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About Jayfeather787

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  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 1400 4GHz @ 1.41v
  • Motherboard
    MSI B350 Tomahawk
  • RAM
    16GB DDR4 2666 MHz Micron and 2400 MHz Samsung, both running at 2400 at 1.32V
  • GPU
    MSI AMD Radeon R9 290
  • Case
    Deepcool Dukase V2
  • Storage
    256 GB Crucial MX100, 1 TB WB Black, 250 GB Seagate Barracuda
  • PSU
    Rosewill Stallion 700 watt power supply
  • Display(s)
    Samsung SyncMaster 943BWX, Hanns-G HL227
  • Cooling
    Deepcool Lucifer v2 with 120mm Cooler Master case fan at 1750RPM and 120mm Cougar fan at 1600 RPM, 3 x 140mm Cougar fans in front, 2 x 140mm Cougar fans up top, 1 x 120mm NZXT case fan in back
  • Keyboard
    Jelly Comb ten-keyless Kailh Blue
  • Mouse
    Logitech G402
  • Sound
    AmazonBasics Over-ear headphones
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 and Ubuntu 17.10

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  1. That lights up. I meant the LEDs that light up that show that there is a problem. Those do not light up. That shows that everything is apparently working, but it is not.
  2. There are no lights. It is really odd. I think the motherboard needs a bios update, but there's no way to do that except by buying a non-refresh haswell and using that to update it.
  3. I read that. He did everything there.
  4. Hello community! My friend just put together a new PC. This was a bundle from Newegg that he picked up for about 360 dollars. Here is the PC Part Picker link: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/njrZD3My friend put it all together, but it does not seem to post. When he pushes the power button, all the fans start spinning, and the monitor has an Asus splash screen for a brief second before just going black. He cannot get into the BIOS or the boot menu. There are no LEDS on the motherboard that show up. The motherboard was installed correctly on the standoffs, and every connector from the power supply is connected. When he presses the memok button and the directkey button on the motherboard, we get the same results. There are no beeps when the power button is pressed. What could be the problem? Is this Z87 motherboard not compatible with the new G3258? I thought they would have updated the BIOS to support it. If that is the problem, how could he update the BIOS manually? What other problems could there be? If anyone wants more information let me know. Thanks everyone!
  5. Welcome to the WAN Show everybody! And your hosts.... nothing...
  6. Even one 290x can perform as well as a 980 in some games. For the price, a 290x is fantastic for 4K. This is of course, assuming you have a beefy power supply and adequate cooling in your case. The 290x is a hot, power consuming card, but it performs great. I would go no less than a 800 watt power supply, so make sure you can handle two 290x's.