only thing that doesn't automatically give an error screen is going into the UEFI Firmware Settings, and that just goes to the BIOS screen. I have downloaded the media creation tool onto a usb flash drive but i don't know what to do now...
  10. My brother's prebuilt iBuypower PC has a BSOD everytime he boots his pc up and then it shuts off 2 minutes later. It says "The operating system couldn't be loaded because a critical system driver is missing or contains errors File: Windows/System32/Drivers/Ntfs.sys Error code: 0xc00000f" It then says i need to use recovery tools, but the PC doesn't have an optical disk drive or any Windows 10 CD's. I have no idea if this is a HDD or Memory issue but i've tried a lot of things and nothing has resolved the issue, if anyone can help me it would be appreciated. I put this in this part of the forums because it seems the most related to what the issue is. Thanks in advance.
  11. My computer recently ran into a hardware issue where i had to buy new ram and the only ram compatible was DDR3, so i had to blow 130$ on new ram. I currently have A Gigabyte 970A-DSP3-FX Motherboard with an AMD-FX6300 that im pretty sure doesn't support newer intel processors which i want to get. Is there any motherboard that supports DDR3 and can support intel chips because i might be screwed since most motherboards these days do not support DDR3 ram. Also are Ryzen chips supported on this motherboard or do they require their own type of motherboard too?
  12. I have a Gigabyte 970A-DS3P FX motherboard (that i am not thinking of upgrading any time soon) and i would like to know if a i5 8600K intel processor would be compatible with this motherboard. I Would go with an FX series processor instead like the FX-8350 but i don't really know if it has the same performance as the i5 since it is 130$ cheaper. Also, would i have to get a new fan too because my current fan is the kinda default stock one for the FX-6300. Thanks in advance!
  13. In the near future i am planning on upgrading my RX 560 to a GTX 1050ti (https://amzn.to/2AJ8CTK) or a GTX 1060 (https://amzn.to/2r7VXFt), and is there really much of a difference in the two that should cost 100 more dollars?
  14. So i have a Gigabyte 970A-DSP3 mobo and i am wondering if this gtx 1050ti will fit in my motherboard which only has a PCIe 2.0 slot and a 6 pin power connector for the GPU. https://amzn.to/2H1dWoB Thanks in advance
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