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KemThatOneWeeb

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  1. I swapped CPUs and I still wouldn't post so I have reached the conclusion that it was the motherboard. or at least I hope it is.
  2. I'll be going to work tomorrow and swapping those out to see which one came defective
  3. Yes I will do that and hope that's what's wrong
  4. So I ordered 2 identical systems and the first one is perfectly functional while the other one is complete chaos(arrived at different dates) Specs are: Gigabyte b550i aorus pro ax, R9 3900x, NU12-S, Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB 3200mhz, Crucial P1 1TB NVME, Zotac 2060/MSI 1060, Corsair SF 600 80+platinum Since the first PC build went relatively smooth I decided to not build the second on the mobo box and go straight to the case, everything was fine until I pressed the magical button and was received with no signal detected from my monitor. I have since, re-seated/swapped R
  5. @LogicalDrm thank you so much. I will keep that in mind and double check the fans for this second connector. (edit)Oh also, I only added that they were ARGB because I heard of the connectors being different between ARGB and RGB
  6. Basically I have a build in mind where my case(Cooler Master TD500 Mesh) comes with 3 ARGB intake fans in the front, but I am planning on buying 4 corsair ARGB fans for exhaust. So,I was wondering if there was a way for me to sync all of these fans since I dont want to end up with negative pressure in the case. I'd like to have the 3 intake fans running at max RPM underload while my 4 exhaust fans run at slower RPMs I dont care about RGB sync that much but it would be a plus to be able to sync Colors with RPMs on a single software. Any ideas on how to do this? My build for reference
  7. Thx guys, and sorry I didn't respond. I've been very busy @Plouffe @GoldenLag
  8. This PC will be for gaming and light CAD. My budget is around 2,300 USD without taxes(2,600 ish total), along with a 1440p 144hz+ monitor (IPS or higher end VA) and the ane pro 2 100USD mechanical keyboard. I can't decide if I want my first build to be a flex with fancy and cool RGB or if I want pure performance. Also I need $ for OS, 365, anti virus etc. I've made this 2 builds. Please make sure to scold me on what I did wrong: - Performance - Aesthetics: Thoughts?????????
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