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About highrusher

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  • CPU
    AMD FX 4300
  • Motherboard
    ASUS M5A78L-M LX3
  • RAM
    HyperX Genesis 4GB DDR3 RAM
  • Cooling
    Arctic Alpine 64 Plus Air Cooler
  • Operating System
    Win10 Pro

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  1. it should work, If you have headphone jacks at the front of the case just try plugging it in there before buying
  2. Try selecting another DirectX option in the settings of the game. That might work.
  3. Go for the western digital, go for the cheaper option. Blue and green are basically the same, the "color" does not really matter in any way.
  4. Try downloading this: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/28433/Realtek-High-Definition-Audio-Driver-for-Windows-10-64-bit-for-NUC8i7BE-NUC8i5BE-NUC8i3BE If that doesn't work maybe your try replluging your headphones restarting your PC etc. If that doesn't work maybe something got fried that is used for the sound. Just buy a sound card if you don't want to replace the mobo.
  5. If you did that and not the auto-detect option. Go with the auto-detect option. It has never failed on me tbh.
  6. That's like putting mayo in a pancake instead of chocolate just because you have it laying around. You'll be sick after you eat it right? Imagine the same thing is happening to the CPU when you replace the thermal compound with something "alternative".
  7. No I don't mean that. I mean go to the AMD official website and when you install the drivers instead of clicking automatically click manual and select your GPU. If you scroll a little down under the AUTO DETECT option you'll see a option to select your GPU.
  8. You can find thermal paste for really cheap, I don't see a reason to be looking for alternatives.
  9. Yes, on most sites you can go to their profile and see if the user is trusted. It is worth the risk because I had opportunities to buy let's say a used motherboard or a cpu that the person selling it didn't need. So I got it for a really low price. Just be careful regardless of what I said, not everyone is nice and might try to scam you. Good luck.
  10. So as I understood when the Ryzen came AMD was ahead of Intel, but befoee that Intel was dominating. So let's say I wanted to buy a older processor from them. Should I get the FX8350 or the i7 2600. (These are just examples I have no idea can they even compete). I just want to know is old AMD or old Intel better.
  11. okay lets say I'd get the i7 2600, which GPU do I get to go with that CPU
  12. I don't know either. Currently I only have the motherboard and the cooler that's why I asked what cpu is good. Also I am planning to get a GTX 1050 Ti or a 750 Ti or a RX 570
  13. I mean is it good for upgrading. Like if I were to build a gaming PC rnow could I upgrade it for a year or somethin so I don't fall behins. And this motherboard supports only DDR3 ram but that's fine for me.