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  1. So. Sad hours. Help. Im currently building my pc and when it came to turning it on it wouldn't post. The motherboard is saying the there is no ram. The DRAM light is on. Here are the specs.. PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price CPU AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 3.8 GHz 12-Core Processor Purchased For $419.99 CPU Cooler NZXT KRAKEN Z73 73.11 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler Purchased For $271.63 Thermal Compound
  2. Please help. My ram works on another pc but on my build with a Asus B550-f motherboard the light is on. I don't know what to do.... 

    1. minibois


      Make a thread here: https://linustechtips.com/main/forum/5-cpus-motherboards-and-memory/


      Be sure to provide the name of the exact RAM set you're using, the exact name of the motherboard, which slots of the motherboard you're using and the exact issue (which lights are on, etc.). That way the community can help you out.

    2. sydneyc


      lmao im aware. I was hoping linus could help me. 

    3. TVwazhere


      Linus rarely responds to theads he's tagged in, almost never people commenting on his own profile asking for troubleshooting advice. 

  3. Hello! I'm planning around building a PC rig with a Ryzen 3950x CPU and 2080ti GPU, I may be overclocking, I haven't decided yet. I'm cross between what type of cooling I should have. I've watched videos, but still don't know what I should do. This rig is already costing a lot but it is completely worth it, lmao. I know what coolers I'm thinking about getting. For water, NZXT Kraken Z63 with LCD display. $250 For air, DEEPCOOL GAMMAX GTE V2. $30-$40ish Yes I see the price difference! lmao. Both allow for basic overclocking, but of course the water (I think) can
  4. hello! I'm really curious on what hz monitor(s) I should get for my new build that I can hopefully build soon. I'm not worried on what brand I should get for a monitor but more on what hz I should get. I know 144hz is the the "ideal/normal" for gaming, or should I spend more money just to get myself to 240hz monitor(s)? I'm truly stumped on making a decision and thought I could use some help, thx you! :)