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Umomomo

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  1. I did switch cards multiple times. The differences between 1070 and 2070S is the following: 1070 only have one "eight dotted pin" while 2070S have two "eight dotted pin. I switched them multiple times. My thing is no matter how I switch them, they are all connected to the PSU. So it doesn't really matter. Since the PC doesn't even power up, either the PSU doesn't have enough juice or the new card is defect? But even with defect card, pc should able to start up.
  2. Come to think about it, it does make sense. "High setting" will hit the sweet spot for me for now. lol
  3. The demands came from this website. It is based on the recent demo that was released. https://www.systemrequirementslab.com/
  4. My PC spec are as follows: ASUS Prime Z370-P Intel Core i7-8700K 6Core Memory 16G Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 (Currently) upgrading to Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070S EVGA Black version Monitor just upgraded to Alienware 1900R 34.1" Curved gaming monitor with 4ms 120Hz Overclocked Refresh rate, NVIDIA g-Sync, 21:9 Aspect Ratio SSD: Samsung SSD 970 EVO Plus 1TB PSU: EVGA Supernova 850 G2, 80+ Gold 850W (on the way!) Upgrading from "MASTERWATT LITE 600W". ERP 2013 made from CoolerMaster. '' PS: I know my short end of the stick is on the CPU part. However, it's not worth upgrading it vs setting up a new PC. So I'm going to go with this set up. My goal is to at least put everything on " HIGH " setting when Cyberpunk 2077 rolls out. Any suggestion or advice? Thanks in advance.
  5. Do you think I should go get a better PSU, such as 750W maybe? At least to test out. Unfortunately I don't know anything about bios so I rather not to twink it. PS: EVGA website said min req for 2070S is 650W PSU.
  6. Ok so I took the computer apart and was able to find the following info in regards to the PSU. The PSU is "MASTERWATT LITE 600W". ERP 2013 made from CoolerMaster.
  7. I don't know the exact PSU model number. However this whole PC I bought from Newegg is called ABS Battlebox Essential Meteor Gaming Desktop PC NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8 GB Intel Core 97-8700K(3.70 GHz) 16GB DDR4 240GB SSD 1 TB HDD windows 10. I was able to find the power supply is 600W. I recently also got Samsung EVO 970 Plus SSD as well ( It runs smoothly and gaming experience is wayy better. ) @Constantin: to answer your question, when hit the power button, absultly nothing happens which leads me to believe it's Power supply issue. Fans wasn't spinning, I didn't hear anything. The lights turned on when I hit the switch in the back of PC. Short on 2070s? you mean power supply not enough?
  8. My PC spec are as follows: ASUS Prime Z370-P Intel Core i7-8700K 6Core Memory 16G Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 (Currently) upgrading to Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070S EVGA Black version Monitor just upgraded to Alienware 1900R 34.1" Curved gaming monitor with 4ms 120Hz Overclocked Refresh rate, NVIDIA g-Sync, 21:9 Aspect Ratio My problem. After assembled GeForce RTX 2070s, the computer will not turned on. I make sure power was on and plugged, only won't turn on. When I switched back to Gtx 1070, computer works fine. After I used elimination method to determine the cause of the malfunction is due to power supply issue. I checked EVGA Geforce offical website min req power supply is 650W or greater. However mine power supply is 600W. Is this the issue causing the card not working? I have no clue. Please help...
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