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exactlyrice

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  1. The monitor I have is only HDMI and my GPU only has one HDMI output, the rest are displayport
  2. Hey everyone. I recently built my first gaming PC (specs below), and has been working perfectly fine for months. However, today I unplugged my HDMI cable from my GPU and when I plugged it back in my monitor was not receiving any signal. I can boot into BIOS and safe mode in Windows 10 but that is basically it. Every time I restart I get the Gigabyte logo and then my monitor powers off. The monitor and cable in question work fine when plugged into my laptop. Wondering how I can fix this? Have reseated every connection on my motherboard, tried disabling and updating GPU drivers, even tried to reset windows but none has worked Would really love some help on this Thanks UPDATE: unplugging all of the case fans has allowed me to boot to Windows but it will only display for a minute or two at a time. Specs: Gigabyte B450M DS3H Ryzen 3100 Gigabyte 5600XT Patriot Viper Steel Series 16GB DDR4 @3200Mhz Corsair CX450M PSU
  3. Hey everyone, I am wanting to add 3 Corsair LL120 fans to my build. However, I am unsure about my motherboard & power supply supporting them and how to power them. (this is my first PC build) I am running a Corsair CX450M PSU and a Gigabyte B450M DS3H motherboard. The motherboard only has one fan header but I believe I will be able to get a fan hub to split the power for the now 5 fans in my case. (right?) and I am unsure about the additional power for the RGB fan hub and the RGB controller that comes with the fans as it will require 2 SATA connections. I think that 3 of the ports on the PSU can be used for SATA but I am using one for a HDD, I will need one for the fan hub and I want to be able to add an additional HDD in the future. Is a SATA splitter cable all I need? Any help is much appreciated. Thanks!
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