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  1. Can I just outright remove the fan? I don't really do any intense gaming and don't really see why I would need it.
  2. Recently, my graphics card has been making a really strange rattling noise. I have a GTX 750 ti and it's only the left fan that is the issue. how do I stop this fan as the noise is getting really annoying. I've looked in my bios (Mobo is a MSI A320m-a pro max) and even tried MSI afterburner.
  3. Yup, got it in a little plastic bag. I do have a magnetic screwdriver. i won't need to remove mobo from the case will I?
  4. I want to buy an NVME SSD. How many parts will I need to remove to get it in there, and can I do it with the motherboard still in the case?
  5. I'm going to buy a USB extender for my PC, mainly for cable management purposes. If I buy a USB extension port, such as this, will it affect performance. Most of devices are not USB 3.0. Will switching to this reduce bandwidth or data rate at all?
  6. Gave that a shot, it still doesn't seem to be working
  7. I recently my first PC. I want to access my photo gallery from my phone by using I cloud drive on my PC. It won't let me download the iCloud app. It worked perfectly fine on y laptop so I am very confused. Thanks
  8. Damn, thats a reeally good suggestion. Do you reckon that'd work? I believe DVI is digital so would that wipe out any incompatibility issues?
  9. I managed to find this: https://cpc.farnell.com/pro-signal/psg3382/av-to-vga-hdmi-converter/dp/AV28993?mckv=s_dc|pcrid|224635168920|kword||match||plid||slid||product|AV28993|pgrid|46533246385|ptaid|pla-1212013936071|&CMP=KNC-GUK-CPC-SHOPPING&s_kwcid=AL!5616!3!224635168920!!!network}!1212013936071!&gclid=Cj0KCQjwkZiFBhD9ARIsAGxFX8CSkoCRUwcpVLobk8Et4JCzXYOJvV2ztAtWpzEBk3dP6TNBWH9m_ngaAvYmEALw_wcB would this do the trick? It seems to do what your describing
  10. I've looked into what you said, and think I know what you're saying. In order for the PS4 to recognise the signal, could i use a HDMI switch. From what I read these convert the signals so that the PS4 can recognise them. Do you think this would work?
  11. I think I figured out thee issue, it seems my VGA → HDMI cable isn't compatible with PS4. Do you know why this is the case, an can I get one that is?
  12. Forgive me if I'm wrong, but from what I'm understanding the issue isn't with the resolution rather the VGA port. Is this correct?
  13. Is there anything at all I can do? I can still access monitor display settings etc
  14. Yes, I am using a HDMI → VGA adapter. Is this a problem