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ImAlsoRan

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    i need to get out more
  • Occupation
    Video Editor

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    Ryzen 7 3700x
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    ROG STRIX B450-F Gaming
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengence RGB PRO 2x16GB 3200MHz
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1060 6GB SC
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    NZXT H510
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    SAMSUNG SSD SM841 2.5" 7mm 128GB, Segate ST1000DX001-1NS162 1TB SSHD
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    Rosewill ARC-M 650
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    Acer R240HY 23" 1080p Monitor, AOC 2267W 22" Monitor
  • Cooling
    Wraith Prism RGB
  • Keyboard
    Razer Cyanosa Chroma
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    Logitech G502 HERO
  • Sound
    Behringer U-PHORIA UMC202HD, Mackie CR4BT Audio Monitors, Neewer NW-700 Microphone
  • Operating System
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Here's one that's verified to work on a PCIe x1 2.0 port.
  2. For the future, you can try going to a local computer store or repair business and ask for a "loaner" CPU that they'll let you use in the store to update your BIOS. Done that for years now and it's always worked.
  3. From what I've seen on egpu.io, the EXP-GDC works pretty well on that laptop.
  4. You won't get any display output without integrated graphics. The hardware simply isn't there. If you couldn't afford a GPU, you probably shouldn't have splurged on an expensive CPU, Motherboard, Case, or RAM sticks. I can guarantee that a GPU is more important than an all-RGB setup. Nonetheless, it is quite weird that your RAM isn't working. Ryzen usually works better when the RAM sticks are in "2" and "4" (where slot "1" is closest to the CPU). Have you tried a CMOS reset?
  5. Xbox-formatted disks can't be read in Windows, since they use a different file system. You should be able to initialize it in Disk Management, but it looks like something went wrong in the process. Looking up your error, I found this TechNet thread and, from what I can tell, the CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check) verifies the data is good to be transferred. You'll have to right click on the disk itself (the left hand column, not the volume column) and click "initialize disk" with MBR for now. Then you should be able to create a simple volume and CHKDSK it. From there you can do what you want with t
  6. What ports are they in? Are they spaced out or close together? Are you using ports #1 and #3 or #2 and #4? Did he just change frequency or use an XMP profile (forgot what they were called on Ryzen)?
  7. Did you do an NVIDIA Clean install or a DDU, and what is the GPU and Audio Device?
  8. See if it works in a Linux Live CD (like Ubuntu), to see if it will at least be able to display software-driven graphics.
  9. I assume you've already tried, but have you checked all of the GPU's outputs to see if it's a fried connection/maybe connect it to a TV or something?
  10. Could be. Will just have to wait for a reply from OP.
  11. Did you DDU in Safe Mode while using integrated graphics? If not, try that and then you can see if Windows boots into it's basic display adapter on your GPU and from there you can do a clean install of the drivers.
  12. This should be it, same voltage and amperage.
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