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  1. Do you know the psu model and memory timings?
  2. PCPartPicker Part List CPU: Intel Core i3-10100 3.6 GHz Quad-Core Processor (kr1199.00 @ Amazon Sweden) Motherboard: ASRock H410M-ITX/ac Mini ITX LGA1200 Motherboard (kr932.00 @ Proshop) Memory: Crucial Ballistix 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-2400 CL16 Memory (kr676.98 @ Amazon Sweden) Storage: SanDisk SSD PLUS 1 TB 2.5" Solid State Drive (kr835.21 @ Amazon Sweden) Case: Silverstone SG13 Mini ITX Tower Case (kr454.43 @ Amazon Sweden) Power Supply: Cooler Master MWE Bronze 450 W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply (kr410.42 @ Amazon Sweden) Total: kr4508.04 Prices inclu
  3. CPU cooler clearance with a glass side panel is 153mm, see Specification section of https://www.coolermaster.com/catalog/cases/mini-itx/masterbox-nr200p/. The Ninja 5 is 155mm tall. There may also be issues with the 39.1mm tall memory modules. See notes and pics in https://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/8925/scythe-ninja-5-cpu-cooler-review/index.html. The gpu power cables may have issues with the side.
  4. There are not that many objects large enough to actually require a pixel or more of display. Anything smaller could probably be excluded from the model.
  5. In disk management right-click the New Volume. One of the options should be to change or assign a drive letter. Assign a drive letter. The volume should then appear in the file explorer.
  6. Your screen shot shows an odd setup. By the looks of things Disk 0 is your C drive and Disk 1 is the drive you are looking for.
  7. The 5600X is a 65W TDP part, an NH-D15S is much more than needed for cooling. Consider a basic but decent motherboard. Consider a basic gpu. Fine for light gaming, not terribly expensive. The case I suggest is a bit pricy. I've always found it worth investing in a decent case. The model I've suggested supports the motherboard's usb-c header and is designed for quiet operation. I'd suggest a new 1TB NVMe drive. Not terribly expensive with room to grow. PCPartPicker Part List CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 5600X 3.7 GHz 6-Core Processor (Purch
  8. Drives use powers of one thousand when expressing size, e.g. 1GB = 1000^3. O/S use powers of 1024 (a power of 2), e.g. 1GB = 1024^3. So a 1TB drive is 1,000,000,000,000 bytes which is expressed by the o/s as ~931GB. This is the size showing in your screen grab. The drive is showing 538GB free. About 58% of the drive. Presumably the used portion of the drive contains your old data, the o/s, and anything else installed at the store. If you open the drive you should see your data.
  9. Please clarify, have you bought the NH-D15S, B550 Aorus Pro V2, and LPX 2x8GB DDR4-3600?
  10. Corsair lists max gpu length as 360mm. The H100i Platinum radiator is 27mm thick leaving ~330mm for the gpu, (the fans are 25mm thick, but I've presumed the case gpu spec allows for the stock fans). The TUF RTX 3080 is ~300mm long with power connectors on top. Should not have any issues with fit.
  11. To use a gpu, monitors must be connected to the ports on the card. Display ports on desktop motherboards only work if the cpu has an integrated gpu.
  12. 1000W is ridiculously over capacity. Nvidia recommends 750W for an RTX 3080, i9-10900K system. Even a 5950X will not need as much.
  13. From what appears to be leaking, Rocket Lake should outperform Vermeer. If you can wait another 3 months, it may be worth it. Of course by then we will all be talking about what's coming in the fall.
  14. Nvidia recommends 500W for systems with an RTX 2060, i7 cpu. You should be fine.