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About Kelp

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  • Birthday February 14

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  • Location
    On the corner of conch and coral


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 1400
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte A230M-S2H
  • RAM
    G.Skill 16GB DDR4-3000
  • GPU
    Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Super 6Gb
  • Case
    darkFlash DLM21 Mesh (White)
  • Storage
    512Gb Samsung 850 Pro | WD Green 4TB
  • PSU
    EVGA 450w 80+
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  1. Ok thank you, it's a fairly small card so I just want to make sure I can find the right cooler.
  2. After my RX 570 died, I got a PNY GTX 1660 Super. I was only able to choose from what my local best buy had at the time and this was the best card. While playing games, it gets pretty toasty and very loud. Sometimes I have to take off my headset to listen to it for a moment. It's a single fan GPU which I believe is why this is loud. I looked everywhere online for a way to make it run cooler and quieter but to no avail. I want to know if anyone knows of a dual fan aftermarket cooler that will fit on this card. I'll attach a picture below to show the mounting hole locations. I want to go with a dual fan cooler because I believe those run cooler and quieter. Is there a way I can use an older GTX cooler on this card instead? Thanks!
  3. I ended up getting a GTX 1660 Super, I've spent hours on the 570 and nothing seems to work
  4. I just posted in the GPU section of that forum page, I hope to resolve this soon!
  5. I've looked everywhere there and I can't find the right bios version. The card I have isn't even listed there.
  6. Yeah I think it's a Dell OEM. I'm not sure where my friend got it from. My system won't even post with just that graphics card in the PC so I have to put another GPU in my pc for signal and then put the 570 in the second slot. I get a code 43 error in device manager. Just to clarify, the card has been working good for weeks before this happened.
  7. Recently my friend gave me his old RX 570x 8gb and all of the sudden it stopped working. I narrowed it down to a bios issue but I cannot find the right bios anywhere. The device ID is 1002 67DF - 1028 1722. I've looked everywhere online and nothing matches this. I'l link a picture of what GPU-Z says about the card. If anyone can help me that would be greatly appreciated.
  8. I still haven't been able to find any info about it online. I don't know if I'm looking in the right place
  9. There should be a picture attached in the original post. My PC says it's an AMD RX 570X 8gb
  10. I've tried to look it up on techpowerup but there is no bios that matches my card
  11. I recently got an AMD RX 570 from a friend. I was in the middle of installing a new game when the screen went green. At first I checked the GPU and even put another GPU in the computer but it wouldn't post with either of them. The next day I completely tore down the system and rebuilt it. I used the other graphics card I had in my drawer to test it and it finally booted up. This was a few days ago and I still can't get my original 570 to get a video output when I boot the system. I removed all of the AMD drivers and anything else that might cause it to behave like this but nothing has worked. I put both of the graphics cards in my system (it has two PCIe x16 slots) and plugged the HDMI in the secondary GPU(I also tried with DP). In windows, I can see the RX 570 in device manager but with a little warning triangle on it. I get an error code 43 when I open the properties. I've tried to reinstall the drivers, uninstall them, and I can't seem to figure out what is wrong. I've seen online that it may be a bios issue on the card but I can't find a bios for my GPU or even find anything about it online. I'll link a picture of what GPU-Z says. Please if anyone knows what's wrong please let me know.
  12. I’m building myself a new gaming pc and I’m using some parts from my old build, like the gpu and storage drives. I was able to get another ssd to continue using my older system but I need a new graphics card. I only have $50 to spend and I want to get a card capable of doing some gaming. I go between my parents house every week and I want to have a PC at each house so I don’t have to carry the heavy computer between houses. So I want to repurpose my old computer and move it to another house so I can play games with my friends. I’ll probably have all settings at low and be running at 720p so it doesn’t have to be a great card. I mainly play CS:GO, Fortnite, Minecraft, Forza Horizon 4, and ARK: Survival Evolved. I’m mainly just looking for a graphics card under $50 but I’m not sure what is a good buy or not.
  13. Right now I have a 4k 60hz monitor. I'm starting to get into fps games more and I want to get higher fps. Since my monitor is stuck at 60hz, I can't see above 60fps, but I really feel like it will improve my gaming experience at 144hz. I was looking at 1080p 144hz monitors but I really don't want to give up the 4k resolution when I'm not gaming. In short, I want a 1080p 120hz/144hz monitor that I can use when gaming, but I also want that monitor to do 4k 60hz when I'm not gaming. Is there a monitor that can do both? I average about 120fps in some games and I am in the process of building a new gaming computer to improve upon that.
  14. Yes indeed, a certified bruh moment
  15. I mostly wanted to know if there was a bracket I could get to mount the cooler to instead of using the stock one for the LGA 775 motherboard