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About Adam132

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  • CPU
    i5 2500k
  • Motherboard
    z68 extreme3 gen3
  • RAM
    32gb corsair vengence
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  • Storage
    1tb 7200 Western Digital Blue 120gb boot ssd Sandisk
  • PSU
    Bp550 Plus
  • Display(s)
    Apple Cinema 2005 (Awesome Colors) Dell g2410
  • Cooling
    Stock :(
  • Sound
    HarmonKardon amp with speakers

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  1. I’m not Shure where to find this in the settings.
  2. Motherboard: Asrock extreme3 gen3 CPU: i5-2500k Ram: corsair vengeance 1 8gb stick I have a gtx 1050ti which works with the motherboard. I also have a really old amd graphics card that also works in this computer which I pulled from a dell XPS 420. My IGPU used to work but I have been using dedicated graphics and now I cant get my IGPU to work. The rig shows an error message on the little LED display when I try to boot with IGPU. Does anyone know how to fix this so that I can use this rig with IGPU.
  3. Running things like word on one monitor does not use lots of system resources.
  4. Yes it is and with the lower prices for ddr3 it would be a good idea.
  5. Have you tried to boot it off of integrated graphics?
  6. Your cpu can not keep up with that graphics card. You can check to see if your laptop is overheating and Mabey try replacing thermal paste or adding a cooling mat and fans.
  7. You should try to make shure that both of your ram sticks are working. Also check to see if there are any blackened or charred contacts on your ram.
  8. You should replace the psu, upgrade the power supply and the ram. Also overclocking can help you. A hyper212 evo could be a good cpu cooler upgrade if you are not hardcore overclocking this cpu. If your bios has overclocking profiles then you can easily overclock or just look up videos of others overclocking on your motherboard.
  9. If you are just playing games you might not even need the 16gb ram. Your gpu should be fine too, you should just upgrade to a Xeon, just make shure that your bios is up do date.
  10. I would get the 2600k build if you are using your current GPU. I would definitely avoid the 4790k build as for 50$ more you are getting much more in the 4960x and the ram and the motherboard. If you get the top tier model you can even sell some of the ram and replace the cpu with a Xeon and get back some money.
  11. Adam132

    CPU acting weird

    Have you checked your cpu, Gpu, and ram usage to see if there is somehow somewhere a bottleneck or problem?
  12. If it posts at all, the cpu should be fine
  13. A used Rx 470 4gb, or 8gb would probably be great for you. If you are not editing videos, you might not even need something this powerful.
  14. Your setup is fine for watching videos at the resolution of your monitor or higher. If you plan to play games your graphics card will bottleneck your cpu and you will not be able to play at the native resolution of your monitor at 60hz in most games.