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About TristanD79

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  1. I've still got my PS2 slim and the original game, so it's all good
  2. I've got my PS2 still might be easier to just hook that up tbh lol
  3. I'm ngl I don't know what to do? Am I using the original disc?
  4. I don't know as I've never done this before, but I am following this video; I've got the PCSX2 emulator, and I've downloaded the game ISO, but the video says a bios is needed
  5. Nice, any idea where I can find the BIOS files for PS2?
  6. Looks very cool! Any ideas for a fps game?
  7. And which download? https://pcsx2.net/download/releases/windows/category/40-windows.html There are two one is a zip the other is an installer (maybe)?
  8. Any idea where I can find the game? I've never dealt with emulation before?
  9. I remember when I was younger playing a game called shinobido: way of the ninja on PS2 and was wondering if there are any similar games for PC? Or even better a way to play that game on PC?
  10. Well I've got my 1060 6GB and I've swapped it back in and its been a month of smooth sailing, as opposed to the week of carnage with the 5700 XT so I assume that correlation and causation are one and the same in this case.
  11. Temps were in the 80s if I recall (Prior to adjusting the fan curve) No overclocks PSU - Corsair CX750 80 PLUS Bronze (750W) Motherboard - H370 Aorus Gaming 3 WIFI CPU - i7-8700 GPU - GIGABYTE Radeon RX 5700 XT GAMING OC 8GB RAM - G.Skill Trident RGB 3200Mhz (4x8GB)
  12. What happens if the problem is likely to be in all cards. So the problem I've been having is my computer will black-screen making a high pitch audible whine, disabling all input to the computer and requiring a manual reset. This has occurred mostly during gaming. N.b. Game settings are set on max. I think its a cooling issue, I have adjusted the fans through AMD software to compensate but it then runs very loudly like I'm on an aircraft carrier deck. And I only did this for 2 days before I swapped it back out. Thoughts?
  13. So I've just received a RMA code from gigabyte for my 5700 XT, but I'm wondering what is the outcome of me sending back my defunct card? I bought it from NEWEGG within a year and they said to contact the manufacturer despite Gigabyte saying that if it's within a year to contact the seller. It's all very confusing, but it looks like Gigabyte are going to help me out anyway as they sent me the code and want me to send them the card. But back to my question, what will the outcome be? A refund? A new card? Any other helpful info on RMAs / the process would be appreciated
  14. Yes you are right, think it was meant to be the 15th I believe. But from a google search it seems to have been scrapped