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JacobDarby

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  1. No. My computer is an Intel 8700K and my studio computer uses an AM4 board so I can't test the FX 8750 in it. I know they're famous for being not so good processors. I may have to just try to scrap some funds together to get her the parts to replace her rig. The GPU and HDD's still work fine. So, yeah. I was just hoping I wouldn't have to do that. Thanks for the help, though!
  2. I just did that, actually. It does that no matter what configuration I have with the RAM. Ugh...I hope it's not the CPU/MOBO. I can't really afford to replace that. Oof.
  3. imo, I'd say a new build would yield the best results for what you're trying to achieve. What games do you typically play? That would also factor into what kind of build you need me thinks.
  4. Ok, so I'm so-so at computers. I know how to put them together and general trouble shooting. However, my daughter's computer is doing this thing when it turns on for a sec, then turns off. It has a Q LED status light thing on the side. The DRAM one will blink on right before the whole thing shuts off. I've reseated the CPU, GPU, and RAM. I've switched the RAM in and out to see if one was faulty (unless they're both faulty, then I'm SOL). I've been beating my head against a wall for the past few hours and don't know what else to do. It was working fine right up until she shut it down for 15 minutes or so and turned it back on. (I also turned it off and on again, no luck. lol ) Please help me. ASUS 970 Pro Gaming/Aura 16GB Corsair Vengence DDR3 RAM MSI GTX 980 Raidmax Scorpio 735W PSU WD Blue 1TB Hard Drive Kingston SSDNOW v300 series 120GB Boot drive
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