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rnhbs

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About rnhbs

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System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2600
  • Motherboard
    ASUS TUF PLUS-GAMING B450M
  • RAM
    Crucial Ballistix Tactical 8GB (2x4GB kit)
  • GPU
    ASUS Dual 1060 6GB
  • Case
    Silverstone PS15
  • Storage
    128GB ssd, 1TB HDD
  • PSU
    Cooler Master Masterwatt 650
  • Display(s)
    24" Monitor 5ms
  • Keyboard
    GIGABYTE XK700 mechanical keyboard
  • Mouse
    Cougar Minos X3
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  1. Hey all, I won't be able to connect LAN cable anymore to my PC and only have one PCIE 2.0 x16 slot available on my motherboard. Will a PCIE express WiFi card work on this slot? I have used a powerline before and am not interested in purchasing another one so what are my other solutions?
  2. Right. My question now is that even though the LED on the motherboard lights up, it could still be a dead motherboard?
  3. I did and still the same issue.
  4. My motherboard is turned on tho and it's LED lights up. Does this still mean it could be a dead motherboard?
  5. According to AsRock's forum; 5 short: Process error. Bear in mind that the system in this situation was posted without a GPU and one 8GB RAM stick
  6. There aren't LED as such, but there is a buzzer alarm. When I tried @StyvyStiefel's suggestion, it beeped 5 times.
  7. I've tried your solutions. It still does not work.
  8. I have tried both. One instance on the GPU and another with the HDMI on the motherboard without GPU installed.
  9. Hey all, I had just built a new PC and upon finishing assembling it, I can't seem to be getting any display signal from the GPU nor the iGPU. I am using a HDMI 2 cable that i had also purchased brand new. I have checked every possible loose ends such as misplacement of RAM, loose cable pins, resetting CMOS battery, resitting the CPU, GPU and 24 pin cables but to no avail I still am not getting any display signal on my monitor. I've tried this HDMI cable with my laptop and it works so I am assuming it is a problem with one of the components inside the pc and not the cable. What could be ca
  10. hey all can someone tell me if i should get an ROG MAXIMUS motherboard for my pc that's solely for gaming ? and what are the difference/advantages (if any) compared to other z390 motherboards
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