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FajardoX

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  1. alright thank you for the response
  2. I was wondering if my ram (T-Force Vulcan Z series 16GB (2x16GB) DDR4 3200MHz clocked down to 2666MHz) would be stable at 2667MHz. My motherboard (ASRock H310CM-HDV) only supports up to 2666MHz. Thanks.
  3. Alright thanks for the help man. Appreciate it
  4. Top one because it's cheaper, has basically the same specs and is bigger
  5. Hello, 1. So I'm trying to setup a triple monitor setup but the thing is that my motherboard (ASRock H310CM-HDV) only supports a maximum of two monitors. In short, I was wondering if I could exceed or at least reach up to a maximum of 4 monitors with my GPU (ASUS-PH 1060 3GB). 2. I was also wondering about what cable I should get for my graphics card, would it be a Display Port cable? Currently the HDMI cable and DVI cable are plugged into my graphics card and I have a Dell monitor from 2013 that is just going to be used for Discord. SPECS: GPU: ASUS-Phoenix 1060 3GB CPU: i5 9400F RAM: T-Force Vulcanz (16x2) 2666 MHZ (Clocked doww to 2400MHZ) SSD: 256GB WD HDD: 1TB Seagate Main Monitor: Viewsonic VX2458-mhd 144hz Thank you.
  6. I recommend getting the i5 9400F as you only play games. It turbo boosts up to 4.1Ghz and is basically the same price as the Ryzen 5 1600 in my country. If you look at benchmark videos on youtube, the results are pretty decent.
  7. I had a similar issue. In my case, it was 3 bent cpu socket pins which I carefully and successfully bent back and got the PC working fine. Sorry if this doesn't help in your case.
  8. Yeah I definitely recommend contacting your ISP to resolve the problem.
  9. I had a similar problem but I had LEDs on, fans spinning but no video comes out of GPU. The fix for my issue was that the motherboard had bent cpu socket pins (3) but successfully bent them back and displayed video on screen. This may not be a fix for you, but in my case, this was my fix.
  10. You could try using the software Speccy but not sure if it 100% detects your ram brand.
  11. I watched a couple of youtube videos and used tweezers, a toothpick and a magnifying glass to carefully bend them in the right direction, but remember you have to be very delicate. I also recommend checking your motherboards socket type.
  12. I recommend monitoring your CPU and GPU temperatures and usage using MSI Afterburner.
  13. Hi, I recently had the same issue where my PC would turn on, fans spinning but no display on screen. I fixed this by inspecting my whole PC such as looking at the CPU socket pins to see if there were bent and yes there were 3 bent socket pins which I fixed and boom, it turned on. This may not be the case for you, but was a fix for me.
  14. Hi, I was wondering if 32GB is overkill for my PC considering I only play games on it. I have to go with the 32GB because I couldn't get a refund in order to get dual channel, hence having to spend more money. Also would dual channel (2x16) greatly improve performance on Fortnite? Specs: i5 9400F 1060 3GB 16GB (1x16) H310CM-HDV ASRock Motherboard 240GB SSD 1TB HDD Thanks.
  15. Thank for the help Also, will I need a BIOS update?
  16. Hello, So I've recently bought an i5 9400F and an ASRock H310CM-HDV motherboard and was wondering if the Kingston HyperX FURY 16GB (2x 8GB) DDR4 2666MHz Desktop RAM is compatible with them. Thanks in advance.
  17. Thank you zephyr_ that was my issue! My dumbass put it into a 3GB/s port instead of the SATA3_0 and SATA3_1!
  18. Hey everyone, I have the Western Digital WD Green 3D NAND 240GB SSD which is advertised to run at 545mb/s read speeds but according to my benchmarks from AS SSD Benchmark and CrystalDiskMark my results were poor. Screenshot_1498×502 21.5 KB Currently I get about around 250-260MB/s read speed and about 230MB/s write speeds. I had recently got the SSD about a day ago and cloned my old ssd to the new one using Macrium Reflect. I also believe I have got the correct SATA III Cable (Serial ATA 26AWG AWM 21149 30V 80°C). Additionally, I have TRIM enabled and AHCI enabled in my BIOS. I have also reinstalled Windows which has had no effect to my read speeds. In short, I’m wondering why I’m not getting the advertised read speeds of 545MB/s. Any help is much appreciated, thanks. Specs: i5 2500 1060 3GB Gigabyte Z68M-D2H 16GB Ram DDR3 500W Power Supply 1TB Seagate HDD OS: Windows 10 Pro
  19. Would you guys recommend a i3 9100F as I'm on a budget? I'm always going to be playing Fortnite at competitive settings (low) and would you recommend turning of Multithread-rendering for a 4Core CPU? Thanks
  20. Hi, Currently I'm playing Fortnite at all low settings at 1920x1080 (Native) and my CPU usage is at 95-100% whilst my GPU usage is between 40-65% according to Task Manager. Also, my textures and graphics slowly load in and I experience massive FPS stutters and mouse lag. (I only have discord open when playing). I'm thinking of upgrading to an i5 9400F and 16GB of Ram DDR4 (8x2) but not sure about what motherboard to get (preferably a cheap one). Specs: i5 2500 (pretty old) 1060 3GB 16GB Ram DDR3 (4x4) Gigabyte Z68M-D2H 1TB Seagate HDD 240GB WD Green SSD Windows 10 Pro Any help is much appreciated.
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