Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

SpassySpazz

Member
  • Content Count

    24
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Awards


This user doesn't have any awards

About SpassySpazz

  • Title
    Newbie

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. That's the thing though, the orange light is quite dim and there is no green flashes, regardless if I stick in an ethernet cable
  2. Hello to whoever may be reading this, I desperately need help to fix my ethernet port issue. The lights on the left LED stays on and is orange. Even when the PC is turned off, the light stays on. According to some people online, the code and problem may vary for every motherboard, so I googled my motherboard's manual. But nothing came up about a solid orange LED on the left LED of my ethernet port. Thanks in advance to whoever helps me resolve this issue. Specs: Asus P6T SE i7-930 8GB DDR3 RX470 500W
  3. Hi, I was wondering about the PCIe slots on my motherboard, considering that I have 3 of them, could I put my GPU in any slot and hope that crossfire still works?
  4. I forgot which it was, I know for a fact that it is at least +80 rated so, I dont think that really matters
  5. Hello! I've been having issues with a new install of Rainbow Six Siege and, I have no idea on whats causing the issue. I know the cpu is sorta under the requirement, though I've heard that its possible to run the game on that CPU. I've tried eliminating every possible cause by replacing them, RAM, GPU, etc. Except the cpu, since I don't have any other replacement for that. Specs: 8gb DDR4 G4400 RX470 500W 240gb SSD If anyone has any other solution for my issue, I'd appreciate it if you could lend me a hand with this. Thanks!
  6. Hey, I was wondering if there is a way to do a gpu passthrough on a virtual machine. I did read on some forums that it is possible, but the host has to be using Linux or some distro of Linux, like mint or arch. I wanna know if the same is possible but done on windows instead of Linux
  7. Well, thanks for you help, I guess
  8. Nvm, I'm just another idiot who forgot that he has 3 outputs, 2 to his monitors and 1 to his projector. I've been trying to use my dead projector
  9. The model I have of the RX 470, has 2 HDMI, 2 DP and 1 DVI, I tried using both HDMI
  10. Thats the issue, I've tried doing that, nothing happens, it doesn't detect the 2nd monitor
  11. Fair enough, I'll edit the orinigal post, what should I add? pc specs? drivers?
  12. Hello, I really need help with my cross fire setup. I've crossfired 2 rx 470's and I wanna use both of my monitors, though I am having a lot of trouble, trying to make it work. Any help is appreciated! Thanks! Pc specs: i7-8700k 16gb DDR4 3000Mhz 4TB HDD 500GB SSD 2x RX 470
  13. well, the idea is, if I have to, be able to buy the athlon 200ge and a decent motherboard to go along with it
×