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About Bloody-George

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3600
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450 Tomahawk
  • RAM
    16GB HyperX Fury Black
  • GPU
    Gigabyte RTX 2060 Gaming OC Pro 6GB
  • Case
    Aerocool Cylon
  • Storage
    Kingston A400 480GB + Seagate Barracuda 1TB
  • PSU
    Corsair CX550M
  • Display(s)
    Dell P2719H 27'' 1080p + Acer VA270H 27'' 1080p
  • Cooling
    3x Cooler Master Masterair 120mm White LED
  • Keyboard
    Redragon Mitra RGB Red Switch
  • Sound
    Superlux HD681
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64-bit

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  1. You can usually find it on the manufacturer's website, or on techpowerup. You have to look up the specific model of your GPU (if it's Extreme Edition, Gaming OC, that kind of thing). Try googling it, and if still you can't find yours, contact Gigabyte requesting a BIOS fix for your model.
  2. Oh my. So I think your fans may actually be dead. Two questions: 1. When you write "Otherwise gpu works fine i can do everything except play some demanding games," what exactly happens when you play these demanding games? 2. Have you tried reinstalling Geforce Experience and the GPU drivers? Unlikely to help, but still worth a try. The only other thing I can think about is a GPU BIOS fix or update.
  3. If you have disassembled the graphics card to clean it more thoroughly, there's a chance you haven't reconnected the fans or have reconnected them in a wrong way. Take a look inside again. Edit: And to answer one of your first questions, no; the problem is likely not related to the GPU itself.
  4. Nice! Thank you so much for the answer! I'll get it then.
  5. I've been slowly building this rig for over a year, and just recently I moved to a flat where I could finally put it in a spacious room. The specs are in my signature below.
  6. Hi everyone! I'm looking for a nicely priced but relatively fast 500GB NVMe SSD to put in my rig, and two choices have dropped in price here in my country: the Western Digital Black SN750 (no-heatsink version) and the Corsair Force Series MP510. Right now, they are similarly priced, although the WD model is a tad cheaper. I have to admit, I'm not very knowledgeable when it comes to SSD read and write speeds, and what the reliable options are on the market. I've already read reviews on both of them, but to be honest, they sound like two good enough choices. I'd like to know your
  7. Love the whole setup, but especially loved the keyboard!
  8. Best bang for your buck is the 3600, for sure. If you go with Intel (in your case, the 9600k), it's not worth it to get a B360 motherboard because you won't be able to overclock the CPU. And if you don't overclock it, then there's no point in getting a 9600k in the first place. The 9400F would be the option below it, and I just don't think it's as good an option as the AMD offerings, all things considered. It has such a low base clock, it's not overclockable, no hyperthreading, and it costs practically as much as the 3600 - which has SMT - aka AMD's hyperthreading -, faster speed, and is overc
  9. Second option, but I advise you not to go with the 3600x. Gain in performance when compared to the 3600 is close to none, and the 3600 is cheaper. You'll save even more if you get the non-x Ryzen 5 3600. Oh, and make sure you get a motherboard that comes with updated BIOS from the shop to accomodate 3rd-gen Ryzen or that you already have an older Ryzen chip so you can update it yourself. Older AM4 mobos won't support new Ryzen chips unless you have updated BIOS. I think the B450M Bazooka Plus has the BIOS flashback feature that allows you to update it without the need of a CPU, only ATX
  10. Nice to hear that! Issues with electronics sometimes come and go in those strange, unknown ways. Once in a while, connectivity in some ports is a bit iffy but comes back to normal. It's good to know that the problem you had was one of those.
  11. First of all, where do you live? Depending on the country, some PSU deals are better than others. In general, that's a pretty light build. 500ishW power supplies will handle your rig very well, provided they are decent units. Corsair PSUs are known to be trustworthy, durable and accessible for the regular user. I guess you want to save money and get the best part you can at the same time, so a CX550M would be good for you (semi-modular or modular power supplies are great because you get rid of stressful cable management issues). No secret when choosing a unit for a light build lik
  12. If you can get another monitor/TV to test your VGA on, that'd be good as well. Check with a friend or family member; I think you can easily find a display that has an HDMI input.
  13. Please do tell us how things turned out in the end. I hope you can recover as many parts as possible.
  14. This. CPU is probably dead, and motherboard too. Graphics card and hard drives usually survive, but sadly core components like processor and mobo are the first ones to go.