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KingEthan

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  1. Hi guys, been having a massive issue with the PC that I built April 2015. I know that it is pretty old now and the parts are outdated but I think it may have finally died on me which sucks. Parts - AMD FX8350 GTX 770 12GB 1600mhz Corsair Vengeance DDR3 RAM Asrock 970m pro3 ( I think) 600W PSU Kingston 120GB SSD WD 1TB sata HDD Corsair H100i The issue I am having is that when I press the power button to use the PC, the fans will spin and then the logo on the H100i goes red and the PC will just cut out and I am not sure where to even begin to try and diagnose this. Any help is much appreciated! All I need is to get it going for another couple of months until I can afford the new parts I need for the build I want.
  2. I will be getting the RX480 for free from my brother who only used the card for around 9/12 months until he upgraded to a GTX 1060
  3. Would it be significantly better performance? My brother is giving me the GPU which is why I would like to build around that as I would like to keep the build as cheap as possible.
  4. Hi guys, starting a new build to replace my old PC. Spec of my old PC is asrock 970m pro3, FX 8350, GTX 770, 12GB RAM, 120GB SSD and 1TB HDD. The spec I am going with would be GIGABYTE B450 AORUS M, Ryzen 5 2600, RX480, 16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 3000Mhz RAM, 120GB SSD, 2TB HDD and a 650W Gold + modular PSU from corsair. Would performance on the new build be equal to what I had before? I just need to get something organized to do me for a year or two until I can build a monster of a PC. Anyone able to advise? I live in the UK and want to stay around that price range for parts. I would mainly be using the PC for playing Teamfight Tactics, Modern Warfare, The Outer Worlds and a few games similar to these along with streaming PS4 gameplay via OBS and an elgato. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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