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mariomax2005

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  1. Basically, one computer has no wireless wifi card, and one does. So my question is, is it possible to hook them up via ethernet cable, and "give" wifi to the computer with no wireless wifi?
  2. I'm thinking in about Christmas time, but I can hold out longer if need, I'm in no rush at all.
  3. I know I will have to swap boards for the Ryzen choice, but I have a B365M DS3H.
  4. Hello, here is my spec list: i3 8100 16GB DDR4 3200Mhz RX 570 8GB msi I'm thinking of upgrading to an i7 8th Gen, or maybe a Ryzen 5 3rd gen. All I do really is play video games, sometimes I want to use photoshop but I think my CPU is bottlenecking me. Thoughts?
  5. alright, i will go with that one, thanks!
  6. I'm thinking one of these two cards, not sure which one though. https://www.microcenter.com/product/615814/asus-geforce-gtx-1660-super-phoenix-overclocked-single-fan-6gb-gddr6-pcie-30-graphics-card https://www.microcenter.com/product/617680/msi-radeon-rx-5500-xt-gaming-x-dual-fan-8gb-gddr6-pcie-40-graphics-card
  7. maybe, ill check everything. hopefully its not a hardware issue.
  8. yeah windows 10. but even with the ssd not installed i get nothing
  9. yeah i reinstalled windows, im about to do the drivers. could drivers be a reason for the gpu not displaying?
  10. intel i3 8100, worked fine before. i did a motherboard swap. even when i switched back to the original motherboard, the gpu didnt work. i will try to reinstall drivers now
  11. My PC is only running with integrated graphics, not sure what the problem is. I made sure that the GPU is plugged in with the cables as well.
  12. So, I can boot from onboard intel graphics, but not my graphics card. Do I have to uninstall the intel graphics first? If so how? I’m using a gigabyte motherboard and cant figure out where in bios is the place to see if the gpu is detected. I’m certain the gpu is in all the way and plugged in. It worked before, but recently I swapped motherboards and now i’m having issues.
  13. Hello there! I am having some issues, I have 5 fans for my PC but only have 2 places to plug them in. Is there something I can buy like an adapter? Thanks!
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