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  1. So I looked at the manual to see which ports would be disabled in an AHCI config and those ports were not the ones I'm using for the hard drives. Therefore, it should be fine for them to be connected there. Update too, the problem has evolved to when I'm playing a game, at a random point the PC freezes (sometimes showing a BSOD for les than 2 seconds without loading) and then turning off after a while (not restarting so maybe it's not BSOD at times?). I don't know what the problem could be other than a faulty SSD but if it weren't that, what would it be?
  2. Hey everyone, I was just wondering something about my current system. I've been having some problems with my PC as of late but given this is not the troubleshooting section I won't delve into that. I was just wondering if 600 watts was enough for this system: PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price CPU Intel Core i7-6700 3.4 GHz Quad-Core Processor $429.98 @ Amazon Motherboard Gigabyte GA-Z170XP-SLI ATX LGA1151 Motherboard
  3. Budget (including currency): 20,000 - 24,000 MX Pesos (about 1000-1200 US Dollars) Country: Mexico Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Blender, Maya, Monster Hunter World, Warzone, Adobe Cloud (Premiere, Photoshop, etc.), Vegas Pro 17, etc., Streaming, Drawing, Sculpting 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): I want to be able to make 3D renders quickly by getting a 30 series card and for the computer to be
  4. Yeah, I tried flashing the bios once and it didn't do much, I also researched a little bit (more like put my pc parts on pcpartpicker) and it says "The motherboard M.2 slot #1 shares bandwidth with SATA 6.0 Gb/s ports. When the M.2 slot is populated, two SATA 6.0 Gb/s ports are disabled." But does that mean I need to plug in my HDDs into other SATA ports even if they work? Edit: I just cleared the CMOS and flashed the mobo to the newest version but to no avail. The game still froze.
  5. I made another more extended post about this but long story short: I bought a WD 500gb NVME SSD about two months ago, upgrading from having the OS in a HDD. Previously I used that OS HDD for files too and also have a separate HDD for games, both 1TB. After installing the OS in the SSD I started getting BSODs that stated DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION and never compiled data, staying at 0% all the time (therefore no dump files). I looked it up and normally it's a drivers issue so I tried "updating" them with Driver Easy only to realize it did nothing. I have fresh installed Windows 10 three times at th
  6. I was being as detailed as possible HAHAH, but i just tried uninstalling and reinstalling MHW, hopped in the same mission, and it crashed again so the installations aren't the problem.
  7. Alright so the title needs a bit of elaboration. About 2 months ago I decided to upgrade my rig with a 500GB WD Black NVME SSD for the OS for those fast boot times. Before installing it my PC already had two 1TB HDDs, one WD Blue and the other a Seagate Barracuda. The Seagate one was purely for Steam Library and games, while the WD Blue was for files and the OS. After installing the SSD I backed up all the important and relevant data from the OS HDD, such as schoolwork, savegames stored in appdata, and wrote down my program list. Did a clean install of windows on the SSD, installed drivers, no