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  1. Only going to bump because I have a new question: would these issues likely stop if I put in a lighter weight graphics card?
  2. I just bought a new prebuilt I9 9900K GTX 3080 750W PSU and I'm having all sorts of issues. A preliminary google search showed that this is likely an issue related to the PSU, but it seemed like it might also be a GPU issue. All of the parts are new and there shouldn't be any issues with a 750W PSU considering a 650W is recommended for 3080s.. is there anything I can do to try to remedy the issue myself other than just sending it back and getting a new one?
  3. oops, to be clear those prices included a 1440p 170hz monitor. also, wat? cheapest 3080 i can find on ebay costs more than $1500 lol
  4. Budget (including currency): No budget in particular just seeking to understand whether price increase is worthwhile Country: US Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: EFT, DayZ, Arma3, Squad, etc 1440p Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): Currently 1080p 144hz gtx 970 Trying to decide between 3070 or 3080 pre-builts for 1440p 144 hz gaming. I'm able to find reasonably good deals on 3070 pre-builts in co
  5. pcpartpicker says it has potential issues; Some Intel H110 chipset motherboards may need a BIOS update prior to using Kaby Lake-S CPUs. Upgrading the BIOS may require a different CPU that is supported by older BIOS revisions. is this actually going to be a problem? otherwise thanks, this does look much better
  6. No I really am going to build this. And yeah I haven't been paying attention to computer parts since I researched the build I am using now and back then it was hip to get a dual-core for a budget gaming PC so that's what I chose it for the list
  7. Hey I'm making a build, $400 no peripherals/OS needed. I haven't tried making a build in a long time and this was the best I could come up with. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/tzfB2R Does this look good or do you think there is a better build for the budget? As title states it's for light-medium gaming only (league, dota, etc)
  8. I tried this and when I booted with nothing it would go to shell, with ssd it would go to black screen, and with hard drive it would ask to input the boot drive and when ssd and hard drive it would go to black screen
  9. Yeah I can. I already reset all the settings back to default
  10. As title states, I can't pass bios screen on my desktop that I have been using for almost a year now Worked fine yesterday then today the system wouldn't turn on. Well, it would but it would freeze on the booting MSI screen or would go black. I can launch into bios but attempting to go into safe mode freezes the computer. I have tried swapping out ram kits and launching with no GPU. I have a 970 + 4690k
  11. https://gyazo.com/89d8508dfc6da7e0f3f5c6034979b254 For some reason my gtx 970 is locked at 405 mhz core clock (under load as well as idle) and overclocking does nothing, neither does underclocking it from what it is supposed to be. Is there anything I can do about this or is my card bricked?
  12. as others have been saying, hot water and soap will be just fine for your mousepad. on a sidenote, does anybody know how to clean a qck mousepad? its all dusty and old looking
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