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  1. Hi, please suggest a budget case for this build around 4k INR or less than that. CPU: Ryzen 5 3600 Mobo: MSI B450 Tomahawk Max Ram: Hyperx Fury 8 GB(x2) 3200 Mhz GPU: Zotac GTX 1650 Super PSU: Corsair CX550 PSU Thank you.
  2. Hi, my hyperx cloud stinger core left ear cup has fallen off. Is there any replacement earcups or should I buy a new one. The headset sound is still good so if there is a replacement it would be great.
  3. Hi, I just upgraded my old mobo with a used i7-3770 and I am able to push constant 160+fps on low settings. My monitor is an old one with vga port and it is turning off in middle of gaming. So I have decided to buy a new monitor and I would upgrade to a 144hz one so I can play decent CSGO and other games and 240hz will burn a hole in my pocket. Please suggest some good monitor mostly for FPS gaming.
  4. Yes I also thought that wasn't reasonable.
  5. Try the GPU in your friend's PC if you can.
  6. Buy a new PSU it probably went bad. To be on the safe side you could also try a PSU from your friend too .
  7. Make sure everything is properly seated. This is your new build right ? Try to properly seat the 24pin connector to the MB and the 6 pin power connector to the GPU, and the GPU itself.
  8. Thank you for the information. I am so much into this tech stuff but couldn't find a place where to start and I think this is the best place.
  9. The i5 4670 won't support DDR4 right ? Because it's just a Haswell ?
  10. Most probably driver issues. I recommend using DDU to completely removed the drivers then install new drivers again. Download DDU Restart windows into safe mode. This can be found in settings > update & security > recovery > click "restart now" under advanced startup. Alternatively, you can hold down shift while clicking "restart" under the usual windows power-down menu. Once it boots back up into the blue screen, select "troubleshoot" Select "advanced options" Select "startup settings" Click "restart" Press 4 on your keyboard for "Enable Safe Mode" Once you are booted into safe mode, find where you downloaded DDU and run it. It should be relatively straightforward - select the option where it uninstalls drivers and restarts the PC. Your display drivers should be uninstalled once you boot back into windows. Feel free to now install your display driver. Copied from reddit but try this it will be helpful. Make sure you download the latest drivers from the official site.
  11. Is the monitor turning on and off ? Do you hear any disconnection sounds ?
  12. Which PSU are you using ? Probably a PSU failure try to check with another PSU that you can borrow from your friend.
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