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About zayneYee

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  • Birthday September 19

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  • Location
    New Zealand


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 3 3200G 3.6 GHz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte A320M-HD2
  • RAM
    1x 16 GB DDR4 @ 2400 MHz
  • GPU
    MSI Nvidia GeForce GT 710
  • PSU
    GVN Series 400w
  • Display(s)
    Philips 223VV7Q FHD Display (x2)
  • Keyboard
    Apple USB Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Logitech MX Master 2S
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • Laptop
    MacBook Pro 13" 2017 Touch Bar

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  1. I’ll try to make this short and easy to understand: This evening I plugged an externally power USB Hub into the front IO of the PC I recently built. As soon and the connector made contact with the port, the PC immediately shut off. However, the USB fan I had plugged in was still working, uninterrupted. Seconds later, the smell of smoke filled the room and I was having a massive anxiety attack. The PC refuses to turn on at all as a result of all this. What I would love to know right now is essentially what exactly happened. Did it kill my motherboard? My PSU (I doubt it)? EVERYTHING PERHAPS?! Also, could I be eligible for replacement parts? I should also mention I have no spare compatible parts to complete tests with. I’d just like to thank y’all in advance. Any help or feedback is just really appreciated. :’(
  2. I'm not sure actually. I'm just now trying again...
  3. Last week I purchased a pre-used PC with decent looking specs, with the intention of upgrading it and using it for light gaming, video editing and livestreaming. While attempting to install a low profile graphics card, I discovered that none of the PCI slots lined up with the ones on the case. I am not sure whether getting a new case would fix the problem (which I was going to do after the upgrades). The motherboard is an ASRock FM2A68M-HD+, and the case is some filthy old Cooler Master case, if it helps. I just thought I'd come here for help before I bought a new case.