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Xander Cousins

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About Xander Cousins

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  • Birthday Dec 30, 1998

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    In a house in the UK
  • Gender
    Male
  • Biography
    I am definightly a human.... yeah, i think they'll buy that...
  • Occupation
    Full time - student // Part time - Bartender/waiter....*Sigh*

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i5-8400
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte B370 D
  • RAM
    16GB DDR4 3200Mhz (2x8GB)
  • GPU
    AMD radeon R9 270x 4GB
  • Case
    Fractal Design white
  • Storage
    120GB Kingston SSD, 1TB 7200RPM Seagate
  • PSU
    EVGA 600W No Modular
  • Display(s)
    Samsung 27' Curved TV, BenQ 27inch
  • Cooling
    Stock CPU Cooler
  • Keyboard
    Tecknet RGB blue switch 75% mechanical Keyboatd
  • Mouse
    Logitech G305 wireless
  • Sound
    Still Bweeep
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home edition (64-bit)

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  1. Forgot to mention the devices would be like Multiple consoles, Pc and an Alexa.
  2. Hey Guys, So I'm wondering how I would have multiple devices be connected to the same sound system. It not an over the top sound system just a simple LG 5.1 surround sound. Is their a device I would need to get or would it be some janky type of wiring etc. Thanks in Advance
  3. Soz for late reply. If he has a pen with Windows installer on it he should be able to run the repair function from the pen. but thats last resport.
  4. is it that their isnt much room or what causing you not to be able to Install a 210mm?
  5. umm I dont work heavily with sound so possibly someone who knows sounds isolation and all can get the frequency of the Hiss and isolate it which would remove it without ruining the rest of the audio as harshly
  6. It probably just the general issue of cheap devices. You could possibly remove the hiss with editing software / sound software
  7. If that's his only monitor has he tried running it through Mobo Graphics port? and seeing if it posts after as it could be a driver fault and just need to update the GPU Drivers (Hopefully) if not Try pressing F11 when the splash screen comes around and seeing if Manually selecting the Boot Drive with the OS will make it run properly
  8. and you did plug the 8pin Power into the card? as that tends to provide the power needed to run those cards.
  9. If he did install somethings recently like a hard drive get him to look through the boot priority. as i see a USB drive is some reason the primary one. if the boot device was accidentally changed just get it swapped to the correct. if he changed any bios settings get the put back to default as they can cause OS to mess up (XMP my ram caused my pc not to boot windows correctly )
  10. Can you explain what happened that lead to this issue occurring ? if it was after installing something new, maybe a hard drive, Usb hub or ram something. as the fact your bios boots to screen shows it aint the Mobo or monitor.
  11. So is the wifi card designed for a Pcie X16 solt or is it for another slot among your computer? By any chance have you just knocked the GPU out of the slot slightly when installing the Wifi Card. and yes this next question is dumb. Did you plug the power back into the car (I had that card before and the wires can get in the way during installing other devices). Lastly Try plugging the card back in without the Wifi card installed along side it (making sure the power is supplied to it) and see if it posts through the card?
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