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    I5 3470
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    RX 480 4GB
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  1. Allright, fair. But what about a run I did against my friend with a 1660ti? He did the same settings (I'm pretty sure at least, we compared and made sure) and he got a lower score. Does he just have a bad card or is something wrong with our compared tests too? Edit: Other than he did it windowed, which I'm pretty sure might affect performance, but not a HUGE amount, right? Edit 2: Full graphics run, with a score I more expected to see Evan.html Full graphics run.html
  2. Will do, once it's downloaded the basic edition. Until then, does anything look wrong? Is there ANYTHING I can pull from these benchmark runs to explain it? It gets these scores consistently so presumably performs that well in real games but I don't have fraps to get averages from real games so I'm not sure how I can test anything like that. I guess I'll find out once 3dmark is done.
  3. So, I have a GTX 970 by ASUS. I have overclocked it. It's getting scores of over 3000 in unigine heaven 4.0 on high. Why, how? I see nowhere saying it should be nearly this good. Edit: BTW one of the runs was at slightly less than 1080p because of overscan on my monitor, in run 2 I made it full 1080 Unigine_Heaven_Benchmark_4.0_20200804_2116.html Run 2.html
  4. Tried the paperclip thing, I’m on multiple support forums and discords to try and figure this out and that’s the most suggested thing
  5. CPU cooler, CPU, ram, and some case fans. I know, the CPU and ram maybe fried, but surely a fan spin would still happen on some definitely working case fans even if they were entirely dead.
  6. Everything else I try in that (and other) plug sockets work. And we have the fuse inside the plug that goes into the wall, not the wall socket itself, so if that was the case, I imagine the other cable I tried would’ve fixed it
  7. Sorry for the late re-reply. The motherboard being toast would make sense, but i tried a spare one that I know works and it registered nothing. Old PSU was an EVGA 500w model, new one is (I know, I know, it’s better to get a proper one, but I just wanted a quick replacement at first, a first party one from a UK PC company called scan
  8. We have an upstairs breaker and a downstairs one. I’m in UK if that’s important, no signs of life whatsoever. I have no idea at all how this works
  9. I’m just gonna leave the topic now, thanks for everyone helping but since nothing worked I’m returning it and since RX 480’s are back in stock where I bought the 570 from I’ll just get one of those since they perform better and are £10 cheaper
  10. Please don’t judge the cable management, I took a bunch out to try and fix things, I’ll put it back once I have the problem solved. Either way, here’s what I mean about power LEDS (I started making the post a few mins ago on mobile so sorry if I reply to someone and this isn’t relevant)
  11. New update: if I start the card without an 8-pin connected, the white LED1 thing near the power socket stays fully lit, still no output from video but the little led stays on. When I have pcie power connected it flashes and then goes off but the RGB stays on