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  1. So basically I was trying to help my friend with a weird game thing by setting a custom display resolution in AMD Radeon Software. When he hit save, it turned off his monitor (like usual), but it never turned back on. We’ve tried unplugging everything, restarting the monitor and pc and such. The monitor works fine in bios, so we loaded into safe mode. I told him to delete the entire program (Radeon Software), which uninstalled fine. However, after restarting the PC the monitor still won’t display the OS. I don’t know if I’ve done something terrible or if it’s an easy fix, but at this point I just need answers if anyone has any. I’m open to any ideas because currently he is unable to play any games and it's entirely my fault. Thanks! EDIT: Got it working! In case this happens to anyone else, here's what I did: 1. Booted into Safe Mode from BIOS 2. Uninstalled graphics driver from Device Manager 3. Restarted and it works!
  2. I don't think so. I just want to make sure that 550W is enough for those exact parts. I may throw in a Noctua outtake fan or 2, but the parts I have listed are probably going to be there until I HAVE to upgrade to play at good quality.
  3. I don't think so. I just want to make sure that even Alright sounds good. Thanks!
  4. Just to clarify. Is pcpartpicker usually pretty accurate with the estimated wattage?
  5. Sure it's sufficient, but what if I were to OC my cpu and/or gpu?
  6. I'm sure you guys get this question all the time, but I just need to make sure that I'm getting the right PSU. I was going to get a 550W Gold+, but recently I've start leaning towards a 650W Gold+. Here are the specs: Case: NZXT H510 CPU: R5 3600 CPU Cooler: CoolerMaster MasterLiquid ML240L RGB V2 GPU: 5700XT Ram: G.Skill Ripjaws V Series 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 Mobo: MSI B450 Tomahawk Storage: 1 500GB SSD, 1 128GB SSD, 1 2TB HDD
  7. That makes sense, but I'm still a little confused. What exactly do you mean by it "could" be using the bandwidth that my PC is using while I'm playing games?
  8. Hello ladies and gents, I hope you're having a fine day this Tuesday afternoon! I've looked around on Google and can't seem to find the right answer, so of course I knew I could come here to find the right answers. I have a TV that's connected through Ethernet to my Modem and my PC that's upstairs is connected through WiFi. I'm not that tech-savy when it comes to networking and such, so I was wondering if I'm on the right path by saying the Ethernet connection is using a part of my bandwidth and is a part of the reason I'm receiving poorer internet on my PC upstairs? My parents are watching a 4k movie and I'm playing R6 and I noticed that my ping was a bit higher than usual. I'm just not sure how Ethernet and WiFi are related in how they share bandwidth and wanted to make sure that the reason I was getting worse ping was because of the movie.
  9. I mean it's only a couple of bucks so from what you guys are saying I think I'm just going to buy one and see if it works because in the worst case scenario I can always send it back or, if not, it's only like 3 dollars so not much money wasted.
  10. Hey guys, some of you are already typing before you read this but just hear me out. I've been doing research and can't determine the truth behind the "1-5 dollar Windows 10 Pro Activation Keys" on eBay. Some people say they are bought from other countries for cheap and resell them on eBay, others say that people steal credit cards and buy them in bulk and then resell them, and other people say they aren't legit or only work for a limited amount of time. I just want to buy a legit key that will last me for a while for a cheap price if that is possible. Anyone know the truth about these keys or maybe if the story is different for each of the sellers?
  11. Alright I'll just go with the Gigabyte one then. Thanks!
  12. I want to buy one of these 2 cards but I don't know which one is the best. People keep saying difference things about the cards, but I want to make sure I get the best one. If they're the same, I think I'll just go with the gigabyte 5700-XT because they are the same price. If anyone knows the comparison between these two and could recommend to me the best one (assuming they're not extremely similar and you basically couldn't tell a difference) that would be a-m-a-z-i-n-g! Thank's so much!
  13. Hmm, I didn't even know that. So basically if I want to play RTX games I would need to get at least a 2070?
  14. Yeah I've been looking at them and I totally agree. Thanks so much for the side-tip it definitely saved me some extra money haha
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