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William23r

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    William23r reacted to C2dan88 in Issues with boot drives   
    Is your 250GB WD SSD Disk4 in disk manager? It is not booting to that drive because it does not have a EFI bootloader.
     
    Looks to me the drive uses MBR partition table.
    Confirm by right click Disk4, select properties. Choose Volumes tab. If the partition style shows MBR. Then you need to convert it to GPT first to have a UEFI compatible bootloader. This guide will help you
    https://www.windowscentral.com/how-convert-mbr-disk-gpt-move-bios-uefi-windows-10
     
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    William23r reacted to C2dan88 in Issues with boot drives   
    To create EFI partition do this
    https://www.tenforums.com/installation-upgrade/52837-moving-recreating-efi-partition.html#post698505
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    William23r got a reaction from Inception9269 in BSOD errors when play MW   
    The graphics card drivers are up to date but i do know that their is updates for my bios, would it be worth trying this?
    Edit: Theres been 3 bios updates since the update mine is on
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    William23r reacted to Doyian in Combining Storage   
    I forgot to say how much storage you would have. It should be the 2 500Gb Hard Drives and the 240Gb So 1.24 TB and i you ever want more just buy more storage and repeat what you did before.
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    William23r reacted to Doyian in Combining Storage   
    Yes
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    William23r reacted to Doyian in Combining Storage   
    I do know a way but I am not sure if it is the best way so maybe wait before trying.
     
    But anyway if you go into disk management then deallocate it so that they become free space then right click on your top drive that has been deallocated and select new spanned volume. Follow the setup wizard the right click on the newly created disk and select extend volume. Then add as much storage as you wish and that should be it.
     
    One thing to consider is that I have this running one one of my Pcs but I do not know the full risks. That is why I would recommend waiting but To be honest I think that it will work just fine.
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    William23r reacted to Windows9 in wondering if i had to get a new motherboard for my new cpu   
    You have an intel motherboard.
    Yes you do need a new one (AM4)
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    William23r got a reaction from cheiften98 in Good Cpu's To Upgrade To?   
    The market is shifting so much at the moment, if I was you I would just wait and see what comes around.
    but 3rd gen ryzen is your best bet at the moment.
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    William23r got a reaction from boggy77 in Ram Problems   
    Thank you !!
    it seems to have worked !
     
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    William23r reacted to boggy77 in Ram Problems   
    so when you go into bios and enable xmp, manually change dram voltage to 1.35 and also change soc voltage to 1.05. this should allow it to run a bit more stable. ryzen 2000 series have some problem with tthe memory controllers and sometimes struggle to run 3200 without some voltage increase.
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    William23r got a reaction from boggy77 in Ram Problems   
    Okay thank you I’ll give it a go and then get back to you!!!!
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    William23r reacted to Kc7vwc in RGB fans   
    Gigabyte has a listing of all their compatible accessories.  https://www.gigabyte.com/MicroSite/512/partners.html
    I've got one of their ITX B450s and ran into the same issue. I'm currently waiting for a Cooler Master PWM/aRGB hub to ship from overseas. But it really looks like the best bet is to find a fan hub with SATA connections to power then all. Then find another non-software controlled aRGB hub or cable splitters to handle the lighting. Sadly, this won't let you controller each fan individually, but (IMO) RGB Fusion isn't exactly Advanced enough for individual control either. 
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    William23r reacted to Statik in RGB fans   
    Corsair, CM, NZXT, etc depending on your fan brand all have RGB controllers. I have x8 RGB fans in my case and the only thing using the RGB Mobo headers are the light strips
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    William23r got a reaction from johnalanvaughan in What is the best GPU on a budget   
    Go for a 2080 super !
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    William23r got a reaction from Ben17 in Best way to update NVIDIA drivers?   
    GeForce experience 
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    William23r reacted to Harry Voyager in Which CPU?   
    So what I've heard is, for gaming on a minimum budget right now, get a Ryzen 2600 and a used RX 480. With the professional miners unloading their computer machines, 8Gb 580's are on the market for $100, it offers significantly more performance than you're going to get from any APU, and can game reasonably well at 1080p
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    William23r got a reaction from Vihi in Opinions on display overclocking   
    For the frame skipping you could use ufo test- https://www.testufo.com/frameskipping
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    William23r got a reaction from Vishera in Is the asus prime b360m-a able to use a GTX 1660?   
    Yeah sounds like you just got lucky!
    but no point going for the 1660 when the price difference to a super is small and you can just oc a super
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    William23r got a reaction from TheOne420 in Graphics Card Upgrade   
    The super has gddr6 which leads to the faster mem speeds, yes they will both oc to similar levels but due to the higher mem speeds the performance on the super will still exceed either way .
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    William23r got a reaction from TheOne420 in Graphics Card Upgrade   
    Hey,
    a good bang for your buck gpu would be a GTX 1660 SUPER. It should be within your budget
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    William23r got a reaction from Thomas001 in Graphics Card Upgrade   
    Hey,
    a good bang for your buck gpu would be a GTX 1660 SUPER. It should be within your budget
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