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  1. So I am at the point now where I have gotten the idea to setup my pc as a VM and was wondering if my idea was a good one or if I should find alternative routes. I was thinking of upgrading my current build (Be Quiet Dark rock Pro 4, Ryzen 2600x, Gigabyte X470 AORUS ULTRA GAMING (rev. 1.0), Trident Z 16GB RAM 3200mhz, Gtx 1070, 250GB samsung 970 boot drive, 1TB samsung 970 steam drive, 1TB WD blue storage, 2TB WD black storage) To a 3900x and 32 gb of ram, to create multiple VMs on my main machine instead of building a pc for every little thing on my network. I was looking to turn it into like 4 cores for gaming, 4 cores for game server, 2 for VM overhead, and 2 for NAS. I'm just not sure about what would be a good VM software to use of if this would this be a good idea? If not what would be a better alternative for around the $700 price range?
  2. I definitly have the displays plugged into the GPU and not the onboard I/O. Tried resetting BIOS to no avail. I just wish I knew what wasn't working, Swapped back to my A8 and everything boots up normally.
  3. Bios is updated to the latest version for my board. Agesa Sorry forgot to put that.
  4. Ok so I have a build that I have been working on for about 4 months now. It's a x370 MSI motherboard G skill Trident z RAM 16gb 240gb ssd 1tb hdd Gtx 1060 6gb GPU and I can currently run it with my A8 9600 without problems, but when I drop in the ryzen 2600x the computer won't even POST, I know the CPU is good as I just sent my last one in and this one is a warranty replacement. Does anyone have any ideas what it could be?
  5. Good news is, I bought it at Fry's, yeah I paid more, but advantage of that 30 day return policy. Thanks for all your help. I'll get a new cpu and let you know how it all goes.
  6. Well I did all of that, and still no luck. So I'm not getting any debugging lights or anything. What would be my next step from here?
  7. And I do this before I replace the old cpu correct? So I remove the battery, then wait a couple minutes. Do I boot up with old cpu or new at this point?
  8. I did not, I simply pulled out the A8, placed in the 2600x and tried to boot. Could you point me to information on how to do that?
  9. So I have been building my gaming PC for the last couple of months, with a lot of help from my friends and videos I have seen. My current build is a MSI x370 gaming pro carbon MB, A8 9600 CPU, 16 GB Pacific Sun 2400MHz RAM, Thermaltake RGB 700W PSU, EVGA GTX 1060 6GB SSC, Patriot Burst 240GB SSD , and a WB 1TB HDD. I just recently bought a Ryzen 5 2600x to put into it, but when I do It simply will not post at all, no debug lights on the MB, nothing just a black screen. I have updated my Bios to the most recent version, and I have seen others use this board with this processor, I am still new to the PC building scene so if I missed anything, insight would be greatly appreciated.