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Vanjakaa

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  1. Ah yes, I realise that it moves heat around faster, but English isn't my first language so explaining exactly what I want is a struggle :P. And yes, it gets very cold here so rooms are hot and having a very hot pc as well doesn't go along well. We just live out in the snow under the trees. Got my desktop near an anthill, fun having friends.
  2. And another note is, I plan on getting new fans as well, but thats no rush, those are easy to figure out
  3. I'm also adding a picture of my previous pc below, sorry for all the texts, its from my order
  4. Budget (including currency): Don't really have one, but its in NOK and I guess max would be 10000NOK Country: Norway Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: All types of video games Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): So I've added a picture of something i put together on pcpartpicker and I was wondering if this was good? The CPU, storage and memory is the only thing I haven't changed because I don
  5. Yeah I know its just that the 2070 or anything else over the 2060 is pretty expensive so I didn't really have a choice bc of my budget, but thank you I'll look into it and see. Might just sell my two 2060's and buy a 30 series or something
  6. So i've got 2 graphics cards. One is the RTX 2060 tuf gaming oc 6gb and the other is tge RTX 2060 dual oc evo 6gb. Almost the same. Thing is I only have a 550w power supply and im noticing my screen is turning black sometimes. How much watt would be necessary to run these two graphic cards without the chance of frying the psu? I'm pretty sure i'm pushing it to its limits, but I know too little about this to be sure. Thank you for help :)
  7. Ah ok. That makes sense. Thank you I decided to order a new cable that was for the seasonic psu so here's to hoping that works
  8. Yeah it said CPU so I connected it again. What's the other 4 pin for? Tried taking it out and it also says CPU
  9. So I've just been poking around and I found a 4 pin that was just folded down because the other part was used and I'm just wondering about something. I'm gonna add a picture but is it necessary to have cables in these ones and what are they for?
  10. It's hard to get a picture, but it's the seasonic focus gx 550 650w psu. I didn't get any boxes. I ordered the pc and put together the parts inside myself, but it was just the computer that arrived. And yeah I understand that you shouldn't insert cables that aren't compatible, that's why I wanted to see if I could get any answers from people with more knowledge than me
  11. I'm gonna be honest and say that I didn't understand a lot of this. Am still a beginner when it comes to computer components. Can I still use the cable? It has 8 pins and it was hard enough to find a pci e cabel that was male 8 pins on both sides. I know it fits on both the graphic card and on the psu it's just the clip that's too wide. Thank you for the help
  12. The thing is. It's prebuilt so I don't have the cables. And this computer is brand new
  13. So I ordered a new graphics card but it didn't include the cabel so I had to order one online. It came today and it fits in tha graphics card, but the thingy on top that clicks in is too wide for me to insert it. The completely black cable is from my previous graphics card that's still plugged in and the black and yellow is the newest one. You can clearly see that it's wider on the yellow one. What do I do? Can I take it off?
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