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    Probably in a Canada computer store
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Computers, cars and buildings stuff
  • Biography
    A short nerd
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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2600 @ 3.4ghz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte b450m gaming x
  • RAM
    crucial balistix 16gb @ 3200mhz
  • GPU
    Rx 570 4gb OC at 1300 MHz
  • Case
    Corsair carbide spec-04
  • Storage
    Kingston 120GB ssd and WD green 1TB hdd
  • PSU
    500w BR 80+bronze
  • Display(s)
    1080p 75hz (overclocked) monitor
  • Cooling
    Stock wraith spire air
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 pro x64
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  1. Ok, this makes it so i dont have to buy anything else. Thank you
  2. Not sure if this is true but by the looks of it it seems that the drive would be in contact with the gpu's cooler which is plastic.
  3. The slot is under my gpu so is it fine if they are touching?
  4. Bought my motherboard used (Gigabyte b450 gaming x) and it does in fact have a m.2 slot. Buying used isnt always a great thing but I got this for a really good deal. Had to zip tie my cpu cooler and did not get an i/o shield either. Now wanting to add a M.2 SSD to my system only to remember I did not recive the standoff or screw to mount the drive. Not sure if its that important but what is a good alternative SSD mounting.
  5. nothing would happen to my PC right? since I just heard this info now im kind of scared but if I do upgrade down the line (case etc.) I should change it or leave it for now.
  6. coming into this thread im very confused at the events that have happened.
  7. Wow I really didn’t know this psu was not made for this kind of system. I always thought this one was not good enough but I didn’t do enough research on which one to buy stuff like that.
  8. I put evga BR 500w for no reason cause I got confused with this all. But I guess I have a medium specked system? But I have high regrets on buying this now.
  9. At the time I thought this was a good inexpensive psu. It has been running fine but I guess I should change it?
  10. https://www.amazon.ca/EVGA-100-W1-0500-KR-WHITE-Warranty-Supply/dp/B00H33SFJU/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=EVGA+100-W1-0500-KR+500+W1%2C+80%2B+White+500W&qid=1617071331&sr=8-1 amazon link
  11. I would take what @aDoomGuysaid but if you really want to get into the bios instead of fixing the windows USB try clearing cmos which usually works or what most people and what I do is unplug all of your drives.
  12. It’s been about a year since I built my pc and at the time I picked a evga 500w 80+ white rated power supply. At this time I’m starting to regret the choice of getting those low rated psu. Nothing has gone wrong but will something?. I really have this feeling when it comes to pc parts since they are expensive. I will probably change the psu when I change my case but as for now I just need some advice on if this is good or not even if nothing has gone wrong.
  13. this drive came from an old laptop and is about 10+ years old. I might just run it as long as it can go then replace it with an ssd when completely. will use that app for calculating the time tho as im curious.
  14. looking at crystal diskinfo and im getting a caution with reallocated sectors count. not sure what it means but im guessing its bad? current is at 100 and worst is at 100 and threshold is at 5 does this mean my hard drive can be failing? if so how long until it does?