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donut32

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  1. The title pretty much says it all. Here are my current specs: ryzen 5 1400 (i plan to upgrade it next year), 16 GB of RAM, Asus prime A320M-E, gtx 1050. P.S. I already bought the mentioned psu. Thank you.
  2. But that is the MTBF, not fan's life Expectancy.
  3. So, am I screwed or not? Cause I see, that I have a bit of a problem with RMA. In their website about RMA, they say that I need to provide the name of the authorized Seasonic distributor or reseller, but when I select my country in their list (https://seasonic.com/locations), there are no shops provided. I am from Latvia btw.
  4. I have a bit of a problem with that. In their website about RMA, they say that I need to provide the name of the authorized Seasonic distributor or reseller, but when I select my country in their list (https://seasonic.com/locations), there are no shops provided. I am from Latvia btw.
  5. So, should i be worried about the fact that my Seasonic Core has a Sleeve bearing fan?
  6. So, should i be worried about the fact that my Seasonic Core has a Sleeve bearing fan?
  7. Does buying a higher wattage psu than needed, prolong the psu's fan life, as it does not pin up that much?
  8. A lot of people recommend using DDU (Display Driver Uninstaller): https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html
  9. Uninstall the nvidia drivers. Otherwise, I have heard that if you don't do it, you can break your windows installation.
  10. @jonnyGURU Sorry for the ping, but do you have any experience with Seasonic Core series?
  11. It worked! Thank you very much! I think I screwed up the boot options in bios. Thanks again!
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