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UNIVERSAL.IT

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    Newbie

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  • CPU
    i-9 9900k
  • RAM
    64GB
  • GPU
    2080
  • Storage
    2TB M.2 NVME
  • Display(s)
    4k OLED
  • Operating System
    LINUX

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  1. If you have someone that can let you use their computer and a USB stick. Go to https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10 and create a windows installation media to have windows 10 installed. pop it in before starting your computer then go to your boot options and choose USB or windows media . Make sure you press F11 or whatever key the specific Manufacturer has assigned .
  2. First thing you should check the voltage coming from the PSU unit to see if it's sending the correct current. Have you added each component wattage usage against The PSU you have. I recommend to use up to 80% capacity. I would recommend that you try each RAM stick Individually one at time, then try reseating the GPU and replacing if possible to see if that is the issue After that I recommend to test out each part individually like the psu. Last resort would to test out the mother board. Try this site https://outervision.com/po
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